First class boutique hotel clearly well cared for. Our first room, Room 1, in which we spent two nights prior to our departure to Machu Picchu, was on the slightly small side but just fine in every way. When we returned, 3 days later, we were in Room 18, a much larger and more impressive room than Room 1, but with some significant disappointments. First the good: Very large, with desk, high ceilings, several chairs, small couch, several windows overlooking gardens, a large bathroom, and two beds. Appropriately squeaky wooden floors (cold underfoot). Very clean. Also a semi private porch also overlooking the gardens. Comfortable beds. Now the downside(s): TERRIBLE lighting in main room. Essentially one bulb, probably about 100 watts, for lighting a very large room. No light for the desk, and poorly placed (too low) and different controls for the night stand lamps. Bathroom lighting just adequate. Shower/tub combination with a half-door for shower. Difficult to adjust water temperature prior to entering shower because of half door. Adjust temperature with tub spout, and then rapidly switch to shower and jump back to avoid initial couple seconds of cold. And then be careful to avoid water spraying out the open half onto the bathroom floor. (Unless you are 6’ plus, you won’t be able to reach the ridiculously high spout to redirect the spray. Note: both rooms, indeed the entire hotel, had nearly useless Wi-Fi. Cellular data was much faster.
We would definitely stay there again