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The primary concept incorporated into the design of Casa San Blas Boutique hotel is that of warmth and comfort, a place to feel at home while traveling in Cusco. As you walk through our house hotel you will admire our rustic furnishings from Peru, which release an air of quality. Above that we incorporated artworks of the textile tradition, that provide you a unique learning opportunity.

Casa San Blas Hotel has 18 rooms: 12 standard rooms, 4 Suite apartments, 1 Junior Suite and 1 Senior Suite. Each room has its Icons of interpretation of textile meditations, which are complemented by hand carved rustic furniture, plus new luxurious comforters, pillows and bedding. We also have a balcony terrace on the third floor so our guests could enjoy a panoramic view of the city of Cusco.

 
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Our standard single and double rooms are located on the first and second floors with views to internal courtyards of the hotel. Each room includes double-layered curtains to maintain room temperature, custom-made beds and premium bedding, elegant private bathrooms, complementary wireless high-speed internet access, bathrobes, hairdryers, as well as a daily turndown service.

Our Standard Room include:

  • Two extra length double beds (Length: 2.03mts/6.5ft & Width: 1.30 m/ 4.26 ft)
  • Hand-made Rustic furniture
  • In room safety deposit box
  • Telephone with direct dial
  • Private bathroom
  • Hotel Room service
  • High speed wireless internet (complimentary access)
  • Premium Cable TV
  • Designer toiletries
  • Blackout drapes/curtains
  • Turn Down service
  • Hot water bed bottles
  • Hair dryer
  • Bath robes
  • Room heater
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The suite apartments are found on the uppermost floor of the house hotel, with panoramic views of the city, as they open up onto our terrace balcony. We have a combination of loft and single floor apartments each with its own sitting area and fully serviceable kitchenette complete with a stove, microwave, utensils, tea and coffee making facilities and a Flat Screen plasma TV.

Our Suite Apartments include:

  • Depending on the configuration of the room it may have either: Two extra length double beds (Length: 2.03mts/6.5ft & Width: 1.30 m/ 4.26 ft) and a single size sofa bed or One Queen bed(Length: 2.03mts/6.5ft & Width: 1.53 m/ 5.02 feet) and a single size sofa bed (Length: 2.03mts/6.5ft & Width: 0.91 m/ 2.98 ft).
  • Designer toiletries
  • Blackout drapes/curtains
  • Hand-made Colonial furniture
  • Turn Down service
  • In room safety deposit box
  • Hot water bed bottles
  • Telephone with direct dial
  • Hair dryer
  • Private bathroom
  • Bath robes
  • Room service
  • Room heater
  • High speed wireless internet
  • Microwave oven (complimentary access)
  • Stove
  • Cooking utensils
  • Premium Cable TV
  • Refrigerator
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The Junior Suite is located on the uppermost floor of the hotel, it has a panoramic view of the city from the living area, and it also has access to the terrace balcony, providing even more fabulous views over the city. This is a single floor apartment furnished with a Queen size bed and has its own sitting area, Flat Screen plasma TV, mini bar, wireless high-speed internet, in room service and daily turn down service.

Our Junior Suite includes:

  • One Queen bed (Length: 2.03mts/6.5ft & Width: 1.53 m/ 5.02 feet)
  • Designer toiletries
  • Hand-made Colonial furniture
  • Blackout drapes/curtains
  • In room safety deposit box
  • Turn Down service
  • Telephone with direct dial
  • Hot water bed bottles
  • Private bathroom
  • Hair dryer
  • Room service
  • Bath robes
  • High speed wireless internet
  • Room heater (complimentary access)
  • Premium Cable TV
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The Senior Suite in the Hotel provides a touch of luxury with a backdrop of Cusco and has balconies facing the cobbled streets of San Blas. It is completed with a Queen size bed, full size kitchen and its own kitchenware, dining area, wireless high speed internet, Flat Screen plasma TV and sound system, separate sleeping quarters and luxurious bathroom with Jacuzzi. This senior suite is the best room for a honeymoon or anniversary during your special getaway trip to Cusco.

The Senior Suite includes:

  • One Queen Bed (Length: 2.03mts/6.5ft & Width: 1.53 m/ 5.02 feet)
  • Designer toiletries
  • Handmade Colonial furniture
  • Blackout drapes/curtains
  • In room safety deposit box
  • Turn Down service
  • Telephone with direct dial
  • Hot water bed bottles
  • Private bathroom
  • Hair dryer
  • Room service
  • Bath robes
  • High speed wireless internet
  • Room heater (complimentary access)
  • Microwave oven
  • Premium Cable TV
  • Cooking utensils
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
 

Room Iconography

The design of our boutique home hotel also presents the traditional art of weaving. Each room is named in Quechua after a traditional textile symbol, associated with the handmade textile displayed there. Thus, our guests immerse into the Peruvian culture through this beautiful and inspiring exhibit, giving them the chance of a unique and memorable experience in Cusco.


Iconography  Chuskayo Casa San Blas Cusco

Andean textiles Room 101 Casa San BlasDescription: Stich
“Chuskayo” is a type of decorative stich. It is used to join together two pieces of fabric.
Rather than hiding the stiches as our tailors do. It is an opportunity for our weavers to use their creativity through colorful and varied designs.

Meditation: Union and happiness.
The message is a celebration of union and society; when one begins a project bringing together two part elements to make it bigger and better, it should be done with joy.

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Iconography Queshua Casa San Blas Cusco

Andean textiles Room 102 Casa San BlasDescription: Rope.
Ropes are made in the Andes by putting together and twisting small fibers of hay to make them resistant. They are amazingly used for suspension bridges.

Meditation: Links, bridges.
It is time to establish links, to build bridges of understanding with the ones we love and encourage communication with new relationship.

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Iconography Cocha Casa San Blas Cusco

Andean textiles Room 103 Casa San BlasDescription: Lake
This design symbolizes how the water moves in concentric waves that were previously still. Just a simple touch, even the smallest pebble creates a force strong enough to change its appearance, the movement increases in size

Meditation: Initiative
Change can begin in even the simplest act; it can bring about changes that we do not imagine. This is the moment to believe in changes and take the first step.

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Iconography Mayu Casa San Blas Cusco

Andean textiles Room 104 Casa San BlasDescription: River
It is a symbol of a river or running water important element for life. Water flows in a dynamic and changing manner towards a destination, the whirlpools formed in turbulence are represented as "eyes".

Meditation: Flow
Just like water seeks to find its path and adapts to the ground. Human beings should have the ability to toss up difficulties. Even in the worst moments, the "eyes" appear to let us see far beyond giving answers to our doubts. In the journey of life we shouldn`t lose focus so that we are able to achieve our goals.

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Andean textiles Room 104 Casa San BlasEn este diseño el “Qenqo mayu” o río sinuoso, forma bañeras de hidromasaje formas conocidas como “Nawi” (palabra Quechua para los ojos). Un río fluye a través del paisaje adaptándose a sí mismo en el terreno, buscando el camino de menor resistencia, este diseño nos recuerda como los seres humanos debemos adaptarnos a los desafíos de la vida si queremos tener éxito.

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Iconography Jakaku Casa San Blas Cusco

Andean textiles Room 206 Casa San BlasDescription: Bird
It is the stylized shape of a migrating bird that appears in the high lands before the agricultural activities, before the preparation of the soil for planting. When it is seen in unusual places or at different times, one should be careful.

Meditation: Announcement of new times.
When this sign arrives to your life, it is time to think about new beginnings, new projects.
You should also be aware of the environment to do it carefully and at the right time.

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Iconography Sonqo Casa San Blas Cusco

Andean textiles Room 207 Casa San BlasDescription: Heart
In most of the cultures, the heart associates with feelings specially joy and love.
The colorful designs of their clothing used in celebrations express those feelings.

Meditation: Feelings
The universal concept of love, one of the values of our ancient culture ( along with work, knowledge ) brings its strength and thrust like a light in your path. Let love guide every event in your life.

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Iconography Loraipo Casa San Blas Cusco

Andean textiles Room 208 Casa San BlasDescription: Flower
It is a design of a flower circumscribed in a diamond. It has many variants and meanings. In this case, in the Andes it is used in rituals belts, especially for marriages.

Meditation: Love of couple
In the Andes we understand that each one of us is in constant quest of a complement. The union can only happen between complete and free beings.

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Iconography Sara Casa San Blas Cusco

Andean textiles Room 210 Casa San BlasDescription: Corn
The corn gives the work a ritual, symbolic and celebration, meaning. The value of the corn is key in the socialization process as it serves to elaborate the chicha, it is also vital in the community work and the celebrations of alliances.

Meditation: The fruits of labor
The fruits achieved with hard work are also a gift of the Mother Earth (Pachamama). It is time to harvest and to celebrate in community. Enjoy the outcomes of your efforts as gifts that you have been granted.

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room 210Description: The weaver.
The weavers in the Andes get inspired by the spider, to achieve their duty, they need vision, perseverance, creativity and joy, yet only the order and discipline would allow the creative process to be transformed into a work of art.

Meditation: connector
The spider spreads the threats to the infinite weaving a world of relationships. The analogy of the World Wide Web currently used is accurate; it communicates individuals, countries, cultures, enabling understanding in a humanity with no boundaries.

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Iconography Urpi Casa San Blas Cusco

Andean textiles Room 211 Casa San BlasDescription: Dove
This is the stylized shape of a dove. The geometric textile shows pigeons in couples. They symbolize tenderness. In other cultures, the dove symbolizes peace, and the messenger.

Meditation: Tenderness as an essential element in relationships.
When we get this symbol in our lives, it is time to bring from our inner self the tenderness that we learned in our childhood. We should feel peaceful. It could also announce new relationships.

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Iconography Warmi Casa San Blas Cusco

Andean textiles Room 212 Casa San BlasDescription: Woman
The female spirit in a simple and clear Icon, is very common in textiles.

Meditation: Feminity
The female spirit is present in all acts of life.
If you are a woman, get in touch with the creativity and fertility of your own nature
If you are a man search inspiration in the beauty and wisdom of intuition, since both cathegories are feminine by excellence.

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Iconography Inti Casa San Blas Cusco

Andean textiles Room 313 Casa San BlasDescription: Sun during dusk and dawn
The sun symbolizes the most important cycle period of life “The day”. Both figures represent the sunrise and sunset

Meditation: Journey- time
A journey is the period of time of our life. Each individual should establish tasks for the day. It tells us that there is time for everything. The nature marks these cycles, we cannot force the journey farther than that.
The time that has been given is a gift. We`d better choose our tasks and duties with wisdom.

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Iconography Chaska Casa San Blas Cusco

Andean textiles Room 314 Casa San BlasDescription: Star.
The star is frequently represented on the textiles. Their tips oriented towards the four sides, give us the sensation of its brightness.

Meditation: Self esteem.
The teaching of “chaska” is that each individual has to be conscious that he/she is a star. It is important to value ourselves. Only by loving ourselves first can we spread love.

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Iconography Kuntur Casa San Blas Cusco

Andean textiles Room 315 Casa San BlasDescription: Condor.
The Condor is the inhabitant of the high lands. It is worshiped as a messenger of the sacred mountains.

Meditation: Divine messenger.
Kuntur keeps us in touch with the nature´s forces, the creation and spirit of the creator. The leader condor is known as “The spirit in its way to divinity”. It is said that with its strength, the sun is raised every morning among the mountains. We should have the ability to uplift ourselves towards a wisdom level in order to be complete beings.

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Iconography Mutu Casa San Blas Cusco

Andean textiles Room 316 Casa San BlasDescription: Eclipse
The Mutu Inti means the “cut sun”, it divides this heavenly body in a dark and a bright side, representing the solar eclipse.


Meditation: Duality
Everything in life has two opposite sides. They are complementary and interdependent.
One cannot exist without the other; they have the same nature and the same reality.
Many times we see dual as opposites; Let´s meditate instead as being dual and complementary.

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Iconography Muñuñakuy Casa San Blas Cusco

Andean textiles Room 317 Casa San BlasDescription: Constellation
It is the textile representation of a cluster of Stars in the sky.

Meditation: Association
Meditate about the need to associate with other people if you want to achieve higher goals. We are all stars with our own abilities and potentials; nevertheless, when we are in search of a higher task, it is better to put our effort and resources together to be able to multiply them.

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Iconography Tarpuy Casa San Blas Cusco

Andean textiles Room 318 Casa San BlasDescription: Harvest
Foods are represented in Inca textiles associated with mother earth.
In the Andes barter was and is practiced. It is the exchange of products based on principles of solidarity, equity, trust, and reciprocity.
The surplus was preserved and kept.

Meditation: Respect, Solidarity and Reciprocity.
It is time to start thinking about mother earth that provides us nourishment. We should respect, and take from it only what is necessary with gratitude.
It is time to reflect on the value to the effort and hard work, appreciate what others give us, as much as what we can give, by practicing solidarity equity, trust and reciprocity.
Saving is a way to prevent the future.

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Iconography Tarpuy Casa San Blas Cusco

Andean textiles Room 318 Casa San BlasDescription: Frog
The frog dwells in ponds; it is closely related to the principle of life. During its evolution it goes through different physical phases; egg, tadpole) which lives in the water). It finally migrates to the land becoming a frog.

Meditation: The ability to change

We need courage to face changes and adapt to new times. Our life is constantly changing, we should not be afraid of beginning new projects, new cycles. We cannot hold onto the past that may be harmful to our hearts, let's be positively open to changes.

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