Ratings based on 49 Verified Reviews
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
by A verified traveler
Beautiful grounds and architecture.Posted Jan 11, 2017 on Hotels
I lost a small cheap padlock for my luggage early on in the stay but didn't mention it due to the small value. Then we left our luggage for one night (after our stay) when we went to Machu Picchu and I lost a pair of new hiking shoes that was packed in one of our luggage. We didn't notice it until the following night when we unpacked, but we were already in Cusco. Very disappointed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from San Francisco
Beautiful settings. Quite and friendly stuffPosted Jul 29, 2016
Beautiful hotel. Nice stuff. Very authentic. Recommend to anyone who will enjoy a quiet stay here
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Dallas TX
Hidden GemPosted Jun 26, 2015
Pros: History and setting in a monastery.
Cons: Beds were hard and shower curtains would be nice.
Location: Beautiful setting for romance but not in a town for site seeing or families.
Was concerned when we arrived as town is quote rustic. Have to drive up a gravel alley, past some beat up buildings to reach the site. They cam out and unlocked the gate for the van to enter. After all this, we entered to find a well maintained and beautiful hotel with a view of the mountains. The service was great and the staff really wanted to help. Slight language barrier but no more than to be expected.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from NEW YORK
Very nice place to stayPosted May 23, 2015
It's a very nice place to stay especially if you like a nice place that is off the beaten path. Transportation here is much better than it seems. You can actually hail a cab on the street but ask locals about cost first to make sure your are not being taken. Also get a room close to desk if you want to use wifi actually inside your room
for Couplesby Canadian visiter
An interesting place to stayPosted May 11, 2015 on CheapTickets
We really enjoyed our stay at the San Agustin Monestario. The breakfast was varied and good. We ate dinner there several evenings and mostly had the place to ourselves. It is a short walk to the main street and about 20 minutes to the main square. The views of the hills above town are wonderful. The staff was helpful and did their best to accommodate our minimal Spanish. The chapel is a special treat--like stepping back into the last century. We would recommend the Monestario without hesitation.
for Getaway With Friendsby Sigfredo V.
Great, cozy hotelPosted Mar 26, 2015 on CheapTickets
Not a lot to do in Urubamba, but a great place to rest. Good wifi and service.
by John from Arcadia, CA
Repurposed monasteryPosted Dec 20, 2014 on Hotels
Beautiful grounds, friendly staff, nice dining room.
by Phillip from Los Angeles, CA
Garden was nicePosted Nov 12, 2014 on Hotels
There aren't many options in Urubamba. This is your run of the mill hotel, and is a place to rest your head if you're heading to the Sacred Valley. The Gardens are nice, but the bed is very hard. If the bed was more comfortable I would be giving a different review - felt like I was sleeping on the floor. The people that work there are very nice, and extremely helpful. The hotel seems very safe, as they have a guard at the front that locks the gate entrance of the hotel. There are really no other alternatives to eating at the hotel so you may want to bring some food with you.
by Tharsio from Los Angeles
Great hotel.Posted Sep 15, 2014 on Hotels
The place is really beautiful...
by Ruben from Mexico
Beautiful hotelPosted Aug 21, 2014 on Hotels
The hotel is set up on an ancient monastery, it still has its chappel. The restaurant is superb, the gardens well kept for and the rooms ample and clean. Not much to do in town, but it is a good place to sleep when traveling the sacred valley. Good deal for your money. A $35 dollar 20 minute taxi ride from Ollantaytambo train station. Highly recommended.