Mirador de Santa Ana

Av. la Raza 887, Zona Santa Ana, Cusco

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Conveniently located in Cusco’s Historic Center, the Mirador de Santa Ana is a great choice for families due its spacious and comfortable family style rooms. The hotel offers a Quad Room that can accommodate up to four guests. Rooms sleeping two and three guests are also available. Family-friendly amenities provided by the hotel are cribs, free Wi-Fi and complimentary breakfasts. Guests will appreciate being close to attractions like the Museo de Plantas Sagradas Magicas y Medicinales, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Cusco San Pedro Market. The hotel has an onsite restaurant for the convenience of its guests.

Our Editor Loves

  • Great location in Historic Center
  • Rooms accommodating up to four
  • Family owned hotel

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Laundry
  • Onsite Dining


A great base for Cusco

by brianmphotog

Absolutely loved this place. We stayed for 4 nights prior to our trek to Machu Picchu and booked in for an additional 2 nights when we returned. The staff had no issues taking our bags and minding them for the few days we were gone, so if you're concerned about that you have nothing to worry about.

The staff were extremely warm and helpful. Only 1 of the members has good English, but we really enjoyed practicing our Spanish with them. We had a very important international phonecall that had to be taken while staying there and the hotel did not hesitate in offering their phone to let us deal with it. They simply gave their number to us, and transferred the call straight to our room. I really appreciated this. Breakfast was basic but fine, beautiful view from the roof! Our room had a small wall-mounted heater which done just enough to keep the room at an okay temperature. Definitely not a powerful heater, but enough to take the cold out of the room. It's definitely a tough walk to the hotel, but a taxi should only cost 5-6 soles from the main area if you're tired. We done the walk plenty of times late in the evening and didn't feel unsafe. Lots of stray dogs about but that's pretty normal for these cities.

The windows in the room are pretty thin so noise travel is a small issue. Maybe consider earplugs if you're a light sleeper and you get a room at the front of the hotel. Also the WiFi; when it worked it was great, but there were times when it was gone for hours on end. We didn't really mind this too much, plenty of things to do in Cusco rather than sit on your phone, but probably worth mentioning in case it's necessary for someone.

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by PeruanoUsa

Great hospitality and friendly service.
Brian and Lani were kind and welcoming.
Made a difference on our trip.
Affordable price and convinient location.
But best of all was the service of the hotel.
Good job !