A Machu Picchu vacation is a unique experience, and guests traveling with children will need a certain kind of hotel to meet their specific needs. Inka Wonder is that kind of hotel. Cozy guestrooms can accommodate two guests. Each room comes complete with flat screen televisions, private bathrooms and air-conditioning. The onsite restaurant serves a variety of local favorites and internationally inspired meals. A licensed tour guide is now required to visit Machu Picchu and these tours can be booked through the front desk. Private and group tours are available.
Our Editor Loves
- Tour guides
- Family rooms
- Shuttle service
- Horse Back Riding
- Free Breakfast
- Onsite Dining
by Sophie B
Kevin on the front desk was brilliantly helpful and he was the best thing about our stay there. The rooms were clean and comfortable.
When we stayed at Inka Wonder they were doing building work so there was a lot of noise until late and furniture/materials being carried through the building. This did result in an upgrade to a private room though, so not all bad!
Also - the restaurant was completely flooded when we got up at 4am for our breakfast - it is attached to a balcony and there had been heavy rainfall so we were literally up to our ankles as we sat down to eat! Breakfast was very basic. But we were eating early in the morning so it's nice they provided it at all.
The security was pretty poor - overnight front door was wide open with no one on the desk, and when the hostel "looks after" your bags they're in an unlocked cupboard, anyone could walk in and take them.
Inka Wonder does seem to have strangely perfect reviews which convinced us to book it, but this one is hopefully balanced enough to be useful!
This is a great Hostel for one or a few nights. The rooms are clean and the beds really comfortable. Special thanks to Kevin! You helped me alot and gave me many good tips for the city! Well done :) can recommend it to anyone!