Aguas Calientes

25 Oct 2019 - 26 Oct 2019

2 guests - 1 room

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The best hotels in Aguas Calientes

Reviewed by travellers for travellers like you, the three top-rated hotels in Aguas Calientes are Ecopackers Machupicchu Hostel, Eco Machu Picchu Pueblo and Machupicchu Guest House.


Where to stay in Aguas Calientes

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Hotels near Machu Picchu

Hotels near Estación de buses a Machu Picchu

Hotels near Taypikala Boutique Machupicchu


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What are travellers saying about Aguas Calientes?

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Mario Valdez
Mario ValdezPhoenix

If you're going to Machu Picchu, then odds are you'll have some downtime here. Take the time to walk around the town, and see some of the beautiful statues/artwork.

Caroline Carlos
Caroline CarlosSan Jose

If you don't want to rough it and camp outside when visiting Machu Picchu, you don't really have many options as to where to stay...except in Aguas Calientes. Some people will tell you it's a hole; and although there isn't much there, considering where you are and what you're here for, it's really not all that bad. In fact, there are some decent restaurants and bakeries, and the accommodations are surprisingly nice compared to what I'd read about (and feared) before coming. It's nothing remotely close to the major metros of the world, but it is remote. Given that you'd likely only be here for Machu Picchu anyway (the town is here solely to cater to tourists), does it really matter?

Yogic Traveler ❀
Yogic Traveler ❀Puerto Vallarta

The small town at the foot of Machu Picchu completely set up for tourists coming to visit the world famous site.

Katie Pierce
Katie PierceBoston

There's a thing as too touristy that is precisely what Aguas Calientes is. It lacks the charm of Cusco, but remains frenetically busy due to it being the stopping point to Machu Picchu. I got good deals in the markets here, but overall I was not impressed. It's not worth sticking around in. Other than the market, the only redeeming factor for me was the river area, which reminded me of the gorges and flumes of New Hampshire. I would've loved to see more of that beauty in the town itself.


The least expensive month is October, with an average of £34 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Aguas Calientes is November, with an average price of £40 per night.
The average price of a hotel in October last year was £36 per night. This is the same as the average nightly price seen over the previous 12 months.
In Aguas Calientes, the expected average temperature in October is 14.3°C/57.7°F. The warmest month is typically November, which averages 21.9°C/71.4°F. The coolest month is July, with temperatures averaging 1.1°C/34.0°F.
The nearest airport to Aguas Calientes is Machu Picchu (MFT) (3.83 miles). Other nearby airports include: Cuzco (46.00 miles)

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