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Sacred Valley Hotel - Kuychi Rumi?

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We're planning a last-minute trip to the Machu Picchu area in May with our sons, 19 and 22. I have been before (back in the day), but this is the first time for the rest of the family. Sadly, we have just eight days, which means six days and nights on the ground, and we're planning:

3 nights Sacred Valley (to acclimatize and tour)
1 night MP (stay in Aguas Calientes)
2 nights Cusco

Many hotels are sold out for our dates (including all the spa resorts). We can get a bungalow at Kuychi Rumi, which gets glowing reviews on TA, especially for service, but is not in a town (2k from Urubamba). Has anyone stayed there? Would we be better off in Ollantantambo, where we can walk around? Recommendations and opinions appreciated.

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