Deal : from US$725 or AUD$1,188 *

Three Nights Twin Share
Stay 3 Nights or More & Save 15%

Limited Rooms on Offer

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Palacio del Inka, Cusco

A storied mansion dating back nearly five centuries, Palacio del Inka stands in the historic centre of Cusco.


Highlights
  • Daily buffet breakfast served at Inti Raymi restaurant*
  • Pisco lessons, includes 2 Pisco Sours per person
  • Daily $25 USD Spa Credit
  • Plaza de Armas and Cusco Cathedral Audioguide
  • Hotel Tour

Important Terms
  • * This product is priced in United States Dollars (USD), AUD rates can fluctuate depending on exchange rates, final rates in AUD will be confirmed by your consultant at time of booking.
  • Travel Period: Now - 23Dec20
  • Minimum stay required of three (3) consecutive nights
  • A limited number of rooms may be available at these rates and additional restrictions and blackout dates may apply
  • Rate includes 10% service charge and 18% value added tax (VAT)
  • **Up to 2 children under 12 years old can stay in the same room. Breakfast for children not included.
  • Prices shown are fully inclusive of taxes unless otherwise stated.
  • Advertised price includes any bonus nights, special offers or discounts listed in the inclusions.
  • Surcharges may apply due to demand, Christmas & New Year's Eve, school or public holidays, trade shows, special events & other unforeseen circumstances.
  • Prices may be based on Dynamic Rates and as such, may fluctuate at anytime without notice, due to matters outside our control, such as adverse currency fluctuations, fuel surcharges, taxes and airfare increases, or at the property's discretion.

Stay 3 Nights or More and save 15%

Travel Period: Now – 23Dec20

Extend your Cusco adventure and enjoy amazing discounts.

 

Rates for 3 nights in USD start from US$725 based on twin share in a Classic Guest Room

 

Package Includes: 

  • Daily buffet breakfast served at Inti Raymi restaurant*
  • Pisco lessons, includes 2 Pisco Sours per person
  • Daily $25 USD Spa Credit
  • Plaza de Armas and Cusco Cathedral Audioguide
  • Hotel Tour

 

*Minimum stay required of three (3) consecutive nights. A limited number of rooms may be available at these rates and additional restrictions and blackout dates may apply. Rate includes 10% service charge and 18% value added tax (VAT). For more information and other conditions please confirm with our Travel Specialists at time of booking.
**Up to 2 children under 12 years old can stay in the same room. Breakfast for children not included.

 

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Rooms

Superior Room

Majestic in spirit and appearance, Superior Rooms blend a rich Peruvian personality with the city’s enchanting history, starting with characteristic courtyard or streetside views visible through an oversized window. Framed in the room’s dark ochre—said to reflect Andean spirits—the window also features handmade curtains adorned with a rainbow of tassels that recall the tradition of adorning the ears of llamas and alpacas in the high Andes with similar accessories.

 

Deluxe Room

Singular in their expansive layout and rare décor, Deluxe Rooms present venerable courtyard or streetside views through oversized windows or from an open-air balcony. Available in select rooms, the balconies present a private space to soak up the intoxicating spirit emanating from the streets of central Cusco.

 

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Suites

Junior Suite

Inspired by the hotel’s original incarnation as the “Four Busts Mansion,” the one-bedroom Junior Suites enchant guests upon arrival with streetside or courtyard views visible through an oversized window. Framed in the room’s dark ochre, said to reflect Andean spirits, the window also features handmade curtains adorned with a rainbow of tassels that recall the tradition of adorning the ears of llamas and alpacas in the high Andes with similar accessories. These engaging nuances add to the enchanted ambience, which also includes a hand-painted ceiling, exposed wood beams, and authentic antiques—along with colonial construction.

 

One-Bedroom Suite

The exquisite One-Bedroom Suites captivate guests upon entrance with characteristic central city views through oversized windows or—in select suites—a open-air terrace with a breakfast table for two. In both cases, the vista is framed by handmade curtains adorned with a rainbow of tassels that recall the tradition of adorning the ears of llamas and alpacas in the high Andes with similar accessories. These engaging nuances add to the enchanted ambience, which also includes exposed wood beams, hand-painted friezes, and authentic antiques—along with colonial construction.

 

Senior Suite Room

Presenting an indelible combination of space, amenities, and historic details, the Senior Suites offer characteristic city or courtyard views from a private terrace, in select suites. Furnished with a breakfast table for two, it invites guests to soak up the rich culture of central Cusco.


 

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Palacio del Inka stands in the historic centre of Cusco. Directly across from the Koricancha, a five-minute walk from the main square and less than a mile from an array of museums, markets, and restaurants.

The historic capital of the Incan Empire is woven with the threads of age-old Peruvian traditions and embellished with the details of Spanish elegance. Within peaceful courtyards, lively European-style squares, and sacred hillside sanctuaries, unforgettable encounters await.

Presently, avenues, centuries-old passageways, cobblestone side streets, and alleys traverse the city, each leading to the Palacio del Inka. 

Just a short stroll away, the Museo de Art Precolombino and Museo Inka present artefacts that trace Peruvian history from pre-Inka civilisations to Inka culture to the impact of the conquest. History is also on display at the nearby Stone of the 12 Angles -a massive stone demonstrating the perfection of Inka architecture- and at Saqsayhuaman, one of the largest open-space temples left by the Inkas. Additionally, the city’s main square -home to the Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site- is less than a half-mile walk from the hotel, along El Sol Avenue.

 

T’ikariy Tour Desk

Whether guests are looking for culture, fun, or adventure -or all three at once, the T’ikariy Tour Desk presents a variety of captivating options.

Guests looking for low impact activities enjoy local walking and biking tours that explore celebrated city sites and streets, while more athletic guests embark on a cycling, hiking, or river rafting adventure in the Sacred Valley, surrounded by dramatic scenery.

Those interested in a speciality experience select between gastronomic forays to nearby restaurants and kitchens;trips to Pisaq, a Sacred Valley market rich in local traditions; forays to Maras and Moray, Inkan archaeological sites, and more.

 

Dining

Inti Raymi Restaurant

Founded on Andean ingredients -ranging from quinoa to a vast array of potatoes and vegetables from in the Sacred Valley- along with regional meat and fish, the menu highlights the best of regional gastronomy. At the same time, it serves up premium international cuisine, which debuts in the Breakfast Buffet.

 

Rumi Bar

The menu includes the signature Chicherito and Pisco Sour, along with traditional cocktails, wines, and beer. Meanwhile, snacks and Tapas range from regional specialities to international favourites, such as mini pizzas. 


Call a Luxury Hotel Specialist on 1300 308081 and Quote #19990
Call a Luxury Hotel Specialist on 1300 308081 and Quote #19990

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