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Casa Quechua Hostel Camping


Featuring a garden, Casa Quechua Hostel Camping is set in Ollantaytambo. The accommodation offers a 24-hour front desk, airport transfers, luggage storage space and free WiFi.

Urubamba is 20 km from the hostel, while Pisac is 48 km away. The nearest airport is Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport, 47 km from Casa Quechua Hostel Camping. Very cozy, quiet, close to the center and ruins. Friendly staff. Thank you!

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183 reviews

Killari Hostal Ollantaytambo


Set in Ollantaytambo, Killari Hostal Ollantaytambo has a garden and a terrace. The accommodation provides airport transfers, while a bicycle rental service is also available.

Continental and buffet breakfast options are available each morning at the hostel. The view from the breakfast. The location. The bed was comfortable

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244 reviews

Las Portadas


Located 100 metres away from the main square, Las Portadas offers accommodation in Ollantaytambo with continental breakfast included. Free WiFi is available in all room. Guest will laso find free on-site parking. It’s has so many plants and always smells like flowers :) when I was there breakfast was included and she gave you the choice of a fried egg or a scrambled egg! This was my favorite hostel :)

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Very good
468 reviews

Casa Samay


All units at the hostel are equipped with a private bathroom equipped with a shower.

Urubamba is 21 km from Casa Samay. The nearest airport is Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport, 47 km from the hostel. I loved this hostel! It was clean and peaceful! Thank you!

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68 reviews

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