Inkaterra La Casona is Cusco’s first boutique hotel and first Relais & Châteaux property in Peru. Strategically located in the heart of the city at the traditional Plaza de las Nazarenas, it is a striking 16th Century manor house carefully restored to emphasize the mélange of cultures and traditions. It was home to Spanish conquistador don Diego de Almagro (1534) and Simón Bolívar after his victory in the battle of Ayacucho (1825). Inkaterra has meticulously restored 11 suites, maintaining the original design and architecture around an open patio.
An active player in protecting the environment of the Andes and Amazonian jungle, Inkaterra La Casona supports scientific research and favors agriculture with low greenhouse gas emissions.
With ‘zero carbon’ organic products, the cuisine at Inkaterra explores the flavors and culinary secrets of the Andes. Sustainable cocoa production, close links with the local communities, environmentally friendly excursions: on all fronts, Inkaterra supports biodiversity. The property also encourages responsible fishing and actions to make the region the country’s No. 1 marine reserve.