Stayed here on 3 seperate nights. The first two were part of a GAP adventures package. The 3rd was private (after returning from Puno) and cost us 50 USD - overpriced in my opinion.
Staff are generally helpful and have reasonable English though more complex requests can be met with baffled looks.
Very busy hotel with lots of tour groups coming and going and plenty of banging and crashing from 5am as the tour groups get ready to leave. Pack earplugs if you want a lie in. Breakfast starts at 0530 which is good for the day of your tour.
Rooms are pretty tired and like much of Peru, the drains in the bathroom can pong quite badly but thankfully not all the time.
Showers are hot and powerful which is exactly what you want after treking.
Lots of stairs and no lift and the internet access if you don´t have wifi is limited to one or two old and wheezy machines.
Did the job for a few days but I wouldn´t rush back. The continual use by tour groups probably means they have relaxed their standards a bit.
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