Adelas's Hostel

Address: Ave. Prolg. Imperio de los Incas., Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located on Ave. Prolg. Imperio de los Incas., Aguas Calientes, is near Temple of Ollantaytambo, Gate of the Sun (Intipuncu), Intihuatana Stone, and Moon Temple.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAdelas's Hostel Aguas Calientes

Reviewed by joedha

Perfect location, no-frill stay

Reviewed Jul 25, 2014
by (4 reviews) , Singapore Flag of Singapore

It is the perfect place to stay. 1 minute from the train stain and 2 minutes from bus top to Machu Picchu. It is a no-frill hostel. Although close to train lines it is not a worry.
The wifi though is horrible.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Adelas's Hostel Aguas Calientes

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Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes

The magical Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by joedha on Jul 25, 2014

14 photos

The train ride to Aguas Calienties- When the flight started descending in Cusco, I felt I am back in ladakh. The whole topography was strikingly similar to Summertime Ladakh. I boarded the Peru Rail Vistadome train from Poroy in Cusco. Amazing train. The interiors are just wow. Huge windows and really luxurious seating Check the pics and the link. …

LAMA!

A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Aug 05, 2014

18 photos

... about 10 - 15 steps we were all a little bit puffed and needing short rest. While the stairs we were climbing were uneven, they weren’t any worse than other steps we’ve climbed previously on the trip. It was a little bit disconcerting to need a rest after such little exertion. Having looked at the ruins, we headed to the train station to board the Inca Rail train to Aguas Calientes. There are two rain companies that run trains between Cusco, Ollantayambo ...

The Inca trail to Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 14, 2014

58 photos

... at every lookout and took photos, we looked at the various flowers and watched the birds playing in the bushes. The path was impressive built along the side of a mountain and through some tunnels made inside natural caves. It was a great walk. Even with all our stopping we still had to wait at the lunch spot for nearly an hour but we didn't mind because the sun was out and the view was spectacular. You could see down 2 canyons to the Urbamba river and Aguas Caliente town. It was ...

Macchu Picchu

A travel blog entry by furbymacgregor on Jun 23, 2014

26 photos

... street here is built either side of the rail siding where all the town's supplies are unloaded and all the rubbish shipped out.


We got up at 4 am to climb the path up to Macchu Picchu. We were literally walking in Che Guevara´s footsteps. ...

Happy Fathers Day & Machu Pichu Village…

A travel blog entry by kate_5 on Jun 15, 2014

... brought along the way, and he took cuteness to a new level. The ladies served up this meat soup as a late breakfast and once again, the food was amazing and went beyond our expectations. After eating, Jhonatan's dad and father in law took us for a walk down by the Sacred River, before walking back to the local soccer field, where the boys had a quick game of soccer. It was Australia-Canada vs Peru. We started well scoring the first goal ...