The name of this midsize, family-run hotel translates to “stone door” (one of three belonging to private houses in Cusco), after the Inca-built trapezoidal entrance to the 16th-century house. The building is a timeline of Cusco history with additional walls dating to the Incas and three flower-filled courtyards with stone fountains, carved wood balconies, and a chapel dating to the colonial period. The clean bedrooms are spacious, with hardwood floors, Norwegian thermal blankets, and paintings from local artists. Additional features include a top-floor dining room, where breakfast is served, that has panoramic views of the city, as well as a spa with a “Finnish” sauna and Jacuzzi tub (additional fee).