Belmond Hotel Monasterio
Belmond Hotel Monasterio, Cuzco, Peru
Built as a monastery in 1592 and converted in 1995 into a beautiful hotel, the Monasterio is a haven of peace and elegance in the centre of Cuzco. The hotel is centred around a cloistered courtyard which features outdoor seating, a fountain, colourful flowers and a 300 year old cedar tree; offering a tranquil setting in which to relax.
The 124 rooms and split-level suites are located around flowery courtyards; with some able to be enriched with oxygen to alleviate altitude sickness. All rooms are air-conditioned with Wi-Fi access, an LCD TV and iPod dock.
The Chapel of San Antonio Abad is an ornate masterpiece; with paintings hanging from its walls depicting the life of its saint.
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