This was my second housing in Cuzco, the first being a quiet hotel (Royal Inka II). Milhouse in comparison was bustling with activity and events. The staff are knowledgeable and there's free Wifi and computers. Lot's of great backpackers and established travelers in the courtyards. It has a nice nightlife (large bar upstairs), so if you're traveling alone or with friends you'll easily make more friends.
The rooms are very small, so be prepared. Plus you can hear EVERYTHING from your room, so if you're planning to get a single room and hide, you'll be bothered by the outside noise. My room had a horrible mildew smell, but I got used to it after a while.
Overall I recommend this hostel if you plan to save money, meet fellow travelers and get to know the beautiful city of Cuzco with friends.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Great location, newly renovated en-suite rooms, great bar, free internet and wi-fi, free breakfast, super friendly staff, pool table, ping pong, fuss-ball, TV Room, roof top with a great view of the City, amazing tours to make the most out of your stay in Cusco!! ... more less
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