Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel

At a glance

  • Once part of an Inca temple complex
  • Beautiful historic mansion
  • Exceptional restaurant

Palacio Del Inka, A Luxury Collection Hotel

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A luxurious hotel built on the ruins of an Incan palace.

Originally an Incan ceremonial site, this unique hotel was converted into an elegant mansion by the Spanish conquistadors and is now one of Cuzco's finest hotels. Beautiful hand-carved wooden doors, antique oil paintings and vases make it feel more like a museum than a hotel and the location is perfect. It’s just steps from the main square and close to restaurants, markets and museums. Unwind at the award-winning spa’s thermal circuit, discover the site’s fascinating history during the daily tour of the hotel and learn how to make Pisco sours at the bar.

The evocative Inti Raymi Restaurant features stone archways, exposed walls and vintage furniture, and showcases the best of regional cuisine. Breakfast is accompanied by a harpist and you can enjoy all meals in the charming courtyard. Tuck into tapas and cocktails at the intimate lantern-lit Rumi Bar which features an original Incan wall.

The Andean-style oxygen-enriched rooms and suites are adorned with original artwork and traditional weavings. Upgrade to a Premium Room for street views or a Deluxe Room for extra space.

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Key information

In the centre of Cusco, opposite Qorikancha Temple and just a 5-minute walk from the Plaza de Armas and Museo de Arte Precolombino

Airport transfer time: Approx. 10 minutes from Cuzco airport
Rooms: 203

TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards 2020
Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel is one of our favourite hotels, but don’t just take our word for it – TripAdvisor reviewers agree and have voted the resort 18th in the Top 25 Hotels in South America category for 2020.

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Accommodation information

203 rooms and suites

Activities

• Head to the Andes Spirit Spa to try out the sauna and steamroom, and for a range of indulgent treatments including foot baths, massages, manicures and pedicures • Visit Qorikancha, 15th-Century Incan temple ruins which are just a stone's throw around the corner from the hotel • Next door to Qorikancha, you'll find the Museo Quechua (Quechua Museum) — discover 3000 years of Quechua history and culture here

Dining

Restaurant, bar

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