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Welcome to Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Cusco

Treat yourself to historic charm and modern luxury

Considered a historic landmark, Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Cusco is housed within a 500-year-old mansion in the heart of Cusco, Peru. Our luxury hotel boasts a unique, captivating design that embraces traditional aspects of Peruvian culture while providing world-class luxury and modern conveniences. Find stone archways, Hispanic art and ornate gilded antiques throughout our Cusco hotel. Savor a delectable meal at Inti Raymi, our on-site restaurant, which serves fine cuisine and a selection of wines curated by our master sommelier. Recharge your body and mind with a massage or other treatment at our hotel's luxurious Andes Spirit Spa. Each of our unique guest rooms and suites in Cusco, Peru, features colonial decor and a rich color palette that evokes our Peruvian heritage. Our luxury property sits directly across from Qoricancha, which means Temple of the Sun and is just minutes from the shops and museums in the main square. Enrich your visit to Cusco, Peru, at Palacio del Inka.

Rooms & Suites

Andes Spirit Spa, The Most Complete Spa in the City

The only thermal circuit in Cusco that combines the soothing sounds of water with aromas and therapies that relax the senses and harmonize body and soul.

Single therapy rooms and two couple's massage rooms

Recover Your Energy with the Ancient Mysticism of the Andes After Your Tours

Performed with premier Germaine de Capuccini amenities, combining ancient and modern techniques, our treatments take a holistic approach to therapy.

Spa - Munay Room

Let Yourself Be Enchanted by the Extraordinary

Discover The True Inca Heritage

Privileged Location in Front of QoriKancha (Temple of the Sun)

It was part of the sacred complex of Qoricancha, religious and cultural center of great importance for the Incas. Enjoy this millenary destination.

Guest Room - City View

Rooms with a View to Kusicancha

It is presumed that the objects of ritual use (ceramics, textiles), drinks and meals were made in Kusicancha. The ceremonies were celebrated in Qorikancha.

Premium with Kusicancha View

Meet the Baby Alpaca Inside Our Facilities As Part of a Unique Experience

Alpacas were considered as the most important animals within the Inca civilization, they were meaning of social status and their fiber the material of the clothing.

Woman learning about the textiles of the region.

Extraordinary Museum Hotel. Are You Ready To Be Part of the Story?

There are 195 pieces of artwork from the pre Inca, Inca, colonial and republican period on display, of which 60 are original paintings from the Escuela Cusqueña.

In the sixteenth century, during the Spanish conquest

Four Busts Mansion

The palace was taken by Gonzalo Pizarro, brother of the conqueror of Peru. Later the property was transferred to the Marquis Juan de Salas y Valdés.

La Casona Courtyard

Foundation of the city with the title of "The Very Noble and Great City of Cusco." The Plaza Mayor (Main Square) was chosen, the site of the church was determined and, among the forty Spaniards who decided to settle as neighbors, the distribution of lots, lands and Indians was made. Some versions indicate that the first Spanish owner of the property on which Amarucancha lay was Francisco Pizarro’s brother, Gonzalo Pizarro.

According to data from the first chroniclers, such as Pedro Sancho de la Hoz, Spanish soldier and secretary of Francisco Pizarro, by 1543 more than 100,000 houses could be found in the city. Juan de Salas y Valdés, Spanish conqueror who was mayor of Cusco between 1571 and 1572, and his wife, Usenda de Bazán, were the first to build on the Inca site and the original owners of the house, they used the original Inca wall as the basis for the first floor.

In its main façade (which today faces San Agustín Street), Salas y Valdés carved four busts on the lintel of the portal - two on each side of a central shield, the shield of the Salas de Asturias - to perpetuate the presence of his family in that house and in the city: they represent him, his wife, his eldest son Fernando de Valdés Bazán and his daughter-in-law, Leonor de Tordoya y Palomino. The carved busts, of Renaissance characteristics, were made during the first years of the 17th century and the house remained as family property for several generations.

La Casona de los Cuatro Bustos is one of the most famous residences in Viceroyalty Peru. Its arches and patios of Hispanic style, and the first colonial pillars made by Inca hands have overcome the passage of time. In the mid-twentieth century the building was recovered by the government and was the headquarters of the Viceroyalty Museum for a couple of decades, until it moved to the Garcilaso de la Vega House. Since 1972 the property is part of the Monumental Zone of Cusco, declared a Historic Monument of Peru. Also, in 1983 it was included in the central area designated by UNESCO as Cultural Heritage of Humanity. At present, its architecture represents part of the treasures that the hotel keeps.

One of the hotel's treasures is made with green diorite

8-Angled Stone, The Heart of the Incan Style Wall

Famous for its rituals, the stone is the heart of the Incan Style wall. If someone achieved remove that stone, the wall would collapse in its entirety.

8-Angled Stone Ritual

Strange and beautiful, it is the only piece of the wall that is not of granite, but of green diorite, a material that can be found in key points such as San Blas, Machu Picchu and the Sacsayhuaman hillsides.The Incas reserved it for the most important and sacred places, because they believed in their connecting energy between the material world and the spiritual world.

Experiencing History

The original stones and walls of Palacio del Inka, its arches, patios and corners, raised at different and significant moments in the history of this city. Observe the detail of the wood carving and the gold leaf of very old folk art pieces; tour the Hispanic architecture and its encounter with the amazing Inca constructions; and discover a contemporary creation that keeps alive the artistic and artisanal tradition of the city.

Encounter of Two Worlds

A transformative journey inspired in the ancient Inca Culture.

Palacio Del Inka Experiences

Immerse yourself in the cultural heritage of Peru as you enjoy the indigenous historical art treasures, located throughout Palacio del Inka. However you choose to enjoy the moments of the day, you will discover innumerable enriching experiences in Cusco, Peru at the Palacio del Inka Hotel.

Moments of the Day

Guest meeting the baby alpaca inside the hotel.

#ExperienciaPalacio (Palace Experience)

We remind you to arrive with your cell phone fully charged to enjoy a selfie session with the little llama that you will find in our Cuatro Bustos patio. Share your #ExperenciaPalacio with friends.

Pisco Masterclass

Golden Hour

Take a break to enjoy exquisite drinks in the majestic patio Cuatro Bustos with the cusquenian sky as the protagonist. 2x1 on selected beverages. From Monday to Sunday. 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Cuatro Bustos patio.

Spa - Thermal Circuit

Thermal Circuit

You will have the chance to relax and experiment each and every benefit of hydrotherapy in our thermal circuit. Take advantage of our promotions. From Monday to Sunday. 12:00pm to 6:00pm.

Spa - Munay Room

Andes Renovation

Enjoy a hydromassage treatment, exfoliation treatment and hot stone massage. A treasure of aromas and therapies inspired by the millenary cultures of Peru and the world.

Be inspired by nature as you find a spiritual and mystical connection with the traditional practice of the Andes.

Every Saturday
5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Cuatro Bustos patio.

(Subject to availability)

Immerse yourself in our history through 195 art pieces and treasures that are part of the hotel and 60 original paintings of the Escuela Cusqueña.

Every Saturday
Time: 6pm.
Main lobby.

(Subject to availability)

Enjoy a variety of petit fuours and hot beverages while sharing good time with friends.

From Monday to Sunday.
4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Cuatro Bustos patio or Inti Raymi restaurant’s lounge.

Enjoy a delicious afternoon of pizzas accompanied by a glass of Sangria.

Excellent opportunity to toast to the fact of being here.

From Monday to Sunday.
6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Cuatro Bustos patio or Inti Raymi restaurant’s lounge.

You’ll have a class on how to prepare your own Pisco Sour, by the city´s best bartender.

From Monday to Sunday.
6:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Rumi Bar.

A delicious dinner on our Cuatro Bustos patio with your favorite person, it will make your experience even more special.

Includes: 3-course dinner + 1 bottle of wine + special table decoration.
Cuatro Bustos patio.

You´ll be able to enjoy a delicious tasting of Peruvian native potatoes, prepared with ingredients from the Huaccoto farming community, with whom we work with and support.

From Monday to Sunday.
3:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Rumi Bar.

Extraordinary Gastronomic and Cultural Experiences

Delight your senses with the aromas and flavors of San Pedro market in an unforgettable tour with the hotel chef, and later a fantastic cooking class.

A distinct gastronomic experience, an incredible combination of flavors

Discover our Cheese & Wine Experience

Wines selected by our Master Sommelier, who will guide you through a magic experience of pairing with the best cheese and Iberian Cava.

Cheese & Wine Experience

Learn how to prepare the perfect Pisco Sour

Pisco Masterclass and All You Need to Know About the Peru’s National Drink

Our bartenders have prepared a hands-on experience where you will learn how to prepare the perfect Pisco Sour. They will guide you every step of the way as they tell you.

Pisco Masterclass - Pisco Sour

International cuisine with a touch of Novo-Andean flavors

Tasting an Ancient Gourmet Menu

As a tribute to our regional produce and fusion of cultures, our chef has put together a sumptuous 5-course menu.

Lunch
Lobby

Hotel Concierge

Our Luxury Collection Concierge is on hand to assist with event tickets, reservations, city information, trasfers and any other requests you have during your stay.

Front Door

Make A Green Choice

Our Eco-sustainable hotel is committed to continuously revising its processes in order to adopt more environmentally friendly methods of providing its guests with the best possible service.

Travelers Choice 2019
Certificate Of Excellence 2018
Green Leader

Museum Hotel

Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel in Cusco, stands in the heart of this special city, in a colonial mansion built 500 years ago. But this building - one of the most important in the center - was, in turn, part of an Inca estate whose dynamics revolved around the “Templo del Sol” (Temple of the Sun), the famous Coricancha that can still be seen from the hotel. Palacio del Inka owes its name to that rich and bright past as gold. Being part of the living history of Cusco is a privilege that is celebrated in every corner and that shapes the spirit of the hotel.

The Cusco School

A famous painting school developed in the 17th century, fed on the presence of Spanish teachers and the collections of paintings that arrived from Europe.

Hallway

It fed on the presence of Spanish teachers arriving to America; of the baroque and naturalism from Seville, as well as the collections of Spanish and Flemish paintings that arrived with the Europeans. It implied a very deep change in the Andean imaginary and a schism in the pictorial language of the Inca empire.

The Cusco school was a pioneer, among other things, in the arquebusier angel representation. The arquebus was a weapon that was associated with Andean deities such as thunder, for example. The use of gold and the lack of interest in perspective were symbolic in its aesthetic proposal.

The movement success was such that in the second third of the 18th century the workshops produced religious works in series. Its discussion reached the south of the continent (La Plata and Santiago de Chile) and reached Mexico.

Our Lobby

Its sky-blue color is a tribute to the Andahuaylillas church, known as the Sistine Chapel of Americas due to the paintings that adorn its ceiling.

Reception Area

The central table gathers and represents the main artistic aspects of the last centuries and the hotel great collection.

The Steps of Art

Without leaving the hotel, get to know the particular collection of paintings of the famous Cusco school.

Hotel Detail

Observe the detail of the wood carving and the gold leaf of very old folk art pieces; tour the Hispanic architecture and its encounter with the amazing Inca constructions; and discover a contemporary creation that keeps alive the artistic and artisanal tradition of the city.

OUR LOCATION

GETTING HERE

Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Cusco

Plazoleta Santo Domingo 259, Cusco, Peru

Tel: +51 84-231961
Distance from Property: 4.8 KM
Phone Number: +51 084-222611
Airport Shuttle: $25
Alternate Airport Transportation

The price of trasportation is $25 USD one way for up to 4 people.; fee: 25 USD (one way) ;on request

On-Property

Local Shuttle $25

Nearby

Bus Station

Terminal Cruz del Sur

Terminal Terrestre Cusco

Terminal Inka Express

Train Station

Property Details

Restaurant

Bar

Spa

Fitness Center

24 Hour Room Service

Turndown Service

Meeting Space

Convenience Store

Dry Cleaning Service

Laundry

Room Service

Wake up Calls

Free Wifi

Mobile Key

Service Request

Check-in: 2:00 pm

Check-out: 12:00 pm

Minimum Age to Check In: 18

Smoke Free Property

Pet Policy

Pets Not Allowed

Additional Parking Information

Ahuacpinta parking is located 5 minutes from the hotel

Policies and Payments

Accepts: Cash, Credit Cards

Contactless mobile payments

Services

Concierge desk service

Currency Exchange

Property has elevators

Languages spoken by staff:
Spanish, English, Portuguese, Italian

For more information about the physical features of our accessible rooms, common areas or special services relating to a specific disability please call +51 84-231961

Accessible Hotel Features

Property has elevators

Accessible Areas with Accessible Routes from Public Entrance

Entrance to On-Site Business Center is Accessible

Entrance to On-Site Fitness Center is Accessible

Entrance to On-Site Spa is Accessible

Main Entrance is Accessible

Meeting Spaces are Accessible

Room and Suites Access through the Interior Corridor

Guest Room Accessibility

Accessible Vanities

Closed Caption TV

Deadbolts on Guest Room and Suites Doors

Electronic Room Key

Guest Room and Suites Doors Self-Closing

Lever Handles on Guest Room Doors

Lowered Viewports in Guest Room Doors

Mobility accessible rooms

Non-slip Grab Rails in the Bathroom

Roll-in Shower

Room Windows Open

Safety Chains and/or Latches on Guest Doors

Secondary Locks on Room Windows

Toilet Seat at Wheelchair Height - Toilet for Disabled

Viewports in Guest Room and Suites Doors

Footprints

Carbon Footprint: 19.19 kg per room night

Water Footprint: 696.96 liters per room night

Frequently Asked Questions

The check-in time at Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Cusco is 2:00 pm and the check-out time is 12:00 pm.

The pet policy at Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Cusco is:

Pets Not Allowed

The parking options at Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Cusco are:

Ahuacpinta parking is located 5 minutes from the hotel

The property amenities at Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Cusco are:

Restaurant Bar Spa Fitness Center 24 Hour Room Service Turndown Service Meeting Space Convenience Store Dry Cleaning Service Laundry Room Service Wake up Calls Free Wifi Mobile Key Service Request

Yes, Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Cusco has free Wi-Fi available to hotel guests.

Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Cusco