Check in was nice and easy here. However, they do take a photocopy of your passport. I was given a really tiny room with no A/C, hair drier and a dead TV. I easily heard the bass/music in my room coming from the restaurant/bar next door. This was room 309.
I went downstairs to express my concerns and was immediately upgraded to a room with 2 double beds, a fridge and a working TV! This room did face the main road though. Rooms 307-310 are on the back side of the hotel, though next to the restaurant. Rooms 401-404 (on any level, so the same goes for 201-204) face the busy street. Traffic does die down come night time which is good, though you still get to hear the odd horn going off all times of day or night.
Breakfast is basic. I had fruit, a runny yogurt and cereal every day here. Coffee is not fresh and you have to make your own with the provided Nescafe; not nice!
On my last day here, my flight from Cusco to Lima was not until 4.45pm. I asked for a late checkout and was given it, though for a fee of $40USD. I believe I stayed in the hotel until 3pm that afternoon.
I found the staff overall helpful and friendly.
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- Located in the historical center of Cusco, five minutes from the Main Square and very close to the best restaurants and shops of the city, Hotel Warari offers modern and cozy rooms, buffet breakfast, free wifi, and a great variety of services designed to provide you a warm stay during your holiday trip or your business trip. ... more less
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