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Hostel Kilombo Reviews

Nueva Alta 424, Cusco, Peru

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127 Total Reviews
  • 86%Value For Money
  • 92%Security
  • 88%Location
  • 89%Staff
  • 77%Atmosphere
  • 89%Cleanliness
  • 84%Facilities

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Big and comfortable bed. hot showers all the time cleane and safe. One of the best hostels I stayed Very recommended!

  • 26th Oct 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Israel
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Nice hostel located few blocks away from main Plaza Aramas. Satyed in 6 bed dorm and Bed was nice and comfy. Having a big common room with TV and internet and a small bar, but didn't saw people there to meet up. Might be few were staying at that time there. Bathroom was very small specially the shower area and smelly always,however it has always hot shower (good thing).


The hostel is really nice. The beds are comfortable and warm. Everything is clean and the stuff really nice. To bad that they doesn't have a kitchen.


Good no-frills lodgings with a good location. Staff very friendly, breakfast not up to much but is better than some of the other budget accommodations in the area.


Loved my stay here. Rooms were clean, the hostel was bright and airy with nice music playing all day. Breakfast was simple but filling. Staff and owner were nice, helpful and friendly. Be careful though, the cleaners are very thorough, so don't leave any plastic bags lying on the floor as they might throw it away. :)


Great place with everything you could need. The staff are friendly and willing to offer advice on anything. Also the beds are very comfy


Generally nice area, but smoky and loud. Rooms are small. Though they are very clean.


Excellent location, just a couple of blocks from Plaza de Armas. Very helpful, knowledgable and responsive staff, both via email and in person. Like many places they offer free breakfast but this place stands apart by also offering free caipirinha drinks! Very hot showers. Safe, clean and nice. Would def recommend this place!


Arriving here after a long ride in from ollantaytamba we were greeted by the lovely owner of the hostels, who filled us in on all of the best places to eat and drink, supplied us with all the maps and informative leaflets we could need. The rooms are clean and the beds have thick cosy duvets which are needed in the cold cuzco nights during winter. The shower here is the best I've ever had in a hostel and was very welcome after weeks of lesser showers. + had free drinks after 10 on the weekend.

  • 11th Jun 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Wales
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Great deal for international and national traveler. Highly recommended!


The only positive thing about his hostel is the very comfortable bed.. the staff was good except for one very poor girl (long brown curly hair) who could barely speak English and couldn't answer my basic questions and looked very confused. She could say "I don't know" in nglish at least. There is absolutely no atmosphere whatsoever. The common room sucks and has no atmosphere at all. I didn't meet anyone there. I changed hostel softer 2 days to go to Ecopackers which was much better.


Great hostel, beds are comfortable and the best hot showers in South America by far! Also not too far from the main plaza. Free breakfast was just bread rolls w/ tea or coffee, and there generally wasn't much of an atmosphere, but the quality of the hostel facilities made up for it.


Stayed in the "superior" private double: v comfortable bed, good wifi & cable tv but otherwise disappointed. It's quite out of the way, not v close to the main areas of interest, although San Jeronimo Market is close by & there's a large supermarket (relatively rare) just round the corner. The room was under the main staircase & the noise was incredible! The room was really dark, bathroom quite dingy, the staff weren't particularly welcoming/ didn't really speak english, no atmosphere at all

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