• Cusco, Peru

about inkaterra La Casona, Cuzco

about inkaterra La Casona, Cuzco

Inkaterra La Casona is a restored colonial manor, located on an Inca settlement near the main square in Cuzco. Keeping many of it’ original features and amenities, it combines these with modern facilities creating luxury within tradition for an authentic and sumptuous stay. Pampering each guest as if it were them only, everyone gets a personalised welcome and stay helping to create the memories of a lifetime.

Consisting of just 11 suites around a central courtyard, this is a great base from which to explore the city and the beautiful Andes. 

inkaterra La Casona detail


A converted colonial manor around a central courtyard with personal service and great access to the surrounding activities.


The hotel is next to the museum of pre-Columbian art down the cobbled streets of Plaza Las Nazarenas, just 10 minutes drive from Cuzco airport.

Accommodation & Facilities

Each of the 11 suites is furnished with antiques and features the original architectural details – mixing Spanish design with local influences. Suites are in 3 varieties; there are 2 Plaza Suites, 5 Balcon Suites and 4 Patio Suites, all furnished with antiques and feature original architectural details. Suites all have large marble bathrooms including 2 basins, a bath tub, a shower and a toilet. There are also bath salts, towels and handmade Inkaterra toiletries. Floors are thermostat heated and rooms come with Wi-Fi, flat screen TV’s, a mini bar and a personal safe. Rooms have either a King bed or twins with 100% cotton sheets, as well as a dining area for two people complete with a comforting  fireplace. Other features include cordless phones, iPod speakers, a DVD player and cable. All rooms are fully serviced and provide real VIP treatment.

Other facilities include terraces with day beds surrounding the 2 inner patios.


There is a dining room and dining terrace for guests to enjoy their meals.


This is an excellent base to explore the ancient cultures, Inca legacies, Andes scenery and Artisan traditions. There are plenty of activities and excursions available throughout the day; quarter day excursions include visiting cathedrals, exploring Sacsayhuama – Cusco’s most impressive Inca Fortress, as well as visiting temples and museums. A guided trip of to the Maras Salt Mines and the circular terraces of Moray are well worth the half day it takes up, salty springs pour down the hillside and the Inca’s made terraces on different levels to catch and harvest the salt. Full day excursions include trips to the Sacred Valley, Tipon and Andahuaylillas, fantastic for photographers, archaeologist and culture enthusiasts alike!

Child Policy

Children allowed.

Want to stay here?

Contact one of our Destination Specialists to start planning your journey to include a stay here. Please note we recommend a budget of from £7,000 / $10,000 USD per person for our style of trip to this destination.

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