Eleven hacienda-style suites open onto a timeless arcaded courtyard—a secluded sanctuary that feels far from the bustling streets just beyond the hotel's outer walls. Suites have been carefully restored to retain the building’s historical character, and contemporary fixtures complement traditional colors and original stone and artwork. Baroque furnishings are accented by colonial antiques and Andean textiles, reflecting the layers of cultural influence in Cusco and the surrounding region.
Guests of all suites enjoy attentive care from the staff, as well as housekeeping service three times daily. Other amenities include thermostat-controlled heated floors, free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV with cable, a DVD player, iPod speakers, a mini bar, a safe, a cordless phone, and handmade toiletries.
The four patio suites open to the lodge's courtyard and each feature a small dining table, a stone fireplace, and a marble bathroom with a large soaking tub. Rooms can accommodate either one king-size or two twin-size beds. (356.5–419 sq ft/33–39 sq m)
Each of the five spacious Balcón suites opens to a balcony overlooking the lodge's courtyard. Room features include a small dining table, a stone fireplace, and a large marble bathroom with a large soaking tub. Rooms can accommodate either one king-size or two twin-size beds. (388–482 sq ft/36–45 sq m)
The two grand plaza suites maintain the building’s original wall murals and offer views overlooking the Plaza de las Nazarenas. Each suite features a small dining table, a spacious lounge area surrounding a stone fireplace, and a marble bathroom with a large soaking tub. (512–525 sq ft/48–49 sq m)
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