The good: The staff was excellent and very helpful. Breakfast was typical for the hostel type places in Peru. The lobby area was very comfortable and a nice place to relax between outings. Our shower was good with plenty of hot water, but others in our group had problems with the showers and TVs. Wifi was good most of the time, but did go down and have to be reset frequently. Hot tea was available all the time; if it wasn't made, they would make it on request.
The bad: On a map this looked very close to the center of town. While it is only 3-5 blocks, it is at the top of a hill, so be prepared to climb a rather steep hill on your return. The rooms tended to be cold. We were given space heaters and that helped some.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Cusi Wasi! Our rooms have heating, a modern private bathroom, cable-TV, free Wi-Fi and warm water 24 hours a day. Our kitchen is at your disposal, as well as an Internet PC. We offer laundry services and free coffee and (coca leaf) tea. Prices include breakfast, transport from the airport or bus or train station and taxes. We offer first-quality excursions to Machu Picchu and also the Inka Trail. ... more less
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