We stayed here five nights and also left our bags before heading to Machu Picchu. Very cute place, lots of neat decorations. Easy to find, albeit a steep hike, and very close to Plaza de Armas and access to the ruins north of town (Sacsayhuamán). Camilo gave us TONS of information about places to visit. I speak pretty good Spanish, so no issues with communication. Staff were always friendly and helpful. Breakfast was good (cereal with milk, bread/jam/butter, sometimes cheese/ham, juice and tea), and it was self-serve so we could go up for seconds easily. Good hours (7:30-10:30am) for breakfast so we could sleep late if we wanted to. Awesome view from our room (Cecilia) and the rooftop. Our shower was the only problem the whole time - it definitely had hot water, but we couldn't seem to control the temperature (fluctuated from scalding to freezing without changing the handles/dials). Never asked them about the shower though, so perhaps it could've been fixed. Definitely recommend this place!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Piccola Locanda differs from other places; it's a familiar and cultural place where you can feel like home. Ideal for families, couples and friends that are looking for tranquillity. The Locanda is an ethical hostal that links tourism with solidarity. When staying at the Piccola, you contribute to the automatic financing of two projects dedicated to children. You are welcome to visit them! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Piccola Locanda Hotel Cusco