El MaPi by Inkaterra

3 star hotel

Address

Av. Pachacutec 109 Machu PicchuSee nearby area

Rooms

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    Situated in the heart of Machu Picchu town, the stylish El MaPi offers organic gastronomy and contemporary rooms. Rates include breakfast buffet and la carte dinner. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas.

    El Bar serves tasty tapas, piscos and fine organic wines. The café offers a breakfast buffet with smoothies and Belgian waffles, and serves salads and soups made with fresh natural ingredients.

    The well-lit rooms at El MaPi by Inkaterra have thick beige blankets and large windows with blackout curtains. All offer cotton bathrobes, herbal amenities and a 32-inch cable TV.

    El MaPi is 3 hours by train from Cusco, and provides transfers between the train station and hotel. Guests are welcomed on arrival with a fresh lemongrass lemonade, and may request extra oxygen. Hiking excursions can be booked.

    Important information

    Based on local tax laws, Peruvian citizens (and foreigners staying more than 59 days in Peru) must pay an additional fee of 18%. To be exempt from this 18% additional fee (IVA), a copy of the immigration card and passport must be presented.

    Please note both documents are required for fee exemption. Guests who are not able to present both documents will be required to pay the fee.

    Foreign business travellers who require a printed invoice, will also be charged the additional 18% regardless of the length of their stay in Peru. This fee is not automatically calculated in the total costs for the reservation.

    Services & facilities

    • Bar
      • Available
    • Guest services
      • 24-hour front desk
      • Tour desk
    • Restaurant/Café
      • Restaurant
    • Wi-Fi/internet access
      • Free WiFi
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