I enjoyed this hotel. It has beautiful gardens and decks . It is in layers up on the hillside. The... See full review
Sep 27, 2013
I've stayed at this hotel several times and like its artistic design and magnificent views of the... See full review
May 27, 2012
Located in one of the most traditional and antique neighborhood in the city, San Blas, Casa de Campo offers comfort and relaxation with spacious gardens and open natural areas. The privileged location of Hotel Casa de Campo allows the guests to enjoy amazing open views of Cusco: Mountains, churches, plazas, rustic roof tops of the antique city. At night the diversity of lights and stars adds charm to this magic place. Hotel offers 49 guest rooms, each one with private bathroom and hot water. The rustic architecture of the hotel was built with local materials.
Hotel also offers free breakfast to its guest's.
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If you stay there, be ready to walk uphill for a while because no one will drop you off at their door, and get a map to know where to go because the only help you will get from the staff if you get lost will be to walk out the door to see if you
are around, i.e. they think you are dumb enough to miss their front sign. When you get to the room, they won't start the heater or tell you how to use it. BTW, the view you see in the picture if from their dinning room so don't expect to have a stunning view of Cuzco from there.
Long story short, Do I recommend this hotel? No, Would I like to book another night there? Definitely not.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Starting this August, there's a new city ordinance which prohibit tourist vehicles to enter the Main Square (Plaza de Armas) so I would advise to book a hotel close to it but not in there. Taxis are OK but if you book a tour, they will drop you off one or two blocks away from it.
Review of Casa de Campo - Hotel and ApartSuites
New Canaan, CT
May 27, 2012
I've stayed at this hotel several times and like its artistic design and magnificent views of the city. The regular rooms are small and bathrooms very small. The rooms are not heated, but you can rent a space heater (which I did only once) the
beds have heavy comforters. The hotel looks out over the city, which means it is a good ten minute hike up from the Plaza. The staff has been very nice, but with knee problems, I've switched to hotels closer to the Plaza.