Sonesta Posadas Del Inca Cusco

Address: Portal Espinar 108, Cusco, Peru | 3 star hotel
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSonesta Posadas Del Inca Cusco

      Reviewed by joonbug

      Friendly, Safe & Comfortable

      Reviewed Dec 18, 2012
      by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

      Though I am working hard on the fluency of my Spanish, it was helpful that the desk attendants and other members had rather good English ability. Rooms are clean, but the cable tv was completely unnecessary when the whole beautiful town is waiting out there!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by cmbirdy48

      Noisy on Sunday mornings

      Reviewed Oct 18, 2008
      by (9 reviews) Winchester , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Arrived late evening from the Andean Explorer train but the check in was painless. Room was adequate overlooking the Plaza de Armas and the Cathedral of Santo Domingo. Centrally located we were able to walk the historic town. We stayed for two nights with a break to visit the Amazon jungle. Only had breakfast there in the small breakfast room but we found the food was limited in choice. Overlooking the Cathedral did have its disadvantages - early Sunday morning we were woken by firecrackers being let off outside the cathedral doors - some religious ceremony. Overall the hotel was convenient and central to the town.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Sonesta Posadas Del Inca Cusco

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      Travel Blogs from Cusco


      A travel blog entry by cmbirdy48 on Oct 18, 2008

      6 photos

      We enjoyed walking around central square in the evening discovering bars and restaurants. Found a very nice Peruvian restaurant on the square were Monica had a red quinoe dish and I had Aji de Gallina, a traditional Peruvian Chicken stew in a spicy, nutty cheese sauce dish, very nice however reproducing it back home didn't live up to my …

      Peru - Lima to Cusco

      A travel blog entry by ludders on Sep 01, 2014

      6 comments, 31 photos

      (Having just written this blog entry I must warn you now it's a long one!) What a week! I can't believe I've been in Peru for a week now, it's been full-on but in a very good way. I arrived late on Tuesday 26 August, about midnight, and my hostel had arranged for a taxi to collect me from Lima airport which was a dream as I didn't fancy doing that …

      Religion and Conquest in Cusco

      A travel blog entry by samcohon on Apr 05, 2015

      3 comments, 40 photos

      ... that while there was a strong central cult focused on the Sapa Inca, and he played an important role in many national religious ceremonies. At Saqsaywaman, which has the best Inca stonework anywhere, making it some of the best stonework in the world, major festivals were held each month. Its wide courtyards, altars, and ritual settings make it clear that it accommodated crowds of worshippers observing and participating in the rituals led by Inca priests. ...

      Day in the Life in the Highlands

      A travel blog entry by robin_frank on Mar 11, 2015

      18 photos

      ... all our questions and talked a lot about the awful years in the 80s of the Shining Path and the MRTA, two revolutionary groups. Sendero Luminoso was a Maoist group originally formed in support of land rights for Indians/campesinos, but became a terrorist organization, murdering peasants in highland villages and setting off car bombs in Lima. Over 70,000 people were killed, many women and children, and 8,000 are still missing. Walter was a ...

      Cusco City Tour

      A travel blog entry by don.vince on Feb 16, 2015

      ... to blend cultures.

      The temple of the sun has some of the finest Inca walls. Very smooth. Very symmetrical shelves and windows. The Spaniards had plastered over many of them. In 1950 there was an earthquake, the plaster generally shattered and the walls held strong. In 1980 the mayor of Cusco organised a law that all the Inca walls should be uncovered setting the scene for Cusco to be the touristic hotspot it is ...