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Recent Cusco reviews

  • A Great Place to Stay in Cusco

    "My husband and I stayed in one of these wonderful apartments for 6 nights (one night was an overnight in Aguas Calientes). The apartment itself is large, very comfortable, spotlessly clean and in a safe neighborhood. The breakfast each morning was perfect. Yacqui is a great cook -- her banana pancakes are the best! Jay arranged all of our tours including our tour to Machu Picchu and we were very pleased with the the quality of both the tours and the tour guides. We also had the use of a cell phone when we arrived which was definitely an added benefit. The washer and dryer are also a great addition. The apartment is about a twenty minute walk from the downtown area but the walk is pleasant and takes you through some authentic neighborhoods and past several handicraft markets. We spent our last day with Betty, Jay's mom, visiting a couple of museums, eating lunch in a restaurant for locals, and spending the evening watching Peruvian dancing. She is delightful and because she was born in Cusco, she gave us a great perspective on the city. We enjoyed our stay in Cusco very much and would love to return someday. We would definitely stay in this apartment again."
    Guest: Fred and Janet Borch Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 15, 2014
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  • A perfect home base for a family visit to the Sacred Valley

    "We are a family of 4 (our kids are 6 & 8yrs). Cathy's home in Urubamba was a perfect base in the Sacred Valley for our family vacation: 1. Cathy the owner - She is lovely and we talked and emailed several times (at her suggestion) to help coordinate the details. She is generous with her time and contacts. She has a network of trusted people on the ground who help make your logistics a lot easier. I am a VERY seasoned traveler in Latin America, and found logistics in Peru challenging...Cathy helped a lot. 2. Zarela -Zarela is the housekeeper who lives on a cottage on the grounds, and she is a gem. For a moderate fee, she will shop for some staples for you so you have a few items in the fridge when you arrive, or cook dinner at night. She is an excellent cook and having the option of not cooking/ not going to a restaurant at night was WONDERFUL. We had her dinners nightly. 3. Isaias - Cathy has a great relationship with a bright, charming local guide, Isaias, who has perfect English, his own car, and is very pleasant and well informed. He helped us plan a few days of private tours and he immediately gauged our interests and walking skills (with 2 little kids). He showed us AMAZING ruins at Pisac that no one else seemed to be visiting. We also wanted to visit schools (with our girls) and he arranged a visit at his grand children's school (very liberal and middle class) and then to a mountain local school with children in traditional dress from small villages. Both were experiences that my kids loved. 4. Urubamba - I really enjoyed staying in Urubamba because it is very centrally located, right in the middle of the Sacred Valley. It was only a short (20 min) ride to Ollantay for the train to MP, and to see the ruins there. We did a day trip into Cusco and that was more than enough. We had a spectacular day of horseback riding with a woman-owned business at a ranch in Urubamba (cuscoforyou.com), and that was a true highlight (gorgeous horses, organic lunch!). Also, the house is a quick 5 minute walk to the collectivo/taxi/bus station depo in Urubamba (and also the nearby produce market) so it is easy to run and get fruit or a taxi if you need it. 5. The house - this is a very rustic region, yet the house was adorable and VERY comfortable. The hot water is propane on demand. Water bubbler provided. Fresh flowers everywhere. Excellent beds. Can't wait to return!"
    Guest: Jill S. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 28, 2014
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  • Estadia en VILLA RUNA, condominio Higuspucro, Valle Sagrado, Cusco

    "Viviana, Visitar Perú y quedarnos en Villa Runa ha sido una gran experiencia. La verdad es que lo pasamos increíble, comimos estupendo, dormimos espectacular!!, todo resulto como soñamos o mejor aun. Te cuento que La Villa es espectacular, limpia, con personal muy atento y agradable, un servicio de primera!!. Por otra parte el lugar y entorno son magníficos y nos permitió compartir mucho como familia. Finalmente tus recomendaciones; restaurantes, transporte y días para hacer las visitas fue espectacular. El transporte fue; puntual, serio, de muy buena disposición y muy buena camioneta y manejo!!, es decir todo perfecto!!, volveremos. Saludos Francisco Valenzuela Cornejo"
    Guest: Francisco Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 3, 2014
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  • Private Penthouse Apartment

    "Sitting atop the charming Hotel Andenes al Cielo, this apartment provided the perfect place for our week long stay in Cusco. It was necessary for us to walk through the hotel courtyard and up several sets of steps to get to the top floor, but it was worth it, both for the privacy and the view. We had a spectacular view of Cusco and the surrounding mountains from both the living room and the bedroom! The bedroom had a queen bed which worked for us and a fully enclosed sunroom off the bedroom with seating for two. This provided a wonderful spot to relax with a cup of coffee or tea. The modern bath with a shower plus a half bath was convenient to have. The kitchen was equipped with the basics; refridgerator, gas cooktop, toaster oven, microwave and coffee pot. There was nothing else we needed. Besides, with a hot "made to order" breakfast option provided by the hotel and numerous excellent restaurants and cafes in easy walking distance, I can assure you we didn't go hungry! Jack's, just a few doors down, became a favorite for soups and sandwiches. Additionally, The Meeting Place, a coffee shop up the hill on San Blas plaza was also a good spot for coffee, waffles, sandwiches and conversation. Just outside our door were stairs leading to a top deck where we enjoyed views of the city and surrounding mountains. Did I mention the guitar? An added plus for my husband! This apartment was within easy walking distance of the famous Plaza de Armas, with it's abundance of restaurants and museums. Just don't overlook the Plaza of San Blas. It's around the corner and up a steep hill, but has some delightful shops and cafes to explore. The attentive hotel staff provided concierge services and help us plan the details of our daily outings. We hope to return someday to this very special place!"
    Guest: S & T Date of Stay: October 2013 Review Submitted: November 4, 2013
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