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Stayed here for one night as part of a G-Adventures tour. Hotel was located centrally in the town, about 15 minutes walk from the train station (up hill). Close to many restaurants and the hot springs (just up the street). The rooms were clean with...More
Room 121 for one night before bus to Machupicchu. Not very clean room. Noisy and cold in night. Nice staff and good breakfast early in the morning. Wifi did not work whether in room nor in reception. Good restaurants in close neigborhood.
I stayed in this hotel for 1 night during the Amazon to Andes tour, the hotel is on a steep hill on the way to the hot springs from the train station, it's a nice location, plenty of restaurants around about, the room was clean...More
I stayed at this hotel one night as part of a GAdventures tour. The hotel is located right on the main avenue in Aguas Calientes and just a short walk away from the town square and the hot springs. There are many restaurants that are...More
This place is such a dump that I was up all night, just waiting to get out of there. The room smelled terribly of mildew, and there was black mold growing on the walls. The sheets and towels were clammy with dampness. The ceiling fixture...More
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I tried to find the website address with no success. They likely don't have one. I saw that this hotel got 3 stars. I don't know where the folks who gave it that many stars usually stay (in a tent, perhaps) but this one... More
I tried to find the website address with no success. They likely don't have one. I saw that this hotel got 3 stars. I don't know where the folks who gave it that many stars usually stay (in a tent, perhaps) but this one deserves maybe 1 star. It gives me the creeps just thinking about it.
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"Try to get a hotel with a window. Shame we were in such a scenic area and no window to see out."