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Built on Inca foundations, Palacio Nazarenas is Cusco’s fairytale hideaway. The hotel preserved the original Inca stonework, colonial frescos, and gold-framed paintings and blends them with contemporary Peru. Discover a fabulous spa, the city’s first outdoor pool, and timeless cuisine from leading Peruvian chefs. 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.
Rich history meets modern indulgence.
This intimate urban retreat has just fifty-five suites, each enriched with oxygen and their own private bar where guests can create drinks accented with fresh ingredients grown at and around the hotel. Lovingly restored, the 17th-century architecture gives each artistic room and suite a distinctly colonial feel. Some suites feature original Inca stonework; others boast balconies with hypnotic views of Cusco’s distant, mist-wrapped mountains.
Hidden behind an ancient façade, within the largest of seven cloistered terraces, you’ll find Cusco’s first outdoor heated swimming pool. This is the heart and social hub of Palacio Nazarenas.
Inspired by Inca and Andean culture, Hypnôze Spa, Cusco offers a series of unique treatments to improve physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing. An in-house organic product line celebrates indigenous healing ingredients. Exposed Inca ruins keep the interior as remarkable as the therapies on their acclaimed menu. We highly recommend their signature Body Wraps: Rise and Shine (maca, honey, and muña), Equilibrium (thermal clay, lavender, and chamomile), or Breathe Calmly (coca, muña, and eucalyptus)
Weaving traditional ingredients into a bold new culinary approach, Senzo sets itself apart from other Cusco restaurants. Their chefs champion delicate flavors and freshly sourced ingredients, while modern twists offer new interpretations of Peru’s rich culinary heritage. Whether you’re dining à la carte for dinner or waking up to breakfast, feast on their fruits and greens – harvested directly from the hotel’s garden – that sit at the heart of Andean cooking.
The perfect go-to spot any time of the year, Senzo Bar tempts tastebuds with a selection of colorful dishes and an extensive drinks menu. The bar looks out onto the beautiful pool and is the perfect place to try that famous Pisco Sour.Suzy Xiu
Couples looking to immerse themselves in Peru’s rich history will adore Palacio Nazarenas’s historical charm. It’s also fit for families: the spacious suites make this property well-suited for families, and that Belmond service always takes great care of the little ones.Suzy Xiu
Palacio Nazarenas is a short walk away from the Inka Museum, the Sacsayhuaman Historical Site, and Plaza de Armas Square.
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