Families who stay at the Ccapac Inka Ollanta will be able to explore ancient Inca ruins, wander the old city’s cobblestone streets, and visit the Archeological Museum. The hotel is located is South Peru’s Sacred Valley and boasts rooms spacious enough to accommodate four guests. Children’s cribs can also be requested to accommodate the tiniest of travelers. Each rustic room at the Ccapac Inka Ollanta is equipped with a private bathroom, carpeted floors, and clothing storage. The onsite restaurant serves a variety of local and international delicacies, and a complimentary breakfast is served every morning. Kids will enjoy hiking, biking, and playing board games.
Our Editor Loves
- Extra cribs
- Central location
- Shuttle services
- Children Programs
- Family Room 5+
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
by Megan C
You must understand what this place is in order to truly appreciate it. It is basically a hotel in someone's home, and run by the family. I was a little taken aback by this at first because I didn't realize going in, but once I understood, I actually really liked it. The family cooks the breakfast for you to order, offering fresh eggs as you like them, a large breakfast. They have a wonderful garden with flowers and dogs/cats. It was located about 5 min walk out of the main hustle and bustle of the town, which I actually kind of liked. It was quiet. My first room was a little strange I'll admit (the window was a glass window that opened up to a lobby) so that my curtains had to be always closed. Request that you get a room with a window to outside. While the decor was a bit outdated, the bed was SO comfortable, the wifi was some of the best I had actually, and the shower was very hot! Everyone was really nice here. It was affordable, too.
by Jake K
We decided to stay in Ollantaytambo on our way back from Machu. It was going to be too late to see the ruins so an overnight stay was the only option.
First, dont expect anyone to pick you up unless you prearrange a $ deal over the internet and thats going to require a bit of spanish on your behalf.
Dont expect any taxi in town present at the train to take you anywhere other then Cusco. Look for the motorcycle taxis or be prepared to walk maybe 20-30 mins depending on your fitness level.
The “hotel” is a 5 min walk from the archeological site. Its also someones house, with a few chickens in the backyard and regular neighbours around.
Having said that and assuming you’re into something different, its a pretty big house, colorfully decorated, giving you the full local experience. I think theres 12 rooms?
All with washrooms with showers, hot water was warm but everything worked and everything was clean. Room decor was 80’s inspired. Rooms do not have TVs.
3 rooms on the main floor open up onto the hotel lobby and reception area. The 3 rooms on the 1st floor open up onto the lounge / TV common area. Other rooms are further back and probably quieter although on the main floor, they will be close to the kitchen. All our co/guests were spanish speakers as is the friendly staff. Felt very safe there and the breakfast was excellent. Nice patio and outdoor area, complete with kittens, puppies, birds etc grab a chair, sip your coffee and soak up what real rural Peru has to offer, all in the shadow of ruins mostly bypassed by most tourists which should not be missed. Surprisingly good wifi.
Instead of taking the train back, we arranged a taxi to come and get us from Cusco, yes they do that!
For about 100$ US, our guy Marco took us
to Ollantaytambo ruins, Morey, Maras, Chinchero and to our hotel in Cusco by 7pm
Best way to get around on your schedule.