Peru: Cusco: Libertador Palacio del Inka

Cusco’s Libertador Palacio del Inka has a great location, with the Koricacha on one side and Calle Santo Domingo on the other. The main square is a 10 minute walk away. It is a large hotel but easy to get around with spacious elevators that are swift to arrive.

Whilst many parts are modern additions to the building’s historic core, a stroll around the hotel’s central courtyard, cloisters and public areas reveals that it is steeped in history. Original Inca masonry can be seen in the foundations visible in the bar.

Rooms have carpeted floors, cable TV and large bathroom. Some overlook the mountains, street or Koricacha while others have an internal view only. Suites are large and beautifully adorned with antique furniture and paintings. These are mostly located in the historic section. Some have quaint little wooden balconies.

The restaurant serves an impressive buffet breakfast and the evening menu includes both good local and international dishes. There is also a Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and small gym. Hidden away on the fourth floor is a pleasant sun terrace.

Our Comment

A great base those seeking a first-class hotel with a bit of history and all mod cons in Cusco.
David Nichols, Product Manager

 

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