Located in the traditional Plaza de las Nazarenas, La Casona is a 16th century hotel that stands on what was once a training ground of an Incan army. Embracing the city’s cultural heritage, a trio of exquisite accommodation options are available at La Casona. The Plaza Suite is an inviting contemporary space, embellished in beautiful murals and furnished with sumptuous king or twin beds. Here, you can relax in the gorgeous dining area and enjoy a good book around the stone fireplace. Sink into an enormous tub in the marble bathroom and lather yourself in fragrant Inkaterra handmade amenities. The stunning Balcón Suites and palatial Patio Suite offer VIP treatment and a housekeeping service. All suites feature 100% pima cotton sheets, anti-allergenic pillows, a down duvet, complimentary Wi-Fi, heated floors, a DVD player, minibar, cordless phone and flat screen TV.
Dine on superb menus with freshly prepared local ingredients in the beautiful dining room, and indulge in scrumptious sweet treats at tea time. The hotel truly endeavours to immerse its guests in traditional Peruvian customs. It offers the opportunity to for guests to participate in a Payment to the Earth Ceremony, giving thanks to the Andean gods, and a coco leaves reading predicting the future of your health, work or love life. Take part in fun cooking classes that delve into Peruvian menus and appreciate fine South American wine with a wine tasting. There is a vast array of activities and excursions available in Cusco. We recommend visiting the four ruins of Sacsayhuamán, Puca Pucará, Qenko and Tambomachay, and embarking on a city tour.
What we love about Inkaterra La Casona
- Indulge in a therapeutic treatment at the Yacu therapy room using local botanical products
- Relish magnificently prepared fresh meals in the dining room and learn gastronomic secrets of Peruvian cooking
- Enjoy a fun movie night with popcorn, ice cream and delicious cheese sandwiches
- Explore this colourful vibrant city, which is home to the Cusco Cathedral, the church of the San Blas community, and the Church of Santo Domingo, a significant temple in the Incan Empire dedicated to Wiracocha, the Sun god