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Guesthouses and B&Bs
Eco Quechua Lodge
Eco Quechua Lodge is an eco-friendly lodge at the entrance of the Historic Sanctuary Machu Picchu. It offers private balconies with river and mountain views. Guests can take canopy excursions and visit indigenous communities with certified guides...
Yellow River Lodge
Featuring a restaurant, Yellow River Lodge offers accommodations near Santa Teresa. Rooms here feature a shared bathroom. A daily continental breakfast is included. The property offers coffee and chocolate roasting classes for an extra fee...
Cola De Mono
Featuring an outdoor pool, Cola de Mono offers tents in Santa Teresa. Cocalmayo Hot Springs are a 10-minute car ride away. The tent at Cola de Mono features a view and a shared bathroom. Breakfast is included...
Next to the football field, this gated circular compound is one of the best options in town. It has a manicured lawn and cool, spacious rooms. Doubles feature tile floors and mini-fridges. The one dorm holds up to 11 people...
Run by Juan Carlos and Janet, a wonderful and energetic young couple, this funky thatched lodge lets you sample jungle living right outside of Santa Teresa. The open-air living room is cloaked in thick vegetation...
Hostal Alto Urubamba
Clean, comfortable-enough rooms with fans encircle a sunny courtyard in this dementedly noisy, long-established traveler favorite.
Hostal Don Carlos
With an onsite cafe, this colonial-style hotel features bright, ample rooms around a sunny interior courtyard. Rooms have hot showers and frigobars. It’s half a block from the Plaza de Armas.
There are many cheap, cold-water hostels around the Plaza de Armas and the Mercado. Hostal Pineda is one, and is notable for the incredible feature of having only single beds.
Hostal Quillabamba screams cheesy, quasi – Miami Vice glam – you wouldn’t be surprised to see Roger Moore chatting up a Bond Girl by the swimming pool. Rooms are shabby and dated, but not bad at the price.
Hostal Yacumama is a big step-up in quality – still basic but spick-and-span with private bathrooms.
Hotel El Sol
This partially finished cement multistory is one of the best deals in town, though prices may go up as the building does! Friendly, it features nice, clean rooms with bright sheet sets, hot water bathrooms and cable TV.
Hugo’s Lodge is a bargain, and Santa Teresa area’s finest. Airy bungalows and an expansive bar-restaurant overlook Cocalmayo, a 10-minute hike away. You can camp for free, or hire a fully equipped tent for S10.
Hostal Manco Sixpac
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