Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel

Peruvian heritage in the heart of Cuzco

A storied experience awaits inside Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel's well-appointed walls. First, a palace, then a museum and finally converted into one of Cuzco's most luxurious hotels, the five-century-old mansion has managed to preserve a sense of place and history with décor that includes 195 pieces of artwork from across the many chapters of the city's history, beginning with pre-Incan art.

The landmark's striking design details, like the vivid blue of the lobby (a nod to the Andahuaylillas church, considered the Sistine Chapel of the Andes), cobblestone courtyards, carved-wood furniture and stone arches, provide an excellent juxtaposition for the opulence of the modern amenities, such as the hydrotherapy-equipped spa, unique and comfortable guest rooms, and service fit for Incan royalty. Palacio del Inka combines its rich culture and past with the here and now.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • A curated selection of wines by the hotel's master sommelier completes the dining experience at Inti Raymi restaurant, only open to hotel guests. The patio makes the perfect spot for a romantic dinner.
  • Water inspires the spa's treatment menu and the facility itself. It offers Cuzco's only hydrotherapy circuit
  • The décor differs in each of the 203 rooms and suites. Still, every accommodation evokes the traditional beauty of the city with vaulted, hand-painted ceilings and baroque antiques sourced from Peru's colonial era.
  • Enjoy luxurious amenities like marble bathrooms, Frette linens, and in certain rooms, a private terrace.
  • The Cuzco hotel sits across from Coricancha, or the "Temple of the Sun,” one of the city’s most popular attractions. Also easily access other must-stop sites, shops and museums from the property, located only a few minutes from the main square.

Things to Know

  • Traveling families will enjoy the ample space of the two-bedroom Inca Temple Suite and the terrace.
  • Don't forget to check the hotel's event calendar as it provides an extensive range of unique cultural programming –– cuddle a baby alpaca, learn to make a pisco sour from the best or take a nighttime tour of the city.
  • Palacio del Inka serves buffet-style breakfast daily, accompanied by a live harp player, ensuring your day begins on the right note.
  • Learn more about the luxury hotel’s impressive art collection — which includes 60 original Cusco school paintings — by taking the Saturday art tour.

24-hour room service
Babysitting services
House car
Indoor pool
Meeting rooms
Getting There
Plazoleta Santo Domingo 259, Cuzco, Peru
CUZ (12-16 min)  
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