Inti Winaywayna

Av. Confraternidad 452, Edificio Santa Lucia Dpto. 303, Wanchaq, Aguas Calientes

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Located at the corner of Winaywayna Square in Aguas Calientes, the Inti Winaywayna Hotel provides guests with a comfortable place to relax in after day full of Peruvian adventures. Guests can easily access the hotel springs and Machu Picchu from this location. Larger rooms and a convenient location make this an excellent choice in accommodations for families. The hotel offers Triple Rooms that can comfortably sleep up to three people. Family amenities provided by the hotel include a complimentary breakfast and free Wi-Fi access. Onsite dining is not available, but the hotel is located near a variety of different restaurants.

Our Editor Loves

  • Comfortable and spacious Triple Rooms
  • Breakfast included in room rate
  • Convenient location in Winaywayna Square

Family Interests

  • Hiking
  • Horse Back Riding
  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Laundry


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by Yulyan A

We stayed for just one night fortunately. But having 30 teenagers all tired and sweaty after the hike to Machu Picchu, you would expect a good hot shower but no hot water in any of the rooms. It might have been because they were taking a shower at the same time but still I don’t think that should happen. The dining area wasn’t big enough and breakfast was ok. The location wasn’t the best (up the hill). Too much walk if you want go have a drink or eat something at night.

Simplicity minutes from Machu Piccu

by MagAtl

If you drive a Bentley you probably won't like this hotel, or of you're a 4 Seasons person who needs a personal assistant to turn down your sheets nightly.. If you're more simplistic and want to connect with yourself and the surroundings, immersing yourself in the culture you will love it. Located right in the middle of shops it's central to everything. The staff bends over backwards to accommodate you. The breakfast was local and authentic. The room had the basic necessities, a bed. A shower. Hot water. After climbing Manchu Piccu all day and the train ride up, what else do you need? The stark white linens and comforter (softer than swan feathers I might add), plus the cute key with a Peruvian doll attached made for an aestically pleasing stay. The walls are a bit thin, and you should close your curtains because our room allowed a full view of the open communal area. This airy feel added to the ambiance for me.
Note: no elevators, and it's located on a steep hill if you have issues preventing that. But my has had several surgeries and she made it up and down just fine. I visited in April about a year and a half ago, but that wasn't an option on the timeline. Lol I would love to sleep here again.
You can take transportation or walk to Machu Piccu from this hotel.