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Ecopackers Reviews

Calle Santa Teresa, 375, Cusco, Peru

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91%

Rating
828 Total Reviews
  • 90%Value For Money
  • 94%Security
  • 96%Location
  • 88%Staff
  • 89%Atmosphere
  • 88%Cleanliness
  • 91%Facilities

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100%

Wow! I love this beautiful colonial Spanish style villa which was transformed into a hostel. Free breakfast each morning and comfy beds. The staff Pamela and Yenicel were amazingly helpful and always had amazing smiles and greetings to guests entering the hostel.


66%

Great location. But the staff isn't very friendly or helpful. I kept extending my stay simply because it was convenient. I stayed there before and after a 5 day excursion and on both occasions the hostel had a weird vibe. Everyone is on their cell phones and it wasn't social at all. The bathrooms could get disgusting, although they were cleaned regularly. The food is decent at the bar. Probably has good potential but depends on who's staying... Don't expect much from staff, though.


100%

Incredible clean, a phenomenonal value if you are looking for an upscale party resort meets 5-star hotel (by Peru standards). Despite some US "bro" thinking 1:30am was a good time to bring his bar hookup to loudly coit on the top bunk of the 8 person dorm, and the relatively homogeneous demographic, the in hostel bar and restaurant, and the super helpful and awesome. Pamela and Yavinda went out of there way to help me with everything I could have asked for.

  • 18th Jan 2016
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Male, 31-40
  • (1 review)


100%

It was just great, super clean very helpful staff super secure, very welcoming and homie, I recommend this hostel to anyone and everyone! This is the place to stay socialize and go all around Cusco also because of it's amazing location!

  • 17th Jan 2016
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


100%

A chill place to stay in Cusco. The hostel is in an old spanish villa and it's beautiful. The hostel has every type of amenity you would need: laundry, restaurant/bar, and a travel agency for excursions to nearby areas like machu pichu (the inca jungle trip is great, would highly reccomend it) or the sacred valley.


100%

It is set on a beatiful Colonial House. They have ATM. They serve breakfest. They are lovely. Its literally one minute from Plaza de Las Armas. Comfortable beds, not crowded and really cozy! One big locker for each bed. I loved it! Highly recomend!

  • 3rd Jan 2016
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Brazil
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)


100%

This is one of the best hostels I've ever stayed, specially in South America. The staff was really friendly and helpful. The beds were big and ao comfortable. We spent a night in Aguas Calientes and left most of our stuff at the hostel and nothing happened, really safe. They have lockers for every bed that fit you bag inside! They also had a socket for everyone inside the locker! That was perfect. The bathroom was constantly clean the only downside is the lack of space to change in the bathroom.


91%

The only thing which wasn`t so great was that I had to through up of a Burger and had diaria for a few days. :/ But everything else I ate was great and everything else in the hostel as well! :)


83%

Positive: nice old colonial building with patio, central location, enough bathrooms and showers so that there was almost never a queue, lockers with power plug inside, big comfortable beds Negative: annoying cheesy pop music playing all day long, too low electrical lighting in the living room, dorms and bathrooms.


94%

Excellent hostel. Very clean, lots of bathrooms, huge lockers, "nightstands" for upper bunks. Totally worth to pay a bit more for this hostel. Friendly, helpful staff. Good food, excellent mojitos and pisco sours ;-)


83%

All good. Wish there was wifi in the rooms though.


94%

Great location, comfortable beds, and a reliable, hot shower!


94%

Very complete, nothing to say. I really enjoyed my stay.


80%

Nice chilled out hostel, great for preparing for and recovering from Machu Picchu. Particularly liked how I could watch all the English football I wanted in the TV room! 18 bed dorm is nowhere near as bad as it sounds, was never full when I was there so pretty easy to guarantee a bottom bunk. Not all staff were the friendliest.


89%

Clean rooms with hot showers and a great reception staff who were happy to assist with anything. I did find that there are no places to store your clothes or towels when you get in to the showers opposite room 'L' - except a hook outside the door. This means you either have to bring things in with you (which will get wet) or leave everything in your room (not great when you are sharing with one male!) Overall though, fantastic experience and a hostel i'd recommend again.

  • 10th Oct 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • England
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


89%

Great place to stay either side of a trek. Enough of an atmosphere to party if you want to but dorms are spacious and quiet if you want to chill. Security is very good.


100%

What a GREAT hostel. great vibe and atmosphere. great facilities and staff. Great value for the money and a great location. I can't really say anything bad about this hostel.


100%

Ecopackers sits very close to many restaurants, shops, and the Plaza de Las Armas which always has stuff going on. The hostel always has a staff member in the office just near the entrance, and each person receives a wristband, an the security there is great. The staff were extremely helpful with giving directions, calling cabs, recommending places to eat/visit etc. Most of the staff spoke Spanish and English which was very helpful. The hostel is kept very clean.

  • 1st Oct 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)


97%

We stayed here both times we passed through Cusco. this place has everything less than a block from a popular plaza, the bathrooms are likely the best hostel bathrooms Ive experienced, always clean w great showers. comfortable beds, large lockers with outlets inside. very helpful staff, Luz in the tourism office was very knowledgable. Breakfast was always more than just bread and jam, and the bar/restaurant was good. On the downside I guess the WIFI is sometimes iffy & guest kitchen a bit small.


100%

A great selections of spots to hang out in the common areas- I loved the open air courtyard. The location is great, right near the main plaza, but far enough away to feel a little secluded from the hustle and bustle. I would stay here again!


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