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Los Portales Hotel Cusco

Los Portales Hotel Cusco

Contemporary hotel near Cusco’s main plaza with good facilities and friendly, helpful staff.

Just a few blocks from the central Plaza de Armas, this contemporary hotel offers views of the Koricancha Temple and is within walking distance of most of the city's attractions.

The design takes into consideration the needs of business and leisure travellers who are looking for up-to-date comforts. With just a nod to Cusco's heritage in décor, the mid-range property has 50 rooms each with a range of amenities from safety deposit box to mini bar, hairdryer and Wifii. Facilities include room service, a laundry service and a restaurant serving local and international cuisine.

This hotel (one of a small chain) is run by a Peruvian company which places a strong emphasis on service, so the staff are very friendly and welcoming.

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