Dragonfly Hostels Cusco Reviews
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Absolutely no atmosphere and the wifi was awful. Staff seem quite unfriendly. However the beds and showers are clean and there was hot water, and the social area would be great if there was an atmosphere. Worth the money as a place to lay your head but not if you want to meet people
If you're looking for a chill hostel in Cusco Ecopackers is the place to go. Dragonfly was alright. The night I stayed there the bar was out of the ingredients to make cocktails, they were not selling any food, and the showers did not have hot water.
Would have been a perfect stay if the internet was working! Breakfast and staff very nice!
Well-located, in quiet area. Staff were very nice and friendly. There is also a storage room, you can leave your heavy stuff before you head to Machu Picchu. I also liked their policies (eg. quiet hour from 11pm to 8am). and their taxi service is also very great. taxi drivers were kinda surprised when we paid the price we were told from the hostel (it was too cheap to get from "travelers") I highly recommend Dragonfly!! ;)
An ok hostel. My dorm & single room had no windows, v stuffy and dark. The lady at the tour information desk was very unenthusiastic, seemed to dislike her job immensely. The place seemed to have a bit of an impersonal backpacker vibe compared to other places I stayed. The kitchen was good, quite noisy at night with people coming in and showers hot in the morning but Luke warm in the afternoon.
Quiet after 11pm, clean bathrooms, delicious breakfasts, very helpful staff... only downside was people can smoke in the courtyard