Events & Lessons

contenido-eventosThe hotel is available for special events, including wedding ceremonies, in our large flower-filled garden.
Other amenities include our organic Andean buffet and spacious kitchen. The hotel has ample seating, a bar, and a dance floor.

The hotel has single, double, matrimonial and family rooms available. All rooms have private showers with hot water. We also have a game room including a full sized pool table and foosball table.

Spanish lessons

Studying a course of Spanish in Cusco, a city full of history! Close to the incredible Lost City of Machu Picchu, Cusco hosts traditional Inca cultures, colonial-era treasures and stunning landscapes. The Plaza de Armas is where the heart beat of this city comes to life, which has a beautiful cathedral and is bordered to the peaks of the Andes. Enjoy the best views of the city in an excursion to the ruins of Sacsayhuaman fortress. That’s where the picturesque Inti Raymi festival occurs, where the Inca descendants worship the sun god.
Learning Spanish in Pisac, you can make great progress, so you can develop your communication skills and have no barriers to enjoy Cusco in all its glory.
The fastest way to learn Spanish is with tutorials, which can be adapted to your requirements and interests.
We use an interactive method of teaching, based on learning through practice inside the classroom and around the city.
We focus on improving the language ability of students through conversation, comprehension, pronunciation, grammar and reading…..

with students from different universities of the world in mind, and for those doing cultural exchanges.

Quechua Lessons

quechua1Quechua is a native language widely spoken in the Andes, and was the official language of the old Inca Empire. In the region of Cusco, today a lot of people still speak Quechua. In South America about 10 million people speak Quechua, most of them living in Peru. In Peru, Quechua is an official language. There are a variety of dialects, but the Quechua spoken in Cusco is the most important.

We teach Quechua in Cusco, “Qosqo” in Quechua. In Cusco and other larger cities of Peru, Spanish is the dominant language. But if you go to volunteer work or travel in rural areas of Peru it can be very useful to speak some Quechua.
We offer an individual course of Quechua. The course is possible for beginners but also for advanced. You can take classes per hour, or take our program of 15 hours (3 hours per day). Since each student has his reasons to study Quechua, we recommend that you ask us about the possibilities. Also ask us about our prices, if you come in groups.

Led by Prof. Armando Becerra Zevallos (Wiñay Inca)

Runa Simi yachay mast’ariq Hamaut’a

quechua2Professor of Linguistics – Quechua National University of San Antonio Abad del Cusco with extensive experience, founder of the Academia Mayor de la Lengua Quechua – Filial Pisac in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Masters in Intercultural Bilingual Education and Educational Management, Ph.D. in Education, Diploma in Teaching and Educational Methodologies, exhibitor at different academic events.

Aimed at students from different universities of the world and for those doing cultural exchanges.


Prof. Armando Becerra Zevallos (Wiñay Inca)


Noqan kani Qosqo, Qollau Inkaq Churin mink’akunin Qosqomanta pacha Perú suyun antapacha – “Runa simiqa sumaqmi misk’in tukuy runa teqsi muyu runakunan yachananchis. Hamuychis llapanchis rimarisun.

Kallpawan haylli runa simi!! Inkakunaq rimaynin teqsimuyu runakuna tillayachisun intiq qori qolqe lliphlliynin qhapaq kay qankunapaq kachun.

¡Kausachun Runa Simi!

Andean cooking lessons

The Peruvian Sierra is synonymous with variety. In the Andean country, delicious cuisine abounds such as soups, meats and delicious desserts made from corn, milk and fruits. Combine the high nutritional value of products of Andean cuisine in a clay pot, cooking with wood and we create exquisite dishes of this healthy cuisine, and is a delight for any cook.

The Peruvian Andes is rich in products of high nutritional value that the ancient inhabitants of Peru were able to combine to create pleasant flavors without losing its natural properties. Wood stoves and clay pots are part of the Inca wisdom to preserve nutrients from food through gentle cooking, deep aroma.

Our lessons are offered seven days a week. The activity begins with a visit to the traditional market of Pisac, and then we head to our gastronomic place to start the cooking class, where we will prepare a starter, a main course and a Pisco Sour. For dessert taste a variety of native fruits. With stomachs full, we return to take a break at the hotel.

The purpose of this course is to give participants the cultural tools with a sense of belonging, and a knowledge about the diversity of Andean cuisine.

Some of our cooking lessons are:

  • Peruvian Fusion
  • Regional Andean Cuisine
  • Vegetarian and Vegan
  • Cocktails and Tapas Peruvian


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