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Cavas Wine Lodge

Cavas Wine Lodge was the first of its kind in the Mendoza region: a luxury hotel set among the region’s famed vineyards and wineries. In 2003, Cecilia Diaz Chuit and her husband Martin Rigal selected the hotel’s location from dozens of options.

Their efforts created a tranquil, 55-acre retreat in the heart of Lujan de Cuyo—a bullseye location surrounded by Mendoza’s most noteworthy winemakers–names such as Catena Zapata, Vina Cobos, Achaval Ferrer, Caelum, and Mendel.

Cavas Wine Lodge is a member of the Relais & Chateaux family of boutique hotels.

Food is a priority; the lunch menu is updated seasonally and the dinner menu is changed each night. Meals feature organic locally-sourced meats and produce.

Accommodations 

Each of the 18 guest rooms and villas is furnished with a private plunge pool, fireplace, bathtub, deck or patio, and air conditioning.

The rooms are arrayed in the vineyard so that each has a view of the Andes Mountains.

In-room amenities include: luxury linens, security box, hair dyer, robes, slippers, and Wi-Fi.

Because Cavas Wine Lodge is focused on wine, fine dining, and active outdoor pursuits, the lodge is primarily a couples retreat. The minimum age for guests 12-years-old. (Exceptions are possible; please contact LANDED for details.)


Grand Villa:

Ideal for couples and families with children 12 and older. The villa measures 3,500 square feet, and features two full bedroom suites, one room with a king bed, and one with king or two twins.

It is equipped with a 700 square foot living room with fireplace, pullout sofa, pantry, fridge, outdoor dining facilites, private shower garden, jacuzzi and plunge pool.

The Grand Villa deck features an outdoor pool, lounge chairs and vineyard views.

One-Bedroom Villa:

This 2,800 square foot villa features inside and outside living space, views of the Andes and a private terrace.

It also includes at outdoor hote tub and private pool, jet shower, a private outdoor shower, and private patio.

A man and woman sip wine on a rooftop villa at Cavas Wine Lodge.

Vineyard Villa:

This 2,200 square foot villa features a large master bedroom, living room and inside-outside living space.

It is also equipped with a private plunge pool and outdoor hot tub, outdoor shower, and an oversized terrace with views of the Andes mountains.

A king-size bed with white bedding is surrounded by wood furnishings and a large window.

Front Row Room:

This 970 square foot room features a spacious living areas, terrace, and fireplace. It also includes a deep soaker tub, indoor and outdoor shower and private plunge pool and patio.

A man and woman sit on an outdoor patio drinking wine while overlooking a vineyard.

Luxury Room:

This 970 square foot room features private vineyards, outdoor deck, large windows and a large living space.

It also includes a deep soaker tub, indoor and outdoor shower and private plunge pool and patio.

The luxury room at Cavas Wine Lodge has a king-size bed with white bedding, a large rug and living room with windows.

Amenities

On property, guests can enjoy the outdoor swimming pool, sundeck, spa, restaurant, wine cellar, gardens, and vineyard trails for hiking and biking.

Exploring Mendoza

Just a 90-minute flight from Buenos Aires, Mendoza lies at the foothills of the Andes and boasts over 900 wineries. Some of the top wineries are within walking distance from Cavas Wine Lodge.

Other activities include horseback riding through the vineyards, hiking through the Andes, zip-lining, bike rides and river rating.

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Patagonia Camp

Patagonia Camp is nestled within a private forest reserve, nine miles south of the main entrance of Torres del Paine National Park. The camp overlooks Lake Toro and, in the distance, the Paine Massif.

The camp’s facilities include a main lodge, guide center, and 20 yurt cabins–most with lake views. The structures are connected by an elevated wooden boardwalk.

The full-board program at Patagonia Camp includes accommodation; group basis transfers (Punta Arenas, Puerto Natales, or the border crossing at Cerro Castillo); three meals daily; open bar with select beverages; guided excursions in the company of other guests; and national park entry fees.

Laundry service and premium beverages are available at an additional cost.

Accommodations

Staying at Patagonia Camp is no hardship. The yurt cabins are furnished with comfortable bedding, radiant heating, soft linens, and private en-suite bathroom (shower, vanity, and flush toilet). Other features include private terraces, wood floors, and a skylight dome.

The yurts are nestled within the native lenga forest, most with views of the lake and mountains. Wi-Fi is accessible in the main lodge.

Amenities

The main lodge houses a restaurant, bar, lounge, library area, boutique, and reception.

Breakfast is buffet. Most lunches are packed for eating on-the-go during excursions. Dinners are multi-course, and feature fresh regional ingredients such as salmon, king crab, and lamb. A selection of Chilean house wines and beers is also offered.

Adventures

Patagonia Camp’s full-board program includes guided full and half-day excursions in the company of other guests.

The camp’s list of excursions includes hiking, trekking, and kayak options, each graded by level of activity / difficulty. Catch-and-release fishing (self-guided) is also possible.

During much of the camp’s October to April season, privately-guided tour options are also possible.

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El Casco Art Hotel

El Casco Art Hotel is located on the southern shore of Lake Nahuel Huapi in Bariloche, Argentina.

Each of the 33 guestrooms showcases up to a dozen original artworks by one of Argentina’s most influential artists; in fact, the collection of paintings and sculptures has more than 500 pieces.

Accommodations 

As the hotel is oriented along the lake edge, most rooms have views of the lake. Each guest room at El Casco Art Hotel is furnished with television, security box, hair dryer, slippers, bathrobes, minibar, and Wi-Fi. Twice daily housekeeping is provided.

El Casco Art Hotel has five room categories:


Studio Bustillo 

Measuring 322 square feet, the Studio Bustillo rooms are furnished with a queen bed. Each Studio Bustillo features original artwork. Maximum occupancy is 2 guests.


Studio Nahuel  

Measuring 484 square feet, the Studio Nahuel rooms are furnished with a queen bed or two twin beds. Each room features original artwork. These rooms are large enough to accommodate a roll-away bed (subject to availability). Maximum occupancy is 3 guests.


Nahuel Corner

Measuring 559 square feet, the Nahuel Corner rooms are furnished with a queen bed. Each Nahuel Corner room features original artwork. These rooms are large enough to accommodate a roll-away bed (subject to availability). Maximum occupancy is 3 guests.


Master Suite

Measuring 990 square feet, the Master Suite is furnished with a king bed. The Master Suite features original artwork. The room is are large enough to accommodate a roll-away bed (subject to availability). Maximum occupancy is 3 guests.


Studio Nahuel Balcony

Measuring 602 square feet, the Studio Nahuel Balcony rooms are furnished with a queen bed. Each room features a balcony with lake views, and original artwork. These rooms are large enough to accommodate a roll-away bed (subject to availability). Maximum occupancy is 3 guests.

Amenities

Among the amenities at El Casco Art Hotel are concierge service, a sculpture garden, restaurant, wine cellar, fitness center, heated swimming pool, sauna, and jetted tub.

Activities

El Casco Art Hotel is located 30 minutes by road from San Carlos de Bariloche, situated in the foothills of the Argentine Andes on Lake Nahuel Huapi. Bariloche began as an outpost for early German settlers. The town later attracted Swiss, Austrian, Italian, and Chilean immigrants.

Summer high season runs from November to March, with highs near 70° and lows around 40°.

Guests typically stay three or four nights. Since 2006, LANDED has arranged experiences such as these for our guests in Bariloche:

  • Privately guided canoe or lake kayak trips
  • Navigations on Lake Nahuel Huapi (private or group options) with privately guided hiking and lake shore picnics
  • Privately guided rafting trips
  • Day trips to a private estancia for hiking, canoeing, and horseback riding
  • Chocolate making classes and chocolate tastings
  • Condor viewing excursions with an expert ornithologist
  • Privately guided fly-fishing outings
  • Privately guided mountain biking and hiking in the Andes
  • Multi-sport adventures combining mountaineering, kayaking, and hiking
  • Helicopter overflights of glaciers and lakes
  • Privately guided scenic driving tours
  • Wine tastings
  • Cooking classes and chef’s table dining
  • Photo workshops with master photographers (November to March)
  • Private lakeside dinners
  • Privately guided backcountry skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing days (June to August)

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The Best Hotels in Peru

The 16 Best Hotels in Peru

Are you ready to plan your next vacation to Peru?

LANDED compiled a list of the 16 best hotels and resorts in Peru. Whether you’re looking for luxury hotels in Lima; historic hotels in Cusco; or luxury lodges in the Sacred Valley or Machu Picchu, we’ve got you covered.

Spanish architectural influence church in Cusco Peru, photographed during leisure travel with family

Peru is larger and more diverse than one might expect. Its territory exceeds the combined area of Germany, France, Switzerland, and Italy.

The world’s longest exposed mountain range—the Andes—divide a dry coastal plain from the Amazon Basin, which covers half of Perú’s landmass.

Whispy clouds decending on the Andes Mountains near Cusco, Peru

Throughout the last five millennia, complex civilizations built massive cities such as Caral, Chavín de Huantar, and Chan Chan.

The most famous of Perú’s cultures, the Inca Empire, began its ascent in the 13th century.

Over the next three hundred years, Inca influence stretched out, eventually reaching present-day Colombia and Chile.

Peru is also rich in biodiversity. Over 1,700 bird species are found in Peru, as are more than 50 primate species, including pink river dolphins, jaguars, vicuñas, and hundreds of orchid varieties.

A firey sunset over Lake Titicaca, photographed during leisure travel in the region.

The Best Hotels in Peru

With that diversity in mind, here is our list of the best hotels in Peru. We know these properties first-hand and by heart.

Have questions? Our team of expert travel advisors is at your service.

Since 2006, Delfin has been a pioneer in luxury Amazon cruising. Iquitos is the departure point for luxurious multi-day river cruises.

Passengers can choose either a 3 or 4-night stay on one of the three Delfin cruise ships. All of their programs are designed to showcase the best of the Marañon and Ucayali Rivers in the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve and other places throughout the Peruvian Amazon.

The exterior the delfin cruise ships has wood beams, white wash walls and sails on Amazon river.

Activities available to passengers include:

  • Kayaking
  • Swimming with dolphins
  • Fishing for piranhas
  • Birdwatching
  • Trail walks
  • Visits to local communities

Delfin boasts three ships that are equipped with lounges, bars, decks, gyms, massage rooms, dining areas, and more.

Cruise suites include:

  • Deluxe beds and linens
  • Bath amenities
  • Daily maid service
  • Hairdryer
  • Security box
  • Climate control
  • Bedside table and lamps
This suite features a king size bed, large panoramic windows, wood floors and sitting area.Hacienda concepcion villa is lit with lights and green trees and vegetation.

Ready to explore the Peruvian Amazon? Inkaterra Hacienda Concepcion is an excellent base for visiting Peru’s southern Amazon region.

Hacienda Concepcion is located along the Madre de Dios River. This family-friendly lodge property was once a cacao and rubber plantation.

One of the highlights of this hotel in Peru is exploring the Tambopata National Reserve. Visitors can observe macaws, giant river otters, monkeys, butterflies, parakeets, and caimans.

The hotel has 25 independent cabanas and 5 rooms that look out to forest views.

Guests at the lodge can enjoy the:

  • Restaurant
  • Lounge
  • Bar
  • Gardens
  • Laundry service, private guides, and binocular rental are available for an additional cost
Inkaterra Hacienda Concepcion's main room features tall bamboo ceilings, sofas, tables and open views to the Amazon rainforest.El Albergue has white wash hotel walls surrounded by greenery and mountains.

This Sacred Valley hotel is a hidden gem, tucked between an organic farm and Ollantaytambo’s train station–roughly half way between Machu Picchu and Cusco.

Owned and managed by generations of the Randall family, El Albergue has the feel of a cozy country house.  Rabbits nibble at the grass, while hummingbirds and butterflies pollinate fuchsia, passionflower, peach, and avocado.  That atmosphere is surprising, given the hotel’s proximity to the Sacred Valley’s main train stop on the Machu Picchu railway line.

Albergue dining includes fresh meats, fruits and vegetables.

The rooms are simple and airy, many with private balconies and fireplaces. Most rooms do not have televisions or air conditioning, both of which feel unnecessary here.

Among the amenities at this Ollantaytambo hotel are:

  • Farm-to-table restaurant
  • Distillery
  • Bar
  • Natural eucalyptus sauna
  • Gardens
  • Luggage storage
  • Wi-Fi

KiCHIC is located in front of the beach in the northern Peruvian surf town of Mancora.

The “Ki” is a nod to the Japanese concept of vitality, and the “chic” is an indication of the owners’ signature style–a breezy blend of simplicity and comfort.

Each of the nine guest rooms incorporates local materials and has an individual personality.

Among this Mancora hotel’s amenities are:

  • KiCHIC’s vegetarian restaurant (seasonal vegetables harvested from their organic garden)
  • Lounge
  • Bar
  • Library
  • Swimming pool
  • Sun deck
  • Gardens
  • Wi-Fi

KiCHIC offers exclusive experiences for guests including deep-tissue massages at the hotel spa, as well as meditation and yoga classes.

Other activities available to guests include kitesurf and surfing classes, cooking classes, whale watching, and private cinema screenings on the beach.

12. Hotel Monasterio

Hotel Monasterio is one of our favorite Cusco hotels. Hotel Monasterio is set within a 16th-century seminary, constructed atop the Inca palace of Sapa Inca Tupac Amaru. Few hotels in the New World have such a vivid sense of place.

Each of the luxury rooms is different, with unique historical quirks such as coffered ceilings, Inca stonework, and brick arches.

Among the in-room amenities at this Cusco hotel are:

  • Air conditioning and heating
  • LCD TV’s and a DVD player
  • Oxygen enrichment (optional, with an additional fee)
  • Wireless internet
  • Security boxes
  • Bathtubs
  • Hairdryers
Hotel Monasterio interiors include dark wood, paintings and colonial furnishings.

Located in the Sacred Valley town of Urquillos, Explora Sacred Valley (Explora Valle Sagrado) was designed as a base for exploration of this fertile Andean region.

All programs include accommodation, group basis transfers, meals, select beverages, and menu of more than 20 cultural, hiking, and biking explorations.

The hotel features 50 rooms that all offer views of the corn plantations and mountains surrounding the valley.

Among the amenities at Explora Valle Sagrado are:

  • Restaurant (with a menu guided by star chef Virgilio Martínez)
  • Bar
  • Gardens
  • Spa
  • Swimming pool
  • Boutique
  • Jacuzzi
  • Wi-Fi

With over 30 explorations, Explora Sacred Valley offers excursions led by bilingual guides who take visitors by foot, van or bike through Cusco, Machu Picchu, and the Sacred Valley.

Explora Sacred Valley suite features a king bed, sofa, chairs and large window.

10. Sanctuary Lodge

Belmond Sanctuary Lodge is the only Machu Picchu hotel located at the entrance of the famed archeological site. From this privileged location, guests can easily access Machu Picchu National Park.

The Belmond Sanctuary exterior is a dimly lit lodge with green mountains in the background.

The Machu Picchu hotel’s 31 rooms include LCD televisions, security boxes, minibars and hair dryers.

This room features a king bed, large window and curtains and carpet.

Guests at Belmond Sanctuary Lodge enjoy access to:

  • Two restaurants
  • Bar
  • Massage rooms
  • Garden
  • Supplemental oxygen (available for an additional fee)
  • Luggage storage
  • Wi-Fi
  • Air conditioning
Belmond Sanctuary lodge includes a dining area with a windowed wall looking out into the mountains.

9. Reserva Amazonica

This Peruvian Amazon lodge is located along the Madre de Dios River, adjacent to the Tambopata National Reserve.

More than 540 bird species, along with dozens of mammal and reptile species, have been identified on the lodge’s private 42,000-acre reserve.

As part of Reserva Amazonica’s full-board program, meals are included in your stay—buffet breakfast, afternoon tea, and a la carte lunch and dinner. Beverages are not included.

The full-board program also includes a variety of jungle excursions (quarter, half, or full-day tours) on group basis with other guests.  Private guiding can be arranged in advance (at most times of the year) for an additional fee.

Inkaterra Reserve Amazonica exterior features a large wood bamboo cabana with a lit interior.

Each of the 35 thatched cabanas is fitted with en suite bathrooms. These shaded, airy cabanas are inspired in the Ese’ Eja culture.

In-room comforts: hot water, mosquito netting, large towels, ecologically-friendly toiletries, bathrobes, slippers, 100% cotton sheets, umbrellas, flashlights, hammocks, kerosene lamps, ceiling fan, and an electrical outlet.

Lodge amenities include:

  • Restaurant
  • Lounge
  • Bar
  • Spa (Spa products are 100% natural, providing classic nurturing with the exotic ingredients of the Amazon)
  • Canopy walkway, nature trails, and gardens
  • Laundry service, private guides, binocular rental, and spa treatments are available for an additional cost
  • Rooms do not have 24-hour electricity, television, or air conditioning
  • Wi-Fi is not available at the lodge, and mobile phone is very limited

8. Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel

Upon entering this Machu Picchu hotel on a 12-acre private reserve, guests are greeted by colorful birds and hundreds of orchid species.

Stone pathways meander through the terraced hillsides, leading to whitewashed adobe casitas.

The luxury suites feature heated plunge pools, private terraces, outdoor showers, garden views, and en-suite amenities.

The Inkaterra Suite features colored blanket, wood beams, large windows, fireplace and sitting area.

Guests at Inkaterra’s Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel can enjoy the on-site orchid gardens, restaurant, bar, spa, Andean sauna, swimming ponds, boutique, fireplaces, sun terraces, and library.  Supplemental oxygen is available for an additional fee.  Luggage storage and Wi-Fi are available.

 

Before or after visiting Machu Picchu National Park, guests can also enjoy bird watching, nature walks, or a visit to the on-site rescue project for Andean spectacled bears.

 

Inkaterra Machu Picchu hotel features a long walkway with the casitas lit to the side.

7. Belmond Andean Explorer 

The Belmond Andean Explorer is the first luxury sleeper train in South America.

Outfitted with 16 carriage trains, including a spa and lounge car, this Belmond Andean Explorer train winds through some of Peru’s most iconic landscapes — from Cusco to Lake Titicaca and Arequipa.

The Belmond Andean Explorer traverses through green mountains and rivers.

These luxury sleeping compartments on the Andean Explorer feature twin or double beds, Peruvian accents and an en-suite bathroom with a shower.

In-cabin amenities:

  • Wardrobe
  • 24/7 call buttons
  • Air conditioning
  • 220v electrical outlets
  • Oxygen tanks and masks
  • Adapters
  • Robe and slippers
  • Medical assistance on board
This suite on the Belmond Explorer features two blue seats, an en-suite bathroom and outdoor views.

Belmond Andean Explorer has two dining cars accented with leather chairs and mountain views.

The train also features a lounge car where guests can relax with cocktails.

The Spa car offers Peruvian spa treatments such as clay wrap, coca leaf, and deep-tissue massages.

The Belmond Explorer lounge is accented with colorful pillows, chairs and windows.

6. Hotel B

Hotel B is one of our favorite Lima hotels. A member of the Relais & Chateaux collection of boutique hotels, Hotel B’s heart is a restored Belle Époque mansion.

Inspired by the bohemian atmosphere of the surrounding Barranco neighborhood, the hotel exhibits a private collection of contemporary Latin American art.

Luxurious Hotel B Lima entryway adorned with couches and lounge tables

The luxury rooms are equipped with an extensive list of amenities:

  • 100%-cotton linens and towels
  • Down duvets and pillows
  • Bathrobes and slippers
  • Bath amenities
  • Towel warmer
  • Additional telephone in the bathroom
  • Hairdryer
  • Centralized light control and reading lights
  • Independent temperature controls (heating and air conditioning)
  • Clock radio
  • Complimentary newspaper
  • In-room security box
  • Mini bar
  • Laundry Kit

Hotel amenities include:

  • Roof deck
  • Bar
  • Restaurant: The menu is a blend of traditional Peruvian ingredients and Mediterranean flavors.
  • WiFi
  • Complimentary Breakfast and tea time
  • Hotel Car
  • Twice-daily Housekeeping Service
  • 24-hour In-Room Dining
  • Interpretation and Translation Services (upon request)
  • 24-hour Laundry/Dry-Cleaning and one-hour Pressing
  • Computers and Printing Services
  • Multilingual Trip and Experience Concierge
  • Nanny Service (upon request)
  • Bell Boy Service
  • In-room Massage (upon request with an additional cost)
  • Complimentary overnight shoe shine
  • Valet parking
The Belmond Colca Casita gardens feature green grass, trees, a white cottage with grazing animals.

Located near the town of Chivay in the heart of the Colca Valley, Belmond Las Casitas is surrounded by a 34-acre private estate.

This Belmond Colca view features a large blue sky, green grass and trees and mountain views.

The 20 casitas (each measuring almost 1,300 square feet) feature one king or two twin beds, local fabrics, fireplace, separate bathtub and shower, heated flooring, marble bathrooms, alfresco showers, private outdoor terrace with heated plunge pool.

Guests at Belmond Las Casitas can enjoy:

  • The hotel’s on-site restaurant, which features produce from the hotel’s organic vegetable garden.
  • Bar
  • Lounge
  • Library
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa treatments
  • Wi-Fi
Belmond Colca Casitas feature a blue swimming pool surrounded by green grass and plants that looks out onto valley views.A colorful sunset hits the water of Lake Titicaca with the Titlaka lodge sitting above the shore to the right.

Titilaka is the best Lake Titicaca hotel. This 18-guestroom retreat rests on a private peninsula about 45 minutes from the lakeside town of Puno.

As a Relais & Chateaux boutique hotel, cuisine and personalized care are priorities.

A wood dock sits on the shores of the blue Lake Titicaca hotel at Titilaka lodge.

Lake Titicaca is the largest lake in South America and the world’s highest commercially navigable lake.

Lake Titicaca is known for its diverse wildlife, including a variety of bird species that inhabit the lake and its surroundings.

A man in a wood canoe paddles across a large blue Titicaca Lake.

Each of the hotel’s 18 guest rooms face the water, either to the lake (dawn) or the golden lagoon (dusk).

The rooms range from 290 to 505 square feet. They can accommodate anywhere from 2-4 guests and feature king or double beds.

Among the in-room amenities are:

  • Heated floors
  • Sofa overlooking the lake
  • Mini-bar
  • Wireless speakers
  • Security box
  • Table
  • Blackout curtains
  • Overhead bed lamps and coffee table
  • Mirrors
  • Bathroom kit
  • Hair dryer
The Titilaka Lodge features a room with a king size bed, large lake views and white interiors.

Guests at this Lake Titicaca hotel can choose from a menu of guided cultural and adventure excursions on the lake itself and along the shore. The native Aymara guides are experts in the history, traditions, and natural features of this sublime region.

The boathouse at Titilaka Lodge features wood floors, paddles, sofas, fireplace.

Set within a former convent built atop Inca walls, Belmond Palacio Nazarenas sets the standard for comfort and service in Cusco.

It is located on a small square a few blocks northeast of the city’s central plaza.

Belmond Palacio Nazarenas exterior buildings feature patios and floral courtyards.

The hotel’s historic treasures include frescos, arches, fountains, coffered ceilings, and a chapel.

Belmond Palacio Nazarenas interior feature colonial paintings, an old church and wood furnishings.

The rooms at this Cusco hotel reflect Spanish colonial architecture due to its former life as a convent. The resulting design includes expansive frescos, balconies, and Incan handicrafts.

Among the in-room amenities at Belmond Palacio Nazarenas are:

  • Wi-Fi
  • Security boxes
  • Bathtubs
  • Heated floors
  • Hair dryers
  • Wireless internet
  • Bar with espresso
  • Satellite TV and sound system
  • Luxury toiletries
  • 24 hour butler service
  • Supplemental oxygen (available for an additional fee)

Guests at Belmond Palacio Nazarenas can enjoy the on-site restaurant, bar, spa, boutique, heated swimming pool, courtyards, chapel, and butler service.

Belmond Palacio Nazarenas features a dimly lit swimming pool in front of a restaurant.
This boutqiue hotel in Cusco Peru is a restored manor house with a dimly lit courtyard and grassy area.

Inkaterra La Casona is a Relais & Chateaux boutique hotel set within a restored 16th-century manor house. This is one of the best hotels in Peru–or anywhere in Latin America.

The hotel is located on Plazoleta de las Nazarenas in the historic quarter of Cusco, near the Museum of Pre-Columbian Art (MAP), the Inka Museum, and two blocks from the main plaza.

The Inkaterra La Casona Patio has green grass, dimly lit archways and wide open center space.

Each of the 11-suites is furnished with fireplaces, heated floors, and large bathtubs.

The hallways feature colonial furniture, pre-Columbian textiles, and original murals.

The Balcon Suite features a colored rug, red couch, plaza views and a white king size bed.

The in-house dining is arguably the best in Cusco, make with fresh, local ingredients that explore the indigenous cuisine of the region. Guests can enjoy innovative liquors and spirits and relax at daily Tea Time.

Guests at Inkaterra La Casona can enjoy:

  • The on-property restaurant
  • Bar
  • Courtyard
  • Massage room
  • Boutique
  • Supplemental oxygen (available for an additional fee)
  • Wi-Fi
Inkaterra La Casona has a romantic dining room filled with antique furniture and ornate details.Hotel Sol y Luna has a blue pool surrounded by lounge chairs, towels, and outdoor deck.

Sol y Luna our favorite hotel in Peru’s Sacred Valley. When it comes to heart & soul, we think it’s the best hotel in Peru. Located in the town of Urubamba, near the center of the Sacred Valley, Hotel Sol y Luna is a sincere labor of love.

Hotel Sol y Luna has a marble floored spa with a white tub and outdoor views.

The individually-decorated guest rooms are surrounded by gardens of native flora. As a Relais & Chateaux boutique hotel, cuisine and personalized care are priorities.

Operations of the hotel and its adjoining Wayra Ranch are the primary funding source of Sol y Luna Foundation, a school for more than 250 local children in need.

Hotel Sol y Luna's room features a king bed, table with fruit, a window and colorful art.

The Hotel’s circular casitas are made of local stone, terra cotta and adobe brick, surrounded by the striking Sacred Valley landscape.

In-room Amenities:

  • Marble-tiled bathroom
  • Temperature heating
  • Private terrace
  • Peruvian Pyma cotton bed linen
  • Toiletries
  • Lush gardens
  • Telephone
  • Safe Box
  • Coffee table books
  • Bathrobes and sleepers
  • Duvets

Instead of curating hotel gardens and fields, Hotel Sol y Luna trains local farmers who grow quinoa, potatoes, herbs and other produce for the hotel.

This enables the hotel to be involved with the community and ensure fresh and natural ingredients in each dish.

Sol y Luna has two restaurants, a bar, spa, Yoga, gym, gardens, heated swimming pool, hot tub, boutique and Wi-Fi.

Hotel Sol y Luna has individual casitas that have an outdoor patio with surrounding vegetation.

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Senda Monteverde Hotel

Senda Monteverde is located in Costa Rica’s cool central highlands. The hotel is just minutes away from the famous Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve.

In 2018, hoteliers John and Lisa Aspinall closed the doors of their Sapo Dorado Hotel and re-opened the property as Senda. The new hotel’s restaurant, El Sapo, is a nod to the former incarnation.

Senda Monteverde Hotel Accommodations 

Senda’s 24 suites and rooms feature views of the Gulf of Nicoya or of the cloud forests.

In-room amenities include:

  • King & Twin-Sized Beds
  • Lounge area
  • Terraces
  • Complimentary Coffee & Tea
  • Minibar
  • Organic Toiletries, Cotton Robes, Hairdryer
  • Solar-Heated Hot Water
  • Wi-Fi
  • Umbrellas, Flashlight, Games
  • Security box
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Twice Daily Housekeeping Service

Superior Rooms (475 square feet, 2 adults): 


Junior Suites  475 square feet, 2 adults & 1-2 children): 


Premium Suites (660 square feet, 2 adults & 1 child): 


Senda Suites (1,321 square feet, 4 adults & 2 children): 

Amenities

Guests at Senda can enjoy the property’s:

  • El Sapo Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Loft
  • Outdoor verandas & fire pit
  • Complimentary breakfast
  • Outdoor playground
  • Wi-Fi

Activities

The full board program at Senda includes:

  • Hiking access to the Aguti Wildlife Reserve
  • Yoga Classes
  • Evening bonfire nights with hot cocoa & marshmallows
  • Ceviche classes, cocktails classes, traditional coffee experience and cajeta Class for kids
  • Rubber Boots, Binoculars & Walking Sticks

Other activities appealing to visitors is exploring the Cloud Forest Reserve, which is home to thousands of animal and bird species.

Monteverde claims to be the birthplace of zip lining and consequently has famous canopy tours that include platforms, cables, and a Tarzan swing.

Guests can also go horseback riding, visit wildlife reserves, and hike through the rainforest.

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