en Cuzco - Libertador Summit Hotel
Hotel Libertador Cusco is located within the historical center of the city, occupying the fabulous Casa de los Cuatro Bustos, where Francisco Pizarro, first Spanish governor of Perú, used to live. It was built on the foundations of the Aclla Huasi, where the chosen virgins of the Inca lived. Some of its original walls still remain.
The house was restored in 1976, to become the present Hotel Libertador Cusco.
Only three blocks from the hotel, you find the Main Square, where you can appreciate the majestic cathedral of Cusco.
The hotel is located only 10 minutes from Cusco´s Velasco Astete international airport.
Our 240 elegant rooms and 14 large suites have been specially designed to meet our guests' different needs and to offer them the necessary comfort for a pleasant stay. We have two Diplomatic Suites, with private jacuzzi.
- Hot water
- Amenities (shampoo, moisturizing cream, soap, Kleenex,
sewing kit, shoe shine, shower cap)
- Batas de baño y pantuflas
- Bathrobe and slippers
- Safe deposit box
- 220W and 110W electrical current
- Smoke detector and fire alarm system
- Mini bar
- Laundry service
- 24-hour room service
- Hair dryer
- Telephone with domestic and international direct dialing
- Bathroom telephone
- Bath tub with anti-slide floor and safety bar
- TV with cable and radio system
FACILITIES AND SERVICES
Inti Raymi Restaurant In our restaurant Inti Raymi you can relish our exquisite novo Andean cuisine, inca food, renown in the world for its superb succulence and style, as well as national and international specialties. Inca food with a gourmet twist.
Kero Coffee Shop This cozy atmosphere is ideal to have a lighter meal and some time to relax.
Rumi Bar We invite you to enjoy our famous Pisco Sour or the cocktail of your preference in a warm atmosphere featuring an impressive and original Inca wall.
Sauna and Jacuzzi Complete your day full of adventures, with an invigorating session of sauna or Jacuzzi.
Gym Our gym is equipped with weight lifting machines and cardiovascular equipment.
Conference Rooms We offer you five conference rooms with capacity for up to 320 people, modern infrastructure and a complete service of audiovisual equipment, which together with our efficient staff, will guarantee a successful event.
Gift Shop For your convenience and safety, you will find the creativity, quality and variety of Peruvian handicrafts, textiles and jewellery in our exclusive stores.
Business Center We offer 24 hour connection to Internet, so that you can keep permanently in touch with the world.
Our wireless internet service is to be found in different public areas of our hotel.
Lonely Planet :
"This is another contender for title of Cuzco´s best hotel. Set in a huge, opulently furnished, old, colonial mansion with a fine courtyard, it also boasts Inca foundations, and part of the building date back to the 16th century, when Francisco Pizarrro was the occupant for a time. Rooms sport all the comforts you would expect, and some you wouldn’t (free slippers to take away) there’s also a Jacuzzi, sauna, gym, gift shop and good restaurants."
Close enough, but a bit removed from the hubbub of the Plaza de Armas, this hotel on the tiny Plazoleta Santo Domingo was the last home of Francisco Pizarro, the first governor of Peru. The glass-covered lobby is a great place to relax with a mate de coca and soak in the antiques, fountain, and Cusqueño art that fills the lobby and courtyard. Rooms, decorated in Peruvian colonial style with views of patio gardens, all have central heating to keep out the chill. The plush bar makes a mean pisco sour. www.libertador.com.pe. 254 rooms, 13 suites. Restaurant, café, in-room safes, minibars, in-room data ports, hair salon, sauna, bar, shops, laundry service, concierge, business services, meeting rooms.
"A very professionally run hotel in a Cusco colonial building"
South America Handbook:
"Splendid 5-star, award - winning hotel built on Inca ruins, set around courtyards. 254. well-appointed rooms."
Peru hotel directory:
"Hundreds of years of history and living culture opposite the Qoricancha temple. The hotel occupies the fabulous Casa de los Cuatro Bustos, built on the foundation of Acila Huasi, with some original Inca walls."