Concierge.com's insider take:
Housed in a colonial building—with an exposed Inca stone wall in the lobby—this hotel is around the corner from Cuzco's historic center. Decorated with dark woods and bright textiles, the 43 guest rooms are basic but comfortable, and several look onto the city's famed cobblestones and cupolas. But the best seat in the house—actually, a whole batch of them—can be found at the tables of the top-floor breakfast room. Views skim the neighboring tiled rooftops and open up to Plaza de Armas and the hotel's namesake cathedral.—Abbie Kozolchyk
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