AddressCalle Resbalosa 520 - barrio San Cristobal CuscoSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
While it’s pretty pricey for what you get, this colorful Italian-owned lodging is snug, with quixotic, bright rooms and a cave-like cushioned lounge. Has an in-house responsible-travel operator, and sponsors community projects. Entrance is on Resbalosa.
Our independent authors have visited Piccola Locanda and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in Cuzco.
Description provided by property
The Piccola Locanda differs from other places; its a familiar and cultural place where you can feel like home. Ideal for families, couples and friends that are looking for tranquillity.
The Locanda is an ethical hostal that links tourism with solidarity. When staying at the Piccola, you contribute to the automatic financing of two projects dedicated to children. You are welcome to visit them!
The Locanda consists as well of an Iinternet caf and a travel agency.
We can accommodate about 22 people in 11 rooms. In the price are included breakfast, internet, access to the kitchen, TV room, video library, books exchange, 24 hours hot water, hair dryers in the bathrooms, a patio and a terrace with a spectacular view of the Plaza de Armas.
We are in the historical part of San Cristobal, in the Resbalosa Street, only two blocks from the Plaza de Armas.
Note: We dont accept credit cards.
Here are some comments from our customers:
Absolutely brilliant place to stay, I highly recommend it to any traveller on any type of trip. Great, friendly staff, perfect location with amazing views of classic Cusco. Beautiful terrace style building with gorgeous interior furnishings. I cant say enough nice things about this place. Great breakfast!!! I have visited 6 continents and over 30 countries, and this is one of the nicest places Ive stayed in. Extremely cheap too!!! Thank you Piccola Locanda for a great time.
What a great place to stay at! Felt right at home being able to put the kettle on whenever needed and write postcards at the kitchen table. The walk up the steps to get there was also good training for the Inca trail! We loved it: Plenty of charm and very nice staff.
To every upcoming guest I just can recommend the Hostel. It is a very unique place to stay. Almost every room includes a wonderful view over the city of Cusco. All rooms are in an excellent condition and are very clean. I mean really clean. Like you would expect in European two or three stars Hotels. It is also a very good place to meet other people. It offers a lot of common areas. So to everybody who doesnt know what to do, book this one.
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Airport Transfers
- Book Exchange
- Breakfast Included
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
- Laundry Facilities
- Towels Included
- Luggage Storage
- Outdoor Terrace
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