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I spent 02 nigths at this fabulous hotel. Great location, full of art, History and culture at a unique location.
Breakfast was excellent and staff ready to help you and makenyou confortable.
Very good spa with a very good hydromassage terapy spot. Don’T miss it....More
The hotel is beautiful. The rooms very comfortable and spacious. Huge thank you to the concierge team as they were very helpful in providing translation and communication with the airline who lost my luggage and booking further nights in Puno and Lima. Elio was also...More
After a FABULOUS stay at Tambo del Inka (the sister hotel of Palacio del Inka), we changed our reservation from the JW Marriott to the Palacio. What a mistake. This hotel has nothing on the JW and I genuinely wish that I would have stuck...More
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Response from jasanchezp, Gerente at Palacio del Inka, A Luxury Collection Hotel, CuscoResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for taking the time to share your experience at the Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel.
I am disappointed to hear that your stay was less than flawless. Our hotel team consistently strives to provide our guests with exceptional customer...More
The interior of this hotel is stunning! You will get lost in the labarythine hallways -- everyone does. It's part of the experience. Our room was lovely and comfortable in every way. Service was outstanding. We had drinks in the bar and then decided to...More
This hotel is beautiful, well appointed, and in a great location. Staff is amazing and very accommodating. Great breakfast too. I was disappointed in the $30 charge for early check in however. Definitely would stay here again. First class!
Response from Traveler_Ragazza | Reviewed this property |
I have never used the oxygen but seen staff provide tanks to individual guests in the lobby. Pumping oxygen into rooms - this has never come up in my stays there. This option would likely not allow you to acclimate to the... More
I have never used the oxygen but seen staff provide tanks to individual guests in the lobby. Pumping oxygen into rooms - this has never come up in my stays there. This option would likely not allow you to acclimate to the altitude.
My advice for acclimating to altitude: First day you arrive, drink coca tea provided in the lobby, go straight to your room to lie down and rest (staying horizontal helps). That day/night, eat a light meal (nothing heavy or oily) and do NOT drink alcohol. Second day you can eat as you please. Just know that in high altitudes, you will feel fuller faster.
Note on Marriott: Although Marriott owns SPG hotels (such as Palacio del Inka), SPG and Marriott are still different "brands" and thus provide different amenities. Marriott has several levels and I would say SPG is high up there and Palacio del Inka is a Luxury Collection Hotel, so a step even higher. I highly recommend this hotel - it's an excellent hotel with exceptional staff and service.
Response from Experiencedtrav07 | Reviewed this property |
The cocoa tea is a gimmick. It will suppress hunger, thirst and sleep. None of this is good when acclimating to altitude. The hotel will bring oxygen to your room if needed. If you take it easy the first 24 hours, rest and... More
The cocoa tea is a gimmick. It will suppress hunger, thirst and sleep. None of this is good when acclimating to altitude. The hotel will bring oxygen to your room if needed. If you take it easy the first 24 hours, rest and drink water these are the best solutions.