AddressCalle Ataud 204 CuscoSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Popular with small tour groups, this small hotel is classic and comfortable. Enormous rooms feature a living area, brocade fabrics and firm beds. Locally recommended, with some Japanese spoken.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Midori and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Cuzco.
Description provided by property
Featuring free WiFi access, a restaurant, a complimentary buffet breakfast and located only a 5 minute walk from the main square, Hotel Midori offers accommodations right in the historical city centre of Cusco.
The well-equipped rooms are all fitted with heating, a seating area, a safety deposit box, a private bathroom, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, bed linen and towels. Some rooms have a balcony.
At this colonial hotel guests will find a 24-hour front desk which offers free hot beverages all day, a terrace, luggage storage and a hot tub, which can be reserved for an extra fee.
The hotel is conveniently located half a block from the Museum of the Inca, a 7-minute walk from Wanchaq Train Station and a 20-minute drive from Alejandro Velasco Astete Airport.
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
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- 24-hour front desk
- Restaurant (à la carte)
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- Free WiFi
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