Some.Matt Friendly staff that answered questions about directions, travelling information, etc... a lively crowd of other hostellers, free wifi, a decently priced bar with drink deals and live entertainment, pressurized HOT showers... and a great location close to the Plaza. Recommended!
Jonniedetroit This hostel has a superb location, great common space, and plenty of facilities for dining, laundry and exploring in the immediate area. It is located in San Blas, the best and safest part of town. The operators have a great personality and the pisco sours are the best I have had in the country.
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 Atoqsaycuchi No.416 San BlasExcellent 91%
tomasvalas Very clean facilities, in city center, and plenty of hangout areas including a pretty Spanish style courtyard. Not the place to stay if you want peace and quiet as there are plenty of partygoers, but comfy beds nonetheless. Bring a lock for the locker or find one in town.
Calle Ceniza 364 Barrio de San PedroExcellent 90%
Calle Siete Cuartones #245, Cusco, PeruExcellent 90%
Cabrakancha street, Pampa de la Alianza 456 between San Agustin & Maruri st.Awesome 89%
Calle San Andres 260Awesome 88%
jtlande This place is great - for the right person. It's in the San Blas area, which is a fantastic part of Cusco to wander around and to stay in. If you want a private bath, don't stay here. If you want meticulous room service and cleaning, don't stay here. If you want a quiet retreat without noise, don't stay here. But if you value being around other liberal-minded travelers who enjoy meeting other similar folks, and you like to feel like you're staying in a really comfortable and eclectic home, this might be the right place for you. And if you're interested in spiritual journeys and are curious about San Pedro, then you MUST at least stop by to talk to Lesley, even if you don't choose to stay.
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