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Av. La Raza 887 Santa Ana, CUSCO01 Cuzco, Peru – Show map
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WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is needed).
Room Service, Shuttle Service (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Fax/Photocopying
Designated Smoking Area
10:00 AM - 11:30 PM
6:00 AM - 9:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 5 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years is charged USD 10 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.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
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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Based on 57 reviews
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Hostaria de Anita is a lively family-run hotel in the artistic San Blass District, central Cuzco. Features include colourful accommodations and a tour desk with a selection of regional excursions.
Score from 427 reviews Very good
The Amaru Hostal II is a colonial inn in the artistic SanBlas district, 2 blocks from central Cuzco. The charming central courtyard features soft lighting and a colorful flower garden.
Score from 271 reviews Very good
In a colonial style building featuring an open interior patio with a garden and a fountain, Antawasi offers free Wi-Fi in Cusco’s historic district. Free airport shuttles can be arranged.
Score from 121 reviews Very good
Located 320 yards from the main square and 215 yards from San Pedro market and train station, Tierra Viva Cusco Centro features free Wi-Fi and a buffet breakfast in Cusco.
Score from 406 reviews Wonderful
Excellent staff, spotless bathroom, clean sheets, and awesome enclosed rooftop that gives you great view over the town of cusco. The hotel was also able to provide us a ride to the Poroy station for a reasonable price. This hotel really is a little gem in Cusco.
It's a bit of uphill walk to go back to the hotel from center of town but for the view it's worth it.
Great views over the city, friendly staff, and you will Lose lots of weight going up and down the hill to Plaza De Armas.
Everything. They took very good care of me. The place was clean, comfortable, and the stuff really cares.
The room is confortable.
The staff is not prepared, and I couldn´t pay in credit card because the staff didn´t know how to do that!!
These were the nicest people and hotel I've ever stayed at. My flight to Miami was delayed a full day and I was worried there would be issues, there were none. They gave me a great breakfast every morning, wonderful room and even drove me to the airport on the last day.
Nothing. Loved the whole experience.
The staff were friendly, always trying to help, beds were comfortable
It is a few blocks away from town up many steps so needed to get a taxi as arrived with full backpacks and tired kids. Rooms were very dark with very little natural light so always need to have the lights on. Breakfast ok but basic, served to you. Fresh fruit juice but no actual fruit.
The proprietors were so welcoming, kind, and attentive to their guests. Their hotel is perfect for budget travelers who want something more than a hostel. It's pretty far up the hill into the Santa Ana neighborhood, and our first taxi driver couldn't find it. (hint: have them take you to the Plaza de Santa Ana and then ask them to go a few more meters up the road - it's on the left). What this means, though, is that the views were stunning. We stayed in the very top room outside the breakfast area, and our views of the Plaza de Arma and the rest of the city were so impressive. The room was very clean, spacious, and with a fabulous bathroom. Each morning we woke up to the blender running as they made fresh juice for guests. All in all, we had a lovely stay.
Rooms were a little loud and chilly (like everywhere we went), but the down comforters helped. Honestly, my pillow was the worst part, but everything else was very nice.
I loved the people working here, my boyfriend was not feeling well our last night in cusco and the caretaker there went out of her way to bring us food, with her child on her back and all. Her husband was also very kind and attentive, on the day we were to check out they let us stay longer until our flight since we both weren't feeling well so that we could rest on a bed... This place is so charming and the people so kind... Def would stay here again
Nothing, they were amazing
Great city views from our balcony.
Breakfast could have been a little better.
Very helpful and wonderful host. Great service!!! Excellent price for location and accommodations. Beds were very comfortable, showers had good pressure and nice hot water.
Older home so you can hear everything (voices, footsteps etc) in the hallway. If you're a light sleeper take ear plugs. That was the only drawback. Other than that very happy with everything elsa.
This hotel provided a comfortable and quiet place to sleep within an easy walk of the fiestas of downtown Cusco. The staff was wonderfully friendly and very helpful in providing information about the area. The water in the shower was nice and hot.
The room can get quite cold once the sun isn't out but this is probably similar to most hotels in the area. It's a small walk from the rest of the tourist places but the converse is that there is less activity/noise.
Raul the manager was a hero, he was incredibly accommodating and so friendly. He made us feel extremely welcome and he and his family are a wonderful example of the kind hearted and bubbly hospitality we learned to love in Peru. Decent wifi and showers which are hard to find in Cusco. Thanks Raul!!
Great view from the terrace. There are beautiful night view. Friendly master welcome us even we arrived at 11pm.
This place is a little bit difficult to find out. This is hidden secret place.
We loved the hosts of this hotel and would go back just for that! They were wonderful. And the room was extremely comfortable as well, with a clean private bathroom attached as well as a TV. A good breakfast was also included with the price with a great view of the city.
The location was not somewhere that I would stay if I wanted to explore the immediate neighborhood. It was not a long walk from the main square and downtown areas, however.
This hotel has the best view in all of Cuzco... I have been in Cuzco for quite some time and have not found a better view!! The staff were incredibly friendly and made me feel like family. The rooms were cozy, had great wifi and a good tv, and the showers were hot. The hotel is a 10 minute walk to the main plaza/downtown, but it is also up a hill and is a little farther away from the annoying city noise. I strongly recommend this hotel!
The hotel is not very sound-proof, so bring ear plugs if you're a light sleeper!
This would have to be the best value for money of any place we have stayed. The breakfast was plentiful and yummy (even fresh fruit some mornings). The room was spacious and very comfortable with a magnificent whew over the old part of the city, across to the mountains. The people were just so lovely and helpful. Most did not speak English but one did and she was available to interpret when needed. They organised our taxi to the airport, no charge. It is about a 10 minute walk into town - downhill. (We taxied back up the hill!)
The 48 steps to our top floor room - but only after being out and about walking. All day. It really was a small inconvenience and I would stay here again if in Cusco.
Breakfast was good - great views from breakfast terrace. Free tea anytime. They were happy to take our bags while we did the inca trail and we simply had to leave them in our rooms before we left.
Out of the six showers we had there, only two were good. Hot water would suddenly run out or it did not come, and once, we even ran out of water altogether (including from the sink). Had to wait like 10 min in the cold and my wife complained before it returned. It's at the top of the hill, so it's not as convenient and it's a bit of a hike from the city. Unlike so do other hostels, they insisted we pay before we left for our inca trail, and then when we came back for our bags, they lost their records for us having paid. It took another 15 min or so before it was resolved and they relocated our payment receipt. For the amount we paid, we would have expected better service.
The staff were immensely helpful and offered many extra services including watching our bags and helping us sort out transportation.
We love the view, but there is a large hill with stairs to get from the main plaza to the hotel. We were going on a trek, so this didn't bother us much, but it is something to consider if getting around is more difficult.
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