Palacio Nazarenas is housed in the remains of a former palace. The hotel is the end product of a three-year restoration project, carried out under the auspices of Peru's National Institute of Culture and guided by eight archaeologists. Incan stone walls encase a cloistered courtyard, a spa, oxygenated suites, personal butler service, an outdoor pool, and restaurants serving local cuisine. The all-suite hotel sits within the Andes mountain range, just a few minutes away from Cusco's Plaza de Armas and the artistic San Blas neighborhood. Inside, you'll find 16 chica suites, 29 suites, nine grand suites, and one Nazarenas suite. The rooms offer a variety of views, including the hillside Inca site of Sacsayhuamán and Cusco's iconic cathedral. Each bathroom features under-floor heating and Peruvian marble.
Reviews From Our Travelers
...the Palacio Nazarenas and Sol y Luna were extraordinary... We wished we could stay longer at the Sol y Luna and Palacia Nazarenas. Rooms jaw-droppingly beautiful. Staff so, so nice.Lori Patel
Palacio Nazarenas was unbelievable.Glenn Landon