Cusco is the tourist capital of Peru. It is the main city closest to Machu Picchu, and the town of Cusco itself was once the capital of the former mighty Inca Empire. Because so many people visit the city and this region, a tourism industry with multiple hotels has appeared. Because there are so many hotel options in Cusco, it can be difficult to decide where you want to stay. Here are a few suggestions of the best hotels to stay at during your Cusco travel adventure.If you're looking for backpacker rates but don't want to stay in a smelly, overcrowded youth hostel, these next two hotels might be the right choice for you. Armaru Hostel has multiple private rooms with private (or shared) bathrooms for very good prices. You'll enjoy panoramic views of Cusco from some windows and walkways, and will be treated to a complimentary breakfast. Another great choice is the Ninos Hotel. Though not as charming as Armaru Hostel, Ninos Hotel offer good, clean budget accommodations, and donates proceeds to child welfare projects.If you're looking for a three-star quality property, you cannot go wrong with Casa San Blas Boutique Hotel. This hotel is in the Sa Blas neighborhood, meaning it is up on a hill and offers great views of the main city below. The rooms are decorated in Andean style and the hotel is only two blocks from the main plaza. Another good three-start option is any of the Casa Andean Classic Hotels. There are several of these hotels in Cusco. One of the best is Casa Andina Classic Plaza Hotel.Finally, if you are looking to stay in luxury, but you still want great value, you might want to consider Aranwa Cusco Boutique Hotel. Converted from a colonial mansion, this hotel is brand new and offers Jacuzzis is most of the rooms. It is only two blocks from the Plaza de Armas. Alternatively, if you're looking to live it up in Cusco, you would probably enjoy Hotel Monasterio, a large hotel that dominates the luxury market in Cusco.
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