Our family of 4 (my husband, my 13 y.o. daughter, my 11 y.o. son, and I) stayed at the Hostal Quipu for a total of 5 nights before and after trekking to Machu Picchu. We chose it based on Tripadvisor recommendations and found them to be quite accurate. The owner, Lida, was extremely kind: when my daughter and I spent a day sick in bed, she asked my husband if we were alright, checked in on us to be sure, brought us bland foods she thought might be helpful, and offered to call a doctor. One of the office clerks woke at 4:30 one morning to let us out of the locked courtyard for our trek. This is not a fancy hotel, and it has no luxuries, but it has everything necessary to be comfortable. We paid $40/night for our family and received hot showers, continental breakfasts, warm blankets, clean accommodations, a pretty and secure courtyard, and a sense of safety away from the hustle and bustle of the city center. I'd return in a heartbeat.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Hostel Quipu, a beautiful colonial house, whose balconies and carved doors and the charm of her yard invite you to a different space. What we hope to assist in rooms in single, double, triple and Additional bed. Rooms with private bath, it with a decor and family atmosphere. ... more less
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