Cusco Hostal Qorikilla
Cuesta de Santa Ana Calle Quillichapata C-1 -Cusco
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The Qorikilla is located in the heart of the city. It offers pleasant accommodation with a view of the City especaculares where you can see all the architecture and mountains one Sacsayhuaman Archaeological Park. WI-FI access is available.
The Hostal Qorikilla is decorated with paintings of the Cusco School and spectacular design in a colonial house that was rebuilt, with stunning furniture and lighting up the special atmosphere of this colonial style property.
The hostel is finely decorated with paintings of the Cusco School and Traditional reasons, we have quality inputs that make our guests feel welcome. We have available 24 Hrs hot drinks
Our 14 rooms offer the following services
Television with Cable
Hot water 24 Hrs
Amenities Shampoo, Soap and Body Cream
Hair dryer (on request)
WI-FI in rooms and public areas of the Hostel
The magnificent terrace where you can appreciate the beauty of Cusco
-Check in: 11:00 AM
-Check Out: 10:00 AM
-We have 14 single rooms warm, Twins and Double Queen size beds and king size
- Breakfast time is from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. if you want breakfast in the Terrace must apply at reception.
-The Terrace is open 24 Hrs
-The smoking area is located on the first floor patio. and on the Terrace
Located 5 KM from Alejandro Velazco Astete Airport is 20 minutes in taxi
From the bus terminal is 3 KM
Are 10 minutes in Taxi
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