When you come to the ancient capital of the Inca empire, you will be surprised by the wide variety of exclusive, luxury, and international trademark hotels in Cusco. Belmond, JW Marriott, Hilton, and Novotel, besides local brands like Casa Cartagena, Inkaterra hotels, and Aranwa. These are a few examples of how you undoubtedly will find an ideal option for you and your family! The millennial Inca capital hosts quaint colonial churches, cozy cobbled alleys, imposing palace and Inca fortresses, and the fantastic Machu Picchu. All this without mentioning that it is home to a skyline that will remind you of ancient European cities. For this reason, together with the travel experts of Machu Travel Peru, we have prepared a small article about the best hotels in Cusco for you to plan a dream vacation in this magical city.

Meet the 15 best hotels in Cusco

1. Belmond Palacio Nazarenas

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  • Stars: 5 stars
  • Address: Plazoleta Nazarenas 223, Cusco, Peru
  • Rooms: 55 suites (it doesn`t have rooms)
  • Main services: Spa Hypnoze, bar Bistro, restaurant Senzo, Pisco Sour sessions, outdoor heated swimming pool
  • Tefl: +51 084 582 222
  • Website: www.palacionazarenas.com

This hotel is one of the most beautifully decorated in Cusco. It is located just one block from the Hotel Monasterio. It is in the same square that gives its name “Nazarenas” just behind the Cusco cathedral. Similar to the Monasterio Hotel, the Nazarenas Hotel is an ancient Carmelite cloister given in concession to the luxury hotel chain “Belmond.” In the same way, the hotel chain maintained and refurbished ancient furniture, tables, and chairs of the ancient monastery. Whit mentions the general structure of the colonial building, too. Trying to keep that atmosphere of religiosity, peace, and calm.

Nowadays, the property has spa facilities, charming colonial gardens, and a beautiful swimming pool. All of them are distributed along its 7 well-maintained courtyards. Its rooms are elegantly decorated with antiques (objects that belonged to the same monastery), besides the quaint frescoes that decorate its bathrooms. But don’t be fooled; its rooms combine history with modernity! All of them have the modern comforts you will need: an assisted oxygen system, air conditioning, heater, and Wi-Fi, among others. Also, the bar Bistro, the restaurant Senzo (whose menu was elaborated by the renowned Peruvian chef Virgilio Martinez), and the spa Hypnoze offer the best quality service to the guests of the 55 suites of this hotel. (Yes, it doesn’t have rooms, it has suites). Not to mention that each suite has a butler in charge of the necessities of the guests.

For this reason, before starting your walking tour in Cusco, it is a good idea to localize the hotels that are located in the historic center to have all the attractions just a step away. This luxury hotel is the perfect example.

2. Belmond Hotel Monasterio

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  • Stars: 5 stars
  • Address: Plazoleta Nazarenas 337, Cusco, Peru
  • Rooms: 122 rooms
  • Main services: Cooking class, Opera in restaurant Tupay, a colonial chapel to celebrate weddings, and collection of Escuela Cusqueña paintings
  • Telf: +51 084 604 000
  • Website: www.hotelmonasterio.com

The Belmond Monasterio is a luxurious five-star hotel that you cannot miss on your visit. It was the first of its kind in the city (1997). Its furniture, armchairs, and tables in Renaissance style fit perfectly with the beautiful Spanish colonial structure. The hotel was an ancient monastery dedicated to the order of San Antonio Abad. Centuries later, the place was completely renovated by a luxury European hotel chain, “Belmond.” They tried to maintain all the furniture belonging to the ancient monastery besides the same structure. The result is a mix of luxury, comfort, and history. Also, the hotel has the biggest particular collection of Escuelas Cusqueñas (Cusco schools). The Escuelas Cusqueñas are religious and Andean-themed paintings made with a unique artistic style and recognized around the world.

Its main patio is rectangular, with an ancient cedar 300 years old in its center. Likewise, the style of the old Spanish colonial mansions. And its 122 rooms border it on two levels.  Each one has a system of continued oxygenation to acclimatize the body faster to the altitude. For all these reasons, being able to stay in this place is, without a doubt, one of the best things to do in Cusco. And if you don’t have the budget, at least visit the place and have afternoon tea or a cocktail inside. Its restaurants and guided visits are open to everybody and guided by the same hotel personnel.

3. JW Marriott El Convento Cusco

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  • Stars: 5 stars
  • Address:  Calle Ruinas 432, Cusco, Peru
  • Rooms: 153 rooms
  • Main services: Spa, jacuzzi, swimming pool, cooking class, Qespi restaurant & bar, Nina Soncco Lounge, 5 luxury salons for celebrations, and much more
  • Telf: +51 084 582 200
  • Website: www.marriott.com

The JW Marriott came to Cusco in 2013, refurbishing an ancient colonial convent of San Agustín from the 16th century. The American trademark is very close to the Cusco main square, just two blocks away. Like the predecessors on this list, the company respected the original structure of the convent and restored the original furniture. Currently, these pieces of furniture are part of the hotel decoration. For this reason, the JW Marriott Cusco has Inca walls restored inside some rooms. Besides, a mini-museum of ancient Peruvian objects is distributed along the hotel.

The hotel’s 153 rooms and suites are decorated with Andean touches. And their atmosphere is mixed with modern oxygenation systems. These systems are useful for acclimatizing the body more quickly to the altitude. Also, the suites and rooms have air conditioning, marble bathrooms, Wi-Fi, and other services. Not only are its rooms great to look at, but also its public areas, such as its beautiful central patio or the reception area, which has one of the most fabulous Swarovski diamond curtains you will see around the world. But don’t worry, if you are not a guest, you can still visit this beautiful hotel! Because there is a daily tour to learn about the history and facilities of the building. Also, the JW Marriott Cusco has a spa, jacuzzi, and swimming pool.

Without mentioning the Qespi restaurant for Peruvian fusion food. And the Nina Soncco Lounge, where the guests will prepare the glorious Pisco Sour, and 5 luxury salons to host weddings, particular celebrations, and much more. A great option in the Imperial city to rest and enjoy Cusco!

4. Palacio del Inca

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  • Stars: 5 stars
  • Address:  Calle Santo Domingo 259, Cusco, Peru
  • Rooms: 154 rooms (17 of them are suits)
  • Main services:   A large gym, the Andes Sprit Spa, a heated and covered therapy pool, and the Inti Raymi restaurant
  • Telf: +51 084 231 961
  • Website:  www.palaciodelinca.com

Right in front of Coricancha (ancient Inca sun temple) and the Church of Santo Domingo is the Palacio del Inca. On what was the old Plaza del Sol (Inca times) and the house of the four busts (colonial times). Therefore, the infrastructure of this 5-century hotel is in one of the best areas of the Cusco tourist map. It was formerly known as the Hotel Libertador. But now, it changed its name to “Palacio del Inca, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Cusco.” It is decorated in a beautiful Spanish colonial style, and it respects its Inca walls. These were inherited from the old Inca Plaza del Sol. Its distribution of environments respects the original disposition of the rooms and salons of the 4 Busts Mansion. The Spanish built this mansion to conquer the Inca Plaza del Sol.

The hotel has some of the best examples of Spanish antiques in Cusco. It also has a beautiful collection of Escuela Cusqueña paintings distributed in its luxury large patio, reception, waiting areas, and rooms. Its more than 150 rooms are located between beautiful gardens. These are decorated with ornate beds, marble bathrooms, and all necessary modern services. Some of them even have balconies with amazing views of the Andes!

In addition, it has 17 suites in the area of the ancient 4 busts house. Its most essential services are the large gym and the Andes Spirit Spa with first-line treatments. Whitout mentions its heated and covered therapy pool and the Inti Raymi restaurant, which has national and international dishes, among others. It is a fantastic option for your luxury vacation in Peru.

5. La Casona by Inkaterra

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  • Stars: 5 stars
  • Address: Plazoleta Nazarenas 221, Cusco, Peru
  • Rooms: 11 suites
  • Main services:   Exclusive restaurant of Novo Andean cuisine, spa with massage sessions on demand, private tour guides on demand in Cusco and Sacred Valley
  • Telf: +51 084 245 314
  • Website:  www.inkaterra.com

Another exclusive option for enjoying hotels in Cusco is La Casona by Inkaterra. This is the first boutique hotel implemented by the recognized Peruvian hotel chain “Inkaterra.” The hotel was refurbished on an ancient Cusco mansion of the XVI century. It has 11 exclusive suites with independent and oversized bathtubs, heated floors, fireplaces, colorful Andean textiles on the walls, and LED TV Wi-Fi, among other amenities.

Travelers seeking refuge will appreciate colorful furniture with Andean styles in its public areas. Besides pre-Columbian textiles, original murals, antique chandeliers, and baroque-style wooden columns are other charming decorations. It also has a delicious restaurant that specializes in traditional Peruvian dishes, besides offering daily buffet breakfasts and tea parties. The other primary services are a Spa with massage sessions on demand and private tour guides on demand to explore Cusco and the Sacred Valley. La Casona by Inkaterra is definitely an excellent option for the different hotels in Cusco.

6. Aranwa Boutique Hotel

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  • Stars: 5 stars
  • Address: Calle San Juan de Dios 255, Cusco, Peru
  • Rooms: 115 rooms (14 suites among them)
  • Main services: Oxygenation sessions, buffet lunch and breakfast at Mishti restaurant, listening to old records on gramophones
  • Telf: +51 084 604 444
  • Website:  https://aranwahotels.com/en

As you can see, the safest zone to stay in Cusco is in its historic center or Centro Historico. This is because the majority of the high-quality hotels, restaurants, travel agency offices, and police stations are located there. Another of the hotels in Cusco Center that you cannot miss is the Aranwa boutique hotel. This is located in a Spanish colonial building that includes impressive religious works of art. Among them, we can mention paintings, sculptures, and crystal chandeliers. But what stands out the most is its collection of old records from the past century that can be listened to on old gramophones.

It is located just a few blocks from the main square and the Cusco Cathedral. The building itself has an unparalleled colonial charm, both in its rooms and in its public areas. Each room has luxurious bathrooms with comfortable rectangular marble bathtubs. Besides circular hydromassage, radiator heating systems, and intelligent oxygenation systems, among others. The public areas have furniture with luxury upholstery, beautiful frescoes on the walls, and bouquets of fresh flowers, without mentioning the fabulous Mishti restaurant and Khasikay bar, where you can taste the best of Peruvian food. Of course, the fabulous Pisco Sour could not be missed. Even if you decide to stay in the Sacred Valley, there is an Aranwa hotel where you can stay. Even if you don’t plan to stay, it is a hotel worth a visit to.

7. Casa Cartagena Hotel & Spa

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  • Stars: 4 stars
  • Address: Calle Pumacurco 336, Cusco, Peru
  • Rooms: 17 suites
  • Main services: Spa and massage services, gym, free transfer IN and OUT to the airport, outdoor pool, oxygenation system in the room, and butler service
  • Telf: +51 084 224 356
  • Website: www.casacartagena.com/en

With Machu Picchu, the attractions of Sacred Valley, the charms of the imperial city, and the natural marvels to developed adventure sports, Cusco is a worth-visiting destination. Happily, there are excellent hotels to stay in. And be close to everything, the Casa Cartagena Hotel & Spa is another perfect example. It is very close to the renowned Twelve Angles Stone in the historic center of Cusco. Compared to other establishments, it is a small hotel with 17 suites and private balconies overlooking the pool. The rooms also have a two-way oxygen enrichment system and butler service, as well as TVs, Wi-Fi, and luxury bathrooms.

This newly renovated mansion is one of the best options in luxury and exclusivity, and it is worth its visit. With its massage service and organic products at the Qoya Spa Cusco and its outdoor pool, relaxation and comfort are guaranteed. In addition, it is listed as one of the best hotels in Cusco, where you can spend your honeymoon. The hotel has all the luxury amenities you may be looking for. Free access to the gym, free shuttle services IN and OUT to the airport, business center, and laundry services, among others. All its rooms and suites have private balconies where guests can enjoy the views and a delicious breakfast. The delights of its restaurant, “La Chola,” are one of the unmissable things that you have to get to try!

8. Ramada by Wyndham Costa del Sol Cusco

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  • Stars: 4 stars
  • Address: Calle Santa Teresa 344, Cusco
  • Rooms: 90 rooms
  • Main services: Paprika restaurant has international dishes that are mixed with Peruvian cuisine techniques. Bar Walak with the best of Peruvian drinks like Pisco Sour, gym, heating, and 24-hour room services
  • Telf: +51 084 221 269
  • Website: www.costadelsolperu.com

Machu Picchu is 75 kilometers from Cusco city, taking into consideration that the Sacred Valley is 53 kilometers. Only three important attractions, the Cathedral, the Qoricancha (the Sun temple), and Sacsayhuaman, are in the same city. Therefore a visit from 5 to 6 days will be enough to enjoy all these fantastic attractions with calm. The Ramada by Wyndham Costa del Sol Cusco could be another good option for your meeting point in Cusco. This is a great hotel located in the heart of the city of Cusco. It was implemented in a large house from the colonial era belonging to the recognized Spanish Marquez Picoaga. Therefore, the mansion is considered part of the cultural heritage of the city.

Some of its 90 rooms have surprising views of the city. It is also long, comfortable, and modern (with heating, 24-hour room service, and well-equipped bathrooms). The mansion is divided into two wings, one of which is a relatively modern construction. The other one conserves its colonial structure. The public area is formed by a charming Spanish colonial patio with a stone water font in the middle. Carved stone arcs surround it, showing a beautiful image of a mansion from the XVII century. Therefore, before exploring and experiencing the different things to do around Cusco, make sure you get to know this beautiful place.

9. Novotel Cusco

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  • Stars: 4 stars
  • Address: Calle San Agustin 239, Cusco, Peru
  • Rooms: 99 rooms
  • Main services: 24-hour open reception, heater, minibar, desk, business center, heated Spanish colonial patio. Guide services to Machu Picchu, like other archaeological sites in Cusco
  • Telf: +51 084 581 033
  • Website: www.novotelcusco.com

Machu Picchu is the icing on the cake in every tour in Cusco. And to get there, you have many options, the most common and traditional is by train (03 hours of trip). The other one is reserved for adventurers. The trekkings by Inca Trail, by Salkantay snow or Lares route (4 to 5 days) or combining bus (4 hours) + train (1 hour). Anyway, you will need maximum comfort to rest and recover energy from a starting point like Cusco. Therefore, the luxury Novotel Hotel, managed by the French hotel chain Accor, can help you with this. And, if you are wondering, Why visit Cusco city? Finding an answer from this beautiful hotel can be a good starting point.

With an excellent infrastructure and comfortable and long 99 rooms with heating, flat cable TV, minibar, desk, private bathroom, and 24/7 room service, the Novotel structure combines colonial-style designs with modern ones in a Cusco mansion of the XVI century. You can find it in an excellent location in the historic center. 2 blocks from the main square and close to different museums Cusco around. The cozy public area is formed by an oversized, heated Spanish colonial patio with a stone water font in the middle. This is covered with a large glass roof. There, you will find charm colonial furniture besides public computers (Macs) with free Wi-Fi, 24-hour open reception, and a counter for tourist information, among others.

The Cave and Le Cote Garden 360 restaurants will showcase the best Peruvian and international cuisine. The hotel also usually offers guide services to Machu Picchu, like other archaeological sites in Cusco. It is one of the most comfortable and welcoming hotels in the imperial city.

10. Hilton Garden Inn Cusco

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  • Stars: 5 stars
  • Address: Avenida Abancay 207, Santa Ana neighborhood, Cusco, Peru
  • Rooms: 137 rooms
  • Main services: Spa treatments, Yoga room, two rooms for conferences and meetings with a capacity of 140 people each, a large central patio with a capacity for 450 people, Garden Grille restaurant
  • Telf: +51 084 580 130
  • Website: www.hilton.com

If a JW Marriott arrived at Cusco, a Hilton hotel representative could not lag behind. The Hilton Garden Inn Cusco is located in an ancient and traditional Cusco neighborhood of Santa Ana. Upon entering, see a welcoming lobby with abundant natural light, two fireplaces, and one large central patio. Unlike its predecessors, the American trademark built the hotel from scratch. Each one of its 137 rooms has impressive views of the Cusco mountains, the city, or the big hotel garden yard. Its architectural style shows touches of modernity mixed with lacquered stone slabs and Andean ornaments.

Also, the Hilton Garden Inn Cusco offers Spa treatments and a particular room for Yoga. Besides three long salons for meetings and conferences with a capacity of 140 people each, there is an open-door patio with a capacity of 450 people. Also, the Hilton offers courtesy parking (subject to availability), among other facilities. The most striking thing about the hotel is its grocery store, Pavilion Pantry. Imitating the traditional Cusco groceries. There, you can buy sweets, sodas, bottled water, and other necessary products for your tours. Also, its restaurant called Garden Grille shows the best of Peruvian gastronomy with some dishes from the best international cuisines.

11. Sonesta Cusco

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  • Stars: 4 stars
  • Address: El Sol Avenue 954, Cusco, Peru
  • Rooms: 127 rooms
  • Main services: Cable TV, free WiFi, and a private bathroom with a bathtub. Mamaji Restaurant and Ajawasi bar
  • Telf: +51 84 581200
  • Website: https://www.sonestacusco.com

The Sonesta Cusco is the best option because of its unbeatable location. It is at the beginning of El Sol Avenue, the main street of Cusco. It is just 1 km to Cusco Main Square, 2 Blocks from the Coricancha (Inca Sun Temple), and 8 minutes from the Alejandro Velasco Astete Cusco airport. It’s also opposite Wanchaq Train Station. Guests on leading digital travel platforms like TripAdvisor, Booking, and Hotels recognize Sonesta Cusco’s services and modern facilities.

The rooms at the Sonesta Hotel Cusco have modern decorations that create an atmosphere of warmth, modernity, and tranquility in a world-class hotel infrastructure. They also offer quality services such as cable TV, free WiFi, and a private bathroom with a bathtub. The hotel restaurant combines Peruvian and international cuisine in its specialties, while the bar offers a selection of regional liquors. In addition, some rates include lunch or dinner, which consist of a choice of 2 starters, one main dish, and one non-alcoholic drink. As if that were not enough, the highly trained staff and warm hospitality guarantee a memorable stay that is ideal for business or pleasure.

12. Palacio Manco Capac by Ananay Hotels

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  • Stars: 4 stars
  • Address: Don Bosco Avenue S/N, Cusco, Peru
  • Rooms: 20 rooms
  • Main services: Natural viewpoint, terrace, sauna, massage service, El Cubo restaurant, airport transfer, buffet breakfast included
  • Telf: +51 84 255 770 / +51 917 876 497
  • Website: https://www.palaciomancocapac.com/ES

Manco Capac was the first Inca sovereign in the long list of Inca regencies. Even more, scholars still debate whether this Inca existed or was part of the imagination. Because of this, the Inca forms part of the legend of the founding of Cusco. What is not invented is the palace in which he lived, very close to Sacsayhuaman and Huacaypata, the current main square of Cusco. Colcampata was the name of its palace, and for years, it was.

Upon the arrival of the Spanish conquerors, they removed the Inca stones from the palace to build colonial churches in the center of Cusco. Thus, Spanish families took possession of the palace until the wealthy Italo-Cusco Lomellini family bought the property. They knew how to preserve the Inca remains of the Palace and built their mansion very close by. Finally, the Ananay Hotels group began to manage the property, restoring it and giving us the beautiful Manco Capac Palace.

The hotel has two houses, each one with a capacity of 10 rooms and suites, 20 in total. The first one is a beautiful Republican mansion from the 19th century with colonial touches, and the second is a cozy, contemporary, and traditional mansion. The decoration of colonial religious paintings (Cusco School artistic style), original furniture from the Lomellini mansion, and native sculpture will make you feel as if you were inside a museum. All rooms have comfortable and soft king-size beds, period and contemporary furniture, Wi-Fi, and air conditioning. Its spectacular viewpoint of the city, its El Cubo restaurant, its two event rooms, its sauna, its massage room, its free parking, or its airport transfer will make you feel like a king or queen!

13. Antigua Casona San Blas

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  • Stars: 4 Stars
  • Address: Carmen Bajo Street 243, San Blas Neighborhood, Cusco
  • Rooms: 49 rooms
  • Main services: Spa salon, Yoga salon, hyperbaric chamber, Piedra & Sal restaurant, excursion activities in Cusco and Sacred Valley
  • Telf: +1 800 678 4172 (USA) / 0800 048 5546 (UK) / +51 84 200 700
  • Website: https://www.antiguacusco.com

San Blas is the tourist neighborhood in Cusco par excellence. Just a few blocks from Cusco main square. There, you’ll find a variety of restaurants, bars, pubs, handicraft markets, and even a police office. However, regarding hotels, the Antigua Casona San Blas is the best among the various hotels located in the neighborhood. A mansion from 1750-1800 located in San Blas that represents the typical Cusco mansion of the Republican age restored and conditioned to be an exclusive hotel. In this form, the Antigua Casona San Blas respects the original distribution of the ancient mansion. But make no mistake, its rooms are equipped with modern equipment such as LED TV, Wi-Fi connection, radiator, and terracotta brick floor.

The wooden furniture is hand-carved. The beds are spacious and king-size, and the fluffy pillows are made with hypoallergenic fabric. The majority of rooms have their own terrace. In addition, the rooms are classified into three types: Traditional, Superior, and Suite. The hotel also has a charming garden and a colonial patio with a stone fountain in its center. Also, the hotel has exclusive services like Piedra & Sal Restaurant, with the best Peruvian cuisine in a contemporary version. Its yoga room very well complements the spa room. In both areas, the guest will find peace and tranquility. In addition, the hotel’s hyperbaric chamber promises rapid adaptation to altitude. As if that were not enough, the hotel offers beautiful walks, with a guide, through the beautiful city of Cusco and the Sacred Valley.

14. Union Boutique Hotel

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  • Stars: 4 Stars
  • Address: Unión Street 189, Cusco, Peru
  • Rooms: 43 rooms
  • Main services: Buffet breakfasts, exhibitions of local fabric and handicrafts, live music accompanied by a tasty drink from the restaurant bar
  • Telf: +51 84 774 986
  • Website: https://unionhotelcusco.com

Situated next to the San Pedro market and the Cusco Cathedral in the city’s Historic Center lies the Union Hotel Cusco. Its architecture unexpectedly and elegantly blends Andean features with modern comfort. The hotel is a grand colonial structure with an impressive central water fountain and a lovely inner patio. In order for you to enjoy every second of your stay, it also features a jacuzzi, food service, and comfortable seating. Superior Contemporary quadruple, triple, twin, and double rooms make up the accommodation divisions. In addition, there are budget-friendly double rooms as well as Classic Twin and Double rooms.

Furthermore, these areas are outfitted with regionally inspired components and hues and are completely furnished to offer guests the utmost comfort. The interiors are light-colored, with wooden floors and beds. The cozy rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, tea and coffee-making facilities, and safes; most have access to a shared balcony. Suites include sitting areas, sofas, and vaulted, wood-beamed ceilings. Also, there are exhibitions of local fabric and handicrafts from Monday to Friday from 7:00 am to 11:00 am on the patio, and live music is accompanied by a tasty drink from the restaurant bar every afternoon at 06:30 pm on the patio, too!

15. El Retablo B&B Cusco

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  • Stars: 3 Stars
  • Address: Ese Street 343, Cusco, Peru
  • Rooms: 17 Romms
  • Main services: Free Wi-Fi, laundry service, breakfast included, front desk and concierge 24-hrs
  • Telf: +51 1 421 7777
  • Website: http://elretablo.com

The Ayacucho altarpieces (Retablos in Spanish) are a kind of open cabinets that simulate the interior of a house and are beautifully decorated. Inside, there are mini sculptures of native people of the Peruvian Andes representing their daily tasks. El Retablo Hotel copies this idea and transfers it to its two-story infrastructure and its 17 beautiful rooms. The designs, figures, and colors that you will find in them were captured by young artists from the Cusco School of Fine Arts. In this form, if you are spending some nights there, you are collaborating with the works of Cusco artisans.

Air conditioning is provided in the rooms at El Retablo, and guests may enjoy free WiFi. Take advantage of some of the amenities they provide, including a front desk and concierge, while you’re there. El Retablo offers breakfast to its guests on-site as well. It is near La Compañía de Jesús (0.4 km) and the Museum of Monastic Life – Monasterio de Santa Catalina del Cusco (0.4 km) for visitors who would like to see famous sights while in Cusco. Also, the hotel offers you the best of Cusco to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable stay.

Frequently Ask Questions

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1. Where can I park for free while I stay in Cusco?

The only luxury hotel on our list is the Palacio Manco Capac by Ananay Hotels. However, there are some more economical hotels like Mosoqpacha Casa Hostel, Hostal Villa San Blas, and the Hostal Albergue Familiar.

2. In Cusco, where can I lodge with my pet?

Unfortunately, the hotels on our list are destined for total rest and relaxation and don’t allow pets. However, there are more flexible options out of this list that enable pets like Hostel Caceres, Aloha Cusco, and the Villegas Wasi.

3. If my family and I are traveling to Cusco, where should we stay?

Belmond Hotel Monasterio, JW Marriot El Convento Cusco, Palacio del Inca, La Casona by Inkaterra, Hilton Garden Inn, and Union Boutique Cusco are perfect for staying wonderful days in Cusco with the Family.

These properties are popular with travelers because of their terrific locations: Sonesta Hotel Cusco, Novotel Cusco, Wyndham Costa del Sol Cusco, and JW Marriott El Convento Cusco.

5. What kind of weather can I expect in Cusco when I visit?

July and June are the two coldest months of the year, with an average temperature of 48°F. On the other hand, October and November, with an average temperature of 51°F, are usually the warmest months in Cusco. In addition, December and February are the wettest months.


As you can see, these are just some of the main examples of hotels in Cusco. But the truth is that being a tourist destination, these establishments abound. Whether you are looking for exclusive options or other budget options, you will find just something for you. We hope these examples have given you an idea of all that Cusco has to offer. If you want to know more about Cusco tours as places of accommodation, you can consult with our Machu Travel Peru qualified advisors.

Peru has so much to offer, it can be hard to know where to start. With many years of experience in the tourism sector, Machu Travel Peru is happy to help with anything regarding your trip to Machu Picchu and any tours around it. Make your Machu Picchu experience an unforgettable one!