Situated in the heart of the vibrant and zestful city of Cusco, the 16th-century mansion, provides a different and relaxing retreat for those wanting to experience a more tranquil and calming side to the city. Inkaterra La Casona is rich in Peruvian history and culture, and stands on the training grounds that were once for the elite army of the Incas. Preserving the Peruvian heritage that engulfs the property is important and a focus for Inkaterra Founder and CEO, José Koechlin, and his wife, Denise. Between the two, they have beautifully restored and exquisitely designed the interior to amplify the exclusive manor’s heritage, adding to the charming character of the property admired by Condé Nast Traveller.
José Koechlin commented: “Luxury standards in all Inkaterra hotels are achieved and defined by their eco-friendly design, inspired by traditional architecture and for being built with native materials in harmony with the environment. We are thrilled and honoured to have be recognised by Condé Nast Traveller readers for this prestigious award”.