Casa Andina Standard Trujillo Plaza is located just a couple of minutes from the Plaza de Armas of Trujillo and only 25 minutes from the airport. Trujillo is known throughout Peru as the City of Eternal Spring due to its constant warm weather. Its average temperature is 75.5 °F. The Trujillo region has a rich history–both pre-Columbian and post-Conquest; some of the most impressive cultural sites in northern Peru lie within easy reach of the city’s downtown. Visitors are also drawn by the beaches and regional cuisine.
Located near the center of Aguas Calientes, El MaPi is an excellent option for short, economical overnight stays in the vicinity of Machu Picchu. The fuss-free rooms are cozy and comfortable–an ideal roost during your days of adventure at the City in the Clouds.
Casa Andina Standard Machu Picchu overlooks the thundering Vilcanota River in Aguas Calientes–the principal gateway to Machu Picchu. When we stay here, we throw open the window to let in the cool evening air and the sound of the river. The fuss-free rooms are cozy and comfortable–an ideal roost during your days of adventure at the City in the Clouds.
Casa Andina Premium Cusco is located at the heart of Cusco’s ancient center, five minutes by foot from the Plaza de Armas, and around the corner from the Temple of the Sun. When you stay Casa Andina Premium Cusco, you know you’re in Cusco. The restored 17th-century mansion has an unmistakable sense of place: cobblestone courtyard, wooden balconies, red-tiled roof, brightly colored doors, and walls of gleaming stucco and ancient Inca stonework.
Casa Cartagena Boutique Hotel & Spa Cusco lies just up the street from Plazoleta Nazarenas, in the heart of Cusco’s ancient center. This is an ideal location for exploring the city on foot; the Plaza de Armas and Cathedral are a five-minute walk to the southwest, passing two of the city’s top museums en route.
Cusco City offers visitors layers of history. As the shining capital of the Inca Empire, Inca influence still permeates the historic center, where Spanish churches now rest on Inca foundations. We've enjoyed time here while traveling solo, with friends, with family,...
El Retablo is a two-story, 17-room boutique bed and breakfast with cozy, colorful rooms. Located in the hilly, historic central quarter of Cusco, four blocks from the Plaza Mayor and two blocks from the Museo de Arte Precolombino, all interior spaces are hand painted by artisans from the Fine Arts School of Cusco, offering guests a distinct Andean experience.
The Inca Rail 360° train is equipped with tall, wide panoramic windows, allowing guests the best possible views on the journey from Cusco or the Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu. Inca Rail 360° train is furnished with comfortable seats, tables, air conditioning, bathrooms, and an open-air observation and bar carriage, and provides an onboard entertainment app.
El Mercado is a 32-room boutique hotel located three blocks from the San Pedro Market and the Plaza Mayor in the heart of Cusco. Formerly part of the farmers’ market, El Mercado incorporates some of the market’s décor, casual atmosphere, and cuisine.
Palacio del Inka Hotel is a national treasure—the former palace of Incas Atahualpa and Manco Capac, and the home of Francisco Pizarro. The hotel enjoys a privileged location across from the Korikancha, or Temple of the Sun, just three blocks from Cusco’s main plaza.
Hallways feature colonial furniture, textiles, and imperial Inca masonry.
Step aboard the Belmond Andean Explorer, the first luxury sleeper train in South America. Outfitted with 16 carriage trains, including a spa and lounge car, this Andean explorer train winds through some of Peru’s most iconic landscapes — from Cusco to Lake Titicaca and Arequipa.
Belmond Hotel Monasterio is set within a 16th century seminary constructed atop the Inca palace of Sapa Inca Tupac Amaru. Few hotels in the New World have such a vivid sense of place. Hotel Monasterio is located on a small square (Plazoleta Nazarenas) a few blocks northeast of the city’s central plaza.