Mollepata is in Peru.
There are couple of restaurants at Mollepata, so you will not die of hunger. On Sundays there is a market on the central square, where you can get a decent meal for 8 soles.
Apu Tilca Restaurant TurísticoThere is no Hospedache sign, but staying here is a pleasure. Rooms are nicely painted and floors have good tiles. There is still no Wi-Fi and only cold showers, but bathrooms are modern and clean. Lights works fine, but for an unknown reason, electricity sockets at rooms do not, so you have to charge your mobile devices in the dining room. Owners are friendly and can arrange transportation for you to Cusco or Soraypampa (80 soles). Breakfast is not included, but can be arranged for 8 (continental) or 10 soles (American). If knocking on the main door does not work, try the red gate from the right side.
Hospedaje Chokequirao MollepataThis place is mentioned mainly for completeness and emergency backup. Rooms are big, beds are hard and may have some bugs. Toilets do not have seats and flushing does not work. Cold showers have a floor from ancient concrete. There is a cow in the courtyard. Run by two friendly elderly people, who may sleep during the day, so knock hard on the wooden gate to get in.
There are two internet cafes at the bottom of the main square.
- arrange a taxi a day in advance for 80 soles per car
- go together with luggage of tourists agencies at officially 9a.m. (more often at 10a.m.) for 10-20 soles per person