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Casona Yucay, Sacred Valley of Incas

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Stay at Casona Yucay, Sacred Valley

The Casona Yucay has a welcoming and friendly atmosphere with great views of the surrounding valley and mountains.

Casona Yucay, Sacred Valley, Peru

Originally constructed in 1810 for housing purposes by the illustrious citizen of Cusco, Don Manuel de Orihuela, the Casona Yucay now offers 53 rooms bordering colorful courtyards and offers great views of the surrounding valley and mountains. The hotel also boasts the honor of a room occupied by Simon Bolivar in 1835 in the main colonial house where rooms are still used today. The Don Manuel Restaurant serves a buffet dinner most evenings and guest can then relax in the Bolivar Bar with its open fireplace.

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