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Stayed for two nights on a room with river & mountain view which was nice. The room was big and with comfortable bed. Coffee and tea available 24/7 at the lobby.
The breakfast was very good, can be served whenever you like since 4:45am which...More
Our tour group stayed at this hostel for 3 days. I stayed on the 2 floor, my room was clean, bed was comfortable, and quiet atmosphere. The hostel is located at the top of Aguas Calientes, there is a slight hike up to the place...More
We are a family of travelers with a 4 year old boy.
We traveled more than 6 months in Peru. And this is one of the most memorable hostels. The staff were very kind and helpful.
The interior design is all made of wood. The...More
We stayed here two nights, before & after MP. We were kindly met at the station & walked up to the Hostal. The room is basic as is the breakfast, but it was fine & clean. We had a room with a balcony. Their English...More
The hotel is very simple and basic but you get what you pay for. The city is poor and the facilities are simple. For our group it was a great hotel. Carina, the front desk girl, was very polite and helpful. She got us at...More
US$ 42 - US$ 44 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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You need to get to Ollantaytambo by tour bus and then get a van (35 soles but very dangerous during rain season) or train (Peru Rail or IncaRail, very expensive but the most popular way). In Machu Picchu you cross the bridge... More
You need to get to Ollantaytambo by tour bus and then get a van (35 soles but very dangerous during rain season) or train (Peru Rail or IncaRail, very expensive but the most popular way). In Machu Picchu you cross the bridge and keep walking up the main street to the hostel. Very close, and you can ask people in the way.