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Cusco and the Sacred Valley Hotels

Hotel Libertador Palacio del Inka

  • Plazoleta Santo Domingo 259 Map It
  • Cusco
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  • Lushly appointed and spacious rooms with all the conveniences
  • Some rooms have views to the Sun Temple
  • Close to the action but not in the thick of it


  • There are other colonial-era hotels with a lower price tag

Updated 10/06/2014

Fodor's Review

Close enough, but still removed from the hubbub of the Plaza de Armas, this hotel has made the most of its gorgeous colonial past in the recently renovated design. Located on the tiny Plazoleta Santo Domingo, it was the last home of Francisco Pizarro, the first governor of Peru. The place is huge without seeming so, and has both colonial and modern wings. The colonial rooms are lush as befits the era, many with original furniture, the rooms in the modern wing all have

colonial touches, and every room features central heating to keep out the chill. Stop at the plush bar for a mean pisco sour, and browse through the lobby's original art and paintings from the Cusqueño school.

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Hotel Information


Plazoleta Santo Domingo 259, Cusco, Peru

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084-231–961; 01-518–6500-(reservations)

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 141 rooms, 62 suites
  • Rate includes Breakfast

Updated 10/06/2014

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Nov 27, 2009

Hotel Libertador Palacio del Inka Review

The hotel was magnificent and my friends and I had the most comfortable and stress-free time. The view of the city was everything we needed to feel the real experience of Cusco. I was extremely happy with our choice, there’s no other hotel like Libertador. I felt like we didn’t miss out on anything, like having the whole Andean experience right in front of us. Cusco is filled with so many people from around the world and thanks to Libertador we

were all able to be a part of that.

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By mrcrab1

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Sep 11, 2008

Terrific home base

Lovely hotel where the staff greets you with a cup of mate de coca as you check in. Quiet, but close to the main areas, so you get the best of both.

By emc8760

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Jul 18, 2007

Expensive but Very Nice Hotel

Service here is incredible, and the atmosphere is wonderful. Rooms are quite small but very clean and nice, and facilities like Internet are very accessible.

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