Fab location. Very nice hotel. Large room. Cusco is a beautiful city and it was nice to collapse into a huge bed after a busy day. This was probably one of the best hotels we stayed at during at trip to Peru.
Wow. What a beautiful hotel. We somehow got a room on the third floor which had a fire place in It and the bathroom had a really nice spa bath. It was a very cosy, relaxing room. The foyer area is substantial with room to sit and relax. The restaurant caters for all tastes and is open at 0445 in the morning which is great for early starts. Location is excellent, being close to Plaza de armas which is a must do in Cusco. The only downside was the constant traffic noise which included the honking of car horns all night. I don't know if this would have improved if we had got a room as far from the street as possible but it would be something we would ask for next time.
Very central, easy to explore the city from this hotel plus they give you an easy to read map. Breakfast buffet is ok, no muesli but a variety of seeds and fruit to try. Buffet is open early so you can get a cup of coffee. Peru doesn’t do kettles in rooms. Heaters in rooms for those cold nights, bathrooms good and bed comfortable
Older hotel but in good condition. Two double beds in our room and bathroom okay. Breakfast passable. The good thing about this hotel is it’s location near the central plaza and lots of good restaurants. Airport pickup was included in price. Also central enough for tour companies to pick up from the hotel which is a major plus when leaving in the dark at 4.30 am for Machu Picchu.
My wife and I stayed at this hotel for 3 nights prior to hiking the Inca Trail. Hotel cleanliness was spot-on, breakfast included great variety, showers were hot, beds were soft, rooms were large. Location was just a couple easy blocks from the main square which is nice because you wont have a courtyard or pool on site for entertainment... I can't say enough good about the hotel staff. Henry at the front desk spoke very clear English and helped us with every need. He directed us to some of the best restaurants, to the exchange house with the best rates, and to local attractions. He also shopped around for a well priced private taxi to take us to Pisac Market and Sacsayhuaman. Basically, the staff would arrange just about any excursion you could request.
Hotel Ruinas was a great experience! We arranged airport pickup and the employees were very helpful in calling taxis and answering our many questions. The room was a great size for the three of us- however the bathtub/shower was pretty high to step over to get into. You can't beat the location of the hotel either- it is just a few blocks from the Plaza de Armas (the main square) with many shops and restaurants. Breakfast was included for us and it had a spread of variety of breakfast food. Don't forget to have the coca tea while there- I'm convinced it helped me with the high altitude in Cusco!
Hotel Ruinas is a great hotel, within walking distance to pretty much all Cusco. The rooms were clean, the shower was good and the buffet breakfast was pretty varied and delicious. The staff was extremely helpful and lovely, always with a big smile and polite. Would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone travelling to Cusco.
My wife and I stayed here for 2 non-concurrent nights in April 2019. The first night we had a lovely room on the second floor over looking the beautiful, airy lobby. The room was the perfect size, clean and everything in fine working order. Check-in was a breeze since our tour representative took care of that while we sipped coca tea in the lobby and acclimated to the high altitude. Wifi worked first time and well, no complaints. We enjoyed a late-ish (for us) dinner in the restaurant that night after the afternoon tour and it was recommended that we eat light, so we both had soup. Great soup! Excellent service in the restaurant as well. We enjoyed the included buffet breakfast there the next morning as well as on the last morning of our trip. The next day we packed…
The hotel is very central in Cusco, the staff is friendly and helpful. The room we stayed in was very hot, facing inside the hotel, so the window was opening to the inside of the lobby. Breakfast starts at 4.45AM which meant lots of noise from very early. Also no lift.
A great little boutique hotel nestled just off of the main square. Rooms were clean, water was hot, and the staff was friendly. They had an oxygen tank in the lobby for guests who were struggling with the altitude. Breakfast is included which is nice since so many days I was out of Cusco before it even woke up. I would recommend heading to one of the many close by restaurants for dinner since the town has such wonderful food and the hotel restaurant was nothing to talk about. A great little hotel if your looking for a quiet, nice space to rest your head after days of exploring.