Hotel and Hostals in Peru

Contents: Hotels in: Lima Cusco Machu Picchu Sacred Valley Arequipa Puno

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Find a hotel or hostel in Peru is not a problem, Peru has many options for everybody. We would like to suggest you some hotels in Lima , Cusco and Other cities of Peru  ( A list of the best hotels and hostals)

Luxury , Mid-Range , Budget



JW Marriot hotel and casino


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Description: A 5-star hotel

Price: USD390

Location:Miraflores district.

Best locations of any hotel in Lima, standing on the cliffs in the Miraflores district with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean from every guest room. Outdoor rooftop pool and tennis courts. Great restaurant.

Miraflores Park Hotel

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Description:  5-star hotel

Price: USD320

Location: Miraflores district

Member of "the Leading Hotels of the World".

The hotel is set amongst beautiful gardens with a cliff top location offering breathtaking views of Lima and the Pacific Ocean.

Hotel facilities include buffet breakfast bar, gardens, swimming pool, spa, gym, restaurant, business centre, function rooms (meetings, conferences, events), free luggage storage, tourist information, laundry service.

Check-in 15:00, Check-out 12:00

Casa Andina private collection : web site -


Description:A 5 star hotel

Price: USD320

location: Miraflores district -  a couple of blocks from the Parque Central in Miraflores.

Hotel facilities include indoor heated pool, sauna, salon, gym, massage room, business facilities, gourmet restaurant, bar, free wi-fi throughout the hotel, meetings and corporate event rooms, gift shops and laundry service.


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Libertador Hotel - Website -


Price: USD140

Location: San Isidro district - just across the road from the San Isidro Golf Club.


Part of the chain of hotels with hotels in Cusco, Arequipa, Paracas, Puno, Trujillo and the Sacred Valley.

Hotel facilities include restaurant, gym, El Balcon bar, business centre.

Radisson Hotel Decapolis Miraflores - website - 


Price: USD110

Location. Miraflores District

A modern hotel with all the usual facilities. Friendly staff. Spacious and comfortable rooms. Great rooftop bar / lounge.


Hotel Antigua Miraflores - website -




Location: Miraflores

Small and elegant hotel. Traditional rooms are carpeted and have fans, cable TV and decent bathrooms. Colonial rooms, in the old section of the hotel, are larger and a bit more comfortable. Senorial rooms are large and have mini-bars and kitchenettes.



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Price: USD35

Location: San Miguel District - between the airport, Miraflores and the Old Town

Mami Panchita is a friendly colonial style guesthouse run by Dutch owner Toon Meeuwsen.

English, Spanish and Dutch spoken. Reliable airport transfers can be arranged.


Malka Youth Hostel - website-



Location:San Isidro district

It's within easy walking distance of banks, supermarket, money exchange, restaurants and the internet.

With a capacity for about 50 persons, most of the rooms contain between 4 and 6 beds.

ideal for backpackers and students. 

The Point Hostel - website


Price: USD30

Location: District of Barranco

This is definitely a place for backpackers and students, it's a great place to hang out and meet other travellers. There are weekly BBQs and every night is party night!! There's always lots going on but it can get a bit noisy at times.

The hostal is close to the beach and offers great views over the Pacific Ocean. The large mansion house has more than 50 beds most of which are in dormitories although there are a few private rooms. There are also Point Hostels in Arequipa and Cusco.



Monasterio Hotel Cusco - website -

Description: 5 stars

Price : USD550

Location: historical centre of Cusco city, 2 blocks away from the Plaza de Armas (main square)

The hotel was once a monastery - the seventeenth century Seminary of San Antonio Abad.

95 single and double rooms, 16 junior suites and 1 presidential suite. Some of the rooms are "oxygen enriched" where oxygen is pumped into the room to help visitors acclimatize to the high altitude (extra surcharge). 

The hotel is a member of the 'Leading Hotels of the World'

Palacio Nazarenas - website -

Description: 5 stars

Price : USD550

Location: Plaza nazarenas, 2 blocks away from the Plaza de Armas (main square) - historical centre of Cusco city

This former palace and convent is emerging from years of restoration to become one of the city's most exclusive hotels

Step past walls of Inca stones and into a cloistered courtyard with an ancient fountain at its heart. Then be surprised as contemporary Cuzco comes to the fore: a fabulous spa, the city's first outdoor pool and stylish restaurants serving cutting-edge local cuisine.

This intimate urban retreat has just 55 suites, each enriched with oxygen and with its own private bar where guests (or their private butler) can create drinks accented with fresh ingredients grown at and around the hotel.

JW Marriott Hotel Cusco  - website -

Description: 5 stars

Price : USD480

Location: Ruinas Street 432 -  historical centre of Cusco city

The JW Marriott Hotel Cusco combines the needs of todays luxury traveler with the design elements of an architecturally stunning archaeological site.




Libertador Hotels

Casa Andina  Hotels Cusco

Andean wings Hotel



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Casa Andina Private Collection - Website:


Price : USD230

Location : Plazoleta Limacpampa Chico 473, Cusco

Casa Andina promotes itself as a "new hotel chain formed by Peruvian investors". In the last 8 years Casa Andina have opened more than 15 hotels throughout Peru including Lima, Nasca, Arequipa & Colca, Puno, Cusco, Sacred Valley and a jungle lodge in Tambopata. All hotels are professionally run and very competitively priced


Hotel Picoaga - Website:


Description:4 star Hotel

Price: USD170

Location: Calle Santa Teresa 344, just one block from the Plaza de Armas -Cusco

Originally the old mansion of the Spanish noble, the Marquis of Picoaga, has now been converted into a comfortable 4 star hotel with 70 rooms. Authentic 17th century architecture with stone archways, attractive patios and carved stone columns. Good restaurant.


Casa San Blas Boutique Hotel - Website:

Description: 3 star Hotel

Price: USD120

Location: Tocuteros 566 (half way up Cuesta San Blas on the right) - historical centre of Cusco city


Hotel is a friendly little place with rooms arranged around a central courtyard. The standard rooms are large, bright and nicely furnished with traditional textiles. Upstairs are the suites which have small kitchens and balconies offering nice views of the city. Tika Bistro Gourmet is  nice little restaurant next door to the hotel that combines Thai and Vietnamese flavors and techniques with traditional Peruvian ingredients.




Amaru Hostal I - Website:


Price: USD55

Location: Cuesta San Blas,historical centre of Cusco city

Backpackers hostal, The hostal has either shared or private bathroom depending on your budget and a small garden and patio. The hostal is fairly small and constructed in Colonial architecture. The rooms in the first courtyard are older and have more character while those at the back are newer but less interesting. They also have a second hotel Amaru Hostal II which is often offered when the first hostal is full. The rates are the same but Amaru Hostal II isn't nearly as nice and the location isn't as convenient or as safe.

The Point Hostel Cusco - Website:


Price: USD20

Location:Meson de Estrella 172, Cusco


"Party Hostels for Backpackers" is how they describe themselves.

there are Point Hostels in Lima, Cusco, Arequipa, Mancora, La Paz and soon to be opening in Puno. The spacious colonial house has around 100 beds in both dormitories and private rooms. The emphasis is on drinking and partying will will suit many backpackers, but definitely not for everyone.

Machu Picchu town - Aguas Calientes


Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge - Web:

Description: "deluxe lodge"

Price: USD950

Location: Adjacent to the ruins of Machu Picchu

The Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge is the only hotel located next to Machu Picchu. All of the other hotels can be found down in the Urubamba Valley in the town of Aguas Calientes.

The hotel now has 29 rooms (10 of which have preferential views) and 2 suites although none of the rooms have direct views of the actual ruins themselves. As you would expect, all of the rooms are comfortable and well equipped, but it is the unique location that you are really paying for. The room rates are ridiculously overpriced but the hotel is nearly always full so book well in advance. "Comfortable, good service" - South American Handbook.


Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel (Inkaterra) - Web: 

Description: 4 star Hotel

Price: USD

Location: Aguas Calientes town Km. 110 on the railroad line, Aguas Calientes.

The Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel is one of best hotel in the district and is located 5 minutes walk from the new station at Aguas Calientes. Situated in 5 hectares of cloud forest garden beside the Vilcanota River, the hotel comprises 85 comfortable rooms each slightly different from one another and all having great views out over colourful gardens. The architecture is Spanish colonial in style with stone archways and red tiled roofs. There's a definite homelike atmosphere about the hotel, with colourful handcrafted furnishings and spacious rooms filled by plenty of natural light. The gardens are incredible with over 372 species of orchid, native palms, ferns, begonias, fruit trees and medicinal plants.

Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel - Web:

Description: 5 star Hotel

Price: USD

Location:Calle Hermanos Ayar Mz 1 Lote 3, Aguas Calientes

The Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel is a new luxury hotel on the edge of town on the road running to Machu Picchu beside the fast flowing River Vilcanota.

Modern, stylish bedrooms, comfortable beds & spacious tile-floor rooms. Many rooms have small balconies. Guests can relax in the Aqlla spa which offers massage therapies, sauna


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La Cabana Boutique Hotel - Web:


Price: USD100

Location:Avenida Pachacutec

Nicely decorated hotel situated on the main street leading up to the thermal springs. 20 comfortable rooms with tiled floors and wood beams giving a rustic feel. Good restaurant, popular with tour groups.

Wiracocha Inn Hotel - Web:


Price: USD 60

Location:Jr. Wiracocha, Aguas Calientes

21 room hotel, all rooms with private bathrooms. Superior rooms have king size beds, TV, telephone, mini bar


Terrazas del Inca Hotel - Web:


Price: USD40

Location: Wiracocha street, Aguas Calientes



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Sacred Valley of the Incas (Pisaq and Ollantaytambo)

Pisaq town

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Royal Inka Pisac - Website:


Price: USD75

Location: (3 minues away by car from the town) Along the road from Pisac up to the ruins, about 500m out of Pisac

Pisac is only 35 minutes by car from Cusco and at a lower altitude., making acclimatization to the thin mountain air easier.

The hotel is a converted hacienda with facilities including an indoor pool, jacuzzi, sauna, beauty and massage salon.




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Ollantaytambo town

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Hotel Pakaritampu- Website:


Price: USD100

Location: Located on the road just up from the railway station - 5 minutes walking

A peaceful hotel with nouveau-rustic rooms in spacious gardens filled with flowers and hummingbirds. 32 rooms. Excellent restaurant. Lounge with comfortable sofas and fireplace.

cozy touches such as a fireplace lounge and library, it retains a lived-in country feel, even though it's only a couple of years old. Rooms are very tasteful"


Hostal Sauce - Website:


Price: USD75

Location:Just off the main Plaza de Armas in Ollantaytambo, Ventidero 248.


Modern and comfortable free-standing building has a smattering of very clean, nicely equipped rooms and a small restaurant. Some rooms have superb views of the ruins

8 rooms. Can prepare you a box lunch.



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Puno - Lake titicaca


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I just booked a room at Cuscotheir email confirmation states "Please do not forget to bring your immigration card that is inside your passport so that you are not required to pay IGV (General Sales tax) on top of your room fees." I don't have my passport on me because it's off being renewed but if I just bring my passport along, I should have this so called "immigration card" right? Or is this something separate? TIA!

ANSWER: When you enter Peru, you will fill in an 'immigration card' (ours was a white piece of paper). Yes, present it at any accommodation so as to avoid paying the tax and keep it with your passport for safety; so you know where it is!

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