You can get quite good hostels in Peru for a reasonable price. We didn’t take the cheapest hostels, but even so we paid only between 50 and 90 Soles for a double room (~18-30USD), which mostly included a basic breakfast (2 bread rolls, butter, jam, tea or coffee and fresh orange juice and sometimes an omelet). In an internet era it is easy to check hotels and make reservations eg over booking.com, but in some smaller places we just looked there for an accommodation. It worked all well.
This hotel is off the main road but well within walking distance to Plaza De Armas, the main square in town with lots of little shops and restaurants.
I enjoyed my stay and was happy for the free herbal tea offered to help with altitude sickness or headaches. They have a very good continental breakfast and the room I had was very comfortable, with a king size bed and a spacious bathroom.
The hotel is three levels high, first level is the restaurant, the second level has a common room with a computer and the third level is the street entrance to the hotel.
The view from my room was nice because I could see the distant mountains and outskirts of town.
Aguas Calientes is the small town you will get to before you go to the main ruins. Everyone comes in via train- takes about 1:45 to get there and it takes about 1:30 to ge to the train station on a bus. Finding a comfortable hotel is a must! Aguas Calientes is very, very small! since its the only town near the main site, they can pretty much charge what they want for just about anything! i found this hotel to be on the cheaper side and in a great location, steps from the main plaza and just a walk over the bridge from the train station.
My bathroom and bedroom were split by a curtain... interesting set up but it works. Great shower! but my shower had windows that looked out to the foyer.... white curtains spare you, but you gotta wonder what others can see.. weird, but the shower is great! with heat lamps above you to keep you warm! staff is friendly and helpful and a hairless peruvian dog is on hand to greet you!
Small hotel near Colca canyon about 20 minutes drive,spacy rooms , tasty food,very helpful staff,highly recommend this hotel.
Family of 4, 2 adults and 2 kids (12 &15 at the time), we booked this hotel for 4 nights. We booked a suite with 2 dbl beds and a sofa sleeper. the bedroom section is upstairs loft style and the sofa bed downsatirs with kitchen table and desk. The hotel itself was good for our purposes, we were keen to have the one space as opposed to 2 rooms and it had a small kitchenette. As others have said the decor is pretty dated but is fine, it is clean and the sheets/pillows/towels fresh and clean. The amenities were nice. The kitchenette is very sparsely equipped- 2 cups, 2 glasses, a bit of cutlery, not too much else. We didnt really need to cook though, it was more for coffee, etc. You could probably request more dishes but we didn't.
Our room was on the 2nd floor and opened into a small courtyard/walkway. The view was really great over the city. It was also nice to sit out there and enjoy a coffee. The breakfast was good once you worked out the system, you could order hot food included in the price, or there were plenty of juices, cereals and fruits. Toast and rolls were also available. The servers were very friendly.
Location wise it was great as it is only 2 1/2 blocks from the square. The streets are charming and there are plenty of restaurants around the hotel. The room service menu was pretty good, we ordered from it twice and enjoyed our food. Ther is restaurant attached to teh hotel also.
Other good things of note
- small library exchange- thanks!!! Saved me from being bookless for our next leg of the journey.
- free internet!!!!! (saved our kids when they really wanted some non-culture time! One used the provided desk top and the other the lap top.
Annoying thing- not being supplied with bottled water in the room on arrival. Every other hotel I have stayed in provides a bottle or 2 FOC. Dont know if it was a housekeeping thing but the front desk wanted to charge for it.
I would reccomend this place, as I said it worked well for us.
One quirky little thing I liked was that it neighboured a music school and was pretty interesting to listen to the students practising.
A great hotel in a good location. Most sites are within walking distance. Parque Kennedy, the Miraflores coast, shopping and many good restaurants are a 10 - 15 minute walk.
The staff are attentive, the rooms clean and comfortable and the included breakfast is great.
The hotel is pricier than other accommodations but I felt is was worth it for my first trip to Lima.
Hotel has a pool and exercise facility. The hotel offers a taxi service which is safe and reliable but more expensive than a regular taxi service.
There is a small gift shop, a good cafe and an H.Stern Jewelers in the lobby.
Lovely hotel where I was put up for just one night :( by my Cusco-Machu Picchu tour operator. Simply gorgeous views of the Andes and delicious food at the restaurant. The executive chef is 25 years old and whips up the most amazing dishes! :-) The hotel has its own observatory but I was too tired to check it out after arriving from an all day trip in Valle Sagrado! The 'Sacred Spa' was very nice with great service and a huge jacuzzi!
Great views of the Andes from each room, very comfortable rooms with Andean amenities, great food, good service!
Awesome hotel with excellent amenities. The restaurant is great, staff very helpful and location is superb. I highly recommend this hotel, one of the best in the world...
The hotel is an old monastary, and it has a very mid-evil feel to it.
This was spectacular--the people, the food, the amenities, the setting.
Exotic flora, orchid walks, bird watches, private patios surrounded with birds of paradise!
Our first night in Lima was at the Miraflores Hotel. The next day was the annual meeting of the leaders of South America. To say security was tight is an under statement.
The great thing was the hotel staff treated us just like we were the leader of a country.
The service was the best of any Hotel I have ever stayed in anywhere.
I highly recommend this hotel. It is very pricey, but well worth it!
Incredible view of the Pacific Ocean
I had the most wonderful time at the Pisac Inn.
We stayed there for only two nights but I will always remember that place.
One of the owner, Fielding made we all fell at home and she was always there to help and make our stay wonderful.
The great staff, cozy accomodations and nice food along with very warm atmosphere make this place a attraction on itself. The food is great, breakfast is fantastic and the it is located right at the main plaza where the market happens on weekends.
We stayed at D'Osma in Lima and found it to be a sweet little spot in a great area. The breakfast is not deluxe but Continental. The staff are very helpful and nice.
This facility is a former house and our room, #6, was neatly tucked into a sliver of the property just off the road, nestled into a v-shape....road traffic was a bit noisy but thankfully really quieted down before 10 pm and it was amazingly nice ad easy to get a good night's rest.
We stayed in this lodging in Cusco and enjoyed it; we were fortunate to have a room in the inner courtyard, further back away from the street and it was quiet which was very wonderful. Hostal Qorichaska is a restored colonial building and the facility seemed nice and clean and fairly updated. Our room had a good-sized bathroom with both hot and cold water in the sink and a nice big shower with good pressure and heat. They even brought us a TV for the room at no charge.
Nothing fancy, just nice and quiet away from the street noise.
This is a new facilitiy and the owners are quite conscientious and hands-on; they are Joyce and Chito, the parents of Melissa, a young woman entrepreneur who is quite busy working several different enterprises. We enjoyed the breakfast made to order and the attention of Joyce who even lent us their scooters which are or rent and we had a great adventure!
Beautiful gardens, rooms in bungalows scattered throughout a Eucalyptus tree orchard; central dining area wih stove and comfy seating area; TV room in upstairs loft.
NIce hotel. There was a local two man band that played one night and it was quite a surprise. The rooftop terrace is relaxing. The room we had was small. They have spent money to refurbish the hotel after the 2007 earthquake, so we were told, but the rooms could use a bit of modernization. The bathrooms are very nice and clean. The food at the restaurant inside is very good as well.
There are about three or four floors and a rooftop terrace. There is a also an atrium. The restaurant has two levels and provides live entertainment in the evening.
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