This tour of Cusco and Machu Picchu hotels took us through some incredible scenery en route to the hotels we were due to stay in for the duration of our trip. We decided that we would enjoy total luxury and sumptuous living for a couple of days in order to acclimatize ourselves to Cusco’s altitude which, at 11,000 feet above sea level, certainly takes a bit of getting used to. Whilst we opted to stay at La Casona, there are many more extremely good hotels in the Cusco area that are all professional and efficient, treating their guests for altitude sickness with supplies of oxygen.
From La Casona to Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
I have to say that, during our stay in Cusco, the hotels we came to know, from guests staying in them, catered extremely well for all their guests’ needs and were all extremely comfortable, at all ends of the tariff spectrum. There was time for a stroll around the market at Pisac and time for a quiet afternoon taking photographs of the stunning scenery. The next morning, after booking out of La Casona, we took the train to Aguas Calientas, en route for our visit to Machu Picchu. Maybe it was my sense of anticipation that made me shiver, but I decided to shun the blankets provided on the train and put on a jumper that I had brought with me. We got off the train at Aguas Calientas and made our way to the hotel that we had booked.
Fulfilled All our Expectations
Despite the fact that this hotel was not too far from the railway station, in terms of setting, it could be a million miles away, filled as it was with delightfully manicured gardens and trickling streams. As far as hotels go in the Cusco and Machu Picchu area, this hotel could certainly hold its head up as being amongst the best! When you consider that we had never seen either of these hotels before and, even though we had done our homework before booking, it was still a risk. I can honestly say, though, that in the case of both the hotels we stayed at, La Casona and Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel, we had struck lucky both times. Both these Cusco and Machu Picchu hotels were exactly what we had hoped for when we booked them. We were certainly not disappointed and can quite easily recommend both Cusco and Machu Picchu hotels to anybody visiting this area in the future.
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