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Lares Calle Sin Numero, N/A Ollantaytambo, Peru – Show map
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Apu Lodge's staff speaks: Spanish, English
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Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs USD 4 per day.
Packed Lunches, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service
Family Rooms, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 1:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years are charged USD 30 per person per night in a crib.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Only 50 yards from Ollantaymbo’s main square, Tikawasi has comfortable rooms with garden views, free Wi-Fi, some of them feature original Inca walls. Trains to Machu Picchu leave 200 ft from the...
Score from 431 reviews Excellent
Offering rooms with impeccable rustic style décor and garden views, this inn just 19 miles off Machu Picchu, features red tiled terraced Spanish galleries and views of the surrounding scenery.
Score from 112 reviews Very good
Only 200 metres from Ollantaytambo's archaeological site, La Casa del Abuelo has comfortable rooms and a daily breakfast that includes eggs, orange juice, fruit salad, different types of coffee, bread...
Score from 361 reviews Excellent
Hotel Sol features brand new rooms in the historic Inca village of Ollantaytambo, facing the river Patacancha and at the gateway of Machu Picchu. Free Wi-Fi and breakfast are provided.
Score from 146 reviews Very good
The location is amazing, beautiful garden, staff is extremely friendly. Excellent breakfast (not a lot of options though). In an excellent location to explore the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu (15 min walk to the train station). The lodge is on a pedestrian alley outside the centre of Ollantaytambo (no taxi access but the you can have your luggage carried to the lodge upon request), therefore there is barely anything that can spoil the peace and quiet. After two very relaxing days , the only regret was that we left way too early.
The lodge has good facilities for but do not expect a 5* resort. There are some minor hiccups (erratic availability of hot water, wifi signal quite poor and only available in the lobby). All in all however an excellent experience when travelling in the Sacred Valley.
Staff was knowledgeable of area and extremely helpful. Fantastic view. Quiet and peaceful. Interesting guests.
Hot water is unreliable. Pillows are as thick as pancakes...neck breakers. Can you give us some clean towels....please?
The hotel is away slightly out of the main town area which makes for a nice quiet retreat. Lovely gardens, rooms are simple, but clean. Soap is provided, but no bottled water,. The hotel has filtered water in the lobby. One has to walk to get to the lodge (about 5 mins max) and cannot drive to it. Lovely staff and excellent breakfast with fruit, cereal, bread, etc. Staff set breakfast out for us early (6am) as we had to leave early to hike the Inka trail. My only regret is that I should have stayed two nights.
Room rate is to high for what you get, poor breakfast.
the view; the location - away from the main road
getting warm water from the shower was tricky - either hot or cold.
Helpful staff, spoke perfect English (not that we expected it but, I was a bonus). Nice breakfasts every morning, Hot water & pretty comfortable beds.
Views and location and breakfast and purified water.
My girlfriend and I loved this small lodge at the base of a sacred mountain covered with trails to Incan ruins. It was a beautifully landscaped, tranquil, happy place to be and we wish we had stayed here longer than three nights.
Interesting B&B with individual "huts". The staff was phenomenal and we had the best breakfast EVER. They were very helpful with arranging transportation and recommending restaurants.
We were a little unprepared for our "guided mediation walk" which was more challenging then we were expecting. Instead, it was a hike up the mountain, lasted over an hour and none of us brought water. Having said that, all were encouraged to do only what they felt comfortable doing.
Beautiful gardens, quiet, internet, lots of places to hang out, free filtered water, tea and coffee, knowledgeable staff, comfortable sleeping and good bath facilities
wouldn't stay anywhere else in ollantaytambo. up a quiet street. wake up at sunrise to see the alpine glow on the mountains!
dogs bark through the night in ollantaytambo!
I like ollantaytambo and the ruins. Had a great dinner at El albergue hotel.
Bathroom really simple, and smelling pi. Impossible to have a shower and don't have attached the shower curtin. Breakfast really ok, and the yoghurt wasn't homemade like I read. About the bad I've never had a noise bad like that. Really a shame because ollantaytambo it's a cute place.
After a busy 2 weeks travelling this was an excellent place to relax and explore the sacred valley and Machu Picchu. The staff were friendly accommodation spot on garden wonderful haven of peace and location ideal for exploring the area
Hot water erratic
Location View Staff Bag lunches to go
No heat Water not always working not enough hot water
Absolutely beautiful landscape. The breakfast was excellent and the staff was very helpful. Our favorite place we stayed in the Andes.
The bed was a little hard.
The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable, and the hotel offers lots of information about the area. The location is beautiful and convenient as well -- it was wonderful to sit in the garden in the morning with my coffee and breakfast. Very friendly and welcoming -- we would absolutely stay here again. Highly recommended!
Wifi only available in reception -- however this wasn't a real issue as reception stays open late (which was uncommon in the Sacred Valley, based on our travels throughout other towns).
The staff were very helpful and went out of their way to provide assistance with luggage. We were tired so they ordered & picked up our dinner from a restaurant! The setting is lovely and very quiet.
Although the staff pick up the luggage, it's a long walk over very uneven cobblestones & the path to the hotel was poorly lit at night. Hot water took forever to arrive.
I dont normally do reviews but I am making an exception for this delighful accomodation. There were no negatives. Ollyantatambo was the highlight of our 4 weeks travelling & so was Apu Lodge. We have no hesitation ln recommending.
We stayed at the Apu lodge for 4 nights in May. The lodge was incredibly beautiful, clean and well maintained. It is situated on the edge of town off a quiet pathway. We stayed on the second floor and the views were breathtaking. The Apu serves breakfast every morning beginning at 7:30 am. In addition to the granola, fresh fruit, milk, yogurt, coffee and cocoa tea, the staff makes eggs made to order. There is cocoa tea and coffee in the lobby 24/7. The owner, Ruth, and the staff were amazingly helpful, kind and friendly. During our stay, my son’s luggage was missing for 4 days. Had it not been for the tireless efforts of Miguel and Ruth, we never would have recovered our luggage. Moreover, I incurred an eye injury during my stay and after we checked out, we returned to the lodge for help. Ruth, the owner, arranged for a taxi to Cusco and made me an appointment at medical clinic there immediately. My eye was tended to and we were back on track in no time. I can’t tell you what a comfort it was to have someone so caring and trustworthy to rely on in our time of need so far from home. The Apu is an exceptional place and, if I’m ever fortunate enough to stay in the Sacred Valley again, I would not consider staying anywhere else. I strongly recommend that visitors spend time in the Sacred Valley – and not just use it as a one night stop over on their way to Machu Picchu. It is truly an amazing place with a magic all its own.
The location of Apu Lodge is amazing- up a stone path and then through a gate into a lovely garden. The rooms were large and comfortable, the staff remarkably friendly and helpful and the breakfasts fantastic.
They were very helpful before our visit & gave us many good planning ideas. It was fresh, quiet, and a good value.
Unfortunately the power was out for the whole town in the morning, no hot water or Internet, but they offered discount!
Friendly staff, good location, nice room with a view.
Closest road access is a 10 minute uphill bag drag over uneven cobblestones.
The view is amazing!!! We really enjoyed it here. We stayed one night but I wouldn't have minded staying two. The hotel was clean with a nice breakfast included and hot water and comfortable beds. I love ollantaytambo. It's so much better than Machu Picchu! Less crowded and I think more beautiful. Definitely go see the ruins there! You will not be disappointed. We hired Apu Lodge transportation from cusco airport. It was great to have them there with a sign upon arrival as I suppose you could get a little disoriented. At $110 soles it's a bit expensive. We took a collectivo back to cusco from ollantaytambo for $15 soles a person. If I did it again I would probably just find a collectivo from cusco airport to ollantaytambo.
Loved the scenery, the lovely Peruvian girl Carol who helped us out a lot, the beautiful town, the care we felt (ie the early breakfast left for us when we went to Machu Picchu early), lovely room, the quiet and peace. My 15 and 17 year olds loved this place over all others we stayed at in Peru. We had the most amazing view from our window!
Limited WiFi- though this was exacerbated by the non-Peruvian staff member who seemed to take up a lot of bandwidth watching movies and did not seem to be concerned that guests could not get online.
Very friendly staff: In the morning the whole village hasn't had electricity (due to some construction activities). So there was no hot water and no Internet in the lodge. Even if they were not responsible for this, they gave me a discount on the rate for that night.
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