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Certainly this is a rustic option for your visit to the Lost City of the Incas. It was a bit tough to find, not too far from the main square but up a long staircase that acts as, I guess, an alley. It is certainly...More
Rupa Wasi was a delightful stay tucked into the forested mountain side of Aquas Calientes. We really enjouyd the location in terms of the view, bird life and winding mossy staircase to our tree top home. We only spent one night but staff were friendly...More
Decent lodgings and room, great location for exploring Maci Picchu. Bathroom ok, though bathroom and room a bit damp and cold overall as no extractor fan and only a small bar heater for warmth. Makes up for this by the good checkin/concierge staff and excellent...More
This place was fine, but pretty spartan so I would only recommend it as the place to stay if you are on a restricted budget.
It was up a huge flight of stairs that was not a pleasure to walk up every time to get...More
We stayed there for one night, after 4 days Inca Trail trek. We chose the Honeymoon Suite and it was fantastic! Spacious, clean, with nice views. It was a bit of a walk up, and after 4 days of trekking I had tears in my...More
USD 62 - USD 106 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#5 Romantic Hotel in Aguas Calientes
#6 Family Hotel in Aguas Calientes
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We found the box lunches expensive for what you get. There are locals in a little covered area just outside the entrance to the site, at the start of the trail down, who sell more interesting food at a third of the price... More
We found the box lunches expensive for what you get. There are locals in a little covered area just outside the entrance to the site, at the start of the trail down, who sell more interesting food at a third of the price. Give it a try.