El MaPi has 90 guest rooms and is conveniently situated near both the bus and train stations in Machu Picchu town (Aguas Calientas), so is a perfect base from which to explore the site of Machu Picchu.
The hotel is bright and airy with high ceilings and large picture windows. The rooms are simply furnished but comfortable with king size beds. All rooms have en-suite bathroom and guests are provided with their own bathrobes. All rooms have a flatscreen TV. The 8 deluxe rooms are more spacious, having a separate sitting area and are also equipped with a minibar.
La Cafeteria is open from early morning till 11pm. A generous breakfast buffet is served each day offering a variety of fruit juices, selection of hot drinks, cereals, fruits, bread and freshly baked waffles. Later in the day it serves a range of meals and snacks. El Bar is a popular meeting place and offers snacks and tapas as well as drinks. Spa del Bosque is located on the top floor and has 4 treatment rooms where you can relax with a massage, plus a sauna, heated plunge pool and hydro-massage showers, perfect after time exploring Machu Picchu or hiking the Inca Trail. There is also a gift shop.
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"The room was on the small side but fine given that we only spent one night there. Very clean and we liked its focus on its eco policies and practices. Nice, lively bar with good service and a little central courtyard. Meals served in sittings in the large dining room - and a few large groups of tourists filled it up - and the food was good if not exceptional. Our room opened onto the main street of the very touristy town and we'd wondered if noise would be a problem - but it wasn't, as everything seemed to quieten down at a reasonable hour (perhaps because most people get up early to see see the sun rise at Machu Picchu)."