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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.
You don't have to sleep in 5-star hotels or fly first class to have a great holiday. Simply take advantage of all the cool things you can do while you're there!
This place has a range of things to do. Here are some suggestions to jump start your trip to Machu Picchu:
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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.
We loved the junior suite. Comfortable. Great view. Good breakfast. We also appreciated that our train was met by staff, and we were shown the way to the hotel. Going through the craft market by the train station is a bit of a labyrinth.
Location was close to restaurants and shops but just far enough away so street noise was minimal
Perfect in every way. Do not be put off by the price. If you are traveling to Machu Picchu stay here the night before and get a 6am entry. If I go again I'll stay 2 nights but after all the hassle of getting there it is really nice to be able to have a drink & dinner in the hotel the night before ...
Super good location to town center and bus station to Machupicchu. So convenient and hotel staff are very kind I recommend my friend to stay this hotel for visiting Machu Picchu!
Excellent Location, Friendly and attentive staff, Clean, Comfortable
Very nice hotel. More isolated / not great location compared to others in AC. Included Dinner and Breakfast we excellent.
Try to book the corner rooms. They have floor to ceiling windows & view either the soccer court or water falls. Staff very friendly & eager to assist.