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Wiracocha Inn
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Reviewed 22 October 2013

Good place to stay in Aguas Calientes - the staff were helpful and friendly and the location is just a few moments from the main street with shops and restaurants. Wifi worked without any issues, as did the (consistently hot!) shower. We were able to leave our luggage without any issues. There were some bugs in the room (the hotel is located right by the river), but nothing too major. We also found it clean.

Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
1  Thank LK12113
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Reviewed 11 September 2013

We stayed 2 nights at this hostal. The owners cooked us a delicious breaksfast every morning and helped us with whatever we needed. Note to those staying here, we slept with the window open and we had gnats and the room was mopist because of the river right there. This place was nice, we had our own bathroom and really didnt spend too much time in our room except to sleep so for the price, i would receommend!

Room Tip: Rooms facing the river were nice, you could sleep to the sound of the river. Single rooms or more than 3 people rooms did not have windows.
  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 11 September 2013

No matter which end of the budget scale you're at (from the most basic hostel to the most expensive hotel) I think the number 1 priority for any person is a clean room. I stayed in lots of really basic hostels and homestays in Peru (much cheaper than this) but cleanliness was something that was usually pretty good. This place however is filthy, with grim bathrooms and bedding and marks and dirt all over the wall. A sign of the back of the door stated that any marks to the wall would have to be paid for... if they'd collected money from everyone who'd done so they'd be rich! The staff were completely unfriendly and unprofessional. There are two computers available for customers but when I went down a waiter from the hotel was on one checking his Facebook. When I went to the other one he told me the internet didn't work on it. I thought it was quite funny until the same waiter was on the one working computer 3 hours (!) later. So tough luck for guests. Privacy is none-existant with a window between the bedroom and the corridor (imagine a hospital or asylum). I've seen this once elsewhere but they at least had a decent curtain - not here though with a too small curtain for the window. The clear bathroom window also looked onto a building site allowing an array of builders to look at you in the shower (possibly more terrifying for the builders to be fair). The window pane actually fell out when we closed the window and breeze can be felt through it when shut. Noise insulaton from the disco across the river is non-existant (I can vouch they finish playing loud music around 4.30am - just as you'll be wanting to get up to go queue for the bus to Machu Picchu). What really really bugs me however is how a prominent guidebook recommends it as an ok place to stay. This was the lowpoint of our trip, being stuck on a bus in a miner's strike was preferable. Avoid.

Room Tip: Choose another hotel
  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank JReading156
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Reviewed 8 September 2013

Our hiking company booked us to stay at Wiracocha. Be warned... there are bugs and i mean a multitude of BUGS everywhere in this hostel/hotel. You'll seem them when you come in and you'll them in your room. IF your room is bug infested just simply go downstairs and request a new room (preferably without windows), my aunt got eaten alive by mosquitoes that night.

Our original room's sheets were new, but the new room was really old but I took that over being bitten all night. It gets the job done after a long hike and you'll be out the door early in the morning to head to Machu Picchu.

Breakfast is good and the staff is friendly. There is free luggage storage and they picked us up at the train stop and took us down there. Would I return? Definitely not but at least it gave us a comfy bed with a hot shower before our wonderful day at Machu Picchu! Have realistic expectations and you'll be fine.

Room Tip: Rooms without windows are the best. Check your room, bathroom, ceilings, sheets before crawling in!
  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled with friends
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1  Thank ALeigh2512
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Reviewed 1 September 2013 via mobile

It's a really simple hostel. Near from the train station and the hot springs pools.
The food is good and the service too.
It's a place for passing by, not recommended for staying.. There is no reason for staying at Aguascalientes but machupichu.. 1 night it's enough

  • Stayed: August 2013
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