“I was absolutely baffled that hospitality like this even exists. Honestly. 8 cannot exaggerate how incredibly helpful Bryan was. We were stuck in Peru during the quarantine and border closure, and Bryan went above and beyond by leagues to make our stay comfortable and stress free as much as possible. Owns a great Cafe across the street. He even let me borrow his guitar! The place is immaculate with a gorgeous view of the mountains, lots of light, a nice functional kitchen, a bangin' shower with a fancy shower system, and even a washer for your clothes! I am so grateful to you and your parents, Bryan, for helping us out so much.”
Nice private room in a shared apartment located three blocks from the main square, quiet with comfortable common areas such two full bathrooms, living room , dining room, terrace We have available, hairdryer, kitchen, a portable heater in every room and simple breakfast included. You will have a host fluently in English who will be more than happy to assist you in my free time ( I will be always available through internet if I am not present in person)
“At first I was surprised at the cleanliness of the room. It is really beautiful. I think it is a very convenient place very close to Armas Square. It is a shame that there is a time limit for the shower and there are some difficulties with the water pressure, but the host's response is wonderful. He / she explains Cusco in detail and uses kitchen. I stayed in the middle of the Corona riot, but after checking out I was given administrative information and contacted me for confirmation.”
Admire the hydrangea garden from the front deck, and look out for the twin bull motifs on the roof, traditional in local houses. Inside, a stone wall provides a dramatic backdrop. Refresh under a rain shower with marbled sides and glass roof.
“Stay here if you can. It’s a great spot, quiet (relatively speaking, as Cusco is not a quiet city) and wonderfully decorated and designed. There was filtered water left out for us, and several markets within an easy walk. Quick walk to the Plaza de Armas, but unless you hate yourself, take a cab back. We spent some down time there and found it easy to relax in the space. We couldn’t have been happier. Only recommendation would be to bring an eye mask if you like total darkness when sleeping. Those large, beautiful windows do what windows do, and let in light, so you’ll get a bit of ambient light from outside during the night. Such a charming place. We loved it.”