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Belmond Hotel Monasterio, Cusco

There is history in the very stonework of the Belmond Hotel Monasterio. Originally the site accommodated the Inca Amaru Qhala’s grand palace before it was converted, at the turn of the 17th century, to a Seminary by the conquering Spanish. That extraordinary building was restored in 1965, to become a magnificent hotel.

Put the Belmond Hotel Monasterio on the itinerary of your luxury, tailor-made holiday to Peru and you’ll be staying in a historic landmark that is protected by Peru’s National Institute of Culture. You’ll also enjoy one of the country’s foremost hotels; featuring grand entrance doors, a Baroque chapel with saintly pictures framed in gold and a central courtyard with a fountain and a 300 year old cedar tree. Not to mention just about every modern refinement and luxury.

Belmond Hotel Monasterio, at a glance

  • Splendid, historic hotel in the heart of Cusco
  • Choice of Royal and Presidential Suites, Junior suites and guest rooms
  • Individual décor reflecting the hotel’s illustrious past
  • Rich wood furnishings, antique artwork and Spanish colonial décor
  • Luxurious marble bathrooms
  • Superb city or courtyard views
  • Private terraces and patios or balconies to the suites
  • Two exquisite lounge and cloisters restaurants
  • Deli Monasterio and lobby bar

For leisure and pleasure

  • Ideally situated for exploring the sights and attractions, cobbled streets and cultural opportunities of delightful Cusco
  • Art tours
  • Cookery classes
  • Aromatherapy massage
  • Architectural and Sacred Valley tours
  • Inca Trail and Machu Picchu visits
  • Fantastic bird watching and botany
  • Tailor-made cultural activities
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