Hotels in Cuzco
As a major tourist destination, hotels in Cuzco range from reliable mid-range hotels and hostels to unparalleled luxury accommodations, some located in historic buildings that mirror the archeological magnificence of the city’s Inca ruins. These Cuzco hotel listings will help you find just the right place to spend the night during your visit to Peru’s most sacred sites.
One of the best hotels in Cuzco is Inkaterra La Casona, a luxury Cuzco hotel located in a renovated grand colonial building and featuring rustic accents like carved doors, stone fireplaces and Andean textiles. Another, the Hotel Monasterio, has more than 100 rooms arranged around landscaped 16th-century cloisters, a chapel with original gold-leaf paintings, and modern amenities and two high-end restaurants to offset all that history. The Hotel Rio Sagrado, where cottage-style rooms are accented with embroidery from Peru’s Ayacucho region and hammocks are set amid rushing waterfalls. Casa Cartagena is an Italian boutique hotel that features impeccable modern amenities and boasts a prodigious pedigree – according to management, Neruda and Che Guevara both stayed at the historic mansion when it was a meager pension lodging.
Stay in this converted colonial mansion in Cuzco.
Stay in one of the 4-star bungalows.
A block block from the historic Plaza de Armas, the latest carbon-neutral property from Peruvian hotel group Inkaterra is secreted behind a massive green door on tiny Plazuela Las Nazarenas, which it shares with the famous Hotel Monasterio and the Museo de Arte Precolombino.
In the Andean capital of Cuzco, this 16th-century former Jesuit seminary—a relic of Spanish colonial architecture with two landscaped courtyards and covered arcades—has been transformed by Orient-Express Hotels.
From the arcaded slate lobby to the exposed ancient Inca wall in the atmospheric Rumi Bar, this historic city-hotel echoes the impressive Koricancha (Incan temple to the sun), with its unique stone features, located just across the street.