Rumi Wasi (House of Stone) is a house with a colonial style built in the XVI century by Spanish conquerors and erected over Inca’s terraces. It was used as a house until 2005, but it was practically a hovel in ruins. The property was then bought by the San Roman-Vucetich family.
In Rumiwasi, we represent the ideal alternative for hospitality. Our privileged location in the central part of the city of Cusco has allowed us to offer an exclusive service to select visitors that look for rest and relaxation in such a harmonious, historical atmosphere.
We offer you five rooms, two of them with balconies placed near a beautiful pedestrian street called Ccoricalle or Street of Gold in the Quechuan language. The house is located around a colonial patio framed in a four-level terrace.