There weren't a lot of guests when I was there, which is a bit of a shame. The hostel is unassuming, but it was very clean, was very quiet, had heat in the rooms, and had good hot water in the shower and the sink. The location across an Inca alley from the Convento Santo Domingo was great; just two long blocks to the Plaza de Armas, but only foot traffic on the alley outside the door. The breakfast was simple (bread and a hot beverage; no eggs). The laundry, like most places in Cuzco, was quick (back by the same afternoon), inexpensive, and good quality.