Hotel & Mirador Los Apus
A stalwart Cuzqueño sentinel, the Hotel & Mirador Los Apus rises above the bohemian San Blas neighborhood amidst the hills leading to Sacsayhuamán. The area's cobblestone streets and colonial buildings constructed atop Inca foundations lead you to reflect on the city's colorful past and rich heritage.
The hotel occupies an old colonial mansion surrounded by Andean terraces and is an excellent choice for travelers seeking tranquil, well-appointed accommodations.
Its 20 tastefully-furnished guest rooms feature private bathrooms (some with bathtubs), wooden floors, cable TV, climate control, soundproofing, telephones, safety deposit boxes, hair dryers and wireless Internet access.
Non-smoking rooms and rooms designed for disabled access are available. Stunning views of the countryside can be admired from the lovely terrace attached to the hotel's restaurant.
The hotel's very attentive staff provide prompt personalized service with a smile. Amenities available to guests include shared computers with Internet access, luggage storage, laundry service, currency exchange, medical attention, oxygen for altitude sickness, airport transfers, tours and ticket reservations.
The hotel is situated in the San Blas neighborhood, famous for being home to the workshops of some of the region's best artisans, for its hilly cobblestoned streets and for its relaxed bohemian vibe. Cuzco's Plaza de Armas is five minutes away and in ten minutes you can get to the airport or the train station with service to Machu Picchu. Numerous restaurants, bars, cafés, archaeological monuments and other sites of interest are close by.
Food & Beverage
The Hotel & Mirador Los Apus is proud to offer guests two excellent dining options in its El Mirador and El Patio restaurants. The former affords spectacular panoramic views of the countryside and both serve a variety of regional and international dishes. Room service is available.
How To Get There
To get to the hotel from Cuzco's Plaza de Armas head east along Triunfo St. (which becomes Hatunrumiyoc St. after one block). Continue for two blocks then take a left onto Choquechaca St. Continue for two more blocks and you'll see the hotel on your right on the corner of Atocsaycuchi St.
Amenities & Services
General:Air Conditioning, Fountain, Restaurant, Facilities For Disabled Guests, Bar, Free Coffee and/or Tea 24/7, Daily Newspapers, Coffee Shop, Express Check-In/Check-Out, Lounge Area, Cable/Satellite TV, Breakfast, Family Friendly, 24-Hour Front Desk, Roof-Top Terrace, Ground-Floor Terrace, Patio.
Services:Laundry Service, Medical Assistance, Taxi Service, Concierge Service, Shuttle Service to Local Attractions, Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN (free), Airport Transfer, Tours and Excursions, Bike Rental, Ticket Service, Room Service, In-Room Safety Deposit Boxes, Wake-Up Service, Fax, In-Room Breakfast Option, Train Station Transfer, Luggage Storage, Currency Exchange.
On-Site Activities:Sun Loungers.
Nearby Attractions:Orchid Spotting, Crafts Market, Canoeing/Kayaking, Shopping Mall, Wildlife Observation, Cycling, Casino, Archeological Site, Horseback Riding, Railroad Station, Sightseeing Tours, Cathedral, Historic Site, Trekking, Mountaineering, Hiking, Rain Forest, Museum, Nature Reserve, Shopping Area.
Pick-up and Drop-off
Room rates include transfer from the airport to the hotel and from the hotel to the airport.
Check-in and Check-out Times
Check-in time: 9am
Check-out time: 9am
The hotel operates a non-smoking policy, but smoking is permitted in designated smoking areas.
Guests are not allowed to bring pets onto the property.
Children under 4 years of age can stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Cribs for children under 4 years of age are available for free.
Extra beds for adults are available at a surcharge of USD 19.
Accepted Credit Cards
Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club.
Traveler Reviews (1)
The guest reviews are submitted by our customers after their stay at the Hotel & Mirador Los Apus. Below are opinions of guests that reflected their own experiences.
This hotel seems very well organized. Upon our return from Aguas Calientes, the staff had already put the luggage we left in the room for us.
The only thing I could comment is that the experience could have been a little more welcoming. The staff was eager to make things work, but not so interested in our experience. For example, when we arrived the first morning after a long bus ride at night, we were told we could not have breakfast, because that is only included after a night stay...
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