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Surprisingly light inside, this cozy, impeccably clean little place is hidden behind a forbidding wall.
Cuzco’s cheapest, this place is practically falling apart, but the kind, unassuming staff make it a reader favorite. Wi-fi is available only in the living room.
Hotel Royal Inka I
Quiet as a mausoleum, this central hotel features good-quality rooms. Those in the colonial building are a bit dated but comfortable and luxurious, while the modern ones are big, bright and cheery...
Palacio Del Inka, A Luxury Collection Hotel
Opulence bedecks this colonial mansion. It’s built over Inca foundations, with parts of the building dating back to the 16th century, when Francisco Pizarro was an occupant...
Gringo Bill's Hotel
One of the original Aguas Calientes lodgings, friendly Bill’s features well-heeled rooms in a multi-tiered construction. Rooms are smart, with beds covered in thick cotton quilts and large bathrooms. Suites feature massage jet tubs and TVs...
Arranged around graceful 16th-century cloisters, the five-star Monasterio has long been Cuzco’s jewel, with majestic public areas and over 100 rooms surrounding genteel courtyards...
The elegant, French-owned Novotel separates its tariffs according to whether rooms are in the contemporary wing or the more expensive, but vastly more characterful colonial wing, where each room is different from the rest...
Casa San Blas Boutique Hotel
Unusually haute for the San Blas neighborhood, this polished three-star hotel inside an 18th-century colonial house makes for a soothing retreat...
Eureka San Blas
A funky blend of old and new, Eureka’s stylish lobby and sun-soaked cafeteria invite further acquaintance. Rooms are comfortable but a little odd, with a child-like take on traditional motifs...
Hotel Rojas Inn
The vine-covered tree you see as you walk in sets the tone for the rest of this dreamy, undersea-feeling family hostel – fresh green and white is the order of the day...
Hotel & Mirador Los Apus
With understated class, this longtime Swiss-run hotel features central heating, large bedrooms with down duvets and colonial cuzqueño-style art...
Arqueologo Exclusive Selection
Feeling luxurious but also lived-in, this antique French-owned guesthouse gives a real feel for Cuzco, down to the Inca stonework. Tasteful rooms with original murals and tapestries overlook a vast courtyard paved in river stones...
Hotel Rio Sagrado
A design haven of cottage-style rooms with rough-hewn beams and exquisite accents of Ayacucho embroidery, this Orient Express property is the epitome of understated luxury...
This renovated building dating from 1630 has just 16 basic rooms, all with balconies, phone and TV. The garden blooms with fuchsias and offers great views over Cuzco. There’s also a sauna.
Best Western Los Andes De América
A Best Western hotel noted for its buffet breakfast, which includes regional specialties such as mote con queso (cheese and corn) and papa helada (frozen potato)...
Casa Andina Classic Cusco Catedral
Among the most central of Cuzco's top-end hotels, the Casa Andina has five properties in Cuzco. Its Plaza hotel lies unobtrusively between the Plaza de Armas and Plaza Regocijo...
Hotel Rumi Punku
Recognizable by the monumental Inca stonework around the entrance, Rumi Punku (Stone Door) is a stylish complex of old colonial houses, gardens and terraces. The rooftop terraces and other outdoor areas are utterly charming...
This glass-enclosed colonial-style courtyard hotel was only built in 1997 and has smart, spacious rooms. Though it's a shade on the characterless side, it's favored by Peruvian business travelers and pan-American tour groups...
Casa Cartagena Boutique Hotel & Spa
Fusing modern with colonial, this Italian-owned boutique hotel is dripping in style. Its sixteen suites feature walls with oversized stripes, king-sized beds, iPod docks, bouquets of long-stemmed roses and enormous bathtubs lit by candles...
Torre Dorada Residencial
With lovely and original decor in bright colors, Torre Dorada is a modern, family-run hotel in a quiet residential district close to the bus terminal. Though it isn’t close to the action, guests rave about the high quality of service...
Sparkling new and keen to please, Mayurina is a friendly option. Rooms have phones and TV.
Hotel Del Prado Inn
Del Prado is a solid option, with efficient staff and just over a dozen snug rooms reached by elevator. Some have tiny balconies with corner views of the plaza. Check out the original Inca walls in the dining room.