Hotel Rumi Punku
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For our final day in Cusco, we decided to just wander the streets and BE there. Sadly, we had to check out of Andenes al Cielo, the most fantastic hotel experience... I would absolutely recommend that place to anyone. 60 bucks a night... I felt like I Was staying at the Ritz! The next hotel, Rumi Punku, was just up the street. We …
I arrived in Cusco on Friday morning and went to our hotel called Rumi Punku. It's not cheap compared to places I have been staying so far, but it's really nice and we justified it because this is Lou’s holiday, and my holiday within a holiday... The hotel is great – we have duvets, thick blankets and a radiator which are essential as …
Monday was a free day in Cusco that we could enjoy at our leisure. We took advantage of the time to do some shopping in the many stores that line the main streets close to the main plazas.
Some of us also went to the Inca Museum in the morning. We all met at the Cafe Trafamundos on the Plaza de Armas for a light lunch.
In the …
After yesterday's travel we had a leisurely start on Sunday's activities. When we left the hotel there were already lots of people in the streets.
Our first stop was at the San Pedro food and farmers market. This covered a whole city block and was packed with local people shopping and eating breakfast. After a walk through the market and …
Today we traveled from Yucay to Cusco with several stops in between. The first stop was at the salt ponds above Urubamba and close to Moray. The salt ponds are fed by a warm water spring that is three times as salty as the ocean. The water is evaporated off and the remaining salt is carried out in bags that weigh as much as 50 kilos.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rumi Punku Cusco
Enormous beds - great as three of our family are 6ft, with really warm bedding. Simple but delicious breakfast with good fresh fruit selection and breads. Good hot showers. Reception man very helpful when our youngest was feeling the effects of the altitude - gave him several sessions of oxygen which really helped. Thoroughly recommended.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Rumi Punku Cusco
This B&B has character and offers excellent value for money. From the minute we were met (free) from the airport to the minute we left we felt thoroughly welcomed and spoilt.
We spent a total of 6 nights at the Rumi Punku, interspersed between outings to Macchu Picchu and the Manu Forest. This hostal was truly a home away from home.
Charming oasis of peace amidst our travels. Definitely not a bland cookie-cutter hotel chain !
Very pleasant conversations with fellow guests at breakfast.
Jorge at the front desk and all the staff went out of their way to make our stay pleasant. They made arrangements for hotels in Lima, dried out our wet clothes from the jungle trip, prepared breakfast extra early - all without an extra charge :)
Not much to add to the previous reviews. The place was very clean, wood floors, overlooking two small court yards, good light and plenty of hot water. Given the price an excellent deal. We had the two third floor rooms (301,302) -- see if you can get them as they have the best views. The staff was friendly and helpful, especially the morning shift manager, although the recommendations were a little too well attuned to gringo tastes (good value, but could be in a college town USA). They seem to have their own washing machines for washing your clothes (fee). The location was pretty close (10 minute walk) to the Plaza de Armas but far away enough (up the hill) to be quiet. However, if you keep heading further up the street it starts looking dodgy, but it is still safe at the hostal door. San Blas is definitely the gringo part of town, which is good and bad.
Great stay at Rumi Punku
We had a great experience with this hostal. The place is clean, rooms are not fancy but we didn't expect fancy for thirty something dollars a night. The staff was very helpful. They have arranged several guided tours for our stay and we were very satisfied. It is close to Plaza de Armas. It is quiet at night. We requested a heater for a few more bucks but it was worth it. Our room was somewhat cold since there is no central heating, but it is a standard with even more expensive places. It has an awesome terrace at the top of the building. The whole "compound" is very picturesque. We really enjoyed staying there and would love to come back to stay at Rumi Punku.
Very nice hotel
Hotel Rumi Punku is a very nice hotel close to the Plaza des Armes. The hotel has obviously been making an effort to add an extra star and it's worth it. The staff is very friendly and speaks a good amount of English. When I had to unexpectedly return from the Incan trail before expected, they were very nice about having my room ready. The beds are comfortable and the courtyard is very pretty. There are a couple of very good restaurants right down the street.
Lovely place to stay in Cusco at Rumi Punku
This must be one of the best hostels in Cusco, if not the best of all Peru.
The staff are very friendly and make us to fell confortable.
Each detail in this place is artistic and it is like to be inside of a historical monument. The rooms are ample and very clean, the hot showers are the best we tryet in our trip to Peru.
It's very safe, we highly recomendet this unforgetable place to stay.
Cute little hotel! Just a few blocks from the Plaza de Armas. No problems walking to and from the plaza at night. Comfortable room.
Amazingly hot shower. Great price--only $40 for a double room, per night. Also have laundry service for 4 soles per kilo. Beautiful courtyard. No TV in rooms, but TV room with satellite TV. We were able to watch CNN and catch up on the news. Small breakfast, but adequate. I would stay there again.
We had to leave Puno unexpectedly one evening because of road blockades scheduled for the next day. We arrived at RumiPunku at 1:30 AM. Needless to say, our reserved room wasn't ready but the staff graciously welcomed us and made us comfortable in their lounge until a room was vacated. The gentleman in charge built a fire for us in the fireplace and offered tea.
We stayed a total of 3 nights- 1 before doing the Inca Trail and 2 after. The hostal stored our luggage. Rooms are small but clean (no TV except in lounge). English-speaking staff extremely helpful in all matters. Charming courtyard. We saw all age groups staying here. Hostal is very centrally located- you can walk to just about everything.
Why stay anywhere else!
Stayed here 4 nights in May. Located between San Blas and the Plaza de Armas. Very friendly english speaking staff. Large clean room. Beautiful, flower filled courtyard. Also stored luggage while in Machu Picchu. The 2 rooms on 3rd floor have a balcony (actually the walkway) with views of Cusco. I understand a jacuzzi and sauna are to be added soon.
Felt at Home
Really enjoyed staying here. Hotel is very attractive with blooming plants and beautiful woodwork throughout the common areas. Welcomed us with a cup of coca tea (greatest remedy for altitude sickness ever!). Very friendly service. Rooms were clean and comfortable. Rented a heater for a nominal fee as I tend to feel cold at night. Bathroom was quite modern -- didn't have any trouble with water temperature. Hotel gladly secured some of our baggage when we went to Machu Picchu for a couple of days. Easy walk to main square and restaurants. Very nice tour operator named Carlos drove us to and from the train station. Also took us to the ruins outside of the city limits.