We stayed with our 11 year old son for 1 night in October 2013, and we had a quad room for about $40 a night.
It is a basic, no frills place. On the minus side, it was not very clean, and there is only a cold tap in the sink. However, there is a hot shower (most of the time), and our room was very spacious. Beds were OK.
I think breakfast was $4 per person, though we didn't have it as we left very early.
This hostel is definitely at the budget end of the market, and I guess you get what you pay for. However, the staff were very helpful, and the location is fantastic! A short walk from the Inca fortress and the main Plaza.
All in all, this was a fine budget accommodation choice, offering great value for money.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hostel Andenes invites you to enjoy the magic of feeling in family, enjoy your trip in the heart of the culture of the Incas, this hostel run by locals descendants of the Incas invite you to immerse yourself in their culture as locals Know better than anyone in Cusco and the Sacred Valley of the Inca and not to mention Ollantaytambo, our goal is that you feel at home and that you can enjoy your stay to the maximum, optimizing the time your trip with first hand information, our hostel Located near everything and with comfortable facilities awaits you. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hostel Andenes Ollantaytambo, Peru - Sacred Valley