Rio Sagrado Hotel, Villas & Spa
Rio Sagrado Hotel, beautifully situated on holy Inca land and along the Urubamba River, has been conceived to pay tribute and blend with the magnificent ambiance of the Inca Sacred Valley.
The hotel is centrally located 3.2 kilometers from the Town of Urubamba, and 15 minutes away from the gateway to the eternal citadel of Machu Picchu (Ollantaytambo Train Station). The lesser elevation found here (700 meters lower than Cuzco City, at 2,800 meters above sea level) renders Urubamba’s Inca Sacred Valley and the hotel an ideal acclimatization destination for Cuzco City and Machu Picchu travelers.
Traditional folkloric architectural design blends with contemporary high-end décor and functionality in Rio Sagrado’s suites. Textured warm-colored walls direct attention to supporting natural leather-bound beams across the ceiling, as done in 13th-century Incan constructions. Heat transfer wooden floorboards have been fitted to warm the entire floor, while breathtaking ample riverfront terraces blend seamlessly with the countryside. Natural rocks and exquisite wildflowers decorate the terraces, a destination for the wild birds and enchanting butterflies as well as hotel guests.Orient Express Sanctuary Lodge
Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge is the only hotel located adjacent to this ancient Inca citadel, offering its guests exceptionally easy access. Sit out on a terrace and savour Peruvian cuisine based on produce grown on the Lodge’s own plot. This delightful hideaway is the perfect place to relax and unwind in the shadow of the Lost City. The Lodge’s interior garden, apart from the beautiful panoramic view, has a variety of local flowers and orchids. Rooms are equipped with a telephone, satellite TV, radio/alarm clock with docking station, minibar, safety-deposit box, hair dryer and private bathroom with shower only. The hotel also offers a laundry service and guests can choose to dine in the privacy of their room.Libertador Palacio del Inka Hotel
Libertador Palacio del Inka Hotel is located across from the impressive Koricancha, or Temple of the Sun, and surrounded by magnificent Inca and colonial buildings. It is also just minutes away from the city’s major attractions: the main plaza, the Cathedral, the artisans’ neighborhood known as San Blas, as well as the route to the architectural complexes of Sacsayhuaman, Q’enko, Puca Pucara and Tambomachay.
Guest rooms feature a king, queen, or two twin-size beds and private bath and are equipped with heating, mini-bar, internet access, cable television, 220V and 110V electrical current, laundry service and 24-hour room service.Manu Wildlife Center
Madre de Dios River
Manu Wildlife Center provides an exciting opportunity to experience the fascinating flora and fauna of the lowland rainforest by living within the rainforest. The Center is located east of the Manu River on the north bank of Madre de Dios River. The lodge contains 22 double-occupancy fully screened private bungalows, separate complexes with hot showers and toilets, a large fully screened dining room and a delightful bar with hammocks for relaxing.
Please note that the Manu Wildlife Center has limited electricity at certain times of day. Lighting in the communal areas is by kerosene lamp and candles, with the paths around the lodge complex lit by kerosene lamps. Lighting in the guest bungalows is by candle.