Tambo del Arriero – Cusco Historic Boutique Hotel
Tambo del Arriero is a charming boutique hotel located near Cusco’s famous Plaza de Armas. This cute, quaint, and distinctively Andean boutique property was formerly a 17th century mansion during the Viceroyalty of Peru and has since been artfully restored to host travelers. Designed in unique Spanish colonial style, the private rooms at Tambo del Arriero surround a central courtyard that evokes the spirit of centuries past. Vibrant red, blue, and gold facades line the courtyard and the interior of the building, creating an intriguing colorful architectural effect that draws parallels to Arequipa’s Santa Catalina Monastery.
While most boutique hotels in Cusco are former Inca Empire buildings, such as Palacio Manco Capac, Tambo del Arriero is Spanish-inspired. Located next to the San Francisco District, this unique building differentiates itself from other Cusco buildings with its unique Spanish Architecture and artwork. The hotel is equipped with wifi throughout, private bathrooms, and many rooms feature petite windows that open up onto Cusco’s cobblestone streets.
With a plethora of museums, Inca ruins, historical buildings, churches, and festivals, exploring Cusco is unforgettable, but can leave travelers feeling exhausted. The staff at Tambo del Arriero makes it their priority to ensure that guests can fully enjoy their vacation and relax stress-free. After an exciting day of site-seeing and fine dining, take a minute to meet the friendly bartenders of this Cusco boutique and try Peru’s national drink, the Pisco Sour. Afterwards, continue to your room for a comfortable nights rest in your tranquil bedroom.
When it comes to finding a hotel within walking distance to Cusco’s main city districts, a friendly staff, along with a peaceful Andean atmosphere, there is no better choice than Tambo del Arriero.