Disappointed after reading reviews of El Mapi. I was in room 526, in the last block which faces the other way from the other blocks, this means view of walls and roof rather than gardens. The room itself was pleasant enough and a long hot shower very welcome after Machu Picchu. A bathrobe was provided but only one towel. The position of the wc is inconvenient, (sorry), too close to the wall for people with long and achy legs, a hand rail would be useful. The staff were friendly but very busy at reception. The free Pisco sour was very welcome but took ages to arrive. The main problem for me wasn't discovered until I was in it - the bedding was definitely damp. I ended up wrapped in a blanket and discarding the duvet, which was very thick and hot. The food was good and luggage transfer efficient.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the heart of the bustling village of Machu Picchu Pueblo (Aguas Calientes), it satisfies the needs of many travelers in search of an easy going stay, a relaxed atmosphere, in a modern place, with a good and warm attention, comfortable facilities and healthy food. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Machu Picchu Inn