This stylish upmarket hotel is one of Cusco’s premier places to stay. Opened in 2009, Casa Cartagena has set new standards, combining modern and innovative design with historic and classical Andean buildings. This luxury Cusco hotel offers guests a choice of 16 beautifully decorated suites with built in oxygen enrichment systems, well-appointed bathrooms, living areas and in the Royal Suite: private massage and sauna rooms. In-addition the historical ‘La Cholita’ Restaurant offers a menu of Peruvian and international culinary delights, with a wine cellar built within an original Inca wall. The comfortably appointed in-house Qoya Spa provides a selection of deep tissue and therapeutic massages, body and facial treatments and even honeymoon packages.


Address: Pumacurco 336,
Telephone: (++51) 84 261 171 (Hotel)
Telephone: (++51) 1 242 3147 (Reservations)


Casa Cartagena is located in a quiet street three blocks from Cusco’s main square – Plaza de Armas and close to the up-market Plaza Nazarenas. Near to the hotel you will find several restaurants including the Map Café, the superb restaurant – Divina Comedia, the trendy Fallen Angel restaurant / bar and the hotel and high class restaurant of the Monasterio Hotel.


  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • In Room Oxygen Suppliments (On Request)
  • Business Center
  • Wifi Access
  • Air-Conditioned / Heated Rooms
  • 24 Hour Room Service
  • In Room Dining
  • Laundry Services


Casa Cartagena offers guests a selection of 15 individually decorated suites, each with its own unique charm and style. The rooms are a fusion of modern decor and furnishings, set in a traditional Andean building.

The Royal suite is has a floor area of 150 sq/m, a large stone terrace, 1 king bed, 2 queen beds, a private massage room and a 4 person Jacuzzi.


Out thoughts!

We like Hotel Casa Cartagena! It’s innovative style and elegance is unique and very different from any other hotel in Cusco, and will leave a lasting memory of your visit to Peru. The service is as you would expect – first class, and the restaurant offers mouth-watering cuisine that is second to none. We particularly like the large multi person Jacuzzi in the Royal Suite, and keep an eye out for the huge silver ball centre piece decorating the main courtyard – originally from Italy. It could be said however, that the contemporary design may not suit everyone, and there maybe people out there looking for a more traditional looking hotel, more in-keeping with the Andean heritage of Cusco. Saying that, we love it!

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