Originally built as a monastery (hence the name) in 1592, this structure has been lovingly restored and transformed into one of Peru’s finest destination properties, full of historical charm. All of the 125 rooms have striking original touches, and the property uses warm reds, yellows, and greens to complement the existing stone.
Common areas have beautiful Spanish art and art tours will introduce guests to the work. Guests can literally breathe easier at Monasterio, since the hotel will pipe in oxygen (for an additional cost) for those struggling with altitude issues. An excellent restaurant and bar are two more reasons that Monasterio is a top property in Cusco.