Built in 2012, the Marriott is a converted convent. It has 153 rooms with oxygen, express, minibar, safe, robes, shower, and tub. It is about 2 blocks from the Plaza de Armas and right next door to the Novotel hotel.
The Classic Inca Wall rooms are on levels -1 and -2. Deluxe rooms are on floors 1-4. They all have different views. Some family rooms for 2 kids under 12 years old. Terrace (Superior) rooms have a private terrace, king bed, and face the courtyard (no twins or roll-aways). Suites are 2 rooms together.
Buffet breakfast 6am-10am. Happy hour every afternoon. Check out the Inca Wall exhibition area.
The spa has an indoor heated pool, sauna, jacuzzi, and massage rooms.
There are daily activities including photos with a baby llama, cooking class, and making pisco sours.
This is a great 4-Star hotel option for your trip to Peru!