Hotel Libertador Palacio del Inka



Francisco Pizarro, the first governor of Peru, had the 'Casa de los Cuatro Bustos' built by Inca laborers as his own palace - which is now incorporated as part of the hotel. The Hotel Libertador Palacio del Inka lies opposite the city's famous 'Temple of the Sun', within easy reach of the 'Plaza de Armas' (the main square) and the surrounding archaeological sites. The 'Inti Raymi' restaurant offers Peruvian and international cuisine, while the coffee shop serves light meals. The hotel also has two bars. The 214 large and comfortable rooms are decorated in Peruvian colonial style. All are with bath and shower, television and telephone. This property comes highly recommended.