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The Hotel Arqueologo is situated just a five-minute walk from Cusco's Main Square "Plaza de Armas", in the traditional San Cristobal neighborhood, with its narrow streets and Inca walls, colonial-era balconies and baroque churches. During the Inca period, our street was one of the main avenues of the imperial capital, connecting the center of the city with the great fortress of Saqsaywaman.
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Calle Pumacurco 408 3 Blocks From Main Square, Cusco 08000 Peru
All reviews design room sleeping loft loft style breakfast room machu picchu filtered water opera singers the main square bread free pisco sours quiet street beautiful courtyard charming hotel eggs made to order loved this hotel private tour uphill walk
The hotel is an historic building, and is located very well for seeing Cusco; essentially all tourist sites are within walking distance. However, although we sent our travel details, the hotel did not pick us up at the airport, as they said they would. Again,...More
This is the most charming hotel I have ever stayed in. The room was spacious and so beautiful. It was warm and the shower was great- hot water and good pressure. The common areas were also beautiful and comfortable. They have cocoa tea brewed for...More
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Our water system works pretty fine in the schedules, with this changes we can help to save energy and help our planet, indeed you can refill your bottle in our main patio and...More
Hotel is full of character with large comfortable bed and clean room. Staff were very attentive and happy to help - when I was struggling with altitude they brought oxygen to the room. They also helped us arrange a private day trip to some of...More
My wife and I stayed here for three days prior to a Machu Picchu tour. We were delighted with the rustic colonial ambiance; some walls within the hotel are as much as 3' thick, and clearly date from colonial times. Our room consisted of a...More
Myself and my partner booked the hotel and it was lovely but we sent laundry off with the hotel which cost a fortune and they ruined a brand new jacket and also other items of clothing. I immediately raised this with the reception staff who...More
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There are a number of tour companies offering Machu Picchu & the sacred valley. I haven't used the hotel service, but I guess they would be ok, or probably have a tie up with a tour company themselves. I've gone with... More
There are a number of tour companies offering Machu Picchu & the sacred valley. I haven't used the hotel service, but I guess they would be ok, or probably have a tie up with a tour company themselves. I've gone with perutrek4good; they were professional and very nice.