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Set within 6 km of Huayna Picchu and 7 km of Machu Picchu Historic Sanctuary, Susanna Inn Machu Picchu Hotel provides rooms in Machu Picchu. The hotel was nice and on the river. Away from the busy loud center.
Situated within 600 metres of Machu Picchu Hot Spring and 2.5 km of Machu Picchu Historic Sanctuary, Jaya Machupicchu offers rooms in Machu Picchu. We loved staying at the jaya suite! The staff is so sweet (and speaks english!
Del Pilar Ollantaytambo offers accommodation in Ollantaytambo, 9 km away from the Train Station, and 30 km away from Machu Pichu. The property offers a daily breakfast with tropical fruits. Amazing location with super friendly and helpful staff
Located in Aguas Calientes, Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel is a colonial-style property that offers massage sessions and Andean sauna. The spacious rooms feature tiled floors and seating areas. Everything about the hotel from the Decor to the natural materials used to build this lodge the...
300 metres from Machu Picchu Hot Spring, Usgar Machupicchu Inn is located in Machu Picchu and features free WiFi, express check-in and check-out and concierge services.
Featuring a bar, garden and views of pool, Eco Hacienda Roman is set in Machu Picchu, 7 km from Machu Picchu Historic Sanctuary. Roger was very helpful from the moment we booked our stay.
Featuring a hot tub, an organic restaurant and a Pisco bar, Gringo Bill's Hotel offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and plasma TVs in Machupicchu. Breakfast is provided. Loved the location - so central and close to the train/bus station, breakfast was fantastic.
Machupicchu Guest House is set in Machu Picchu, within 6 km of Huayna Picchu and 7 km of Machu Picchu Historic Sanctuary. Excellent value for the cost. Comfortable room.
Featuring a spa and wellness centre and a restaurant, Hotel Ferre Machu Picchu offers accommodations in Machu Picchu, Aguascalientes. Free WiFi access is available. Awesome view and friendly staff
Featuring a restaurant, Flower's House offers accommodations in Machu Picchu. Free WiFi access is available. Each room here features a safety deposit box, a private bathroom and cable TV. Very nice rooms. Breakfast included close to everything.
Casa Andina Standard Machu Picchu offers accommodations in Cusco. Free WiFi and welcome drink is available throughout the property. Location was great. We arrived at the train station - and this hotel is perfectly situated for...
Located 400 metres from the train station, MachuPicchu Dream features a 24-hour front desk assistance. Wonderful hospitality! I rarely find a place where the staff make things so easy for myself. Big up!
Located on the banks of Aguas Calientes River, Casa de Luz Hotel offers panoramic views of the river and the mountains. Free Wi-Fi is available and buffet breakfast is included. As I stepped off the train I wondered where could .
Only 100 metres from Machu Picchu hot springs, Hotel La Cabaña Machu Picchu offers rooms with free WiFi and flat-screen TVs in the heart of Aguas Calientes. Friendly staff, nice place and location
Only 200 metres from Manco Capac Square, this luxurious boutique hotel offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, LED TVs and breakfast. It features a garden, restaurant and a lift. The staff were more than willing to help in every way possible highly recommended staying here
Inti Punku is ideally situated in the centre of Aguas Calientes, 5-minutes drive from the central train station. It offers panoramic views of Macchu Picchu and a hydromassage tub. Location perfect. Very central. 2 min from train Station, 5 min from the bus stop for MachuPicchu.
Located in Machu Picchu and with Machu Picchu Hot Spring reachable within 800 metres, ANDINO MACHUPICCHu provides express check-in and check-out, allergy-free rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi throughout...
Set in Machu Picchu and with Machu Picchu Hot Spring reachable within 800 metres, Rumi Qolqa features express check-in and check-out, allergy-free rooms, a shared lounge, free WiFi throughout the...
Located 10 metres from the Machupicchu train station, Casa del Sol Machupicchu offers free Wi-Fi and free shuttle services from Machupicchu Train Station. The museum area is 500 metres away. The friendly staff. Someone met us at the train station even if there was no need because our travel...
Boasting a bar, shared lounge and views of river, Golden Sunrise Machupicchu is situated in Machu Picchu, 300 metres from Machu Picchu Hot Spring. Everything was perfect, great service
Situated in the heart of Machu Picchu town, the stylish El MaPi offers organic gastronomy and contemporary rooms. Rates include breakfast buffet and la carte dinner. We had a mix up in dates and the staff were incredibly accommodating, and adjusted us with little to...
Set in Machu Picchu and within 300 metres of Machu Picchu Hot Spring, Seven Machupicchu has a shared lounge, allergy-free rooms, and free WiFi.
Featuring 3-star accommodation, Hotel Machupicchu Inn is located in Machu Picchu, 2.5 km from Machu Picchu Historic Sanctuary and 2.7 km from Huayna Picchu. Such a great price! Breakfast was nice! Great location!
Featuring a restaurant and a coffee shop, Hotel Wiracocha Inn offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and cable in Machupicchu. Breakfast is provided and free shuttles from the train station are provided. Very early (5am) breakfast start time - so you can before you trek up the mountain
It's beautiful but they herd you through like cattle and scream at you when you take your mask off for a quick photo. We found it very stressful and had to hide from guards in order to try to appreciate the place. It's about how many people they can push through. We also got extorted money from us to enter as they made up a story about our booking brewing cancelled but they took money from my credit card. Nit happy!!
Get a tour guide at the top after you get off the bus, there are plenty available and you can bargain with them to lower the price less than each $25 each person. It was worth it, just for someone to take ALL the photos we wanted (no selfie sticks are allowed on mtn!!!) The hike up to the top of the mtn can be done with lots of places to stop and admire the view and take a breathier!!! Get up there early and stay until noon. Getting down is MUCH easier with less stops!
This is a must see that should be on everybody's bucket list. Very rewarding. Worth every dime and every step. I did the Inca trail. 4 days and 3 nights through some of the most stunning sites you'll ever see.
You’ll need 2 days if you plan to hike Wayna Picchu. the citadel is super crowded in the morning and clears out around 2. You have to enter with a guide so make sure you find one who speaks your language fluently and has a good knowledge of the history. guides can be reserved for your entire stay in the sacred valley and Machu Picchu and they meet you at each site. We paid $100 a day for someone with vast knowledge, fluent English and amazing organizational skills and it was well worth it. The daily price should included his/her transportation, accommodation and Meals (so $100 was very good value). He was able to ensure everything and everyone was where it was supposed to be. There are hordes of guides at the gate waiting to swarm unsupervised tourists and not all guides are created equal. If you plan on climbing wayna Picchu, plan to go EARLY. The climb is no joke. Bring enough water, good hiking shoes, and grippy gloves (to hold the cables that you will rely on) and SUNSCREEN. There is no toilet and no place to get water inside the site and you can only exit and re-enter once with your wayna picchu ticket. We took Lifestraw brand water bottles so that we could fill up at bathroom taps since the water is not safe to drink normally without boiling and bottled is expensive and in plastic.
Smaller than you might think. We visited for 3.5 hours day 1 and did Huanyu Picchu second day over 3 hours and that was absolutely enough. Perhaps if you were a history buff and had a private, knowledgeable guide you could spend more time. Large group tours do it in 2.5 hours.
Just take your time to see theplace in the 4 hours that you are allowed and also hire a guide to explain the site. Very scenic and a real wonder how this was built at such a height without modern technology.
just after entering the main entrance, start to climb on the left and keep climbing and going up and further up, even when others stop. Once you are past the hut, you will see Machu Picchu open up before your eyes, below you. When the sun crests the mountain, the city will be bathed in glory (sol) and it will be time to be thankful or maybe drop to your knees and propose to the one you are with...
As has been said, Machu Picchu embodies the mystery of the Inkan empire's incredible architectural and construction feat. Being there in person and being in the midst of this sanctuary while also learning about its history and about each section of the sanctuary is an experience of a lifetime that leaves a profound and lasting impression.