I found this place a very comfortable and convenient base for exploring Cusco, Ausangate (away for 4 days) and Machu Pichu (away for 1 night). The reason I stayed in three different rooms was because the friends I was on holiday with arrived and left at different times. I stayed in a family room (double and two singles), a twin room and a single, all very high ceilinged, all with en suite hot showers, all on the first floor (US - second floor) , all at the front of the building and each with large wooded shuttered windows which gave a view across the roof tops. When I went away to the places mentioned above I obviously didn't want to pay for a room i wasn't sleeping in so made use of the large free storage room.
The breakfast is very simple but gets you started and there is plenty of cocoa tea with it. The wifi didn't extent to any of the rooms I stayed in so i used it at the large wooden table in the atrium, which was a nice space to sit and chat with other guests in the morning.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hostal Suecia I is a cosy and familiar bed & breakfast in a carefully conditioned 16th century house built in the early Spanish presence in Cusco. We are located just off the Main Square, at the very heart of Cusco. Our excellent location is coupled with a very quiet and calm atmosphere, and a familiar and affordable quality service, which has deserved recommendations from books for travellers as well as prizes from Peruvian authorities. ... more less
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