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Reviewed September 4, 2013

I stayed here with my husband as part of a tour to Machu Picchu. We wanted somewhere that would be easier traveling between the other historical sites and MP. My sister had previously done anMP tour staying in Cuzco, which proved to be tougher travel wise. Sacred Valley is perfect, close to the famous Maras salt mines and Moray ruins. Its also a shorter distance from the train to MP, so after a long but wonderful day yiu can get back to your hotel faster.

The hotel is amazing! Nothing bad to say. Staff are helpful, friendly, willing to help or answer your questions etc. The rooms spacious, clean and well appointed. The bathrooms large and luxurious with robes, and plush towels. The restaurant is amazing and you can also get room service after a long day. The food is a combination of well known dishes but with Peruvian flare. For example we ordered hot wings and got a lovely local flavor take on them. There are also local dishes if you wish to try those.

The grounds and views are spectacular, you just cant wait to get up in the morning and open the verandah door to gaze at the amazing mountains and breathe the fresh air. I am a coffee person so my only peeve was the lack of coffee maker in the room. But with everything else so perfect you cant let things like this bother you. Go down to the restaurant and you can bring back coffee to your room to enjoy on the verandah.

The only small downside would be that unlike in Cuzco, you are limited to eating at the restaurant as there was not much else easily available near the hotel. This could get pricey if you have a long stay or want some good old American junk food like KFC LOL.

I would recommend this hotel to anyone and I would definitely stay here again.

Room Tip: All rooms are great but some are further than others.
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled with family
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1  Thank vanessabissessar
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Reviewed September 1, 2013

Nestled in the Sacred Valley, this hotel really is a gem. I could wax lyrical about the service, the rooms, the landscaped gardens but others have done that so instead I'll just add that the hotel also has its own observatory which is a must (especially with the skies being so dark hereabouts).

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Colin A
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Reviewed September 1, 2013

I was traveling with a small group and we had left Machu Picchu for the Sacred Valley for a few days. I was violently ill when I arrived here and the hotel was attentive and caring. They sent oxygen to the room, a fan that I requested, and a team of medical staff. All was very professional and appropriate treatment was given...I was up and enjoying the scenery by the next morning (although moving somewhat slower than usual). The food in the hotel was good, staff attentive, the grounds and view - breathtaking. I would have loved to have stayed 2 more days.

Stayed: August 2013, traveled with friends
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Reviewed August 31, 2013

Don’t let the road up to this place scare you, it’s a bit rough and the neighborhood is typical small town rural Peru. The hotel compound itself is very nice. The rooms are set in small blocks two high scattered up the hillside. The mountain views are fine and there are a few Llamas and Alpacas staked out to mow the grass and give tourists something else to photograph. The rooms are nice with hardwood block floors and comfortable beds. We ate in the restaurant (your only local choice unless you have a car) and found it very good. The desert we had one evening was a chocolate tart with ice cream and a piece of handmade chocolate that would have done a French pastry chef proud. They have a spa but we did not try it. One note- the sign in your bathroom says don’t flush toilet paper down the toilet, for the environment. That is actually what they mean; you are supposed to put it in a wastebasket beside the toilet. Sorry but none of the folks we were traveling with obeyed that suggestion.

Room Tip: Just ask for a view- second story rooms wont have the noise from people walking on the wood floors above you that the first floor has.
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Planemeister
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Reviewed August 31, 2013

this is a nice hotel in the very beautiful region of the Sacred Valley, the staff is friendly, the rooms are scattered on a large green area, everything about it is satisfactory, however, there is no public transportation linking the hotel to the train station or the main road. It means that you have to order a taxi to get to your next destination, which is not too expensive, but one has to be lucky to meet the perfect driver who can and wants to act as a guide. If you only need to be transported from the hotel to another place there is no problem.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled with family
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Thank Anna F
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