Me and my husband stayed there for two nights. The price was ok as for Cusco but the hostel by itself is rather odd. The guy working there, Robert, was nice, taking us from the bus station and then telling us what we can see in Cusco. But at the end there was no one in the hotel to pay the bill to and we had to call Robert to pay him. The rooms are basic but there is hot water there. You also get the simple breakfast.
And the unpleasant thing was that we got the e-mail from booking.com where we booked the hostel that we weren't there so we have to pay the fee for booking. We send an e-mail to Robert and he said us it happened by accident beacause his manager messed something on booking website. Finally everything got correct but we still think they just wanted to deceive us...
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hostel4Trippers welcomes you to the Great city of Cuzco.We have nice, clean and cheap accommodations for you near to the center of the city with a lot of fun in a young and traditional environment.We offer different activities depending on the season, and guides to take you across the city. Here you can visit the City Center, the Cathedral in the main Square, Sacsayhuman and Qorikancha and many more places around the city.We are located in the old district of Santiago, one of the most ancient and traditional districts in the city. Near to us you’ll find everything you need for your trip like restaurants, bars, drugstores, shops, traditional markets and much more. Also during the weekends you can visit “El baratillo”, the biggest flea market in Cuzco, where you can buy whatever you need to continue with your adventures. ... more less