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El Andariego
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All reviewsbreadeggshot watermachu picchuantique furnitureold mansionlaundry serviceyogurtstayed for two nightsenjoyed our staythe san pedro marketnice breakfasttea and coffeeper nighta wonderful staybeds were comfortablethe main square
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Reviewed August 16, 2009

We stayed one night after arriving from Machu Picchu. We loved it. The room had a working fire place and candles..made our room very romantic. The room was spacious, clean and the bed was comfortable. We also had cable tv. The staff was helpful. They even allowed my friend to check out at noon...because check out is at 10am. There was free wifi internet and 2 computers for guest use upstairs.
Breakfast was great, not the regular bread with coffee. In the evening, they provided cake and tea. We enjoyed our stay and wished we could've stayed longer. Worth the money and would recommend it to anyone.

  • Stayed: August 2009, traveled as a couple
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Thank JoEden
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Reviewed August 12, 2009

I went with my family this May (09). It was a terrible experience..this was the total spoilsport part of our entire trip to Peru..unfortunately at the last leg of the journey..
To begin with..
- they didn't have specific the room we had reserved with advance payments
- finally gave us a substitute room after a lot of mouthing
remember we were ready to move out to a different hotel only if they would pay us back our advance payment!
- the room had broken beds / broken lamps/ broken curtains & rods / the wash basin went on leaking from the base from the very first day/ broken hangers in teh bathroom..we had to hang our wet towels in the bedroom instead!! requested multiple times to replace the broken piece..always said yes..but never happened..
- breakfast was terrible with hardly any choice..looks like were everyday on ration..

only good aspect was the location of the hotel..but then there are a bunch of hotels in that area..

Will never recommend..shame on these guys who put these wonderful pictures on the website to swindle tourists!!

  • Stayed: May 2009, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 25, 2009

We had a family room that would easily sleep 4 or 5, two rooms. Hotel was very clean, incredible price $70 US per night, breakfast and airport pick up. Plenty of hot water, free internet computer, fireplace in lobby. See Frommer’s review for other information. Gloria was great! VERY QUITE. It is in the center of Cusco, walking distance to everything, but set back from the loud and busy streets. One of the best values. My 13 and 15 year olds loved the place.

  • Stayed: June 2009, traveled with family
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Thank TokyTravel
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Reviewed May 12, 2009

I went to Cusco with boyfriend and friends. We found the hotel site and called to have some addicional information. I was a little frightened at the entrance, because the building is very old, but walking few steps in, I found the most charming hotel in Cusco. Yellow house with small plates decorating the walls. So cute! The staff welcomed us with a nice cup of coca tea, quite good for the altitude adaptation. The room was clean and big, nice bed and mattress. We had a electric heater in our bedroom, and I suggest that you peak the heater instead of the fireplace (it's easier to get it working!!).
The staff was always very helpfull, offering tea, simple but good breakfast (milk, coffee, bread, butter and fresh fruit juices). We left our lugagge there when we got to aguas calientes/machu picchu.
We had a little problem with the hot water.... for 2 nights, the water was hot in the beggining of the bath, but got cold. But I guess it was a problem that is not that common at the El Aldariego.
The location is great, about 3 blocks from Plaza de Armas and very close to restaurants, banks/ATMs.

  • Stayed: April 2009, traveled as a couple
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Thank Renatamsg
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Reviewed April 18, 2009

For just $35 a night, my husband and I felt completely cared for in this cozy B & B (and by cozy I don´t mean cramped!). The beds are comfortable with soft down comforters, the hot water works, the staff was always courteous and helpful. We moved to this B & B from another hotel that was far from the center of town, and we were much happier here. El Andariego isn´t in the midst of most touristed neighborhood (San Blas) - which perhaps is a good thing! - but it´s just about three blocks to the main square and tons of restaurants, stores, etc. We never had to take taxis home at night and always felt safe.

The one downside is that the breakfast wasn´t that great. They did cook us scrambled eggs, but the rest was pretty uninteresting. Given that the place was so cheap to begin with, we felt perfectly happy heading out to some nicer places we´d found for breakfast.

Stayed: April 2009, traveled as a couple
Thank bergmac
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