Having arrived on the train and walked through the enormous retail ‘opportunity’ that is waiting for you around the station, we were walked down the hill to the Sumac hotel.... read more From the moment you walked in you knew that this was somewhere special, which was surprising considering that most patrons will only stay one night on their way to Machu Pichu. Fantastic, polite, well-informed reception staff who were well used to taking care of baggage no matter what time you arrived or departed. Lovely spacious rooms, well-appointed and extremely comfortable. Delightful lounge area with good WiFi throughout. Helpful bar and restaurant staff, and probably the best food we experienced, at dinner, in the whole of Peru. Some noise form early morning trekkers, and the transfer buses to Machu Pichu, but of little consequence. Definitely recommended. More
Stayed here on our trip round Peru - fantastic - picked up our bags from the train station for us and took them back for when we left - made... read more life so much easier.
First hotel I have stayed in where they come to the comfy seats in reception to check you in with drinks and nibbles.
Food was great in the restaurant - and breakfast too - also catered for us vegans :) :)
Overlooking the river - just a stones throw from the bus up to the top of Machu Picchu -fantastic stay. Would happily have stayed longer :) :) :)
This hotel is the perfect retreat after a long afternoon at Machu Picchu. We were immediately greeted by a welcome drink and then escorted to our “matrimonial” room and the... read more kids had a nice room next door.
The pre dinner drinks were amazing and the dinner exceeded all expectations. The president of Peru had just been to the hotel a few days earlier and judging by the service I can understand why!
Even the breakfast we had at 5 am before our hike the next day was outstanding. The hotel took our bags and they were waiting on the train platform at 330 pm. All worked exceptionally well!
Thank you for providing such high quality service! More
We went with my husband and 2 kids as part of our trip to Machu Picchu and Cusco. The room was just ok. The sliding doors would not close all... read more the way, so we were concerned with bugs entering the room. Rightly so when we saw the Raid plug in canister on the nightstand, we figured bugs were a problem. The restaurant downstairs was trying to be fancy, but the dishes were not good. The tv was difficult to use and the front desk did not offer foreign currency exchange. I’m sure it’s better than most of the hotels in the area, but it was a let down for us.
A beautiful holel, from the train station we were received with happiness. We had a privilege view of the mountains and the river. The dinner was delicious. Thank you sandra... read more cause you allowed us to stay a little more time to be able to end this wonderful experience. Nothing was missing from the hotel, my family was delighted.