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Belmond Hotel Monasterio
Historic Luxury in Cusco
Art Walk
You're The Chef
A Musical Meal
Belmond Hotel Monasterio
Historic Luxury in Cusco
Art Walk
You're The Chef
A Musical Meal
Belmond Hotel Monasterio
You'll feel like you've traveled back in time at the Belmond Hotel Monasterio—and that's not due to the high altitude. A dedicated national monument dating back to 1592, the former monastery sits on Inca stone foundations, which were later topped by plenty of Spanish colonial flourishes. Evidence of this is everywhere you look, from the rich fabrics, antique furnishings, and 16th-century paintings to the gilded chapel.

The 125 rooms and suites (which include three Presidential Suites and two Royal Suites) feature original design elements, along with perks like butler service and free WiFi; many of the accommodations are also enriched with oxygen to help combat the effects of Cusco's high altitude. The Illariy Restaurant, overlooking the serene courtyard, is ideal for a leisurely breakfast, while the Lobby Bar is the spot for a late-afternoon Pisco and live jazz, both enjoyed around the fireplace. Though the central Plaza de Armas buzzes just a few blocks away, once you're through the hotel's arched doorways, you're in another world—and century.
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Amenities
  • Rooms
    Restored 16th century monastery, design and architecture have not been significantly changed so no two are alike and all vary in size and format
  • View
    Views of central courtyard with 300-year-old cedar tree, Cusco streets
  • Bath
    Bathrobe, hairdryer, some bathrooms feature separate bath and shower
  • Tech
    Complimentary Wi-Fi, central air conditioning and heating, telephone in room with bathroom extension, LCD TV/DVD player, personal in-room electronic safe, iPod dock
  • Dining
    Daily buffet breakfast; IIlariy - Classic Peruvian and international dishes. Serves breakfast and lunch; El Tupay - Internationally inspired Peruvian cuisine. Hosts an opera night three times a week. Serves dinner; Deli Monasterio - Offers home-baked breaks with meats and cheeses, along with cakes, pastries, coffee and tea
  • Bar
    Lobby Bar - Elegant colonial-style atmosphere, live jazz and blues three times a week
  • Spa
    Therapy Suite - Andean massage, Reiki, Shaitsu and aromatherapy treatments available. Beauty Salon also available on site
  • Concierge
    24-hour room service, nightly turndown, butler service in some suites
  • Miscellaneous
    Oxygen enrichment in most rooms; daily newspaper delivery
Room Types
  • Superior Rooms
    Superior Rooms feature warm and inviting Spanish colonial decor, king-size or twin beds and luxurious marble bathrooms. Views are across a cloistered courtyard or the Hotel's beautifully restored exterior. Some offer supplemental oxygen.
  • Deluxe Room
    Rooms feature charming colonial interiors with additional space to relax with king-size or twin beds and sofa. Windows look across the courtyard or over the cobbled streets of Cusco. Elegant bathrooms offer shower only. Some offer supplemental oxygen.
  • Junior Suites
    Set over two levels, with bedroom on the mezzanine and stairs leading down to spacious living area with sofa and writing desk. Suites feature rich wood furnishings, antique artwork, stunning views of courtyard or city, and king-size or twin beds. Oxygen enrichment system to combat the effects of Cusco's high altitude.
  • Presidential Suites
    Suites feature a king-size bed, large separate living area with seating and writing desk, private patio or balcony, and marble en-suite bathrooms. They also include oxygen enrichment to combat the effects of Cusco's high altitude.
  • Royal Suites
    These exclusive suites include a king size bed, luxurious bathroom with separate bath and shower, separate living area with seating and writing desk, and a large private terrace. Oxygen enrichment system to combat the effects of Cusco's high altitude.
Historic Luxury in Cusco
A former monastery, and a national monument that dates back to the late 1500's, the Belmond Hotel Monasterio is the ultimate blend of history and modern luxury. Nestled around a quaint central courtyard, Belmond Hotel Monasterio's 122 boutique suites are all uniquely decorated to reflect the hotel's rich heritage. Only a few minutes walk from downtown Cusco, Belmond Hotel Monsterio is a fantastic launching point to discover this city in the Peruvian Andes and beyond.
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Art Walk
The hotel offers complimentary tours of its extensive art collection, led by an expert in Peruvian history and religious art. Learn about the artists and subjects behind the original paintings, and enjoy a private visit to the Baroque chapel to hear about its unique history. Contact the concierge to reserve a spot.
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You're The Chef
In recent years, Peruvian cuisine has become popular all over the world, and Lima is now bursting with top-rated restaurants. But you don't have to be in the big city to dine well: Cusco has its share of expert chefs—including, perhaps, you. With the hotel's "Chef for a Day" package, you'll visit the San Pedro market to pick from the wide selection of local ingredients, then return to the hotel for a cooking class highlighting some of the region's signature dishes. Children's cooking lessons are also available.
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A Musical Meal
With its historic setting and romantic atmosphere, the hotel transports guests to another time. That feeling continues at the El Tupay Restaurant where, three nights a week, the gourmet meals are accompanied by a live opera performance. Enjoy the elegant atmosphere as you savor the international dishes and a bottle from the extensive collection of Old World wines.
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