- This exquisite 16th-century colonial manor was one of the first Spanish buildings in Cusco, located just steps away from the picturesque main square, Plaza de las Nazarenas. Once occupied by the conquistadors of Peru, it is now an exclusive boutique hotel that has been carefully restored to retain its historical heritage and décor.
- The first Relais & Chateaux property in Peru and member of the prestigious National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World.
- Inkaterra has meticulously restored 11 suites, maintaining the original design and architecture and replete with antiques, set around a Spanish courtyard.
- Relax in front of a roaring fire lit in the lodge lounge or the privacy of your suite, and soak up the Spanish-colonial ambiance on a stroll beneath centuries-old stone arches.
- This is the perfect base from which to explore the vibrant capital of the Incan Empire and absorb the mysticism of the surrounding Andean valleys and villages. Step just outside the lodge to explore the heart of Cusco’s historical district, then venture into the nearby Sacred Valley to discover intriguing Inca ruins and traditional Andean culture.
- Savor traditional Peruvian dishes infused with international flavors and prepared using gourmet techniques by the hotel chefs. Sip on Peru’s national drink, a pisco sour, while stargazing from the lodge’s arcaded courtyard.
- Indulge in revitalizing spa treatments that use natural products infused with local botanicals.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Experience an exhilarating horseback ride in the Sacred Valley starting from ecological site of Pachar near Ollantaytambo town. Follow a path crossing the Urubamba river where you can see spectacular landscapes with snow coverd mountains, agricultural terraces and part of an Inca trail. Continue the path to arrive at an Inca bridge towards Ollantaytambo.
Start the southern route by visiting Tipon and its extensive Inca ruins, which include baths, terraces and irrigation systems still in use today, as well as a temple complex.Next, head to the archaeological site of Piquillacta, which literally means “place of the flea”, 32 kilometers south east of Cuzco. The archaeological site was built around 1100 AD by the Wari culture, which is made of more rudimentary stone works than those of the Incas. It is the only pre-Inca archaeological site located in the area, close to a lake.
Visit Andahuaylillas, a pretty Andean village famous for its lavishly decorated Jesuit Church, called the “Sistine” because of its beautiful frescoes, and quaint plaza surrounded by trees.Then see the village of Huaro, with its dazzling recently-restored colonial church. The walls were decorated with paintings by Thaddeus Escalante in 1802, which were originally used to evangelize the illiterate.
Enjoy a private guided trip to Chinchero village, Maras salt mines and the circular terraces of Moray. On the way you will see some of the most scenic spots in the Sacred Valley. First, visit a traditional Andean village called Chinchero located in the highlands of Anta. The visit combines Inca archeological sites, typical Andean community, a colonial church, and a colorful market which to date, on its “market day” practice the tradition of “barter” goods.
Enjoy a bike ride through an impressive Andean landscape, local culture and traditional villages. Ride towards the town of Pisaq. Pass through the small villages of Taray and Calca.
Start this interesting excursion from the archaeological site of Ollantaytambo, which is one of the most ancient continually occupied human settlements in America. This site shows the best example of city planning done by the Incas. Its excellent construction with its strong walls was both a temple and a fortress.
This exquisite 16th-century colonial manor was one of the first Spanish buildings in Cusco, located just steps away from the picturesque main square. Once occupied by the conquistadors of Peru, it is now an exclusive boutique hotel that has been carefully restored to retain its historical heritage and décor. With its suites set around a Spanish courtyard, replete with antiques and original architectural details, Inkaterra La Casona offers sober elegance without sacrificing authenticity. This is the perfect base from which to explore the vibrant capital of the Incan Empire and absorb the mysticism of the surrounding Andean valleys and villages.
Inkaterra La Casona is Cusco’s first boutique hotel and first Relais & Châteaux property in Peru. Strategically located in the heart of the city at the traditional Plaza de las Nazarenas, it is a striking 16th Century manor house carefully restored to emphasize the mélange of cultures and traditions. With colonial furniture and original murals, its interior design reflects the encounter of cultures and traditions across five centuries. It was home to Spanish conquistador don Diego de Almagro (1534) and Simón Bolívar after his victory in the battle of Ayacucho (1825). Inkaterra has meticulously restored 11 suites, maintaining the original design and architecture around an open patio.
La Casona offers 9 gorgeous Patio suites and 2 Plaza suites, featuring either king size beds or twins and marble bathrooms with all the modern amenities one would expect from a luxurious boutique hotel, all with fabulous views of the plaza or the internal courtyard.
Relive Cusco’s unique mestizo grandeur, the inspiration for the remodeling, which maintains original murals blended with lavish contemporary comforts in the Plaza Suites, overlooking the picturesque Plaza Nazarenas.The Plaza Suites are furnished with either king or twin beds, 100% pima cotton sheets, 4 anti-allergenic pillows, down duvet, a dining area for 2 guests with a stone fireplace. These exclusive suites have a large marble bathroom equipped with two sinks, tub, shower and independent toilet, special Inkaterra handmade toiletries, lush towels, and twin closet.
For maximum comfort, the suites are equipped with thermostat controlled heated floors, free Wi-Fi Internet, flat screen TV with cable, DVD, iPod speakers, mini bar, safety box and cordless phone.Likewise, the suites are fully serviced with VIP treatment, housekeeping service three times daily and personalized welcome.
Handsomely appointed and boasting the most exquisite amenities the Balcón Suites are furnished with either king or twin beds and 100% pima cotton with 4 anti-allergenic pillows, down duvet, a dining area for 2 guests with its own stone fireplace.The large marble bathroom is equipped with two sinks, tub, shower and independent toilet, special Inkaterra handmade toiletries, lush towels and twin closet. For your maximum comfort, the suites are equipped with thermostat controlled heated floors, free Wi-Fi Internet, flat screen TV with cable, DVD, I Pod speakers, mini bar, safety box and cordless phone.
Appreciate the patina of time and tradition, as colonial furnishings and original designs blend with lavish contemporary comforts in the Patio Suites overlooking the central courtyard of Inkaterra La Casona. The Patio Suites are furnished with either king or twin beds and 100% pima cotton with 4 anti-allergenic pillows, down duvet, a dining area for 2 guests with its own stone fireplace. The large marble bathroom is equipped with two sinks, tub, shower and independent toilet, special Inkaterra handmade toiletries, lush towels, and twin closet.
Fresh, clean and creative, Executive Chef Shane Watson showcases Likuliku’s cuisine with the finest local and international produce with an emphasis on local seafood, lush tropical fruits, premium product and the diversity of cultures that shape the South Pacific. The hot tropical climate lends itself to simplicity, whilst our market positioning requires a unique, creative style and contemporary flair.
The food served at the manor’s dining room is fresh, natural and nutritious, making creative use of local ingredients as the portal for exploring and discovering indigenous culinary secrets. Enjoy exquisite national and international liquors and spirits; and delight yourself with our complimentary Tea Time. Andean trout in tempura, quinoa tabbouleh and braised lamb shank are some of the delicacies available at our boutique hotel’s menu. Harvested from our native orchard in Machu Picchu, organic goods (including red, black and brown quinoa, the Urubamba giant corn and a great variety of potatoes) are supplied to Inkaterra La Casona, first Relais & Châteaux property in Peru. We want to delight our guests unveiling the marvels of the Andean cuisine.
Facilities at La Casona include a lounge, library, La Veranda massage room, day bed and terraces surrounding two inner patios, dining room and dining terrace and 4×4 private excursions around Cusco and the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
This massage helps to de-stress the body and restore physical, mental and emotional balance. The massage therapist uses techniques designed to help you recover flexibility and achieve maximun relaxation. It consists of passive streatching and applied pressure, using fingers, hands and elbows, along the energy lines of the body.