Casa Andina Private Collection
This beautifully renovated 18th-century manor house, just 4 blocks from Cusco’s main square – Plaza de Armas, is complete with authentic colonial character. It offers the intimacy of a boutique hotel but the comforts and services of a much larger property.
The Casa Andina Private Collection in Cusco forms part of the very successful Casa Andina Chain of hotels. The Private Collection hotel in Cusco is one of their flagship hotels, and offers guests something extra special. The hotel is has 3 interior patios with wooden balconies. The principal patio, featuring a gurgling stone fountain, is one of Cusco’s emblematic colonial courtyards. In the hotel’s cosy lounge and reading room is a massive stone fireplace that’s always crackling, while the romantic fantastic restaurant is decorated with 18th-century paintings of the art movement Escuela Cusqueña. Several rooms in the original structure of the hotel feature surviving colonial frescoes unearthed during renovation.
Address: Plazoleta Limacpampa Chico 473,
Telephone: (++51) 84 23 2610 (Hotel)
The Casa Andina Private Collection hotel is located in a small plaza 4 blocks from Cusco’s main square and one block from the famous Inca temple – Korikancha. Cusco’s airport is 10 minutes by car.
- In Room Oxygen Suppliments (On Request)
- Business Center
- Wifi Access
- Air-Conditioned / Heated Rooms
- 24 Hour Room Service
- Laundry Services
The hotel’s 72 rooms are removed from the street and ring 3 interior colonial-style courtyards with wooden balconies. Rooms include Superior, Suites and Imperial Suites. oxygen is available in all rooms of the hotel. Superior Rooms occupy adjoining colonial-style structures around 2 interior patios, while Suites and Imperial Suites are located in the hotel’s original colonial manor house and open onto the principal courtyard.
Prices start from around $189 / night (Superior Room)
Casa Andina have many hotels throughout Peru, and their successful because they make good hotels. The Casa Andina Private Collection is no exception, and is a popular hotel for visitors to Cusco. Book early as this hotel is certainly always sold out months before. Location-wise it is not the most central hotel available, and it is a good 10-15 minute walk to Plaza de Armas and many of Cusco’s restaurants.
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