The Hotel

Daringly modern indulgence with timeless appeal

Step past walls of Inca stones and into a cloistered courtyard with an ancient fountain at its heart. But within these timeless walls, contemporary Cusco comes to life. Find a fabulous spa, the city's first outdoor pool and stylish restaurants serving cutting-edge local cuisine.

This intimate urban retreat has just 55 suites, each enriched with oxygen and with its own private bar where guests can create drinks accented with fresh ingredients grown at and around the hotel.

At a glance

  • ACCOMMODATION 55 suites
  • DINING Mauka restaurant, bistro and Senzo Bar
  • FEATURES Hypnôze Spa, Cusco's first outdoor infinity-edge pool, library and secret garden
  • EVENTS Historic chapel and meeting rooms
  • LOCATION 15 minutes from Cusco Airport, adjacent to Belmond Hotel Monasterio


Every step brings a new discovery



Contemporary Cusco

A sun-drenched stroll from the Plaza de Armas, we’re here to welcome you to our world. Original Inca stonework, colonial frescoes and gold-framed art awaits.

Mauka Restaurant

Home-Grown Pleasures

Our new culinary experience is led by acclaimed Peruvian chef, Pía León. The menu is a gastronomic innovation of local terroir that celebrates the flavors of Cusco and the nearby Andean mountains.

Senzo Bar


Tantalize your taste buds with a grape brandy. Pore over our extensive Pisco menu. Nestled next to the heated pool, our bar is the perfect spot to end your evening.

Swimming Pool


Stretch out in a sun lounger. Dip your toes in the glittering waters. The first outdoor heated pool in Cusco awaits.

Hypnôze Spa

Rest & Relaxation

History is literally beneath your feet at our spa, where a glass floor reveals Inca stonework below. Organic, healing ingredients make up our unique treatment line.

The Chapel

State of the Art

Calling all art lovers: the Our Lady of Assumption Chapel is a treasure trove of precious paintings, fit for any conquistador.

Business Center

On-Call Comfort

Business to attend to? Our 24-hour access allows you to pursue work peacefully.


Cherished Relics

A beautiful collection of Peruvian artifacts, unearthed by local archaeologists, lives in our snug library.


Atelier by Tater Vera

Our quaint on-site store is brimming with ceramics from iconic Peruvian artisan Tater Vera.

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Different. Better. Special.

Staying with us turns a trip to Cusco into an unforgettably unique escape. Here are just some of the features that make us stand out from the crowd.

Outdoor hotel pool lined with sunbeds with trees and hotel in the background

Swimming Pool

Hidden behind an ancient façade, within the largest of seven cloistered terraces, you’ll find Cusco’s first outdoor heated swimming pool. It is the heart and social hub of Palacio Nazarenas.

A single tree in a courtyard with stone paths and flower beds leading from it

Terraces and patios

Each tranquil terrace and patio is landscaped with indigenous flowers and kitchen herbs. Fountains and flowing water channels echo the irrigation channels of the agricultural terraces found in the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu.

The hotel’s period courtyard garden with tables and chairs around a stone fountain at the centre

Guest lounge and library

The gallery in our beautifully restored chapel is now a guest lounge. It is equipped with a computer, television and a snooker table, with complimentary tea and coffee. On the second floor you’ll find a library, housing many Peruvian artefacts.


Butler Service

At this all-suites hotel, your butler will:

  • Send an email prior to your arrival to see if you have special requirements
  • Help unpack and pack your luggage
  • Pisco sour lessons in your suite
  • Provide top tips on where to go and what to do in Cusco and book your tours
  • Coordinate laundry and shoe shine services
  • Supply you with your choice of handmade soap made with local ingredients
  • Arrange wake-up calls and room service
  • Assist with check-out


Visitors to Peru are exempt from the country’s 18% sales tax on charges for their room and food upon presentation at check in with a valid passport and/or Peruvian immigration card. The hotel invoice must be made out to the guest’s name and not to a company name.

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