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SUPER!!! Better wifi would be nice, but not sure that is possible in Ollantaytambo?? Nowhere had good wifi, but there was no wifi in my room. It will be great when the gas showers are put in. Marie and the abuela are the best. They make you feel like part of the family. Baby Tiago is great too! :-) Good location, lots of local contacts. Great terrace view. Good breakfast - a good deal for the 2 soles for eggs. Pretty good beds. Amble blankets. Soap and towels included. Pillows weren't great.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 25-30
- (1 review)
Great location, friendly and helpful english speaking man working as the owner. Great breakfast made for us by the lady. Great relax from busy cusco. The whole place is having renovations and it is looking great. The workers were polite and didn't interrupt sleep or recreation.
Very helpful owners gave us lots of details on what to see in the area. Our matrimonial/double room was lovely - very modern, clean & comfy. Nice and quiet too for a good night's sleep. Shower water was hot and the shared bathroom was clean. Breakfast was a welcome inclusion with eggs, bread, jam. Would definitely stay again :)
Hostel was excellent - thank you all! The only feedback I would give is to proactively ask your clients if they need more bathroom supplies/anything in general. Other than that, everything was very nice. Thanks again!
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
A lot of money charged for a very poor establishment . It's not even worth one fifth of the money that's charged. And this does not qualify to be advertised as a living place.
This place was so terrible, we found another place to stay. The lobby is dark and dingy. The staff seemed nice and the room was ok, but the shower basically faced outside with a window that did not close. It gets very chilly at night, and there is no heat or insulation in the rooms. It was more like a treehouse, and there was construction and supplies everywhere. There are many places like this in Ollantaytambo, but this was definitely overpriced.
Great place.... friendly staff
The price was a bit high given the light breakfast that is provided. Eggs can be served for an extra 5 soles, but should probably be included for over 90 soles a night. The hostel did let us use the kitchen which was quite nice.
There's no security at the hostel in terms of locks at the main door, but there's always a staff member in the front room and the city is ridiculously safe. Absolutely no hot water (there's a knob for it in the shower but no results) and the toilet in our room flushed at its convenience. The shared toilet was also clogged and we heard our neighbor (walls are thin) attempt to flush and start swearing at his toilet too. Staff are very helpful in planning activities around the area.
lovely place surrounded by amazingly beautiful site , warm sheet and clean cozy room. I enjoyed my time staying there.
The managers are great. Marie is British and her husband Kali speaks English so there are no problems with communication. We went out to dinner with them and the there beautiful son Tiago. They knew everything to do in and around the city. Every morning they serve a nice breakfast and get you ready for the day. They even packed us a breakfast when we went Macchu Picchu. Thanks so much for helping make our trip full of amazing memories!
Beds and staff are good. They give you a breakfast to go if you leave too early. Bathroom is terrible.
Pros: Location Cons: Poor breakfast - had to wait, dirty table; the terrace is not worth it - is not part of the room and everyone can be there; additionally there was clothes hanging...
We stayed at this hostel and we love it. The personal is just great! The kitchen is big and very comfortable. It's clean and they have a nice view if you go up to the terrace.