Casa Andina premium Collection, Cusco detail
An 18th century manor house, renovated to become a beautiful, traditional and authentic hotel, providing not just lodgings but an entire experience.
Just 10 minutes away from Cuzco Airport, overlooking the small Limacpampa Square and an hour away from the Sacred Valley; the fertile and rich garden of the Inca’s.
Accommodation & Facilities
Rooms consist of 80 Superior, 13 Suites and 1 Imperial Suite and oxygen is available in all of them on request. All rooms and suites have bath tubs, cable TV, Wi-Fi access for free and heaters, as well as a hairdryer, phone, safety deposit box and coffee making facilities and supplies. Superior Rooms are about 24m² and occupy adjoining structures around 2 of the interior patios. Some feature peaked ceilings and all of them are carpeted from wall to wall, featuring 2 full size beds or a King. The Suites are larger at 48m² with separate living areas and King beds. Both the suites and Imperial suite are located in the original manor house and open out onto the main courtyard. The Imperial Suites are a huge 61m² and feature some amazing original frescoes and peaked wooden beams on the ceiling, as well as some more modern touches. This suite has a separate living area as well as the bedroom.
There is also a gourmet restaurant decorated with romantic candelabras, colonial paintings and wrought iron chandeliers.
There is a daily breakfast buffet, complete with omelette bar and a range of juices and cereals. The covered tables out in the courtyard, surrounding the fountain are great for lunch. Cuisine mainly based on New Andean fare and uses local ingredients – including some from the ‘Sacred Valley’, on which the Incas’ used to live.
This lively city provides many opportunities to explore and there is an amazing colonial and Inca history to discover. There are beautiful archaeological sites within very easy reach and spectacular views right over the Andes. Tours include historical city routes, Incan Archaeology sites and horseback riding in the Andes. Exploring Qollasuyo is an unforgettable experience, less well known than the Sacred Valley, you will go off the beaten track archaeological sites such as the Temple of Moon and visit charming local communities - a great opportunity for those wanting to do less ‘touristy’ things and explore this fascinating culture further.