La Casona de Yucay

Plaza Manco II Nº 104 Yucay, Urubamba

Next to the banks of the Wilcamayu River (Sacred River), you will find our historic and peaceful hotel, constructed in 1810 for housing purposes by the illustrious citizen of Cusco, Don Manuel de Orihuela. Our beautiful, antique colonial house reflects its history in its architecture. In it you can find the insignia of Liberator Don Simon Bolivar from 1825, during his campaign for Peru's independence. (The room that he occupied is also available to visitors).
Don Simón Bolívar named Don Manuel de Orihuela "Alcabala View" and he was decorated in 1826 with the medal "Father of the Country". We would like to mention as well that Don Manuel of Orihuela was named Treasurer of Cusco in 1830 and was Colonel of the Regiment of Mariscal Ramón Castilla in 1847.
In historical times, the Villa of Yucay, referred to as such in the 17th century, was a place of solace and rest for the royal Incas. It was known as Yucaybamba, and thanks to its fertile lands it was chosen by the Inca Pachacútec as an important center for the production of corn, fruits and vegetables. 

 Check In  11:00 hrs
 Check Out   10:00 hrs
 Horario de desayuno  05:00 - 09:00 hrs
Phone (51.84) 201116 - 201455
Address Plaza Manco II 104, Yucay
Del Hotel   De las habitaciones  
 Category  3*  Voltaje 220 / 110v 
 Rooms 53  Internet
 Restaurant  Heating
 Bar   TV
 Conference rooms  Safe
 Laundry  Minibar
 Business Center  Hair dryer