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

8-Angled Stone Ritual

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

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Reception Area

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.

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The Steps of Art

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

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The House of the four busts

La Casona de los Cuatro Bustos is one of the most famous residences in Viceroyalty. Its arches and patios of Hispanic style have overcome the passage of time.
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Experiencing History

The original stones and walls of Palacio del Inka, its arches, patios and corners, raised at diff¬erent and significant moments in the history of this city.
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The Stone of Eight Angles

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, and Machu Picchu.
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