Urban retreat and former 16th century convent, Palacio Nazarenas welcomes its first guests inCuzco, capital of the ancient Inca empire. The all-suite boutique hotel has been one of Orient-Express’ most ambitious projects to date and is the result of four years of hard work and dedication. Palacio Nazarenas boasts state-of-the-art oxygenated rooms,Cuzco’s first outdoor infinity pool, an exclusive spa, Hypnôze , and a gourmet restaurant, Senzo, overseen by one of Peru’s most exciting chefs, Virgilio Martinez.
Palacio Nazarenas is designed to take hospitality to a higher realm reflecting the sensibilities and taste of this new generation of luxury discerning travellers—impeccablepersonalised service, comfort, elegant simplicity and discovery at the tip of their fingers with the latest technology.
All 55 rooms at the boutique property are suites, with the deluxe Z-Collection suitesstanding out in particular. Each with their own defining characteristics, such as an original Colonial arch or unique Inca niches, suites from the Z-Collection have incredible views of theAusangate mountain in the Andes or the San Blas neighbourhood, one of Cuzco’s most picturesque districts.
Guests staying at Palacio Nazarenas see their every needs attended to by their private butler. They enjoy access to a wealth of information about the hotel and Cuzco from their in-room iPad. They can brush up on their cocktail making skills with the in-room cocktail making sets and instructions provided. They can relax in their spacious bath tubs with a bath pillow filled with dried herbs from the hotel gardens that, when submerged in water, release an exotic yet calming aroma.
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We look forward to welcoming your guests at our brand-new Peruvian gem.
Corporate Director Sales & Marketing
Orient-Express Hotels and Trains in Peru