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The hotel is distinguished by its 3 interior patios with wooden balconies. The principal patio, featuring a gurgling stone fountain, is one of Cusco’s emblematic colonial courtyards.
In the heart of colonial Cusco, overlooking the small Limacpampa square & just 3 blocks from Cusco’s Plaza de Armas and 10 minutes from Cusco’s airport. Within walking distance of Cusco’s top sights, shopping and dining, and just a block-and-a-half from one of Cusco’s most famous sights: Koricancha, the Incas’ indelible Temple of the Sun.
80 Superior Rooms
1 Imperial Suite
The hotel’s 94 rooms are removed from the street and ring 3 interior colonial-style courtyards with wooden balconies. Rooms include Superior, Suites and Imperial Suites. oxygen is available in all rooms of the hotel (a bonus for guests having difficulty adapting to the high altitude).
Superior Rooms occupy adjoining colonial-style structures around 2 interior patios, while Suites and Imperial Suites are located in the hotel’s original colonial manor house and open onto the principal courtyard.
Ample (24 m² / 258 sq. ft) and warmly decorated, with 2 full-size or 1 King beds and wall-to-wall carpeting; many feature peaked ceilings. All have breakfast tables as well as writing desks.
Very spacious (48 m² / 516 sq. ft), with Super King beds and separate living areas/work spaces.
Enormous (61 m² / 651 sq. ft), with separate living rooms, high, peaked wood-beam ceilings, exposed original frescoes, and a contemporary design touch lent by large modern “disc” lamps.
Several suites overlook both the interior courtyard and the small plaza out front, and 2 have wooden balconies overlooking the plaza.
The gourmet restaurant is one of the most elegant dining experiences in Cusco. It sprawls across 4 colonial salons, decorated with romantic candelabras, wrought-iron chandeliers, and Cusco School colonial paintings. Chef Javier Morante’s menu emphasizes creative Novo Andino (New Andean) fare and local ingredients, including world-famous produce from the Sacred Valley – which served as the Incas’ breadbasket.
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