Acerca de nuestro Hotel
Nuestro hotel está ubicado en el corazón de San Blas y parte de él se remonta a la época inca cuando San Blas se formó con terrazas escalonadas y casas de campo. Cuando los españoles tomaron el control de la ciudad, los indígenas de San Blas se quedaron y los españoles se mudaron a su lado, convirtiendo a San Blas en un crisol multicultural de agricultores, artesanos y artistas por igual.
Tariq’s first building and patio is a mix of these two historical times: the big, perfectly shaped stones carved by the Incas form a base for the Spanish colonial style walls and the central patio. In some places the walls are one meter wide and here you can feel the energy of past. The second building is inspired by the original construction, and provides sweeping views over Cusco’s main plaza and the surrounding city.
True to our Bridge Building philosophy, Tariq is founded on our belief in connecting people: learning and sharing together, working locally and responsibly are key ingredients of everything we do. In close cooperation with local craftsmen and artists we have created a space that is both comfortable & cozy, contemporary & authentic, and shares the magic of Cusco.
What our Travelers are Saying
Very stylish hotel with great atmosphere. Tariq was the perfect spot to relax and explore Cuzco at ease after a few busy travel days. The hotel is situated within walking distance of all the popular sights. And because the hotel is a little bit uphill, I had a amazing view of the whole city from my room. Highly recommended!
Thomas From the Netherlands
Arriving in Cusco is not always easy as you need time to acclimatize. We arrived at Tariq and were welcomed by the friendly staff. The hotel surrounded by art made of locals, reminds the original roots of this bohemian neighborhood. Rooms are very comfortable. We stayed at the colonial building were the standard and family rooms are. We enjoyed breakfasts and the spectacular view of Cusco City.
Matilde From Lima, Peru
The hotel is located in the beautiful and bohemian San Blas Neighborhood. Very comfortable rooms and we were assigned the superior rooms which have the most wonderful views of Cusco city. At nights having a drink in their small and cozy restaurant enjoying Cusco at night was simply priceless. We will definitely come back, the fireplace made our nights!!
Marie and Milagros from Lima, Peru