Hostal Varayoc Reviews
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This place was well located (just over the bridge from the station and next to the machu picchu bus stop). It was comfortable and quiet and staff were friendly. Recommended.
Very helpful with everything. Find the right people to solve tickets problems.
great location!! breakfast could be better
Arrived late and left early! It was a good place to sleep. Breakfast starts at 4:30am, which is nice if you want to leave early for Machu Picchu.
right next to buses to machu picchu. close to everything. wifi was terrible. frosted glass in door let in hallway light at night. some basic repairs needed in room. noise from, i guess house behind hotel, sharing common air shaft. could hear conversations, music, phone calls. not recommended.
Great experience! Edison was SO helpful in getting us to the hostal, purchasing Machu Picchu and bus tickets, and making our experience carefree and amazing. Warm water, a little noisy, great location next to the bus to Machu and train station, breakfast starting at 4:00 a.m, and very affordable!
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
The hostel is located very near to the railway station and the bus terminal to Machu Picchu and the town centre The room is clean with hot and cold shower and WIFI is available in each floor. The staff is helpful is providing whatever information that is needed.
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 41+
- (1 review)
We arrived during black-out. Nobody showed up to pick us up at the train station (maybe they couldn't have seen our e-mail?) so it was hard to find the place with no electricity in the streets. Afterwards, we discovered it was actually close from the station. We were given a room and a lamp. Two persons tried to enter our room during the night, really stressful. A lovely granny made us basic breakfast at 4.30am. Good shower, no wifi (black-out) and the best bed we have had in Perou.
The location was perfect - two minute walk to catch the bus that takes you to Machu Pichu. Other than that, this place wasn't great. The staff was nice, but didn't speak any English. We reserved a room with a double bed, but instead got two singles. The walls are paper thin so you can hear people from other rooms and on the street. We were supposed to get breakfast, but never specified a time so that never happened.