Stayed here for 2 nights after leaving Machu Picchu. The Dutch owner created a program to help orphaned children in Cusco, and a portion of the proceeds goes to fund this community-minded effort,
The setting is in an old house with a large, stone courtyard-- perfect for reading or having coffee, weather permitting. We wanted a room with private bath, only a few available. The rooms aren't spacious, but beds are comfortable, and there's plenty of hot water in the shower.
The best part about Hotel Niños is the cozy, candle-lit restaurant/bar/lounge area with a roaring fireplace and bouquets of fresh flowers. The food is simple, mostly vegetarian and delicious. It feels like dinner at a friend's house, with emphasis on healthy ingredients. The curried lentil soup was perfect on a cold night, and the home made bread is very good. After a couple of weeks on the road, we just wanted an comfortable spot to hang out and relax, and this was it!More
- Breakfast included
- Free Internet
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