A very significant place for me. I spent my birthday in Peru and chose this hotel to stay. I had a nice room, clean and relaxing. Flight from US to here were quite far but the staff were helpful and even got me an oxygen tank. Acclimatisation was not easy but staff looked after me so well. Highly recommended
We had a lovely two-night stay at the Inkaterra in Urubamba, which is the main town in the area called “Valle Sagrado” between Cusco and Machu Piccu. The hotel is located in a rural area, with nothing of interest right around it. The town itself is about a 10-min drive and Ollyataytambo, a nice historical town and starting point to one of the trains that takes you to Machu Piccu, is about a 45-min drive. So you’ll need to plan day trips if you stay at the property, but it’s worth the effort as the hotel is so beautiful. Located across from a tall mountain range, the views from the common areas are breathtaking. Our rooms were in the main lodge (they also have stand-alone casitas) and were decorated in a casual upscale style, with wood finishes, tall ceilings, and earth tones. The shower-only bathrooms had all of the amenities you’ll want, and plenty of space. There is a restaurant on site with delicious gourmet food and a bar with a cozy fireplace. The menu was the same for both nights that we dined there, but we didn’t mind repeating some of the great dishes we had. Our only (small) complaints were twofold…First, the lighting in one of our bathrooms was really lacking. It was dark and difficult to see at night. That could be fixed with a few more fixtures in that area. Second, since there is not much else going on onsite, a visit to a hot tub at the spa in the evening might have been nice, but they charge about $50 for the day use pass. We passed. Altogether, this was a delightful experience and we would happily visit again in the future.…
We thoroughly enjoyed our two nights at this breathtaking hotel! Our bungalow was so beautiful & comfortable & had everything we needed. We only wish our stay was longer. The food was delicious & the service was impeccable. We highly recommend staying here!
The setting is spectacular and the rooms are really quite nice. However, hotel fell down in 3 areas. The greeting we received when we arrived was underwhelming to say the least and after our bags were dropped in our room, we we not shown anything about the room as expected in a high level hotel. We were asked if we wanted a fire in the fireplace and despite saying yes, this was forgotten. We took the evening astrological tour, which could not have been more repetitive or boring. We were supposed to take a flora/fauna tour for 2 hrs the next day but cancelled when we found out the same naturalist would lead it. Maybe the most disappointing thing was the kitchen. The menu and the preparations were boring (no change in 3 nights) and the waiters seemed bored. Our stays at other Inkaterra hotels were far superior in every way.…
My husband and I visited this stunning hotel in January. We were impressed! The property is absolutely breathtaking! From the moment we arrived, the staff was extremely welcoming and helpful. Our hotel room was very spacious and comfortable. We had a tour at hotel were they explained about the products that are grown there. It was very interesting. The food at the restaurant was outstanding. It's the perfect place to relax before visiting Machu Picchu. I would highly recommend it!
Inkaterra Hotel is beautiful. The casitas are well appointed with cozy beds, incredible views and a very high standard of cleanliness. The staff are friendly, very helpful and professional. Jorge in the restaurant was very gracious, good natured and provided wonderful service! I enjoyed every minute!
We arrived in the afternoon and were kindly welcomed by the manager at the front door. We were told there would be a guided tour of the property which thrilled me greatly as I love learning about new places. To my surprise, I was the only participant. We had a glorious time walking through the gardens. My personal guide told me all about the herbs they grow and the medicinal properties of some of them and the foods they use the other ones in. He told me about the sacred valley and pointed out the stars after it got dark. I thoroughly enjoyed it! After my tour, we had dinner with outstanding service! Our room was very cozy and first class! I cannot recommend this place enough!
Set in the Sacred Valley, this property features beautiful views of the mountains, well appointed casitas and good food. Our casita was immaculate and well appointed. There was a little patio with chairs to enjoy the views. Every casita has fireplace; the staff will come and start a fire at night. The turn down service also offers hot water bottles for your bed. We ate breakfast and dinner there over two days. The menus were varied, the food was well presented and well done. Staff was generally friendly. Our only quibbles were that the service was slow, the bathroom (although big) was dark and our WiFi and hot water were a little inconsistent. But overall, this is a memorable place to stay.
Great hotel with numerous amenities. Each room is a small cabin that comes with a magnificent view of the valley and mountains. The room is incredible, very spacious. We are here with friends for Christmas vacation and they provided a free Christmas dinner. Highly recommend.
Wow, what can I say? This was probably my favorite hotel stay ever. The property is stunning, the service is outstanding. We were greeted with a chicha morada drink and cool towel. The bed was warmed with hot water bags. The food was outstanding and the service in the restaurant was superb. The staff went above and beyond our expectations. They were helpful and friendly! Can't recommend enough.