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We had the most wonderful stay here for three days during our tour of Peru. The hotel and staff were wonderful, in particular Landy who could not do enough to make our stay very special. The side events were also great, the kids especially loved...More
The JW Marriott was nothing short of remarkably welcoming after a few days of travel. Everyone was incredibly accommodating from the pool to our dinner and the dinner service provided by Javier. He was attentive, helpful, and kind. He was extremely knowledgeable about the menu...More
Wow, we got out of the taxi (not set up through the hotel) & we were immediately greeted by name. Upgraded to a suite due to gold Marriott status! Truly inventive, world class cocktails made by Fredy Poccori at the hotel bar. Beautiful courtyard &...More
Amazing room, food, spa, and setting. We would stay here again in a heartbeat and I cannot give it a higher recommendation. Convenient to Plaza del Armas, San Blas, and everything else. Price seemed very reasonable compared to some other luxury properties- no reason to...More
Wow, this place is just incredible. I stayed here with my dad, we didn't have a chance to take a tour of this former convent but just walking through it was awesome. Situated at the heart of Cusco with easy access to the restaurants in...More
Steam room and spa is free, they don't have gym, but they have a lot of different treatments/ massages.
Oxygen is included in the 30usd pack with breakfast, 2 pisco sours per day at the, wifi and bottles of water.
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The rooms are just normally conditioned. When we went, one person in our family had a breathing problem so we called down to reception in the middle of the night, and they said they "switched" it on for us. Definitely bring... More
The rooms are just normally conditioned. When we went, one person in our family had a breathing problem so we called down to reception in the middle of the night, and they said they "switched" it on for us. Definitely bring along some medication etc for altitude sickness just in case.