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Nao Victoria Hostel, hotel in Cusco

Located in Cusco and with Wanchaq Train Station reachable within 1.8 miles, Nao Victoria Hostel provides concierge services, non-smoking rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi throughout the property and a...

The location, private room, & staff. It was excellent that it was so secure at night.
9.2
Scored 9.2
Wonderful
Rated wonderful
2,121 reviews
Price from$80per night
Golden Inca Hotel, hotel in Cusco

Set 1969 feet from Cusco's historical center, Golden Inca Hotel offers accommodations with free WiFi and a la carte breakfast served daily.

Not much
9.0
Scored 9.0
Wonderful
Rated wonderful
1,705 reviews
Price from$46.87per night
Muru Homely Hotel Cusco, hotel in Cusco

Muru Homely Hotel Cusco is attractively located in the center of Cusco, 0.7 mi from Hatun Rumiyoc. Popular points of interest nearby include San Blas Church and Religious Art Museum.

Clean, great breakfast, great staff, comfortable bed, great views of Cusco. Location - the hotel is about 15 minutes walk away from the main square.
8.9
Scored 8.9
Excellent
Rated excellent
961 reviews
Price from$74.91per night
Quechua Hostal Recoleta, hotel in Cusco

Quechua Hostal Recoleta offers private rooms with cable TV, a sun terrace and free Wi-Fi. It is located a 5 minutes’ walk to the central square Plaza de Armas in Cusco.

Near the Plaza de Armas, clean.
8.5
Scored 8.5
Very Good
Rated very good
1,603 reviews
Price from$36.72per night
Casa Esmeralda by Katari, hotel in Cusco

Located in Cusco, a 16-minute walk from Wanchaq Train Station, Casa Esmeralda by Katari provides accommodations with a garden and private parking.

This is a small boutique hotel with only a few rooms. The location is good. The best part is the staff. Especially the front office manager Giara. She really is dedicated to make sure the guests have the best experience. We were surprised to find that there were to go breakfast bags ready for us early in the morning, even when we did not ask for it. Good breakfast. Rooms are ok. Bathrooms can be better. Maintenance of rooms can be improved
9.3
Scored 9.3
Wonderful
Rated wonderful
655 reviews
Price from$48.60per night
El Balcón, hotel in Cusco

In a renovated pre-colonial house from 1630, El Balcon features a charming terraced garden and views of Cusco from every room. Machu Picchu excursions and massage sessions can be arranged.

The atmosphere
8.8
Scored 8.8
Excellent
Rated excellent
1,075 reviews
Price from$65.52per night
Cooper Hotel Boutique, hotel in Cusco

Located in Cusco and with Wanchaq Train Station reachable within 1.6 miles, Cooper Hotel Boutique provides concierge services, allergy-free rooms, a terrace, free WiFi throughout the property and a...

Great breakfast!! Staff are the gem of this hotel, they were very polite and helpful. Great location only steps to the main plaza.
9.4
Scored 9.4
Wonderful
Rated wonderful
743 reviews
Price from$82.13per night
Tariq Boutique, hotel in Cusco

Featuring a bar, garden and views of city, Tariq Boutique is set in Cusco, 984 feet from San Blas Church.

Great location, clean and lots of room to unpack and put clothes away.
8.9
Scored 8.9
Excellent
Rated excellent
489 reviews
Price from$86.11per night
Casa Andina Premium Cusco, hotel in Cusco

Casa Andina Premium Cusco offers accommodations In central Cusco overlooking Limacpampa Square, with traditional, courtyard-facing rooms.

Very comfortable rooms, fancy lobby, delicious traditional breakfast, and amazing staff!
8.8
Scored 8.8
Excellent
Rated excellent
1,146 reviews
Price from$175.10per night
Hilton Garden Inn Cusco, hotel in Cusco

Offering panoramic city and mountain views, Hilton Garden Inn Cusco is set in Cusco's historic city center, only 1969 feet from Cusco's main square.

Breakfast, service.
8.8
Scored 8.8
Excellent
Rated excellent
792 reviews
Price from$115per night
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Cusco's best hotels with breakfast

  • Atoq San Blas Hotel
    9.4
    Scored 9.4
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 243 reviews

    Located in Cusco and with Hatun Rumiyoc reachable within 984 feet, Atoq San Blas Hotel features express check-in and check-out, nonsmoking rooms, a garden, free WiFi throughout the property and a...

    Big room with a big bed. Clean, very quiet, nice shower.

  • Quinta San Blas by Ananay Hotels
    9.1
    Scored 9.1
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 529 reviews

    Featuring free WiFi access and a daily breakfast, Quinta San Blas by Ananay Hotels provides accommodations with an impeccable service in Cusco.

    The staff were exceptional. All so wonderful and helpful.

  • Palacio Manco Capac by Ananay Hotels
    9.2
    Scored 9.2
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 509 reviews

    Set in a beautiful colonial property and featuring an on-site restaurant, Palacio Manco Capac offers accommodations in Cusco. Free WiFi access is available. A complimentary breakfast is served daily.

    Wooow, amazing room, food, location. We loved everything!

  • Tierra Viva Cusco San Blas
    9.1
    Scored 9.1
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 159 reviews

    Located 656 feet from San Blas Square and Cathedral, Tierra Viva Cusco San Blas offers accommodations in Cusco. Free WiFi access is available here.

    I liked the size of the room, the shower was nice.

  • Tierra Viva Cusco Centro
    9.0
    Scored 9.0
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 661 reviews

    Located 320 yards from the main square and 215 yards from San Pedro market and train station, Tierra Viva Cusco Centro features free Wi-Fi and a buffet breakfast in Cusco.

    staff were very helpful and my room was large and comfortable

  • Aranwa Cusco Boutique Hotel
    9.2
    Scored 9.2
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 362 reviews

    Aranwa offers 5-star luxury set in a refurbished sixteenth century mansion, declared National Historic Monument in 1980, in downtown Cuzco.

    Beautiful hotel and super friendly and attentive staff.

  • Monasterio, A Belmond Hotel, Cusco
    9.7
    Scored 9.7
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 108 reviews

    This former monastery dated from 1592, offers luxurious colonial-style accommodations set around a courtyard.

    We got our room upgraded and had a private courtyard.

  • Hotel Sueños del Inka
    9.0
    Scored 9.0
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 188 reviews

    Hotel Sueños del Inka is a pleasant hotel located in the artistic San Blass district. It offers panoramic city views and practical accommodations featuring local décor and free Wi-Fi.

    la posizione era perfetta e l’accoglienza alla pari

Budget hotels in Cusco

  • Cooper Hotel Boutique
    9.4
    Scored 9.4
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 743 reviews

    Located in Cusco and with Wanchaq Train Station reachable within 1.6 miles, Cooper Hotel Boutique provides concierge services, allergy-free rooms, a terrace, free WiFi throughout the property and a...

    So many options for breakfast and all were delicious

  • Yawar Inka Hotel
    9.0
    Scored 9.0
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 449 reviews

    Yawar Inka Hotel features a garden, shared lounge, a terrace and restaurant in Cusco. This 3-star hotel offers a bar.

    Staff was very welcomimg and helpful, especially Arturo

  • Ureta Hotel
    9.3
    Scored 9.3
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 161 reviews

    Ureta Hotel has rooms in Cusco near Holy Family Church and San Blas Church. With free WiFi, this 3-star hotel offers free shuttle service and a 24-hour front desk.

    safe,clean…… The host is very warm and thoughtful.

  • Niños Hotel Meloc
    9.1
    Scored 9.1
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 377 reviews

    Located 1312 feet from La Merced Church in Cusco, Niños Hotel Meloc offers accommodations with free WiFi access and an on-site restaurant. The property features a gift shop.

    Very friendly staff who were very helpful in arranging taxis and early starts.

  • Casa Esmeralda by Katari
    9.3
    Scored 9.3
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 655 reviews

    Located in Cusco, a 16-minute walk from Wanchaq Train Station, Casa Esmeralda by Katari provides accommodations with a garden and private parking.

    Very clean Friendly stuff with much flexibility! Nice view Good location

  • La Casona Real Cusco
    9.0
    Scored 9.0
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 702 reviews

    Located less than a block from the city's main square, La Casona Real Cusco offers accommodations with free WiFi access in Cusco.

    The property had a history which added to the stay.

  • Unaytambo Boutique Hotel Cusco
    9.2
    Scored 9.2
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 350 reviews

    In a large house less than half a mile from Plaza de Armas, Unaytambo Boutique Hotel Cusco offers rooms with colonial style décor and private balconies. There is a terrace, and free Wi-Fi is provided.

    Everything! Staff incredibly helpful and friendly. Thank you.

  • El Tuco Hotel
    9.3
    Scored 9.3
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 295 reviews

    In a renovated colonial-style house and only 6 blocks from Cusco’s picturesque main square, the hotel offers bright rooms with nice décor and free Wi-Fi. Private parking is also free.

    Coco and his family were very helpful with anything we needed.

Hotels located in the center of Cusco

  • Hospedaje Frankenstein
    10.0
    Scored 10.0
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 6 reviews

    Located in Cusco, within a 7-minute walk of San Pedro Train Station and 500 yards of Cathedral of Cuzco, Hospedaje Frankenstein provides free WiFi throughout the property.

  • CASA CRISTOBAL Hotel Boutique
    10.0
    Scored 10.0
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 7 reviews

    Located conveniently in the center of Cusco, CASA CRISTOBAL Hotel Boutique has à la carte breakfast and free WiFi throughout the property.

    Habitación cómoda, ubicación perfecta desayuno delicioso, servicio excelente, muy recomendable.

  • Hotel Romero Cusco
    10.0
    Scored 10.0
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 1 review

    Featuring a terrace, a restaurant as well as a bar, Hotel Romero Cusco is located in the center of Cusco, a 9-minute walk from Wanchaq Train Station.

  • Palacio Nazarenas, A Belmond Hotel, Cusco
    9.8
    Scored 9.8
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 31 reviews

    Featuring an outdoor swimming pool, a spa, a bar, and a restaurant, this hotel is a remodeled palace and has walls made of Inca Stones. Free WiFi is provided and buffet breakfast is included.

    Localização excelente. Instalações lindas. Serviço 10 estrelas.

  • Casa Cruz Verde by Peru Garden Hotels
    9.7
    Scored 9.7
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 3 reviews

    Well situated in Cusco, Casa Cruz Verde by Peru Garden Hotels provides air-conditioned rooms, a garden, free WiFi and a shared lounge.

  • Casa Cartagena Boutique Hotel & Spa
    9.6
    Scored 9.6
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 131 reviews

    Set in a historical building just 2 blocks from Plaza de Armas square, this luxury boutique hotel offers spacious suites with free WiFi. It features a spa and outdoor swimming pool.

    superb location , beautiful decor, wonderful staff.

  • Inkaterra La Casona Relais & Chateaux
    9.6
    Scored 9.6
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 64 reviews

    In an exclusive historic Colonial mansion, Inkaterra offers luxury accommodations with marble fireplaces and a stone decorated Spanish gallery and central courtyard. Massage sessions can be booked.

    Super nice hotel with amazing staff . Well located .

  • MOAF Cusco Boutique Hotel
    9.4
    Scored 9.4
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 948 reviews

    Well set in Cusco, MOAF Cusco Boutique Hotel has 3-star accommodations close to Wanchaq Train Station and Religious Art Museum.

    Great room and location, staff were extremely nice and attentive

FAQs about hotels in Cusco









Timeless Incan Capital

Although it's considered the oldest inhabited city of the Americas and Peru's historical capital, neither of these truly describes the magic enchantment and colorful people of Cuzco. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, its current shape is the colonial result of building on top of many Incan sites, a good example of which is the Cathedral of Santo Domingo.

Must-see places include the walled complex of Sacsayhuamán and the remains of the main temple of Coricancha, dedicated to the Sun God, Inti. For longer Cuzco stays, hotels nePlaza de Armas central square are ideal to fully enjoy the city. Due to its 11,150-foot altitude, some Cuzco hotels offer oxygen to help their guests.

Moray, supposedly an ancient experimental agricultural station, is 29 miles away, and Lake Titicaca is 240 miles away. The road to Machu Picchu is the famous Inca Trail or "Camino Inca," which encompasses settlements, different Andean environments, and many Incan ruins.

Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport offers services to Lima. Arriving at Wanchaq Train Station or Terminal Terrestre de Cusco bus station are also popular choices. Come to visit the ancient jewel, enjoy Peru and Cuzco with the hotel deals available on Booking.com!

Learn more about visiting Cusco
  • 1935 attractions
  • 18 points of interest
  • 1 neighborhood

What Guests Said About Cusco:

  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    Cusco has a beautiful city center - the older central part -...

    Cusco has a beautiful city center - the older central part - with well maintained colonial buildings and churches. The air is really clean - only draw back is if you have issues with the altitude so come prepared to move a bit slower and to lose some time if so. There's a lot of things you can do nearby the city. We didn't have that much time so privileged things within the city center and still had a wonderful time. We visited the plaza Mayor which is surrounded by very well kept colonial buildings, from there you can get to the Inca museum which museum that has artifacts and information of the inca culture. I would skip if short on time, but if looking for something to do near the plaza - definetly give it a go. Also visited Qorikancha, a beautiful monastery that was built on top of an old Inca Shrine. Very nice and worth a visit. We visited the San Pedro market which is basically a market that sells everything (from meat and fruit to souvenirs) - there's also a small artisans market "Feria artesanal Marquez de San Francisco" - it's closer to the plaza de armas (near plaza San Francisco), would recommend this more if you're only looking for souvenirs. Also the food in Peru is delicious, you can find wonderful restaurants, that's always a plus. We went to a couple of restaurants in the city center and none disappointed.
    Maria Fernanda
    Chile
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Cusco is very interesting. Multicultural.

    Cusco is very interesting. Multicultural. I believe it is the most cosmopolitan city in Peru and also the most visited. Great restaurants, receptive people and tourists from everywhere. You always hear a different language next to you. The city tours are interesting and there are numerous tour agencies to help you. But the highlight really goes to the cuisine and historical value of the city.
    Tadeu
    Brazil
  • 10
    Scored 10

    The main plaza was great for events and the centre was easy...

    The main plaza was great for events and the centre was easy to walk around. On your first day, take it easy (especially if you flew in from Lima). Book your excursions from the agencies, not the people on the streets.
    Morgan Riera
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Amazing city.

    Amazing city. It feels like you’re traveling back in time to the 15 century or even older times. Many tours and places to explore. But please be mindful that this city locates in the mountain above 3400 meter sea level. You need to give yourself sometime to adjust to the altitude. If you’ve never been here, it’s definitely a life changing experience you must have. I personally recommend the neighborhood in San Blas. Very quiet and a bunch of selected shops to walk around. But don’t push yourself if you just arrive the city. You can find it difficult to breach if you’re not yet used to the altitude.
    LI CHEN
    Taiwan
  • 6.0
    Scored 6.0

    Cusco is a wonderful city, however, you grow tired of the...

    Cusco is a wonderful city, however, you grow tired of the constant street sellers trying to sell you something. There are a thousand shops and they all sell something similar to each other. You can walk around a couple of markets over a couple of days but then you're done with it all and become bored. If you visit Cusco, try to plan things to do, ie visit museums, visit choloate shops and see how chocolate is produced and made. Go on excursions out of the city. There are ruins on the outskirts of the city and some fantastic walks up to the statue of Jesus and other places. There are some fantastic places to eat, but again, pick where you're going and go there, ignore the people showing you menus on the street. Pricewise, everything is cheap. You're looking at around £10-£20 for a huge meal and drink, or you can get street food for pence. Drinks are cheap too. If you go during a festival or something, expect the main square to be rammed with people. I visited during Corpus Christi and the crowds were so large that it took ages to walk anywhere and most the shops were closing due to being full. It was an experience, but one I wouldn't want again. In the three days I was there, we had Corpus Christi, a military parade and a 10k race. A LOT goes on! Lastly, the airport. There are scammers everywhere, helping you with your bags and everything. A man shouted my name and the company I was with so I assumed he was the driver picking me up. He put my two suitcases, which had wheels, on a trolley and walked about 20m to the car that was collecting me and then wanted a tip. I gave him 4 Soles, about 85p and he wasn't happy. I'd already warned him that I had no cash and didn't want the help.
    Keith
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    The tourist area is full of wonderful shopping.

    The tourist area is full of wonderful shopping. This is the place to buy alpaca sweaters and other locally made goods. You can shop at actual stores but also in the San Pedro and lots of pop-up markets. Credit cards are widely accepted, but cash is preferred, of course. Great restaurants and mostly quite inexpensive. There seemed to be a lot of celebrations and some demonstrations, but nothing of which to be fearful. Take the tours in and near the city; you will learn a LOT and they are quite well-organized.
    Ver Hoef

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Cusco

  • From $116.85 per night
    8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 489 reviews
    Stunning view from the bed. Try to get the room with a view, it is breathtaking to look above Cusco. San Blas is definitely the best location to stay in Cusco! We loved it! Breakfast is very fresh and delicious. At night the even snugged a hot-water bottle under our blankets. Nice suprise. Very clean and cozy Hotel. We loved our stay!
    Jasmin
    Germany
  • From $160 per night
    8.4
    Scored 8.4
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 183 reviews
    We stayed in this hotel with my friends more nights and it was very convenient. I could stay alone in our big apartment to avoid moving. Staff is really nice. I felt safe in the neighbourhood, but that counts for the whole Cusco. Prominent San Blas is around the corner.
    Lucia
    Czech Republic
  • 9.7
    Scored 9.7
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 1,402 reviews
    Antigua Casona San Blas is an amazing hotel in Cusco. The service was out of this world, from the servers in the amazing restaurant and bar, to the turn down service that included hot water bottles and night-time tea. I would recommend this hotel to anyone.
    John Patrick
    U.S. Virgin Islands
  • 8.6
    Scored 8.6
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 418 reviews
    Breakfast was very nice. Staff friendly and helpful. Hotel allowed me to extend my stay a few times. Great location to explore Cusco centre and San Blas neighbourhood.
    James
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 260 reviews
    I would like to give the hotel 5 stars, but since there was a Persian cat named Bigote, +1 for a total of 6 points.
    Andrey
    Russia

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