September 12, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Belmond Hotel Monasterio in Cusco, Peru
Voted the Best Hotel in South America by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler, Belmond Hotel Monasterio deserves every accolade that comes its way. Built in the 16th century as a monastery on Inca foundations, this cloistered compound is located amid the historic splendor of Cusco, Peru. Most notably, the hotel serves as an ideal base for exploring the mystical ruins of Machu Picchu. Much of the original architecture of Belmond Hotel Monasterio remains intact, paying homage to its original seminarian occupants. In keeping with its intended purpose, the rooms and suites feature a mix of traditional and contemporary furnishings, with a gallery of religious art gracing the walls. Because of the high elevation, 11,000 feet above sea level, many of the rooms are equipped with an oxygen supplementation system for your added comfort.
Discover each room, hallway, and passage at the hotel, where every undiscovered nook seems to hold legendary secrets. Abutting the main square and courtyard is Illariy Restaurant, a dining retreat adorned with original paintings and art that serves distinctive Peruvian and international cuisine. Morning meals are taken in El Tupay Restaurant, and mixologists at the Lobby Bar are skilled at creating refreshing libations with the shake of a wrist. And if you are in the mood for a more private experience, simply ring for room service round-the-clock. Just a few blocks from Cusco's central square with the cathedral and many prominent museums, Belmond Hotel Monasterio provides an idyllic place to discover everything the region has to offer.
Location of Belmond Hotel Monasterio
Nearest Airport: CUZ
Amenities for Belmond Hotel Monasterio
- General Information
- 112 Guest Rooms
- 2 Restaurants
- 24-Hour Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Laundry Service
- Art Collection
- In-Room Amenities
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Satellite Television
- Individually Designed Rooms
- Mountain Biking
- River Rafting
- Meeting Rooms
- Business Services
- Historic Sites
- Culture & Arts
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Belmond Hotel Monasterio
The hotel is great and the "be a chef for a day" tour is a must!! Chef Victor and Eric were great in telling us about Peruvian history and culture through gastronomy. The best city tour we ever had; through Peruvian food we were able to get a much deeper understanding of this incredible place :)
This hotel is top of the line and worth every penny. From the minute you arrive, the tranquility and extreme level of excellent service prevails. From the welcome by Jean-Pierre, to the amazing restaurant services of Jimy, Miguel and Nelson in particular, our entire 5 day stay was amazing, leaving lasting memories. After long and strenuous days of touring around, it was a real pleasure to return to base and decompress in seconds. The bar service is great. The musical interludes are quality. The food is excellent. Go, treat yourselves to the very best in Cuzco! Thank you to all. Trip of a lifetime.
SWFLGuest - Cape Coral, Florida
This Hotel deserves a visit alongside the other top sights of Cusco. Set around two courtyards with cloisters it has a great chapel and Cusco school art. Food and service are good as you would expect from a 5 star hotel. However apart from Jefferson we found the staff very impersonal compared to Belmond Miraflores or Rio Segrado. We like our window open at night. This proved difficult. Our first room 305 was fine until other guests moved in below and used their terrace to smoke. The room we were moved to 310 was incredibly noisy - despite having asked for a quiet room. On our return they kindly gave us a spectacular upgrade to room 425 which was a museum piece in itself - a real experience. But sadly again very noisy for us. If you are happy with the windows closed or wearing earplugs this place is a great experience. If you are noise sensitive fresh air freaks like us maybe go for dinner!
On the recommendation of a few friends, I capped off my trip in Peru with a stay at the Monasterio and it was as wonderful as I'd hoped. The location is great - near but not on the main square, and around the corner from the charming San Blas neighborhood. The building is filled with art and the service was welcoming and impeccable.
Step v - new york
We stayed in this hotel for several nights during our trip to Cusco and to Machu Picchu. The hotel's location is excellent for the exploration of Cusco. It is about 25 minutes from the local airport, and the station at Poroy, (for Machu Picchu), can be reached in half an hour in the early morning. From the moment when we arrived at the hotel we were greeted professionally and with warmth. The staff are very helpful indeed, whether at the front desk or in the restaurant. (Ciro could not have been more helpful during our breakfasts). The hotel is a converted monastery. It has a long history and it has been restored perfectly, balancing the original architecture with the needs of the guests in a luxurious hotel. Our room was spacious, overlooking a small courtyard. Other rooms overlook the main courtyard. We used our balcony in the evenings before going to dinner; it was perfect way to relax after time in the city. The location of the hotel is about a ten minute walk to the main square, although the pre-Columbian museum is just a minute away on the other side of the small square where the hotel is situated. The hotel provides peace, tranquillity and luxury; if you stay at this hotel I am sure that you will not be disappointed.
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