Hostal Sweet Daybreak

Calle Pasnapakana 133, San Blas, Cusco, Peru
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Best (5.0 out of 5.0) 2 reviews
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Best place to stay in Cusco, backpacker,mid budged

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 28, 2008

Hi,
my girlfiend and I can highly recommend you Hostal Sweet Daybreak. It is situated at the Mirador de San Blas, a panaramic viewpoint. Our view from our room was incredible, the owners are from Europe and speak English, super atmosphere, backpackers, all services like cable TV and stuff. We loved it, espcially the garden. We are on a around the world tour, and it was the best hostel we visited in more than six months. Nice place for couples, friends, and also people travelling alone to make some friends.
www.hostalsweetdaybreak.com can give you some more info I gues.

Ciao

Unique Quality: Everything, people, view, balconies, unique sunny garden, services, beds, bathroom.
Fun place to be to get to know some likeminded people.

Directions: San Blas, 10 minutes walk from the main square, artistic region, typical streets in Inca and colonial style. By cab less then 10 minutes from busterminal and trainstation.

Had a great tima at Hostal Sweet Daybreak

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 26, 2008

We are a Belgian- Peruvian couple who travelled through South America for quite a while. We would like to invite you to our hostal "Sweet Daybreak". We are making a travellers dream come true in the San Blas region in Cusco. Our hostal is situated at one of the most picturesque and typical areas of Q’osqo, where the streets still maintain its mystical Inca and colonial style.
Our hostel offers you one of the best panoramic views in town. It’s a special place where you can relish the magic and magnetism of Q’osqo’s landscapes and culture, where people build friendships and interchange ideas. More than a mere youth hostel, Sweet Daybreak has a vibe and atmosphere like no other.
We have matrimonial rooms with or without private bathroom, rooms for various-sized groups, and dormitories. All for honest prices.

We invite you to visit www.hostalsweetdaybreak.com
Calle Pasnapakana 133, San Blas, Cusco, Peru

Unique Quality: Our rooms are comfortable and equipped with beautiful decorations. Our spacious rooms have the most astonishing panoramic view in town. They all have open-air balconies and a view of our rustic garden.
The garden is unique with original Inca stones and an abundance of plants, a place where you feel energy flow.
“Sweet Daybreak” is equipped with high pressure gas heated water 24h/24h, internet connection, cable TV with dvd-collection in the common room, public telephone, laundry service, book exchange, cafeteria and kitchen, small shop, medical care, luggage deposit, linen and towels included, national and international postal service,…
We offer free tourist information but also organise your private tours, to plan adventures, visit ruins, to search your personal truth or to find spiritual healing.

Directions: From the main square, pass by “Calle Doce Angelos” with the “Stone of Twelve Angels” to get to the Plazoleta San Blas (10 minute)
Our property is only a few minutes walk up the hill from the Plazoleta de San Blas. Any cabdriver can drop you off there.

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