Cusco Hotels

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Guests of the Abittare Hotel get to stay in a recently renovated colonial mansion. It’s right across the street from Qorikancha, Cusco’s most iconic Inca monument.
Just three blocks from the Plaza de Armas, you can stay at a charming B&B called El Retablo, a 2-story home that celebrates vibrant local art with handwoven tapestries and colorful murals. From here, you can quickly walk to bars, restaurants, and cafes.
This boutique hotel offers rooms in a beautifully restored 19th-century mansion. Built near the ruins of an Inca fortress, Palacio Manco Capac gives you space to reach out and touch Cusco’s legendary past.
Hotel Antigua Casona San Blas offers accommodations in a renovated 19th-century church. This is a boutique hotel, with 14 attractive rooms.
With a room at Tierra Viva Cusco Centro hotel, you’ll be right in the middle of the bustling, historic town of Cusco. Cusco was an important town for the Inca, and it has remained a center for Peruvian culture to this day.
Sonesta Posada del Inca is located just a few steps away from Cusco’s main square. With first-class lodging and authentic Peruvian hospitality, this hotel offers travelers an excellent choice in the heart of Cusco.
The San Agustin Plaza is set across from the Inca sun temple in Cusco. The hotel has clean, modern rooms and a nice breakfast buffet.
San Agustin El Dorado is set within the historic district of Cusco between the main square and the Temple of the Sun. From this location you’ll be able to enjoy all that Cusco has to offer.
Maytaq Wasin is a boutique hotel located just steps away from Cusco’s baroque cathedrals and Incan monuments.
A 5-star hotel in the heart of historical Cusco, the JW Marriott Hotel Cusco offers architecturally breathtaking accommodations very close to the main attractions of this important city.
Hotel Jose Antonio is located just south of downtown Cusco. Cusco is a popular destination because of its many religious festivals and close proximity to Machu Picchu.
Casa Andina Cusco Private Collection is located in a beautiful 18th-century house in Cusco. The hotel has a lovely layout, comfortable rooms and a central location.
The Belmond Hotel Monasterio is found in Cusco, Peru. This beautiful and historic hotel is centrally located in Cusco.
Just two blocks from the heart of the fascinating city of Cusco, this renovated mansion offers luxury service and loads of period art for your perusal.
Casa Esmeralda has 18 rooms near the heart of Cusco’s historic district. This is a boutique hotel with a bright interior designed to feel like a home-away-from-home.
Quinta San Blas is named for the San Blas neighborhood, which has a reputation as Cusco’s artsy neighborhood. This is a boutique hotel and is located walking distance from Cusco’s most popular attractions.
Sueños del Inka puts you steps from some of the most important historic sites in Cusco, where you’ll see many monuments to the culture clash between the Spanish and the Inca.
Hotel Novotel is located in the historic center of Cusco. This hotel is contemporary and has an excellent breakfast buffet.
Tierra Viva Cusco Plaza is centrally located in Cusco, Peru. This hotel is cozy and set within a remodeled colonial house.
Hotel Rojas Inn works to capture the look and feel of the colonial era, preserving the inn’s history as first an 18th-century home and then a monastery. It’s located just a couple of blocks north of Cusco’s historic epicenter, the Plaza Mayor. On walks around your hotel, you’ll run into impressive remnants of the city’s intertwined colonial and Inca history.
Hotel Mabey Cusco is located in Cusco, Peru. The hotel is a good budget option in Cusco.
Located in central Cusco, Hostal Cusco Plaza I is the ideal home base for an exploration of the imperial city of the Inca. This hotel is as cozy on the inside as it is bustling and exciting on the outside.
The Taypikala Hotel is located near the sun temple in Cusco, Peru. This hotel has a tranquil atmosphere and pleasant rooms.
Integrating stone motifs throughout common spaces while keeping the overall feel very contemporary, Sonesta Hotel Cusco was renovated for a 2010 reopening. It’s a modern place to stay while exploring the historic and adventurous attractions of Cusco.
Los Portales Hotel Cusco is in one of the best parts of the city for visitors, located within walking distance of the city’s top historic and architectural attractions. This part of the city also has a number of museums where you can learn more about the history of the area.
The Cusco Plaza II is a hotel located just three minutes from the Plaza de Armas in Cusco, Peru. The hotel is set within a refurbished colonial home and offers guests a complimentary breakfast each day.
Casa de Fray Bartolomé has colonial architecture that will make visitors feel close to Cusco’s fascinating history. Guests can choose from 21 cozy rooms.
El Mercado Hotel Boutique has 31 comfortable, modern rooms in a traditional, courtyard-style home. The communal area has decor that channels local folk art right along shabby chic furnishings. There’s also an outdoor patio with a similar atmosphere and shady areas to spend a quiet moment with a book. This boutique hotel is located a short walk from some of the city’s top historic attractions.
Casa San Blas puts you just a few steps from the 12-angled stone, a famous example of Inca masonwork. You’ll see plenty of examples of the blend of Inca and Spanish architecture in the vicinity, and staying in the historic city center makes it way for you to pack your vacation with history and art. The hotel is designed to blend in with the historic look of the neighborhood, and is in one of the first boutique hotels to open in Cusco.
SPIRIT OF THE WATER CUSCO TO PUNO (1 night, 1 day) An overnight escape aboard the stylish carriages of Belmond Andean Explorer departing from Cusco, across the giant peaks and wide open spaces of the highest plains of the Andes to reach Lake Titicaca – birthplace of the Incas. \Only operates on Tuesdays
All aboard the train hotel! You can choose from two different routes. One begins in Arequipa, continues to Puno, and ends in Cusco. The other travels the reverse route. You’ll make stops to tour Lake Titicaca and other points of interest along the way— these allow you to explore as well as stretch your legs. You’ll be accompanied by expert guides. \Only operates Thursdays
From the luxuriant spa to its neo-Andean restaurant and every one of its 203 classy guest rooms, Palacio del Inca showcases extravagance. The hotel welcomes you from the heart of historic Cusco.
Tierra Viva San Blas offers 24 cozy and clean rooms in a renovated colonial building. San Blas is one of Cusco’s most visually inspiring neighborhoods, brimming with displays of the area’s native artistic talent. San Blas is also known as one of the city’s more relaxed neighborhoods, with plenty of excellent views of the city and places to stop for a good meal.
This boutique hotel has preserved the original, colonial architecture of the home. While you’re here, you can quickly get to to some of the Cusco’s most interesting sites, all while staying in a building that has its own unique place in the city’s history.
Hotel Torre Dorada is just outside of Cusco’s historic center. It’s conveniently located just 10 minutes from the airport.
With its rustic, colonial exterior, the Tierra Viva Saphi hotel will take visitors back in time. It is, in fact, a remodeled colonial residence from the 17th century. Inside, you’ll find 21 modern rooms, made to serve as a comfortable retreat from busy downtown Cusco.
Inkaterra La Casona Cusco is an exquisite hotel in central Cusco. Set within a 16th-century colonial mansion, Inkaterra La Casona is easily one of the best hotels in Cusco.
Hotel Wakapunku is located just two blocks from Cusco’s main plaza. This boutique hotel is warm and inviting.
Book a room at Costa del Sol Ramada so you can be steps away from Cusco’s historic downtown. The hotel itself is a renovated 17th-century mansion, complete with a romantic courtyard and stately archways.