Cusco

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Cusco
13 reviews
Historic hotel blocks from Cusco's Plaza de Armas, with two restaurants and oxygen-enriched rooms. — Jetsetter
8
Cusco
8 reviews
This sprightly spot might well steal the spotlight from the Hotel Monasterio, long the top luxury option in Machu Picchu’s gateway town. — Condé Nast Traveler
8
9 reviews
This is is one of the top picks in Cusco, thanks to a convenient location, refined service, and rooms (and gardens) that inspire lingering — Condé Nast Traveler
8
Cusco
9 reviews
From the arcaded slate lobby to the exposed ancient Inca wall in the atmospheric Rumi Bar, this historic city-hotel echoes the impressive Koricancha... with its unique stone features. — Travel + Leisure
8
Cusco
8 reviews
A former 16th-century convent packed full of pre-Inca, Inca and colonial artefacts; this feels as much like a trendy museum as it does a modern hotel. — The Telegraph
8
Cusco
5 reviews
The spectacular Casa Cartagena adds sparkling allure to Peru's ancient capital — Star Service
8
Cusco
6 reviews
Casa Andina Private Collection Cusco is a three-pearl hotel in central Cusco, a two-minute walk from the Qurikacha temple and a little under 10 minutes by foot from the Plaza de Armas. — Oyster
8
Cusco
4 reviews
On a quiet street on the opposite side of the main square from the other deluxe offerings, this hotel is two blocks above Plaza de Armas and in a good location for exploring the city on foot — Star Service
7
Cusco
5 reviews
Stone walls, crackling fireplaces and antique chandeliers bring about a clubby feel, which is almost decadent when compared with the city's more meager surroundings. — Star Service
7
2 reviews
These five independent apartments, hidden away up a flight of San Blas stairs, are some of the most unique accommodations in the city — Frommer's
7
Cusco
3 reviews
This member of the French Novotel chain is built around the guts of a 16th-century colonial building with a lovely central courtyard. — Frommer's
7
Cuzco
3 reviews
Long beloved and highly recommended... Refurbished rooms are bordered with bright trim and feature plaid throws and portable heaters. In the coldest months there’s hot water bottles to tuck in bed. — Lonely Planet
7
Cusco
4 reviews
While not luxurious, the four-story, modern construction offers services and attention to detail that are nearly the equal of five-star hotels (but it's much friendlier doing it). — Frommer's
7
2 reviews
This very professionally run, midprice hotel is one of five in Cusco belonging to this upstart Peruvian hotel chain. — Frommer's
7
Cusco
5 reviews
Rumi means “stones” and punku “doorway”, referring to the impressive Inca entrance-way that leads to two Colonial buildings and their flower-filled courtyards. — DK Eyewitness
7
Cuzco
4 reviews
Popular with legions of backpackers, this hostel... has a lovely balconied patio, with a very nice garden area that tends to attract sunbathers and with good views of Cusco. — Frommer's
7
Cusco
3 reviews
This small hotel with a large staff—there's a 2-to-1 staff-to-guest ratio—prides itself on exceptional service and the rooms are quite comfortable. — Fodor's
7
Cusco
3 reviews
Maybe you’re paying for the plaza location, since ‘boutique’ is an overstatement here. Dimly-lit in daytime, Loreto has well-heeled, snug rooms bathed in neutrals. — Lonely Planet
7
Urubamba
3 reviews
There’s a lot going on in Peru these days, from the modern, stylish new hotels and booming restaurant scene in Lima to the constant stream of visitors to Machu Picchu. — Jetsetter
7
Cusco
2 reviews
A small, French-owned boutique hotel tucked away on a pedestrian-only, hilly street in the San Blas neighborhood, this agreeable place is a relaxed refuge. — Frommer's
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