The hotel is a converted monastery built round cloistered courtyards. This works well for the dining room, breakfast room, bar and chapel. Worth a stay just for the public spaces and service. The enclosed layout leads to problems with the bedroom size and positioning of windows. Our first room was very cramped but we had a better one on our return from Machhu Picchu - it pays to ask.
The breakfast served in the main courtyard is excellent and a guitar player under the Andean Pine tree adds a very special atmosphere.
Dinner in the dining room with Opera singing on selected nights is also not to be missed.More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included