Casa San Blas


The San Blas district of Cusco

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Boutique hotel

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Casa San Blas

Experience Andean hospitality and culture at this attractively restored town house in the popular San Blas artistic neighbourhood, five minutes’ walk uphill from the Plaza de Armas. Explore the city and relax in the courtyard or on the rooftop terrace, from where there are great views over Cusco. 

Casa San Blas is a 17th century town house, carefully restored using traditional materials to retain the original appearance and style of the building. Welcoming staff help to make this your home from home while you are in Cusco. Each guest room and suite is named after a local textile symbol and has drawings and information about its meaning and importance giving you an insight into Andean traditions.

Tika Bistro serves a daily buffet breakfast with eggs, cold meats, cheese, bread and fruit.’. Coca tea and other herbal teas are available at any time in the lobby in case you need help with adjusting to the altitude. The hotel has a team of therapists who offer massages, hot stone therapy and reflexology service. There is an attractive courtyard with tables and chairs, and a terrace on the top floor with wonderful views over the city where you can enjoy a drink. Indoors there’s a lounge and an internet station.

The hotel is in the artisans’ quarter just a little way from the Plaza de Armas, ideal for sightseeing. Street noise can be heard in the hotel at times, but that is part and parcel of the nature of the building and the San Blas location. Staff are happy to provide advice on city attractions, art galleries and restaurants, so that you can make informed choices on how to spend your time in Cusco.   

Casa San Blas highlights

  • Great location in the artistic neighbourhood
  • Atmospheric 17th century building
  • Rooms decorated with Andean symbols
  • Pretty courtyard and top floor terrace
  • Massage and therapy service
  • Helpful, friendly staff
  • Plentiful buffet breakfast

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Casa San Blas


  • 18 rooms
  • Open all year round
  • Children of all ages welcome


  • Restaurant (open for breakfast only) 

  • Terrace

  • Hot tea and water in the lobby

  • Supply of drinking water to fill bottles

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

  • Free oxygen for acclimatisation

  • Luggage storage


Optional activities

  • City sightseeing

  • Museum visits

  • Planetarium tour

  • Cooking classes at La Casona Princesita

  • Cultural experiences such as offerings to Pachamama

Casa San Blas rooms

The hotel has 18 rooms, all with individual names and décor to go with them, comprising 12 standard rooms, 5 suites and 1 senior suite.

Standard room
All contain hand carved furniture, large beds, TV, IDD phone, free Wi-Fi, safe, hairdryer, blackout curtains and bathroom with round-the-clock hot water and a selection of toiletries. Bottled purified drinking water is provided.

Throws and curtains are in traditional, bright colours. Standard rooms are on the first and second floors overlooking the courtyard and are a mix of twins and doubles.

Junior Suites
Suites are on the third floor and have direct access to the terrace. There are twin, double and triple suites.

Each includes a small sitting room and a kitchenette, and most are arranged over two levels. 

Senior Suite
The senior suite has a queen size bed, bathroom with a jacuzzi, lounge, small kitchen and a balcony. There is limited-hours room service.

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