We stopped here for one night as part of our O.A.T. tour to Machu Picchu. Since it was only one night, it was adequate and we slept well. The room was very small with two twin beds, and to charge our phones we had to upend the waste basket and put the phones on there so they…
We spent one night here before visiting Machu Picchu mountain. Our train put us into town at 10:30am and they had a room ready for us right away. The rooms are dated and a bit cottage-like, but I think that's typical for Aguas Calientes. Our room was at the end of the hall, so…
Nice hotel. Nothing fancy but worked for the one night we were there. Had a river view room with balcony so soothing river noise to put us to sleep. Included breakfast was just fine and easy walk to town for dinner and shopping. Some might complain rooms are small but we are…
Because you thought that being in a more private accommodation was going to make a unique experience because we were not wrong and we enjoyed the maximum stay because the tencio was first the food even better and comforting climb to Machupicchu. wonderful
The rooms are very comfortable and clean. They have a great breakfast buffet. Great views of the rushing river and mountains right outside. Staff was very helpful and knowledgeable. I will definitely stay here again on my next trip.
"I loved my room facing the water (The river is loud though.)"
"Room was quiet"
"If you have to stay here, the front of the hotel facing the river, and street noise, might preclude you from getting gassed in the event of a power outage."
"Request a riverfront room if you like the sound of the water while you sleep or if you plan to be here more than one night."
"DONT stay here."