The Casa Andina Premium Cuzco is housed in a renovated mansion in historic Cuzco in Peru, originally dating back to the 18th century, combining simple old world charm with pleasant communal areas and modern amenities.
Overlooking Limacpampa Square, it’s hard to get much more central during your stay in Cusco than this. You are perfectly located to explore the main highlights and ancient culture of this famous city.
Relax by the fireplace in the lounge as you reflect on your Peruvian adventure and what lies ahead.
Originally built in colonial Cusco in 1599, the building that houses Casa Andina Premium has a huge amount of historical depth to explore. Take a quiet moment in the courtyard to reflect on the history and authenticity of where you are staying.
A great option for families, the different rooms here offer a variety of room configurations all decorated in a distinctly Peruvian style.
The Casa Andina Premium Cuzco is a recent addition to Peru’s Casa Andina Hotels, a leading hotel chain in the Andean region. Its cosy lobby and fireplace, three beautiful interior courtyards, and helpful and hospitable staff create a warm and welcoming atmosphere that is sure to enhance your stay in Cuzco.
Located in the old colonial part of Cuzco, the Casa Andina Premium sits directly in front of the Limacpampa square and is only three blocks from Cuzco’s main square, the Plaza de Armas. From the moment you step out of the hotel you'll easily be able to visit archaeological sites, colonial churches and living cultures within Cusco as well as in the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
The hotel has a fantastic gourmet restaurant serving dishes made with delicious local produce, including many ingredients sourced from the Sacred Valley.
When to visit
Once an 18th century mansion, Casa Andina reflects the history of Cuzco and is the perfect location for exploring Plaza de Armas.
The Casa Andina Premium Cuzco is located 3 blocks from the Cuzco's central square, in the South of Peru.
13-hour flight from London to Lima's Jorge Chávez International Airport, followed by a 1-hour 15-minute domestic flight to Cuzco (overnight in Lima usually required).
Family Fun in Peru
Peru offers the perfect introduction to South America for families. There's a diverse selection of activities on offer, family-friendly accommodation, and bucket-list highlights. This fun itinerary combines wildlife, culture and adventure, taking in Peru's Amazon rainforest, tours of the Sacred Valley and the iconic Inca ruins of Machu Picchu.
Chinchero, Maras & Moray (optional hike)
Lose yourself in a fascinating private guided tour to the local village of Chinchero renowned for its archaeological site and colourful market (best on Sunday), the Inca terraces of Moray and the astounding salt pans of Maras.
Cooking Lesson Palacio Nazarenas
Soak up all there is to learn to create delicious local specialities with the hotel's head chef. You will get the exclusive opportunity to visit the hotel’s secret garden to gather fresh produce and master the art of cooking with these seasonal items.
Cuzco Walking Tour - Half Day
Explore the magical city of Cusco on foot with a local guide taking in the rich ambience and key highlights of this fascinating city. The half day tour will take you to the Bohemian quarter, the main square and cathedral along to Mercado de San Pedro.
Full Day Highlights of the Sacred Valley with Wayra Lunch
Wonderful full day private excursion to the village of Pisac home to its colourful Indian market and Inca ruins in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Lunch in Urubamba, followed by a visit to the impressive Inca town and fortress of Ollantaytambo.
Half Day Andean Textiles Tour
Peru's brightly coloured textiles are iconic and can be seen throughout the country, each region boasting its own distinctive style. Pay a visit to the Sulca family Textile Gallery and admire the skills of this generations old art form.
Km 104 trek to Machu Picchu
Plunge into an unforgettable 2 day journey to reach the iconic ancient citadel of Machu Picchu, combining the best of train travel with the KM104 hike taking in the fascinating archaeological site of Wiñaywayna to get a glimpse of the famous Machu Picchu.
Private Tour of Machu Picchu with lunch
On arrival at Aguas Calientes train station you will be met by your guide and assisted with boarding the 30 minute bus journey to the ruins. You will be able to take lunch before meeting your guide again to start your tour.
Sacred Valley Horse Riding & Pisac
Enjoy an unforgettable horse ride in the Sacred Valley (all abilities welcome) combined with a visit to the local market, Inca Ruins of Pisac and lunch. The Sol y Luna horses are Peruvian Paso horses, which are unique to Peru and truly wonderful to ride.
Urubamba White-Water Rafting
An exhilarating and unique way to soak up the breath-taking landscapes and bountiful river of the Sacred Valley, with a dose of adrenaline to get things going.