Palacio del Inca, a Luxury Collection hotel

Libertador Hotel, Resorts & Spas is proud to announce that the Palacio del Inka, located in the city of Cusco, will become part of Starwood’s Luxury Collection portfolio on August 1, 2013, now that the remodeling project of this symbolic hotel has concluded.
Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel, is a favorite among travelers who are looking for a prime location in the city of Cusco as well as excellent service. Since it has been given a complete makeover, the hotel is beginning a new stage in its history as a luxury hotel.
The hotel’s renovation included enlarging some of the guest rooms and reworking their entire interior design to give our guests a actual colonial experience. New beds have also been installed (with modern, comfortable mattresses and bedding), LCD TVs, and iPod/iPhone docks, thereby placing these rooms on par with those found in Tambo del Inka or Hotel Paracas, two hotels in Peru run by Libertador Hotels, Resorts & Spas, under the Luxury Collection brand.
The Palacio del Inka has regained its historical legacy and is showcasing the cultural amalgam that the city of Cusco is famous for through its new design. It also boasts a 500 m2 spa with highly trained staff and treatments designed to relax and to reinvigorate its patrons. Moreover, the restaurant now looks out over the colonial main patio and offers a delicious menu of the best of Peruvian and Novoandina cuisine, the latter emphasizing native regional ingredients.
The remodeling effort also includes 3 large, modern meeting rooms for events and banquets, for up to 300 persons and furnished with state of the art equipment, yet keeping a colonial an authentic atmosphere.
But perhaps the most outstanding feature of the hotel’s makeover is the recovery of the 17 guest rooms (suites, junior suites and the Presidential Suite) in the iconic Cuatro Bustos Mansion, the centerpiece of the entire complex. These suites have been especially treated to highlight the furniture and artworks; the ceilings are hand painted by artisans entrusted with the restoration of the church in the town of Andahuaylillas, famous for being the Sistine Chapel of Cusco.
Beginning August 1st, the Libertador Palacio del Inka changes its name to Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel.