Hotel Ferre Machu Picchu is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Aguas Calientes, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
For those interested in checking out Iglesia Virgen Del Carmen (0.2 mi) while visiting Aguas Calientes, Hotel Ferre Machu Picchu is a short distance away.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage while staying at Hotel Ferre Machu Picchu. In addition, Hotel Ferre Machu Picchu offers free breakfast, which will help make your Aguas Calientes trip additionally gratifying.
If you like Italian restaurants, Hotel Ferre Machu Picchu is conveniently located near Incontri del pueblo Viejo, Inka Wasi Restaurant and Pizzeria, and Cala Tratoria.
If you’re looking for something to do, Hot Springs (Aguas Calientes) (0.2 mi), Los Jardines de Mandor (1.1 mi), and Mariposario de Machupicchu (0.8 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel Ferre Machu Picchu.
Enjoy your stay in Aguas Calientes!
Only had a night here. Top end of town, room was small but warm! Ask for a heater. Room overlooked river so it’s noisy but a nice noise. I’ll excuse the pathetic breakfast for the fact it opens at 4:30. Literally spent a few hours before bed and out the door post breakfast. It is what it is - no frills but probably ideal enough.
Stayed here as part of the Inca Trail trek. Our room was right above the trains that made a really loud noise all day until late at night. The fumes of the train were coming into our room. It was like the train was IN the room. We asked for a different room but they could only offer us a room in the basement with no windows that smelled like mold. We went out to buy some earplugs but couldn't find them. After reaching out to our trekking guide that we couldn't sleep this way, they could offer us a better room all of sudden: higher up and with double glazed windows: so a lot quieter. Until the next morning. They started inhouse construction at 7.30 am. Drilling, hammering... So no, I would not recommend this place of you're looking for a good night of rest after your trek. (The trains are closer to the hotel now because of a mudslide that happened two months ago. They had to reroute the train station.)…
We checked into this hotel after a long trek, extremely tired, and the only thing we wished for was a hot shower. The shower had no hot water. Front desk and maintenance guy turned the shower on for ten minutes and still no hot shower. They would not change our rooms, or offer any alternative solution. They told us that “at this hour everyone in the hotel is taking a shower, so maybe the hot water ran out.” We waited and waited, so tired and from the trek, still no hot shower!! The hotel looked nice on the exterior, and the rooms were well decorated. The River view is beautiful. But the lack of hot shower is a dealbreaker. I would not come back.
Liked · This place was amazing! The staff from top to bottom was extremely friendly, polite and very accommodating. Our river view room was very clean and extremely comfortable. We got engaged during our trip and came back to a beautiful set up on our bed. The bathroom was great, very clean, with good control of the water temperature and great water pressure. Breakfast was delicious! Our favorite were the natural fruit juices- papaya in particular. We wish we knew this was a chain hotel so that we could have also stayed at their other locations while in Peru. We will definitely recommend this property to others and will look into the Hotel Ferre chain when we return.
We stayed in a room facing the river, which was breathtaking. The train tracks are right outside the hotel and there are a bunch of restaurants, bars, and shops within walking distance. The water was warm and the bed was comfortable. They held our bags all day for our Machu Picchu trip until we took the train home.
This hotel is sandwiched between train tracks and a fast flowing river. We were lucky to have a room at the back overlooking the river. The sound of the river was quite loud when we opened our window but as we kept the window closed overnight the muted sound of the river soon lulled us to sleep after a busy day at Machu Picchu. The room had everything we needed including a huge comfortable bed and a large shower cubicle. I was delighted to find a fridge in our room as I only drink cold drinks and don’t particularly like lukewarm bottled water. We were able to buy bottled sparkling water from a shop a few doors along from the hotel. We had no problem with wi-fi in our room or in the lobby. The hotel served a good breakfast in the large room on the top floor, and as we arrived at a quiet time we were able to find a table overlooking the river. …
Great Stay at this hotel in Machu Picchu town, Hot water, wifi, comfortable beds. The staff was super helpful and very accommodating. We got massages that were awesome and reasonably priced. The best part was the view. Make sure to ask for a room facing the river.
Very odd layout. Great for railroad buffs as the tracks are literally outside the front door. Awesome view of the river and mountains from the dining room. Our room was in the centre of the hotel. The only windows opened into the main hallway, so we had to keep them closed and draw the curtains. Nice and clean. Good breakfast. As everyone here is likely heading to or coming from Machu Picchu, it's a good choice for a night in a tourist town, but opt for rooms near the back. Helpful friendly staff. Easy walk to the main part of the town.
If I were rating hotels in New York City this wouldn’t be a five. However, in perspective (end of civilization bordering the Amazon in South America) this was great. It’s location is perfect for a jumping off spot to Machu Picchu and to just walk around town (far enough out of “downtown” to be peaceful but really close enough to be in the middle of things in three minutes). The hotel is very clean, we had a back room with a spectacular view of the river. I wish the windows had screens because it would be wonderful to sleep with the windows open. Sadly,the mosquitoes found their way in even through the tiny opening we tried to have so we had to close them. The trade off for the amazing view was that we were too far from the lobby to have WiFi service. Nice breakfast with a large assortment and the dining area also has a spectacular view. …
The rooms were clean and fairly spacious and the bed comfortable. The breakfast was also decent, some hot food (no eggs), juices, spreads and a variety of breads. The internet is terrible, don't even bother to connect - it's suppose to work in the foyer but doesn't. For one night stay the hotel is ok.