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A historic former palace and convent; the hotel has emerged from years of restoration to finally become Cusco's most exclusive hotel.
Set in a peaceful plaza behind Cusco's main square, the former palace has been emerged from years of restoration to turn into one of the city's most exceptional resorts.
Initially built in 1500s during the Inca Empire. However, the earthquake of 1650 partially destroyed the walls and had to be rebuilt. It was used as a school until it was claimed by a private owner in 1687 and then a convent in the 18th century for nuns. In 1876, the convent used the rooms as a girls' boarding school. In 1977, the last nun moved out and the ancient building was leased to the Peruvian government.