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Los Alamos B-6, LarapaOutstanding 100%
Calle Alabado 520 San Blas CuscoExcellent 94%
Calle Carmen Alto 194, San BlasOutstanding 100%
phildean77 Myself and my wife stayed here for a total of 7 nights in August. Our first room, number 206 was superb. It had a comfortable bed and a lovely bath. We were able to use the hostels kitchen facilities as well. They looked after our bags for us when we went on the inca trail but were not very good in terms of their organisation. They did not have a room ready for us on our return. After the inca trail we were given a different room above the main reception. This was very noisy with frequent interuptions from the doorbell and a loud tv downstairs. The hostel seems to angle more towards a hotel as there were no other backpackers there. The rooms were cleaned daily and we were always given fresh towels. The hostel is very safe and in a great location a few blocks from the main square. We would recommend this hostel.
Natalie and Tom I had mixed feelings about this hostel. I was worried about finding a hostel in Cusco during high season so I booked online to avoid not finding a place. I regretted this. I had to book a 3 bedroom for 2 people and although the place was not full they would not offer any form of discount on the room considering we were just a couple. We had a private bathroom but it was not very clean. For the price it was not worth it. After walking around Cusco we found much nicer places for much cheaper and only stayed one night at Hostal El Triunfo. The one thing it has is an amazing location very close to the main square, the train booking office and arguably the best restaraunt in Cusco. The service was very good however the check out is at 9:00 am and it says to ask for 12pm check out if you want it but they told us no 10 was the latest possible unless we wanted to pay an extra half day.
Plaza Nazarenas 144 Calle PalacioOutstanding 100%
bischi It is in a quiet area, about 10-15min walk to the centre (Plaza de Armas). The rooms and facilities were clean and well maintained. Staff was friendly and provided information about the area, taxis, buses, etc. Rooms were a bit cold and the duvets weren't very warm (needed my own sleeping bag additionally).
Calle Alfredo Yepez Miranda B-1-A Urb. MagisterialExcellent 93%
nitecall At fisrt the fact that the hostal is away from the center of Cusco seems like a disadvantage, but after seeing the other hotels and hostals that were closer to the center it became clear that this is located in a much better safer neighborhood. It is easy to get to La Plaza de Armas or any where else in the city by taxi or if your brave by omnibus, my own favorite mode of travel. The rooms and home, because it seemed more like a home than a hotel, are well maintained and clean. Sheets and towels were changed daily. There was free internet. The breakfast was varied and adequate, in fact I thought it was just right. There was also a large supermarket just a couple of blocks away it one wanted to purchase any thing. The staff were helpful and seemed to go out of their way to help. The owner even tried to teach me some Quechua. After turning on the hot water you did have to wait a while for the water to warm up, but afterwards there was plenty of hot water. Over all I would give Laramani Hostal very high marks and recommend it to anyone. It was a much greater value than I expected.
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