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Delightful hideaway within one of Cusco’s most important early colonial buildings near the Plaza de Armas. Full review →
This sprightly spot might well steal the spotlight from the Hotel Monasterio, long the top luxury option in Machu Picchu’s gateway town. Full review →
Colonial with a touch of class, this 11-suite boutique casa comes complete with a manicured interior courtyard, stately sitting and dining areas, and rooms with heated floors. Full review →Be sure to pull yourself away from your private nook long enough to enjoy afternoon tea and biscuits.
Hitting the perfect balance of cozy and high style, this renovated grand colonial in tiny Plazoleta Nazarenas is simply debonair. Full review →
A 16th-century manor home with an intriguing Incan past, Inkaterra La Casona hotel is perched high in the Andes and packed with rich history. Full review →
The small but elegant La Casona is housed in a 16th-century mansion, one of the first Spanish constructions in the city Full review →Although a small but elegantly decorated colonial dining room and terrace serves Peruvian and international dishes, guests generally choose from the more than 50 restaurants within a five-minute walk for lunch and dinner; breakfast is included in the price.
Dedicated to pampering a small number of guests in a peaceful and palatial setting. Full review →
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. Full review →
5 Star Hotel