FIVE CENTURIES OF HISTORY IN AN EXTRAORDINARY PLACE
The Palacio del Inka is an outstanding example of the cultural heritage of the city, The hotel fuses the Inca archeological legacy and the Spanish colony artBuilt upon part of the most important temple of the Incas, the Qoricancha or Temple of the Sun, and one of the most celebrated residences of viceregal Peru, the Casona de los Cuatro Bustos. The hotel is a considered a museum and it is worth doing the art tour that it offers every afternoon. Its 203 rooms and suites feature carved wood details and hand-painted details by famous local artists. The splendid Inti Raymi restaurant and the Rumi Bar are the ideal places to embark on a culinary adventure with Andean specialties or to take a pisco sour, and its exclusive spa offers the only thermal circuit in Cusco.
Best of the Best
Inca emperors and Spanish conquistadores once made their homes at Palacio del Inka. Today, the historic mansion offers a conquering experience with its handcarved furnishings, deep jewel tones, Peruvian textiles, and colonial-era artworks. Even the original walls stand intact. Set across from the ancient Koricancha Temple and just minutes from the main square, the 203-room hotel is ideal for exploring this foot-friendly city. More sensuous discoveries are made at the spa, which combines Andean wisdom with modern techniques. Organic and locally sourced ingredients go into the regionally influenced fare at Inti Raymi.
Whether you’re up for a culinary foray into local kitchens or a cycling expedition in the Sacred Valley, the Venturia tour desk can create the perfect itinerary.
Health & Safety
Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Cusco has always stood out by caring for every detail. This includes the safety of our staﬀ, guests, clients and suppliers. In a time of enormous challenges such as the one we are going through, we not only stand by our commitment, but we improve our protocols by raising our existing standards in order to provide a safer environment in all our properties for today's travelers.
The “Marriott Cleanliness Council”, that applies to all of their brands and involves global experts in cleaning and safety, has developed and implemented new specialized protocols for preventing the COVID-19 spread. These will allow us to continue oﬀering the highest standards of service.
Reduce, reuse and recycle have become the mainstays of the idea of sustainability. The hotel has taken these core concepts to heart and are constantly embarking on new initiatives to further these goals: the reduction of the use of water, electricity and fuel, the reuse of wastewater through treatment plants that allow the watering of gardens and the recycling of paper, plastic.
Palacio del Inka´s sustainability strategy includes issues that are related to suppliers, talent, customer satisfaction, community relations, environmental care, etc. The initiatives defined to reach the 2020 and 2030 goals will allow the work to be decentralized in different areas of the hotel and that they are an important part of the day-to-day operations of each area.