An incomparable place; specially decorated with colonial details, unique in the city of Cusco and the world, our style of luxury will make you feel that you have gone back in time, but with all the comforts of a modern and luxurious hotel; every detail is important to us, we are not just another hotel in Cusco, we are the reference of your trip in harmony with the environment and the comfort of a hotel in this beautiful land of Cusco
Hotel Monasterio San Pedro
Every detail is important for your trip, we know that you want to live a different experience; that’s why we offer you more, just relax and you will have what you need in your room; we have a staff of collaborators and suppliers exclusively selected, that will make your tour to Cusco and Peru the most splendid experience
Our staff is always ready to offer you personalized and special attention to make you feel at home.
Discover the magic of a trip to Cusco
We are located in a central area of the city of Cusco, near the Plaza de Armas, besides them from our location you can find restaurants, stores, in addition to being near traditional markets, the area is completely safe and comfortable, whether you want to arrive by cab or transportation from your travel agency, will be easy to get there and leave
1. We are hosts
Travellers are welcome at our hotel. Your good comments motivate us.
2. We are committed and do
We meet our objectives. They are ambitious, achievable, flexible, agile, and measurable.
3. We are a great team
Our united family achieves more. Good communication connects us.
4. We grow together
We promote and support personal and professional development. Feedback helps us to grow.
5. We live in values
Respect, Friendship, Loyalty, Perseverance and Tolerance are the main values we promote. We have integrity in everything we do.
6. We provide quality
Excellence, consistency and attention to detail are the pillars of our success.
7. We innovate
We are on the move and continuously improving. Technology drives us.
Near to Hotel Monasterio San Pedro
Traditional San Pedro Market
The San Pedro Market in Cusco sits about an eight minute walk south from Plaza de Armas but couldn’t be more different!! On the walk to it you’ll generally notice more and more street vendors and ladies in traditional dress sitting on the side of the streets selling nuts, popcorn and other small bags of dried foods. You’ll spot more and more local shops (tiendas) selling the most random of things all in the one tienda. If you’re looking for an alpaca jumper, a freshly made juice, a bag of nectarines, some plantains to fry, buttifaras (ham sandwiches served on French bread) or some cheesy gifts for your parents or friends back home you’re definitely on your way to the right place!
Cusco Main Square
The Plaza de Armas is an unparalleled destination within the beautiful Imperial City and is an unmissable point of the city since it is where numerous tourist circuits take part. It is surrounded by colonial buildings that denote the passage of the Spanish and many other buildings of great importance. Even so, this square has an origin that dates back long before the conquest, and its part within the Inca Empire was of great importance. The Plaza de Armas was the point chosen by the Incas to begin the creation of the capital of the Inca Empire. History, culture, beauty, and tradition complement each other in this place to create one of the best-known squares within Peru. For this reason, together with Machu Travel Peru, we want to explain everything about the Cusco main square and a bit of its history.
The Coricancha was the most important religious and political temple for the Incas. It was the main shrine of the god Inti (sun). It was so important that visitors entered barefoot and on and fasting.
Its walls are the most finely carved of the empire. One thinks that Coricancha already existed before its definitive remodeling that executed the emperor Pachacutec The Inca ordered to coat the temple with gold plates.
After the Spanish conquest in the sixteenth century, the Dominican order built on its structures the Convent of Santo Domingo with the purpose of culturally submitting to the Incas. Today, both buildings coexist in a single temple.