Hotel Monasterio derives its name from its original purpose as a 16th century monastery. Though the architecture of the hotel, indicative of the colonial period, has not been significantly altered, the hotel features entirely modern facilities, helping to make Hotel Monasterio one of the finest hotels in the world. The artwork found along the walls of the living areas and many bedrooms is part of the monastery’s original collection, and the combination of Inca foundations, colonial Spanish architecture, and modern amenities will exceed all expectations of what luxury should be.
No two rooms here are alike and each one features stunningly beautiful furnishings reminiscent of the hotel’s former purpose, fine linens, and well-appointed bathrooms, providing you with all you need for a comfortable stay. Belmond Hotel Monasterio is also one of the only hotels in the world that offers oxygen-enriched rooms. Extra oxygen is pumped into rooms to help guests feel more comfortable and to acclimatize more efficiently to the high altitude of Cusco.
Of the 91 Deluxe Rooms, 65 have oxygen enrichment capabilities, and many feature delightful views of the main courtyard. The Junior Suites are designed on two levels, with the bedroom on the upper level and a comfortable living area on the lower. The elegant and spacious Presidential Suites feature separate living and sleeping areas in addition to marble bathrooms, and the unbelievable luxurious Royal Suites have outdoor terraces as well as private courtyards for your enjoyment. All of the suites have oxygen enrichment systems available to ensure your comfort during your stay. Be sure to indulge in the Bath Butler service during your stay, where you can have one of many sumptuous baths prepared for your enjoyment, or experience one of the soothing massages performed by the hotel’s capable and highly trained therapists.
While you are at the hotel, dine in quiet luxury at the Illariy Restaurant, or enjoy the famous breakfast buffet of El Tupay Restaurant. The hotel is also located not far from Cusco’s central square, where the city’s most important sights are found. Relax in the original courtyard, which features a number of architectural relics of great interest as well as the massive 300-year-old cedar tree. In addition, Hotel Monasterio is a perfect starting point for a visit to Machu Picchu, whether you travel there by train or by foot along the Inca Trail.Request Information