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Amaru is more a hotel than a hostel. Located right in the center in the street next to the cathedral it is a clean hostel with warm water and a good fresh breakfast. The people working there are friendly and helpful. We got one of...More
My sisters and I stayed here before and after our trek on the Inca Trail. The staff was friendly, gracious and helpful. They picked us up at the airport, had coca tea to help acclimate to the elevation, had comfortable rooms and held our luggage...More
The best hostel I have been in during my 3 weeks in Peru!
Friendly and helpful staff, excellent breakfast - unusual for Peru.
Clean rooms, be it with private bathroom or not.
Just a 5 min walk away from the main square.
Laundry service is...More
Due to scheduling problems, my husband and I ended up staying at three different hotels in Cusco, all in the San Blas neighborhood, and all in the same price range $55-60 per night. Of the three, the rooms in Amaru were definitely our favorite. Monastery-style...More
We stayed here for 3 nights total (1 before Machu Picchu and 2 after), and were lucky to get the penthouse room for all 3 (I think room #24?). We were considering other hotels closer to the main square for about $100 a night but...More
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Yes taxis stop at the front door although the lane is very narrow.The problem you may have is that although the hotel is pretty central it is half way up a fairly steep lane.The altitude is such is such that even fairly fit... More
Yes taxis stop at the front door although the lane is very narrow.The problem you may have is that although the hotel is pretty central it is half way up a fairly steep lane.The altitude is such is such that even fairly fit people tend to puff quite a bit when walking back to the hotel although it's only steep for less than a hundred yards. When down the hill it's about 10 minutes,or less, walk on the flat to the central square