It is nice,well decorated,and the oxigen in the rooms certainly is a big help,they also kept our luggage and put it back in a new room, after going to Machu Picchu .It is very touristy though and the restaurant only runs on regular hours so if you come back like 18:00 you have to leave the place and at 3340 meters every effort gets your heart pounding,They try to be sophisticated but end up with some inconsistencies ,though I realize that the closet in the bathroom is weird in a former convent it might have been the only solution.What really gets me mad and that goes to all Orient Express hotels are those little hangers with hooks that don't get off like you might steal them , it is so cheap .You tend to forgive because of the beauty and the nice breakfast
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Right beside the lively Cusco central square is Belmond Hotel Monasterio, a former monastery and national monument dating from 1592. This delightful retreat combines centuries-old charm with luxury hotel service, inspired restaurants and boutique rooms and suites-all clustered around a tranquil central courtyard. The ideal hotel from which to discover the delights of Cusco, its doors open to a vibrant scene of old and modern architecture, markets, galleries and restaurants serving 'new Andean' cuisine. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Monasterio Hotel Cusco
- Hotel Monasterio