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This safe colonial-style guest house is often full. It has stuffy rooms (very few singles) with hot-water showers. There’s a glassed-in courtyard too.

Peru. Lonely Planet. 2007, p 240.

One of the best budget hostals in Cusco, the Suecia II is located only 2 blocks from the main Plaza de Armas in a safe part of town. The owners are a friendly elderly couple who give the hostal a family atmosphere. The hostal is a beautiful colonial style building with plenty of plants and is very light and spacious. It´s a good meeting place for trekkers looking for companions for the Inca Trail. They serve breakfast from 05:30. There´s a notice board. You can leave luggage with good security procedures.

From: www.andeantravel.com June 29, 2006.

This safe, popular colonial-style place has friendly staff and a central position (no huffing and puffing to get here). There is a reliable hot water and a glassed-in courtyard.

South America on a shoestring. Lonely Planet 2004, p 846.

This safe, popular, colonial-style place has friendly staff and a central position (no huffing and puffing to get here). Is often full. There is reliable hot water and glassed-in courtyard for snacks and hanging out. However, rooms are slightly stuffy and there are very few singles.

Peru. Lonely Planet. 2004, p. 183

Without bath, good beds and blankets, good security, breakfast US 1.50 from 0500, beautiful building, good meeting place, best to book in advance (but if full they will find alternative accommodation, which may not be as good).

South American Handbook. Footprint, 2002, p 1338.

Make a left at the top of Procuradores and follow the street around the corner. Cushier than the original, with welcoming rooms, hot water, and a bright interior courtyard.

Let`s go. Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador, 2001, p 101

The popular colonial-style Hostal Suecia 2 has friendly staff and is often full. There is hot water and a pleasant glassed-in courtyard for snacks and hanging out. There are very few singles, though some rooms sleep up to five. A few cheaper rooms lack bathrooms.

Peru. Lonely Planet. Travel Survival Kit, 1996, p 245.