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Grand hotel housed within a converted 16th-century monastery situated just a short stroll from the Plaza de Armas. Full review →
Born as the 16th-century seminary of San Antonio Abad (itself built on the site of a former Inca palace), the Monasterio is one of Peru's most gorgeous hotels.
A national historic landmark, this sixteenth-century former seminary just blocks from the city center has "the serenity and luxury of the lovely monastery grounds". Full review →
Undoubtedly Cusco’s most luxurious hotel with prices to match. Set in a restored 400-year-old monastery, rooms encircle a stone courtyard adorned with an old cedar tree.
One of Cusco's top hotels, this beautifully restored 1592 monastery of San Antonio Abad is a national historic monument. Full review →
Still Cusco's most extraordinary place to stay, though competition is on the rise, this beautiful hotel occupies the San Antonio Abad monastery. Full review →
Part hotel and part museum, the Monasterio Hotel in Cusco boasts Incan architecture and a gold-ornament-adorned chapel, as well as a list of appealing services and modern amenities. Full review →
Historic hotel blocks from Cusco's Plaza de Armas, with two restaurants and oxygen-enriched rooms. Full review →
Arranged around graceful 16th-century cloisters, the five-star Monasterio has long been Cuzco’s jewel, with majestic public areas and over 100 rooms surrounding genteel courtyards. Full review →
Belmond Hotel Monasterio is a four-pearl hotel in central Cusco, a three-minute walk from the Plaza de Armas and within walking distance of nearly every Cusco attraction. Full review →
Occupying a corner of an idyllic square, up a steep side street two blocks north of Plaza de Armas and near two quality museums, this is Peru's most engaging colonial hotel. A lovingly... Full review →For those with altitude adjustment problems, request a room that is equipped to have oxygen pumped in at night (an additional $50 fee).
When it opened in 1995, the Monasterio was the first deluxe hotel in Cusco to occupy a landmark building. Full review →
Deluxe Room 410 has a high, exquisitely decorated ceiling, plus supplemental oxygen to ward off altitude sickness. Full review →
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