"A beautiful break in the last century, in comfort."
This hotel is just so lovely. I want to use the word quaint, and I do not mean that in a patronising way. The whole town is just gorgeous, red earth surrounded by the Andes Mountains which are also red at the moment. It's Spring time here. The people are warm and welcoming and there is so much history and deeply held beliefs here to explore and experience.
Very comfortable room, elisions breakfast, room service if you need it, fresh flowers and fresh fruit in your room.
Located in Cusco Historic Center, this romantic hotel is steps from San Pedro Church and Cusco San Pedro Market. La Merced …More
We were very happy with our stay at this hotel, on both the front and back end of our hike. We got into Cusco at
6:00 a.m. and they let us have a room to nap in until our room was ready. What a godsend! Very efficient and
friendly staff, good location for wandering around Cusco. I definitely recommend it.
Traveller from Seattle, WA
Located in Cusco Historic Center, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Pre-Columbian Art Museum, Inca Museum, and Museum …More
Located about 15 minutes from Plaza de armas walking or 5 minutes away by taxi (6 soles/2$).
Staff is pretty helpful, rooms are clean and just big enough with a nice bed. Just be aware that you will need to walk some stairs to the room.
Traveller from Costa Rica
Situated in Cusco, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Plaza Tupac Amaru, San Blas Church, and Hatunrumiyoc. Museum of …More
I enjoyed the Tierra Viva Cusco. The building was a charming old home with a centre courtyard. Our room was a moderate size, facing the main street. I did not find it noisy.
Breakfast was very filling. They had your typical fare.
The location was very close to the main square. Which l found to be beautiful.
Wifi was very good.
Traveller from Toronto
Located in Cusco Historic Center, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Museo de Plantas Sagradas Magicas y Medicinales …More
The Tierra Viva is an excellent chain (stayed at 2 locations in Peru). Super comfortable beds in spacious and spotless rooms. The San Blas was lovely. We were at the back of the hotel (Rm 212), overlooking the garden, which was very quiet. The staff were very nice and helpful with any requests or questions I had. It is a short walk down the steep! street to the main plaza. We loved the hotel, Cuzco and Peru!
Traveller from Toronto, Canada
Located in Cusco Historic Center, this hotel is steps from San Blas Church and Hatunrumiyoc. Museum of Religious Art and …More
Nice, well laid out room in a modern building. Solid 4 star hotel. Only fault was no fan or exhaust in the bathroom. Walkable to main plaza in about 15 minutes since it is slightly uphill and you are at 11,000 feet. Hotel has good elevator service.
Traveller from San Diego
Located in Cusco Historic Center, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Cusco Craft Center, Centro de Textiles, and …More
Amazing hotel. A little apart from the plaza de Armas but reasonable walking. Everyone is amazingly nice and helpful ! Get your tours with Abel Castillo in the Plaza de Armas; this guys is for real and cheap prices all the way!
Traveller from NJ
Situated in Cusco, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Cusco Craft Center and Garcilaso de la Vega Stadium. Centro de …More
Hotel is located walking distance to major attractions, beautiful antique renovated colonial palace. Rooms are spacious high colonial ceiling, with big and comfortable bathrooms. High speed internet, and staff very kind and helpful. There are a couple of incredible hotels more expensive than Novotel (Monasterio Hotel), but there is no need for more. Best quality value in Cusco.
Traveller from Caracas
Located in Cusco Historic Center, this historic hotel is steps from UNSAAC Yale International Center, Museum of Religious …More
The Old and the New World intersect in Cusco: This fair city was remade in the image of Spain after conquistadors crushed the Inca in the 1500s. This colonial heritage is most evident at the Plaza de Armas, home to three baroque churches. To see the vestiges of the Incas, pass through the bohemian enclave of San Blas in the hills above central Cusco, and head north to the Sacsayhuaman fortress.