Visited Machu Picchu in March 2008 for 2 day/ 1 night.
Wow, what an amazing location for a hotel.
Originally we were meant to stay at the Sanctuary Lodge, however at the last minute our travel agent booked us into the Inkaterra since the Sanctuary was overbooked – which is the best thing that could of happened since the Inkaterra was an awesome hotel!
On first arrival at the hotel I was a little sceptical since it was raining heavily and the hotel looked dated and was sort of not what I expected (although I am not sure what I was expecting). But once we got into the room and had a shower in the beautiful bathroom with one big skylight as the roof I was in love with the Inkaterra.
The room was also very cosy, even though we did not have a fire place. The room was equipped with mosie repellent and lovely oils to keep the nasty bugs at bay. The room was extremely tranquil and so was the setting. Our room was in a block of about 6 rooms, but we did not hear a sound from other guests. We found the rooms to be very peaceful…all you could hear was nature. Additionally on first entering the room I was shocked that there was no TV or mini-bar, but it really added to the whole
Ambience of the hotel – you really do not need a TV or mini-bar when you can sit on your balcony and listen to nature.
Unfortunately we did not get an opportunity to enjoy the spa or the jungle tour and the many other activities on offer in the hotel. We wished we had booked the Inkaterra for at least an additional two days to enjoy some of the amazing activities on offer.
Location: Excellent, in the Jungle and walking distance to the town.
Food: All meals were outstanding. Selection and service exceptional.
Reception: Staff very friendly, informative and helpful
Rooms: Tranquil & cosy.
I don’t want to carry on too much but this hotel was fantastic and we loved every minute of our stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This enchanting Andean village hotel is located within 12.3 acres of pristine cloud forest. The spectacular grounds are laced with paths that wind past waterfalls and trails, and organic gardens that wander through the misty forest. A place to relax, while exploring nature and encountering the wonders of the Incan civilization, experiencing authentic travel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Inkaterra Hotel Machu Picchu
- Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
- Machu Picchu Inkaterra Hotel
- Pueblo Hotel Machu Picchu