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Garden courtyard


Twilight at Inkaterra La Casona


Living Room


Spa treatment room


Luxury accommodation


Plaza Suite


Balcony Suite

Inkaterra La Casona, Cuzco, Peru

Luxury boutique hideaway in the heart of fascinating Cuzco, the gateway to Machu Picchu

Price available on request, together with flights, transfers and guides, as part of a tailor-made tour of Peru

Perched high in the Andes, Inkaterra La Casona is brimming with Incan history in the heart of Cuzco. This peaceful 16th century manor house was once training grounds for Incan soldiers, home to a conquistador and lodging for Simon Bolivar, Peru’s El Libertador. Today, that heritage is evident in antique furnishings, local art in the rooms and bright traditional Peruvian rugs. The 11 suites don’t sacrifice any modern touches: each room holds top-of-the-line mod cons and unexpected touches such as heated floors to soothe feet after

a long day exploring local ruins.


La Casona has 9 wonderful patio suites and 2 sumptuous plaza suites, featuring either king size beds or twins and marble bathrooms with all the modern amenities one would expect from a luxurious boutique hotel, all with fabulous views of the plaza or the internal courtyard.

Activities & Experiences

Activities offered at La Casona include guided tours of Cusco, and the surrounding region - such as trips to the Inca citadel at Machu Picchu, the Sacred Valley, the Koricancha Temple, and the archaeological site of Piquillacta. Cuzco is the gateway to Machu Picchu, and few make it to town without pressing on 110km to see the majestic Incan ruins. Our Latin American specialists can design your ideal

tailor-made tour of the region.

Facilities & Services

Facilities at La Casona include a lounge, library, La Veranda massage room, day bed and terraces surrounding two inner patios, dining room and dining terrace and 4x4 private excursions around Cuzco and the Sacred Valley of the Incas. The intimate restaurant serves delicious local delicacies and international cuisine

Weather & Seasons

Cuzco’s location and altitude result in only two seasons: rainy and dry. The rainy season typically lasts from November to March, with the heaviest rains arriving in January and February. The best time to visit Cuzco and the surrounding area is during April-October. 

Getting Here

Most people reach Cuzco as part of a wider Peru or Latin America tour, which our travel experts have tailor-made. However, if you wanted just to visit Cuzco, it's a 13 hour flight from London to Lima, followed by an 80 minute domestic flight to Cuzco (overnight in Lima usually required). For an overnight in Lima, we recommend Atemporal in the chic Miraflores neighbourhood. 

Also in Peru

Our Latin America specialists can tailor-make the perfect Peru or wider Latin America tour for you. Some of our other recommended places to stay in Cuzco include the luxurious Palacio Nazarenas

See more recommendations for the Best places to stay in Peru 

View our suggested 9 night tailor-made tour of the Highlights of Peru 

More ideas for Adventures in South America

Time to Get in Touch?

Please call us on 0203 019 3722 or simply send us an email outlining your requirements.

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