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.
During your stay at Tierra Viva San Blas, you won’t have to look very far to learn more about the area’s fascinating history. At Iglesia San Blas, first opened in 1544, stop in to admire the altar, hewn from a solitary tree trunk. Learn more about the religious art you’ll see in Cusco at the nearby Museo de Arte Religioso, home to a beautiful collection of 17th and 18th century religious paintings. For more modern history, visit San Blas’ Museo de La Coca, and find out about the role that the coca leaf has traditionally played in Peruvian culture.
Tierra Viva wants to keep you comfortable during your stay. Cusco is at a high altitude, so to alleviate any altitude sickness you might experience, the hotel supplies free oxygen. The hotel also offers medical assistance. You can ask the accommodating staff at Tierra Viva about using the laundry service and getting your currency exchanged. It can get chilly in the mountains, so Tierra Viva provides heating in all of the rooms. Connect to the Wi-Fi in in common areas, as well as in your bedroom. Guests can also help themselves to the amenities at the business center, stocked with both computers and printers.
Skins of colorful yarn on the wall brighten the simply decorated accommodations. Keep your clothes out of the way with the wardrobe in your room, and stay on task using the ample desk. Let the orthopedic mattress the LCD TV help you unwind at the end of the day. If you need to make a call home, every room comes with a phone that can make international calls. Your room at Tierra Viva will have a private bathroom, supplied with hot water and a hair dryer.
All the rooms at Tierra Viva face the courtyards, a great place to lounge in the sun or dine alfresco. In the hotel lobby, the decorating scheme reflects the quirky sensibilities of the artsy neighborhood. Lively patterns on the furniture and carpet give the hotel a bohemian chic, while the religious art on the walls represents the building’s original, colonial aesthetic. Your stay comes with a bountiful buffet breakfast, stocked with a variety of fruit, Andean foods, and cereals.
1 King bed
1 King bed
1 King bed
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