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Reviewed 21 October 2012

Quiet, comfortable, clean and with a great view from the city. It is located a 15 min walk from the Plaza de Armas. Very good service and the staff is always willing to help. To get back it is recommended to take a taxi which will cost no more than 5 soles. We used their pickup service from the airport, what I recommend.

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank DanieldeMedeiros
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Reviewed 17 September 2012 via mobile

This Hotel is a little far out. I thought the room was not so clean but mainly cold with no heating. The sleeping bag was useful!
The staff are really lovely and helpful and the view fantastic. The hotwater cuts off suddenly and there wasnt much of it sometimes.

The laundry service and breakfast are good too!

For the price its good value for cuzco.

  • Stayed: September 2012
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Thank vslfra
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Reviewed 23 August 2012 via mobile

Stayed here the first two nights (of 5 non consecutive) in Cusco. Located in a neighbourhood not quite yet invaded by tourists. Fairly quiet (all is relative) and wonderful service. Used their car service for pick up from the airport and inter-city transportation... All was dependable. The family who runs the BnB are very nice and helpful. The only thing is be ready for some steep climbs... Not bad going down but was tough after dinners going back up. (approx 300 steps) agree also with other postings here that the beds were not terribly comfortable. The rooms and breakfast room offer great views of the city.... I would recommend it overall.

  • Stayed: August 2012
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Thank JG F
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Reviewed 10 August 2012

We really enjoyed our stay here dispite the hot water problem as others also indicated. The staffs were friendly and helpful. Rooms were very nicely decorated this great view of Cusco city. Everything were clean. Breakfast was nice though I hoped there were some fruits.

10' walk downhill to the square. Uphill with 150 steps back to hotel fromthe square making it the most appropriate training for our Salkantay hike.

If the hot water problem is fixed, it would make this a perfect place.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Grace P
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Reviewed 28 July 2012

What a neat gem of a place - my husband and I stayed at el Mirador for our last night in Cusco returning from Machu Picchu.

The hotel is in a neighborhood up on a hill overlooking the city about 1km from the Plaza.  Getting to the hotel want difficult, but the taxi driver did need the address as it is not well known by drivers.  You'll want to take cabs when returning to the hotel, but walking to town isn't too bad - all downhill.

We stayed in a double room with a private bath and a great view overlooking the city.  The bed was very different, hard and soft at the same time.  We weren't thrilled with the comfort, but slept ok.  We didn't have hot water, but should have called down to the front desk for help.  I do think they could've fixed the problem. Also, getting up and down 3 flights of stairs to our room was tiring with our bags and at that altitude (about 11,000 feet at the hotel).  The decor was updated and comfortable with a small LCD tv in the room.

Breakfast is served on the top level with a great view of the city.  We were the only ones eating breakfast that morning (possibly the only ones in the hotel that day) and had our own private breakfast served to us on a tray.  Eggs, toast, jam, coffee, etc.  It was just right for us.  There is hot water for tea in the lobby 24 hours a day - definitely drink the coca tea to help with altitude.

The place is family run - I believe they live on site.  They were very sweet and eager to make us feel comfortable.  they even looked to see if they had a cable that would work for my husband to connect his GPS to the computer.

So beware of the walk to town/cab back and abundant stairs at this hotel, but well worth it for the views and ambiance!

http://viaperspective.com/blog/?cat=24

Room Tip: Higher floor rooms have great views, but more stairs to access them!
  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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