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Hotels in Cusco

The heart of the Inca Empire was the city of Cusco. In Inca times the city was full of gold covered temples and large plazas where important ceremonies were held. When the Spanish arrived in the 15th Century they changed Cusco into a Spanish Colonial city and is what we see today. The city is filled with Spanish churches that are wonderfully ornate and feature paintings from the Cusco art school started by the Spanish. The city has much to see and do and worth a few days at least of your holiday time. Cusco features the most beautiful hotels in all of South America, most housed in Spanish Colonial houses that have been refurbished but have all the modern necessities. One of the best is the Belmond Monasterio, close to the main square the hotel is has a delightful patio where you can have your breakfast. You must visit the small church that is wonderfully decorated with art and gold. The rooms are decorated in the colonial style and the property features some fine dining restaurants. Located on the opposite side of the square is the Aranwa Hotel, another historic hotel with a fine art collection, the hotel is five-star luxury at its best and is worth a visit even if you are not staying. There are some great four star properties in Cusco, for example the Costa del Sol, the Casa Andina Private Collection and for something different The Fallen Angel Guesthouse. The guesthouse only has five rooms each decorated in an individual style. Cusco is the perfect place to base yourself for your Cusco, Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu experience.

4-Star Hotels

FALLEN ANGEL GUESTHOUSE CUSCO For something completely different try the Fallen Angel Guesthouse, located in the heart of the city of Cusco in a magnificent 17th Century Colonial House. There are only 5 rooms. Each room is designed in a particular way (contemporary eclectic). It is like traveling in a dream through the five continents....

CASA ANDINA PREMIUM CUSCO The Casa Andina Premium Cusco is strategically located and beautiful hotel just a few blocks from the Main Square (Plaza de Armas), ideal place to initiate visits of the surroundings, cultural walks to the tourist places more known like the Cathedral of Cuzco or the convent Santo Domingo and to discover...

COSTA DEL SOL RAMADA CUSCO Divided into a colonial and a contemporary wing, it combines stone arcades, a beautiful courtyard with a pool and some murals typical of 17th century architecture, with the comforts of a contemporary hotel. It conserves colonial details, such as, for example, the rooms have high beamed ceilings and wooden gates....

5-Star Hotels

CASA CARTAGENA CUSCO This luxury hotel in Cusco, located in the heart of the city has been declared a world heritage site by UNESCO. An intimate refuge consisting of only sixteen ample and homely suites which combine to perfection modern and ancient, luxurious and historical. The exclusive suites are distributed symmetrically surrounding a dreamlike patio...

BELMOND PALACIO NAZARENAS CUSCO Step past walls of Inca stones and into a cloistered courtyard with an ancient fountain at its heart. But within these timeless walls, contemporary Cusco comes to life. Find a fabulous spa, the city's first outdoor pool and stylish restaurants serving cutting-edge local cuisine. This intimate urban retreat has just 55...

PALACIO DEL INKA HOTEL CUSCO A storied mansion dating back nearly five centuries, Palacio del Inka stands in the historic center of Cusco. Directly across from the Koricancha (Temple of the Sun), it is a five-minute walk from the main square and less than a mile from an array of museums, markets and restaurants. The...

MONASTERIO HOTEL CUSCO Moments from Plaza de Armas is an ancient monastery that has been at the heart of the city for centuries. Dine by candlelight among the cloisters; explore interiors rich with art and antiques; uncover the secrets of Peru’s national drink with a pisco lesson. Belmond Hotel Monasterio is a true jewel in...

ARANWA BOUTIQUE HOTEL CUSCO This Hotel is the essence of luxury and comfort in the heart of the Inca city. A museum hotel built in a colonial mansion of the XVI century, which houses more than 300 pieces of art between paintings of the Cuzco school, colonial sculptures and carvings which transport us to the greatness...