El MaPi Hotel
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- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEl MaPi Hotel Aguas Calientes
We stayed one night at El Mapi, we selected it because of the guided Machu Picchu trek, otherwise we would not have splurged for such a pricey accommodation when we'd had really pleasant and inexpensive stays at airBnbs for the rest of the trip. The room was nice, clean and comfortable and dinner was convenient to just walk down stairs after a long day of hiking and it was nice that it was included in the price. I would have liked to find food outside of the hotel since the food was mediocre and there are so many interesting tourists to meet out and about in town, but we wouldn't have had the energy for much anyway. We loved our tour guide, Ruth, and the front desk were all very helpful. My biggest complaint would be that we could not get a good wifi connection throughout our stay, which we needed to book train tickets and an accommodation in Cusco. Would recommend if looking to use their guided tours, otherwise would not spend so much.
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