A massive stone door—that's what Rumi Punku means in Quechua—opens onto a rambling complex of balconies, patios, gardens, courtyards, terraces, fireplace, and bits of Inca wall scattered here and there linking a series of pleasantly furnished rooms with hardwood floors and comfy beds covered with plush blankets. The top-level sauna and gym has stupendous views of the city. The Rumi Punku Superior section offers slightly larger, more lavish rooms, but everyone can enjoy
lounging in the cafeteria and courtyards. There is hot water 24 hours a day.