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Backed against the ruins, this modern lodge with a sprawling lawn is a real retreat, thanks to the welcoming staff and the helpful attention of its Scottish owner...
Sisters Tatiana and Claudia run this small, cheerful lodging with a handful of colorful rooms around a tiny courtyard. Kitchen use is extra but it’s a steal.
5 star hotel
Hitting the perfect balance of cozy and high style, this renovated grand colonial in tiny Plazoleta Nazarenas is simply debonair...
Thought has been put into this big backpacker haven that’s a stone’s throw from Plaza Regocijo...
Opulence bedecks this colonial mansion. It’s built over Inca foundations, with parts of the building dating back to the 16th century, when Francisco Pizarro was an occupant...
3 star hotel
Maybe you’re paying for the plaza location, since ‘boutique’ is an overstatement here. Dimly-lit in daytime, Loreto has well-heeled, snug rooms bathed in neutrals...
One of the original Aguas Calientes lodgings, friendly Bill’s features well-heeled rooms in a multi-tiered construction. Rooms are smart, with beds covered in thick cotton quilts and large bathrooms...
This lovely plaza hotel features an inviting courtyard and romantic rooms with goose down bedding, dark blue walls and Andean decor. Rooms with king-sized beds are a slight upgrade...
This small guesthouse has an assortment of well-heeled rooms large enough for desks and coffee tables. Organic toiletries are offered and the comfy beds feature cotton sheets and down bedding. A good value.
Del Prado is a solid option, with efficient staff and just over a dozen snug rooms reached by elevator. Some have tiny balconies with corner views of the plaza. Check out the original Inca walls in the dining room.
In a bustling commercial district, this small hotel has agreeable staff and tiny, well-kept and airy doubles. The triples are a little too tight.
Bed and breakfast
A pleasant French-run B&B with a sunny courtyard featuring fresh flowers and balcony seating. The buffet breakfast is served in cozy booths. Heaters and lockboxes are supplied in rooms.
Most rooms in this pint-sized guesthouse are very basic, but location and staff are fabulous and there’s a sociable, stony, indoor courtyard. The two newer doubles on the top floor (311 and 312) are a good value.
A cozy little home away from home, thanks to the caring attention of Winn, a North Carolina native, and her partner Wow, a local artist...
This old colonial sports worn rooms with gold bedspreads and dark, carved furniture around a central courtyard.
Guests rave about this lovely country house, nestled into the foothills with blooming flower patches. Family-run and brimming with personality, its lovely rooms feature down duvets, heat and cable TV...
This newish bed and bakery features fresh bread daily at 5am. From the looks of it, few of the guests have theirs hot (though breakfast is included)...
2 star hotel
Surprisingly light inside, this cozy, impeccably clean little place is hidden behind a forbidding wall.
This friendly, homey family inn is housed in a ramshackle adobe building without a single right angle to its name...
Noted for its very accommodating service, this reader-recommended family hotel occupies a large adobe home surrounded by flower gardens. Rooms are basic but clean, some feature large picture windows...
Nothing fancy, but modern, spacious and bland. The matrimonial suite, with big pink bath, is a great deal. Rates include breakfast.
Around six hours from Cuzco and overlooking the scenic Río Kosñipata valley, this lodge sleeps 16 people in spacious rooms with private hot-water bathrooms...
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