Cusco is found within the Southern Highlands of Peru. This city has a long and storied past that extends to both Spanish-colonial and Incan times—in some places Spanish churches were built on top of Inca walls. While here you can visit colonial churches, Inca temples, and museums. There are an array of restaurants, bars and cafés to try out, as well as various shops and markets to peek into.
San Agustin El Dorado is a quaint hotel in central Cusco. It’s set within an older, well maintained building—this gives it a cozy atmosphere. It’s easy to walk to restaurants, shops, and attractions from here. The staff is friendly and guests are offered a welcome drink upon arrival.
The rooms here are clean and simply decorated. The private bathrooms have hot water showers, toiletries, and a hair dryer. All rooms are equipped with a cable TV, Wi-Fi access, and an international telephone. You can store your passport and other valuables in a safety deposit box, and keeps drinks cold in a mini-fridge. The suites have a sitting area and the hotel also has connecting rooms, which is convenient for families or groups of friends.
A complementary breakfast buffet – complete with cereal, fresh fruit, and juice – is served each morning. The hotel’s nuevo Andean restaurant serves meals throughout the rest of the day. El Dorado’s lobby bar has a casual setting and is a pleasant place to have a drink or chat with friends. Try one of their pisco sours.
There are nice communal sitting areas and public computers that guests can use to write emails or catch up on news. Coca tea – a great way to combat altitude sickness – is also offered in the lobby.