Cusco or Cuzco, is undoubtedly the most important city in history, archeology and history of Peru and probably in South America, besides being a place frequented by many tourists from Peru, is one of the best hotel infrastructure of the continent, taking into your area the most important hotel in South America according to the latest list of the prestigious journal Choice Awards where two hotels located in Cusco top 10 hotels in South America, the Hotel Monasterio (1st place) and Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel (8th place), respectively.
Photography by Lee Coursey
The Hotel Monasterio Cusco:
Our hotel on the heights of the Andes from Cusco (3000 meters) struck at the heart of the city of Cuzco, reflects the perfect combination of Spanish and Inca culture, built in 1952 as a monastery is now the largest hotel Peru and one of the best in the world. Equipped with 126 rooms filled with modern and good service without neglecting their traditional and historic style.
Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel Inkaterra:
Located in the town of Machu Picchu (Aguas Calientes before) the Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel is situated in an unbeatable view of the modern wonders of the world, Machu Picchu. This modern and luxurious hotel which offers 85 cabins in 12 acres of natural beauty, wildlife many species unique in the world, becomes one of the best hotels in Cusco mixing history with Glamour.
Hotel Libertador Palacio del Inka Cusco:
With a style pre-Hispanic and colonial Hotel Libertador Palacio del Inka Cusco is one of the most famous and popular hotels in the city of Cusco, located in downtown, this hotel boasts of having such celebrated guests as kings and rulers worldwide. Equipped with 240 rooms and 14 luxurious suites, this exclusive place becomes one of the most traditional hotels in Cusco.
Cartagena House Hotel & Spa:
The House Hotel & Spa Cartagena is the most modern 5-star hotel in Cusco, less than a year building this hotel becomes the new alternative luxury hotel Cusco, located a few meters from the plaza of The Nazarene, just in the heart of the city of Cusco. Built in a traditional Cusco house, now restored and converted into a modern, luxury hotel has continued the tradition and history aside. Its name comes from its once famous owner Don Fernando Cartagena and Santa Cruz, assigned to Cusco from the colonial era in that country.
Bon voyage to the land of the Incas!