This little family owned hotel is a real gem in the bustling city of Cuzco. The staff are extremely nice and smiley all the time, even though they don't speak English which could be a problem for some people, but not for us;)
The building is very original and made out of clay and wood. In a feng shui tradition all rooms are organised in a particular manner and style. The breakfast in the morning is simple but satisfactory with a freshly squeezed orange juice and toast with eggs any style.
The only problem we had was the hot water. There was some but it seems there is a problem with regulating the stream and while taking a shower suddenly from very hot the water will turn to extremely cold, which generally is not the most pleasant thing. That of course wouldn't stop me of coming back to this beautiful "homey" place.
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