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Reviewed 27 November 2012

They offer free transfers to and from the airport and provide discounts if you pay USD versus with credit card. I suffered altitude sickenss and they always had coco leaf tea and coco leaves availible to help (seriously use them- they truely help). The location of the hotel is within 2 blocks of shopping, food, pharmacy- if you need altitude pills). The rooms come with TV, refrig, hairdryer, soap, shampoo. The breakfast is included and starts at 5am. Its bread, cheese, meat fruit and made to order eggs. They are also located next to SAS travel. if you do use SAS travel for machu pichu and plan to spend a night in Aqua Calientes (I dont recommend their hostel, it is geared for backpackers accomodations and the walls are paper thin, ie I could hear everything being done/said in all room!!!!!! Upgrade to a better hotel). I would recommend Hotel Marquese though.

Room Tip: bring eyemask the window above my door let in light and I need total darkness
  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled solo
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Thank mightygeo
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Reviewed 9 November 2012

This hotel was not luxurious but quite comfortable as a home base while touring Cusco & hiking the Inka trail. The staff is very friendly and helpful, and the rooms clean, cozy and reasonably priced. Potable water, coca and regular tea and hot cocoa is available 24 hrs. One person in our party became quite ill with altitude sickness. The front desk staff contacted a doctor who arrived in a timely manner and helped our friend to recover quickly. The two Spanish-style courtyards are charming and a great place to relax and read or chat with friends after sightseeing. Marqueses is tucked away on Calle Garcilaso which is less than a 5 min. walk to the Plaza de Armas.

Room Tip: Rooms around the back courtyard are the standard ones. They are darker and quieter than the ones surrounding the front courtyard. There is not much difference between the standard and deluxe rooms as far as I could observe. Maybe not worth the extra money.
  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 7 November 2012

The staff were very friendly throughout our entire stay; from the cocoa tea on arrival to organising the taxi on departure.
The building itself is extremely picturesque; especially the courtyard with fountain.
Breakfast is served early to cope with early departures on tours (and for those who are jet lagged).
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As most have mentioned, the only real issues are the rooms which, although and in keeping with the whole décor of the hotel, are quite dark due to the lack of sunlight coming into them.
They can also get quite cold if you are there in the Winter months, you do have a radiator and plenty of blankets to cope.

Location wise, the place is very well situated. Just far enough away from the centre of town that you don't get woken up in the night, but it's only a 5 minute walk and it's the right side to get to the market which is well worth a visit.

Overall, very good hotel, value for money and if you're only using it as a stop gap for a tour, then well worth the money.

Room Tip: The front rooms are brighter, but also a bit louder
  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank James P
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Reviewed 6 November 2012

This lovely old hotel is very central to all Cusco has to offer in the old town centre. We stayed because of the proximity to out tour operator SAS. We had a wonderful superior room at the front of the building which had shuttered windows to the busy laneway outside. Internal sliding glass doors buffered the noise from passing cars. Our bathroom was reasonable with a good shower and loo - something we missed while on the Inca Trail. The only downside is the noise from the creaking floorboards when the neighbours get up early ( as you do when you leave for tours such as the Inca Trail)- but what do you expect in a building that is over 300 years old! Breakfast was simple but adequate with fresh fruit platters, juices, rolls, cold meats, eggs and cheeses etc. The staff were most helpful and friendly. This hotel became our haven before and after our Inca trail walk. It is only a short walk to the main square and all the sights of Cusco. WiFi is free, breakfast included, rooms are very clean and beds very comfortable. We would definitely return if in Cusco.

Room Tip: The front rooms are brighter and very large.
  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank lisH_11
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Reviewed 6 November 2012

Never having travelled to South America, we were astonished by the sites and the lack of oxygen in Cusco. The Hotel Marqeses was recommended by our hiking company and was gorgeous. We don't like modern hotels that could be anywhere in the world. Marqueses had beautiful carved, wooden, spanish style furniture, 2 storey rooms and modern bathrooms. The only negative were the steep stairs with the bathroom downstairs in the middle of the night. On our return from our 6 day hike we had a single storey room, downstairs. It was conveniently located near a square, with restuarants, souvenir shops and everything else you would want. The fountain in the courtyard was a little annoying but was turned off at night. Breakfast was plentiful although the room was small and the coffee terrible (although I believe this is Peruvian coffee!!!!!) although I drank the coca tea. Bottled water and coca leaves with hot water were always available.

Room Tip: I believe you are given a room on the second floor to help with altitude aclimatisation, so suck it up for the few days, but downstairs was more convenient.
  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with friends
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