This 17th-century building was designed as an inn when it was first built, attracting passing muleteers. The family-owned property, about 5 blocks from the plaza in a quiet residential neighborhood, weaves around two sunny courtyards wrapped in wooden balconies. The rooms feature wood floors and period furnishings, though they have surprisingly modern amenities like marble tubs and iPod docks. The best room in the house is No. 108, an expansive suite with its own private patio. There’s no sense of this being a corporate hotel; rather, it’s warm and authentic, a uniquely Cusco hotel.