Hostal Qosqo

Address: Mantas 115, Cusco, 00000, Peru | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.


This hotel, located on Mantas 115, Cusco, is near Plaza de Armas (Huacaypata), Cusco Cathedral, Hiram Bingham Train, and Pre-Columbian Art Museum.
Map this hotel

Photos of Hostal Qosqo

    View all photos

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal Qosqo Cusco

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Cusco

      Peru - Chivay & Colca Canyon

      A travel blog entry by junipops on Dec 04, 2014

      15 photos

      ... once the animals are distracted, and fall to their death, the condors will wait 3 days before feeding on the intestines! Enjoyed eating lunch and dinner with the locals at their street markets and trolley stalls. Fried chicken, rice, ricoto (stuffed capsicum), BBQ beef heart and potatoes were some of the foods. Soaked in a natural hot springs during our last full day in Chivay, and ended the night with a special dinner over local dancing and ...

      Cusco and the Sacred Valley

      A travel blog entry by carol55 on Nov 27, 2014

      2 comments, 32 photos

      ... br>
      The terraces of Pisaq were another engineering marvel. As with all Inca constructions there were places for the commoners and areas for the elite – always a gate through which only the elite could enter. Great views over the valley. More markets in the town of Pisaq but the altitude is still affecting me so after a brief meander through markets and some back streets I found a shady seat and watched the world go by.

      For a diversion ...

      Day 3 - More Yuca!!!

      A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Oct 23, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... a car were (we guessed) some form of royalty, being greeted by two figures at the top of steps draped in red carpet. All very magical... But we needed to leave. Time was up and Jesse messaged saying that he was (supposedly) 10 minutes away.

      Dragging Kate away from the decidedly royal occasion, I picked up even more pace. 15 minutes later and with 5 minutes to spare, we were at the Plaza Real, beside the Sheraton. Jesse rolled up half an hour ...

      Last day in Cuzco

      A travel blog entry by micknmila on Oct 14, 2014

      30 photos

      ... whoever crosses this line and comes with me will be rich beyond measure - those who don't cross the line will remain poor for the rest of their lives. And this proved the case. He and his men became the wealthiest of the wealthy due to all the gold and silver they plundered from the Incan empire. Part of the reason for the ease with which the Spanish overthrew the Incans was that the Incan empire was in a state of turmoil when Pizarro arrived ...

      Lima to Cusco

      A travel blog entry by cassowary89 on Sep 29, 2014

      41 photos

      ... drawing in the sand which they believe dates back to the Nazca lines or even prior to them. When we got to Nazca we set up camp in our tents for the first time and relaxed by the pool. Unfortunately it was far too expensive to do the Nazca lines flight so I made the most of the sun and pool while I could instead.

      After Nazca we continued to head south into Peru towards Puerto Inca, the port that the Incas used to deliver fish and food from ...