Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.0 Room cleanliness
3.5 Service & staff
2.5 Room comfort
2.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Getaway With Friendsby JB from Denver, USA
Great locationPosted Jun 2, 2014 on Hotels.com
Close enough to the sites, far enough away to have some quiet
by rains from Edmonton, AB, Canada
don’t stay here, last resource if you are desperatPosted Aug 6, 2013
the smallest room I’ve ever seen (and we saw 2 on in first floor the other 2nd ) no ventilation, washroom was so small Cleanliness: 2 worst thing: the bed sheets were so dirty, in the first room we got, the duvet had white spots all over it and looked so dirty, then the sheets were dirty with hair and other spots.. no nice at all… we complaint and they told us to get another one because it was too late to change the bed clothes.. ok we got another one… it was worst, with a bed all the way to the wall and tiny space between the bed and the tiny washroom.. we inspected the bed, were so dirty, brown, yellow and other spots all over.. we wanted to leave but it was 11pm and this place is in the middle of nowhere … so of course we complaint again and the guy in the from that I don’t remember his name but not polite at all gave us a clean linen, We used it in half one for the bottom and one of the top and we used an extra layer of our clothes to not use their bed clothes.. disgusting… Service: 4 everyone is not no very nice Location: 3 its 12-14 minutes walking from plaza de armas.. but you may be running so let say 8 min, cause u have to walk in very dark streets with a lot of dark houses Breakfast: 5 was good, except from the lady that was serving it, that seems she was angry.. Noise: 3 – you can hear the train up to 2am!! Its crazy, it seems its so close.. and upstairs movement when they moved us to the first floor.. you can hear all movement done by the people above you.
If clean is a must for you... stay somewhere elsePosted Nov 8, 2012 on Hotels.com
It was unusual to have someone from the hotel pick you up at the airport and proceed to hire a taxi. I didn't know what was going on and felt uncomfortable specially when we took the back streets to get to the hotel. Upon my arrival, I had to have them assign me another roo bacause of the smell...sewer line stech not relieved by some burning incense next to the door. My next room had hair on the pillow and on the sheets, but I just kept it!!! I also felt uncomfortable when the night shift person smelled of having been drinking. That and not having a lot of guests, I just saw one couple, was eery. It was a lovely place, but in much need of LTC.
by A verified traveler from Shreveport, LA
Hostal Cusi Wasi, CuzcoPosted Feb 1, 2012 on Hotels.com
cI rate Hostal Cusi Wasi, Cuzco, a 5 on a 10-point scale. Overall, the price paid does not meet the expectations. The first room offered was in the lowest level of the hostel and did not have windows. We opted for a second level room with a window and dirt covered two-square foot skylight. You had to descend a flight of stairs and go up another flight of stairs to reach the room. From our non-opening, plexi-glass covered window we could see directly into the neighbor’s house. You could not stick your head out to look down the street nor get fresh air. The bathroom was tiny and there was not a shower head, just a free flow of water like standing under a hose. The water wasn’t hot…but you could take a shower. Noise was a problem from both loud mufflers all night off the street and from conversations from the inner courtroom. Rooms have windows on the inside of the courtyard. The breakfast is minimal, just rolls with jelly, a couple of pieces of thinly sliced cheese and meat with tea or coffee. The walk from the hostel to the historic area is a bit far and dark. The hostal is not located in a pretty part of Cuzco. There was a small computer, 1970s technology and speed - similar to the 19-inch TV in the room...mounted eight feet high. On the positive, the employees are friendly and helpful. The hostal arranged a tour of the local ruins; however our tour guide left three individuals behind. The tour was in Spanish and English. The English was hard to understand. English is my first language and I understood the Spanish better.