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The link to ancient history is strong at Winaywayna Park. Make a booking today and discover the results of specialized archaeological research. There's a fabulous range of things to do in this destination. Witness what life was like many moons ago at The Ruins of Intipata. Way more than just a bunch of old stones, these relics offer an intriguing insight into a bygone era. Still have time to spare? Constructed to pay homage to the gods, temples offer travellers an enthralling peek into another culture and religion. Learn about the local belief system and wander through the sacred monument of Moon Temple.
Holidays are pretty cool to start with. But taking advantage of the terrific activities on offer really does make them better!
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While Machu Picchu does have around 36 properties to select from, it's always wise to reserve a room beforehand. Unsure where to start? Expedia is here to help with your cheap holiday or luxury getaway.
The Belmond Sanctuary Lodge (Carretera Hiram Bingham Km 7.5) and the Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel (Pueblo de Machu Picchu, 084) are two of the higher-end options in Machu Picchu. Book a room at either and you're sure to have some of the best rooms in town. Alternatively, the Hotel Pachakuteq (Avenida Pachacuteq 809) and the New Day Machu Picchu (Av Pachacutec No. 502) are a couple of properties well worth investigating if you're travelling on the cheap.
Getting ready for your trip to Machu Picchu? Wondering where you'll be landing? Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport (CUZ) is your closest terminal. Once you've hit the tarmac and made your way out of the gate, you'll be 45 miles (72 km) from all the downtown action.
Fantastic central position close to train and Machu P. Bus terminal. Susanne was lovely. Very helpful. Packed a wonderful breakfast bag to take with us for our 6:00 entry.
The views of the river from the rooms are amazing, and the sound of the river drowns out the noise from the nearby trains. The hotel is in good condition and the staff was trying hard, but I got the impression there was an absentee owner. As if someone had created the concept for the hotel, but that ...
The place overall was super clean, comfy, service was amazing, they are very very kind and friendly. Very pleased and recommend it.
The Service was amazing. The lady that checked us in was great. Great views and nice location
Nice property, good service, good management. Budget friendly. Only one big downside personally for me: the bed was too soft! I was sleeping on air mattress 3 nights in Inca Trail, and was looking forward to a nice firm bed, instead, it felt like air mattress again :) My wife was fine with it though, ...
Pedro was amazingly helpful. Very polite and willing to go the mile to make us feel special. One night I wanted coffee and they had none in the lobby so this gent went up to the breakfast floor on the Seventh to get me one. Thanks Pedro.
The room was great! The location next to the river makes it more unique