We stayed here overnight on our way to Machu Pichu. The hotel was booked by our tour operator. I would choose it myself if I were to return. The rooms are small but adequate. However the views from this place are amazing. The choice at the breakfast was better than any other hotels booked by our tour operator.
Truly awful. Where do I begin. There’s a ventilation shaft that connects to the restaurant so lots of noise, room was v dirty, no window view just to a internal pipe, v thin walls (I could hear a man snoring 2 rooms away),only redeeming factor the breakfast room lots of light and breakfast ok.
The hotel is a hole in the wall, as is most places in Aqua Calientes, but I was amazed. The room was very big, spacious, and beautiful, with a great bathroom. The resturaunt had really good food. The staff was courteous and helpful. After we finished our trek up Machu Picchu they allowed us to shower at their place still. Just very courteous and a fine experience
As sooo many others, we stayed one night in Agua Calientes and looked for a ok hotel with breakfast. We would definitely come back, very helpful staff and very good breakfast menu to fill up before heading to Machu Picchu. Yes it was noisy but most of the town is, yes we didn’t have towels at the start but got them an hour later, yes the rooms are basic - but absolutely fine for one night and also nice 6th floor for Happy Hour.
Room 402 Beside lifts so noisey, entry like broom closet, awake most of night lucky it was just one night, no insect screens, no a/c, bathroom vented onto hallway, home made shower screen, view of construction site, room smelled of cat piss managed to clean walls and corner with wet bath towel to stop the stink, if wasn’t so late and up early next day would have walked out as it was part of a package couldn’t Change. Maybe other rooms are better I sure hope so this one should not open to public. One star for breakfast included. Wifi included
Helpful, friendly, and gracious staff at a motel. From the front desk to the restaurant-everyone here was wonderful. Our room was clean and comfortable. Daily maid service was very good. Nice touches such as daily towel "sculptures" left on the bed each day. We particularly enjoyed the staff for breakfast. But the room we were given was cramped, with barely enough place to move around the bed, is good for 01 night stay.
The smallest room we have stayed in since we arrived in Peru. Table light doesn’t work. There were no towels. There were no mugs for tooth washing. 3rd floor immediately next to elevator, so pretty noisy. No soundproofing, so was able to hear everything from neighbouring room. The view was dreadful.......a building site! Thank Heavens we are only here for one night. VERY BUDGET. The lady up in the restaurant was the only positive thing, she was lovely.
The hotel was decent. We were booked here through a tour company. Check in at the hotel was simple and they were very accommodating when they had mistakenly given my husband and I two double beds instead of a king size bed, immediately fixing the mistake. The rooms were extremely basic but clean. The layout made it so we could hear everything in the hallway and from other people's bathrooms - bring ear plugs. The breakfast in the morning was also decent - good amounts of food but nothing to write home about. Service was very friendly.
This hotel seems to have no sound proofing - very noisy. It is VERY basic but the breakfast was really good in a very pretty 6th floor room. The staff was nice, they held our luggage for free while we wandered the town waiting for our train. Location is good - next to a street full of restaurants and 5 minutes walk from train and bus stations.
Thank god we only stayed here for one night. The room (206) is super tiny and had a view on a construction side/houses. The orange cloth barely covered the window. Above the door is a big window so the bright light from the corridor shines right in. If you combine the above with the horrible smell you must conclude that it is not what you need for a good rest before going to Machu Picchu.