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Terrazas del Inca Bed and Breakfast
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Reviewed 5 July 2017

I have to say that this little place was generally clean, the beds were comfortable, pillows fresh, the sound of the river lulled us to sleep, and breakfast was provided. But with Aquas Calientes being so humid there was one issue that this hotel needs to address: mold. There was mold on the ceiling above the shower and in the grout lines of the shower. There was also mold on the ceiling in the bedroom area. I could smell it.

Also, when we checked in the woman at the front desk, Judith, offered the services of a Machu Picchu private guide named Richard. We paid the $70 total charge directly to the hotel and Judith called Richard and made an appointment for him to meet us at the hotel at 6:00pm that evening. We went out to explore Aguas Calientes for a bit and returned to Terrazas del Inca for our meeting with Richard, the guide. He didn't show. Judith called him and he told her that he was unable to make the 6:00pm briefing but he would meet us up at Machu Picchu the following morning between 8:15am and 8:30am. We boarded a bus and were at the Machu Picchu entrance at 7:50am. At 8:37am it was obvious that Richard was again a no show so we struck a (better) deal with one of the guides at the entrance for $60. The newly acquired guide was perfect and we had a great private tour. The hotel refunded the money we prepaid without any incident.

Stayed: July 2017
Thank Mike F
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Reviewed 22 June 2017 via mobile

We stayed at Terrazas del Inca Bed & Breakfast in Aguas Calientes when we went to Machu Picchu. It is right in the center of town next to the river. It is not fancy but typical. The staff was extremely friendly & accommodating. Check out is at 9:00 am. The staff kept our luggage while we spent the day at Machu Picchu. We had a late train out of Aguas Calientes. The staff let us hang out in the sitting area even though we had already checked out. They didn't mind that my soon took a nap on the couch after an exhausting climb of Machu Picchu mountain.

Stayed: June 2017, travelled with family
Thank Shawn7295
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Reviewed 20 June 2017

I emailed them and asked to have someone meet us at the train station. It was a very short uphill walk to Terrazas. Aguas Calientes is very small with shops and restaurants everywhere. It is 5 minutes from the bus stop. 5 minutes from the hot springs. The receptionist was very nice and helpful. Breakfast at 4:30 a.m. was good. They stored our luggages while we explored MaPi. We stayed in a triple room. The beds were comfortable. However, the room was small, especially the bathroom. The bathroom was also full of mold. Good thing we only stayed for one night.

Room Tip: Check bathroom for mold.
  • Stayed: May 2017, travelled with family
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Thank Live2CdWorld
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Reviewed 14 June 2017 via mobile

When visiting Machu Picchu you need to find a good clean B and B. This is basic but you don't want anything fancy when you are only staying for one night. The bathroom could do with a lick on paint but otherwise clean and tidy.

Stayed: June 2017, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 18 May 2017

This bed and breakfast is located up the hill, away from the bustle of the main area of Aguas Calientes. A lovely stream runs nearby, and you can enjoy the sound of it when you retire. The breakfast was delicious and ample and the overall service was wonderful. Special thanks to Soledad and Anggela for the great care that they provided. The B&B was located a short walking distance from the hot springs baths, which we enjoyed. The hotel provided free towels.

If you are going to Machu Picchu, consider ordering a lunch from the B&B. Ours was ready for us when we departed at 5:00 am and proved to be quite delicious.

The hotel arranged for us to have an English-speaking guide at Machu Picchu. His name was Richard Tecse Gongora. He was excellent guide who knew a great deal about the Inca culture and the background of Machu Picchu. His English was extremely good, and I believe you will find no better guide than Richard. Ask for him by name.

Overall, we had an enjoyable stay at the Terrazas del Inca B&B, and I would highly recommend it.

Stayed: May 2017
Thank Charlotte K
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