Hostal Presidente

Av Imperio de los Incas 128, Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, 00000, Peru
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Aquas Calientes, are reservations necessary?

by MikeSmo

I want to stay in Aguas Calientes one or two nights. Not sure about it yet. Also I will get there Nov 16th or 17th. Are hotel reservations necessary or can I just walk in and get a room? $50-$100 range. What about hotels in Cuzco?
Thanx for any info.

Re: Aquas Calientes, are reservations necessary?

by Eliu

Hi there!
If you are looking for a good place to stay while in Cusco check this site: www.hotelessanagustin.com.pe or www.eldoradointercontinental.com
you mus stay in a good place in Cusco both places are in the center area the price? i can give you both for only US$50 per night including buffet breakfast and transfer from the airport to the Hotel, the same in Aguas Calientes i can get the best deals in good hotels you can write me to eliucampos@ecstravel.com
or visit : www.ecstravel.com
kind regards
Eliu

Travel Tips for Aguas Calientes

Gateway to Machu Picchu

by Tom_In_Madison

This town seems to be made of 3 things, restaurants(pizza!), craft stands(much less persistent than in Cuzco thankfully and more merchandise), and kids. I've never seen so many kids for such a small town. There is a school right in the downtown plaza, and the kids just hang out all day and night while their parents are working. It makes it for a real fun place to stay.

If you want to do 2 or 3 of the hikes spend 2 or 3 nights here, otherwise one night is enough. 4 hours from Cuzco by (Backpacker) train.

There are more hikes around here, but I couldn't find a good map saying where they are. You can walk the last leg of the Inka trail.

Arriving to Aguas Calientes

by SaraCR

And suddenly you enter a comboy movie filmed some 100 years ago!
The steam train you are on stops...500meters back there's nothing...500meters in front there's nothing, but within those 500 meters you have hotels, restaurants and shops! So many people, diferente people dressed in so many differente ways.
If you look up anyway you'll only see the mountains that grow higher and higher and the birds flying high.
Leaving the train in search for the hotel you realize that although not big, Aguas Calientes is not that small.

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Address: Av Imperio de los Incas 128, Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, 00000, Peru