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We loved our stay here, it is worth every cent for the service you get. Always greeted with a smile and the staff and willing to help you with anything and always go above and beyond. Joseph Corrogn and Diego were particularly great during both...More
All about this hotel is amazing. The service, the food, the vibe. However, me and my dad decided to take advantage of the spa, something we don't really do often. Oh my God. I was tended to by a woman named Ivoni, who gave me...More
Our stay at the JW Marriot was absolutely wonderful. The service was incredible and the hospitality was simply fantastic. On our last day we had a massage with Edith. All three of us agreed that it was the best massage we ever had.
Stayed at the JW in Cusco for five nights in July with two adults and two kids 11 and 14.
The location of the hotel is perfect for exploring Cusco, very close to the main plaza, restaurants, bars, shops, laundry facilities. Arranged transfer for the...More
Wow. I've stayed at many, many hotels in my life, but I'm struggling to think of one that could top my recent stay at the JW Marriott in Cusco. From top to bottom, everything about this place was absolutely fantastic: The location (in the middle...More
Steam room and spa is free, they don't have gym, but they have a lot of different treatments/ massages.
Oxygen is included in the 30usd pack with breakfast, 2 pisco sours per day at the, wifi and bottles of water.
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The rooms are just normally conditioned. When we went, one person in our family had a breathing problem so we called down to reception in the middle of the night, and they said they "switched" it on for us. Definitely bring... More
The rooms are just normally conditioned. When we went, one person in our family had a breathing problem so we called down to reception in the middle of the night, and they said they "switched" it on for us. Definitely bring along some medication etc for altitude sickness just in case.