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Reviewed June 10, 2012 via mobile

I would first like to say, the guy who was running the place, I didn't catch his name, was fantastic, spoke English very well and was a pleasure to deal with.

That being said- the place reminded us of the place in Bankok that they woke up in in the Hangover 2. It had spider webs in the windows, the shower was cold, the shower drain didn't work, the included breakfast was a roll. The rug in the room was stained in multiple places, you could hear every word spoken on the streets and we were up all night.

I had such an amazing experience with SAS, we went on the 4 day 4 night Inca trail and spent the 4th night here... For an extra $36 a person I wish I would have spent a bit more and booked the 4th night in a nice hotel. Especially since after spending 3 nights in a tent we needed a nice shower & clean bed. Disappointed in this place for sure.

  • Stayed: June 2012
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4  Thank MrsGnBD
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Reviewed May 6, 2012

We stayed there since SAS travel put us there the night before Machu Piccu. SAS Travel is the most expensive Inca Trail agency in Cuzco, If you are the most expensive one, you should be the best. Yo don't put people in this [--] hole...

Thin walls
No windows
Water barely running
Dirty floor
Crappy food
Dirty plates

No pros what so ever...

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank varoojan13
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Reviewed April 8, 2012

We stayed a night here at then end of our Inca trail hike. The rooms had no outside windows and the curtain for the window which looked into the hall didn't close all the way, so when the group left for their excursion at 5.30 we had light shining in our room.
They didn't have any extra pillows.
The bathroom needed updating.
The breakfast was mediocre but the lunch and dinners were fine. Water and soft drinks were very expensive.
The headboard for the single bed had a thick layer of dust on it.
I'm sure you could find better places to stay other than here.

  • Stayed: April 2012
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3  Thank EnglishTwot
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Reviewed January 17, 2012

Loud, windows open to the hallway and walls/doors are paper thin. If you stay there make sure to close the window in your bathroom to reduce noise.

  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled as a couple
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4  Thank jpsdtraveler
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Reviewed December 7, 2011

We stayed at Hostel Viajeros for 1 night before going to Machu Picchu as part of our SAS Travel Peru package. My husband and I considered upgrading to better accomodation, as was possible with the package we had, but decided that we could rough it for 1 night and save ourselves a few pesos!

At the end of the day this is a hostel, so don't expect anymore than that. The hostel as a whole is not particularly clean and is quite dusty. The bed was not too uncomfortable, but the shower didn't look too clean to me so I forgoed a morning shower choosing to rather wait till our next destination! The room had doors going into the passage which were made of a very dated-looking frosted glass, which unfortunately let a lot of light in during the night which was not ideal for sleep.

The breakfast was basic but adequate - toast, pancakes and drinking yoghurt.

It was a good location though and very close to the bus stop which was good when we needed to catch a bus up to Machu in the morning.

I would definitely not recommend this place, but if you have to stay here you'll probably manage to get through the night, but don't extend your stay past one night!

Room Tip: Stay somewhere else!
  • Stayed: January 2011, traveled as a couple
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6  Thank LilaSA
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