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Quinta San Blas

A quirky boutique hotel in San Blas...

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Quinta San Blas
Quinta San Blas

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Part of the Ananay group, the Quinta San Blas is a great little boutique hotel in the bohemian hilltop neighbourhood of San Blas. A fantastic base for exploring Cusco and its surrounds, this hotel offers a more simple style of accommodation accompanied by friendly and attentive service.

The hotel is located in the centre of San Blas, just steps from the Plaza de San Blas and the neighbourhood’s impressive Church. Known as Cusco’s bohemian neighbourhood, the area is made up of windy cobbled streets filled with cafes and artisan shops selling Andean textiles, silverware and souvenirs. San Blas itself is only a 15 minute walk from the Plaza de Armas and due to its hilltop position, boasts some of the best views over Cusco.

The hotel is set within a renovated republican townhouse and has a total of 20 rooms and suites set over two floors, which all face the small internal courtyard. Rooms are simply decorated but come well equipped with king-size beds, central heating, TVs, Wifi and complimentary amenities.

The hotel doesn’t have a restaurant as such but has a small cafeteria or deli at the front of the hotel, which sells light meals, sandwiches and pastries to eat in or take-away.

The main advantage of staying at this hotel is that the hotel’s friendly manager will usually be on hand to answer questions and offer recommendations on tours and activities inside and outside of Cusco. Overall, the Quinta San Blas is a great option for those who are looking for a comfortable and welcoming base from which to explore Cusco and its surrounds.

Friendly service, located in the arty district of San Blas

Rooms look onto the courtyard and can seem dark

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