The Casa Andina Hotel Cusco family consists of five different hotels, and they are all enticing. The best of the bunch is the Casa Andina Private Collection. An upscale hotel with surprisingly appealing rates, this property pleases on so many levels. The location is one of them.
You can find the Casa Andina Private Collection hotel cozying up to small square in the center of the old city in Cusco. Also worth highlighting is the fact that the hotel occupies a renovated manor house that dates back to the 1700s. Splendid courtyards are among the structural highlights, and a restaurant that is arguably one of the best in the city only adds to the allure of this lodging gem. In the sleek guest units, enriched oxygen is available to help guests deal with Cusco’s high altitude.
The other four Cusco Peru hotels that are part of the Casa Andina family fall under the brand’s label of "Classic hotels." Out of this group, you might be inclined to put the Casa Andina Classic Cusco San Blas at the top of the list. Housed in a colonial building, this Casa Andina offering has plenty of historic charm, and it is hard to find fault with the location in Cusco’s alluring San Blas neighborhood. As is true of the Private Collection hotel, the Casa Andina Cusco San Blas boasts a fireplace lounge for guests to take advantage of, and the rooms are both stylish and well-equipped.
The Casa Andina Classic Cusco Plaza calls Portal Espinar 142 home and is just one more example of a Casa Andina hotel that Cusco visitors won’t want to overlook. Some of the rooms at this hotel near the Plaza de Armas afford views of the Renaissance-era Cathedral, and the guest units are once again stylish and well-equipped.
As for the other two Casa Andina Classic hotels, they include the Cusco Catedral and the Cusco Koricancha. The Cusco Catedral, as its name implies, is very close to the Cathedral, and as is true of all the Casa Andina hotels, the rooms should have little trouble satisfying most travelers. The Cusco Koricancha property is also close to the Cathedral and the Plaza de Armas, though it manages to offer a relatively peaceful environment. The name of this serene Casa Andina offering reflects the fact that it is just steps from the Inca Temple of the Sun, or Koricancha, as it is better known to locals.