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Within 2 blocks of the main plaza, the Maytaq Wasin was the perfect choice for our short stay in Cusco. Our room was a bit larger than other hotels we stayed at on this trip. The on site restaurant offered a wonderful breakfast with cooked...More
We stayed here before and after our Inka Trail trek (Same room). Hotel is clean, sophisticated, Great Location! The beds were comfortable, with high-quality linens.
Breakfast was good and staff friendly and helpful. In fact, the Morning we left for our trek, our driver was...More
We spent several nights here and have no complaints. The room were comfortable and clean (the carpets are older), the staff was very helpful, there was fresh filtered water and coca tea available all the time. And it is literally steps from the Plaza de...More
Just around the corner from the Main Square and all the sights, the location was great. However the shutters come down at 10pm and the facade of the hotel gets covered. This caused us a lot of inconvenience as we could not find an entrance...More
We stayed in 3 different rooms pre and post tour and the rooms range in size, ventilation and quietness.The positive- Great location being a short walk from main square. The decor is pleasant, beds comfortable, good free wifi and water hot. Breakfast included freshly cooked...More
Hello, you don't need any converters at our hotel, but do bring one that covers the ground end and has flat outputs in case you are travelling around the country. Chile and Argentina do require special adapters. Hope this... More
Hello, you don't need any converters at our hotel, but do bring one that covers the ground end and has flat outputs in case you are travelling around the country. Chile and Argentina do require special adapters. Hope this helps!