It's a hostel, so you should expect a hostel: shared bathrooms, busy common areas, late-night guests, etc.
As a hostel, however, I found it to be clean and organized: common bathrooms were cleaned twice per day, sheets were clean, hallways neat.
The staff were great: let us make sandwiches in the kitchen and even shower and watch movies after we had checked out and were waiting for our train. We washed our wet and dirty clothes for 8 soles ($3)/kilo.
Some guests and staff stay up watching loud movies in the common areas late into the night. If you're part of that group, it's great, but if you're exhausted or sick and want to sleep, you'll need good ear plugs.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- SUPERTRAMP Machu Picchu is located on the very urban heart of Machupicchu town (Aguas Calientes). Our goal is to make you feel at home, whether it's one night or one week, for you to feel comfortable and at joy during your stay is what we aim for. We have dorms, private rooms, a rooftop bar and our restaurant Palate next door. Our family-like staff is willing to help you with anything you may need during your stay (directions, advice, recommendations, etc). SUPERTRAMP Hostel isn't just a place to stay, it is a small home away from home, a place to relax, have fun and rest while enjoying your visit to Machu Picchu. ... more less
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