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Lovely hosts. It is situated in a great part of town. Sure you have to walk up a few stairs, but the views over the city make it worthwhile.
Rooms are a bit small and the water heat is inconsistent, but the staff are lovely and the place is pretty cosy.
It is way out of the way up a big hill, beautiful view but there is no common space to get to know other travelers. The guy at the front desk doesn't speak good English. He got very aggressive when I had to get my taxi to get a bus. I needed to get his payment but he just wouldn't let me leave. They don't have credit card machine... And still charged me additional fees even thou I ended up not staying the night. It was the worst hostel experience I have ever had.
Owner is very very nice. Location is on a hill so be prepared to put those legs to work!
The staff were lovely! Loved the breakfasts!! -pancakes, eggs, bread rolls, tea- and all with an amazing view over the city! We loved our stay here!
Great place and value for $! It's a bit hard/high to come and go but it's worth the "climb": great training for Machupicchu and a beautiful panorama of Cuzco! Reliable and helpful staff, perfect place if you like peace and quiet and a great view. Luiz is a great guy who speaks fluent English and will provide you with all the assistance. We left our bags there to backpack in other cities and it was totally safe. Last but not least, best breakfast I've ever had in a hostel! We fully recommend it!