A comfortable Hostel in Cusco
Gringo Bill’s Hotel Machu Picchu is located in the center of “Cusco”, Very well located, only a few steps away from the main square and bus stop to Macchu Picchu. Good bed and shower. Nice breakfast starting at 5:00 (and not 4:00 as indicated in another review), which is still early enough to get an early bus (I would not recommend queuing before 5:30 anyway, i.e. when the bus service starts running). Guest toilets and showers accessible after your day trip to Macchu Picchu, which is really nice. The front desk also recommended a super restaurant to have dinner. We were pleasantly surprised by the place.
We have hot water 24 hours a day
We have wireless internet in all our Hostel
Comfortable and orthopedic beds
Cable TV with local and International channels
We have everything you need to bring you the best experience you need in a quality hotel and a difference service for all our passengers
- Free toiletries
- Cable channels
- Flat-screen TV
- Private entrance
- Hardwood/Parquet floors
- Wake-up service
- Towels/Sheets (extra fee)
- Garden view
- Entire unit located on ground floor
- Upper floors accessible by stairs only
- Clothes rack
- Toilet paper
On a walk through the streets of Cusco, the great walls and palaces built by the Incas exhibit the colossal architecture of the capital city of Tahuantinsuyo. When the Spanish conquistadors arrived, they used the Inca stone structures as foundations for the churches, convents, and stately homes they built. This symbiosis forms part of the unique character of the city, which was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983.
The vast majority of Viceregal Art seen throughout the city, consisting principally of gold-framed religious paintings, transports us to the time when the mingling of Spanish and indigenous Andean cultures yielded the famous Cusco School.
Heirs to this legacy are the artists’ workshops of the traditional San Blas Neighbourhood, whose paintings, sculptures, and handicrafts are representative of Cusco’s artistic history.