San Francisco Plaza Hotel

Calle Ceniza 147, Cusco, 084

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Just a few blocks away from the Plaza de Armas, the San Francisco Plaza Hotel offers guests a convenient location in which to base their stay. This fully renovated and restored colonial building is an excellent choice for families because of the large rooms available for families. The hotel offers Family Rooms that provide sleeping space for up to four guests. Amenities that families will love are free Wi-Fi and a free breakfast buffet that is offered every morning. In addition to breakfast, the hotel’s onsite restaurant also offers lunch and dinner. Other dining establishments are also located near the property.

Our Editor Loves

  • Near the Plaza de Armas
  • Family Rooms that sleep four
  • Restored colonial house

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

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


Launch point to Machu Picchu

by Barbara L

Our group stayed here before and after Machu Picchu. We spent one day touring the city and acclimated to altitude. Then returned for two days after. Staff is excellent, rooms are spacious and appointed. Lobby is lovely, and rooftop terrace has panoramic view of the city.

Friendly, helpful staff

by Laura F

The staff were courteous and eager to help, which was appreciated. We stayed at the Ceniza suite for 2 nights, then another room the night we returned from Aguas Calientes. The Ceniza suite has the bathroom and a sitting area on the first level, and a loft with a large bed and dressers. The bed in this room was very comfortable. The bathroom (not just the shower) had a glass door, which I found odd. There was heat only in the loft, so bathroom and sofa area can get very cold. In fairness, lack of heating is an issue in general in South America, from what I can tell. Breakfast is in a courtyard, where it's important to sit next to a heating lamp. Breakfast offerings included breads, fruit, yogurt, some sort of egg dish each day, local cereals/grains. The night we returned from Aguas Calientes we requested a warmer room, so we were given a smaller room, with a smaller bed. This bed was pretty hard. Separating the bathroom from another hotel room was a partial wall with glazed glass paneling, which again seemed odd and not affording the bathroom enough privacy. We did not have any issues with noise, as other reviewers have mentioned.