Hostel was great. Rooms were clean and modern looking. Best feature in my opinion was the water pressure of the shower. Those of you heading to Cusco for the Inca trail would be happy to know that you can leave your baggage here till your are back from the trek. In fact, my friends and I continued staying here after our trek. Breakfast is great, good variety. Facilities such as pingpong tables provides entertainment while you rest in the hostel. Only gripe is that one has to wear the wristband
Family run hostel was good generally, with a nice little breakfast cooked in the morning. Only issue we had was the bathrooms. While the bathrooms were clean and spacious, the showers were not totally functional. For one, we had to inform the host to switch the heater on before we shower. This was acceptable albeit inconvenient. The unacceptable problem was that only one shower in the place had hot water in winter. One friend commented that the water temp was erratic and was scalding at times.
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Excellent location near the center of the city. Ensuite toilet was a bit small but fair enough for a hostel. Place was clean and there was daily cleaning of the room. Difficult to fault the quality of the room. Place provides breakfast which includes different types of bread, cereal, fruits, yoghurt, assortment of tea and coffee (albeit nothing to rave about). Staff were friendly in providing directions and other assistance, including booking of bus tickets. Good hostel.
Hostel is a family run business. There was nobody else staying at the hostel when we arrived, probably because it is a new hostel. Rooms were generally ok. Only gripe that we had with this place was the faint sewage like smell that came from the toilet that eventually permeated the whole room. Owner was nice about it and allowed us to change room, but 2 out of the 3 rooms that we tried had the same problem of the sewage smell. However, in all fairness, this hostel is good enough for its price.