Welcome to Casa Grande Lodging; we are a restored colonial home lodging, located into heart of down town, just a few steps to main square. The rooms are furniture and very comfortable with a cheap cost.
Casa Grande Lodging is warm and friendly hostel that welcomes to travellers from over the word. We have a wealth of experience in the tourist services and know what value and need during their stay.
Guests can relax in our chill out room, complete with private bathroom, hot shower, cable TV, telephone, wi-fi access is also available throughout the property.
The service include the Andean buffet breakfast and you can get info or arrange classic and adventure trips to Machupicchu and other important places around here.
Casa Grande Lodging has 21 rooms, all of them with a private bathroom; and types are: single, double/matrimonial, triple and some rooms can add a additional bed.
By cab; just ask for Santa Catalina Ancha Street next to the Main Square; this trip is roughly around five minutes from the bus station and 12 minutes from Cusco Airport. The fare shouldn’t cost you more than $4 US Dollars.
If customers cancel between 3 to 5 days prior to arrival, they will be charged 50% of the amount of the booking.
If customers cancel within 2 days prior to arrival, they will be charged for the full amount of the booking.
A no show will incur a charge of the full amount of the booking.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 5 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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