The lodge's Yacu Therapy Room offers treatments that use natural products infused with local botanicals.
The meticulously restored Inkaterra La Casona once played host to Inca warriors and South American heroes.
Outsized bathrooms and tubs invite city explorers to unwind.
Find a cozy spot next to a roaring fireplace and delve into a book on the ancient Inca.
Drawing inspiration from area indigenous groups, the lodge kitchen mixes Peruvian fare with international flavors to create dishes that are both familiar and exotic.
To stay at Inkaterra La Casona is to immerse yourself in the history and culture of Cusco. Steps away is the Plaza de Armas—the heart of the city through Inca and colonial rule and into the present. From here there are endless ways to wander, each cobblestoned lane revealing new surprises, from colorful handicraft markets to impressive colonial churches. Cusco also serves as the gateway to the Sacred Valley of the Inca, and the lodge offers many ways for guests to discover the area’s archaeological ruins and traditional Andean villages.
Activity inclusions vary by rate type and package. Please inquire with the lodge when requesting your reservation.
The chefs at Inkaterra La Casona are dedicated to integrating local ingredients into their cuisine, using native components as a means of discovering the culinary secrets of indigenous peoples. Traditional Peruvian fare is masterfully infused with international flavors to create dishes that are both familiar and exotic. With many of the ingredients being harvested from the carbon-free farms in the Sacred Valley’s agricultural heartland, meals are fresh and seasonal. Teatime and cocktail hour are part of the meal routine at Inkaterra La Casona—rituals that invite guests to relax and take in the splendor of their surroundings.
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