December 13, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Belmond Las Casitas in Arequipa, Peru
With its luxury pedigree and a quiet canyon setting in bucolic southern Peru, Las Casitas del Colca embraces its harmonious surroundings. A cluster of 20 private and spacious casitas - some freestanding and others separated by a common lobby - are each individually appointed with cool indigenous tiles, foyers that segue to bedrooms and lounge areas, working fireplaces, and dressing rooms attached to bathrooms. There are also indoor and outdoor showers, allowing you to bathe beneath the cloudless skies. Each guest residence also has its own terrace as well as a private plunge pool. Rooms are equipped with telephones, wireless internet access, heated flooring, and mini bars for your additional comfort.
Housed in the resort's main building is the intimate à la carte restaurant whose menu is graced with Peruvian specialties. Andean meals are created from a cornucopia of fresh herbs and vegetables tended with care at the on-site gentleman's farm. Pastures are spotted with animals and livestock - including horses, cows, and rabbits - plus a trio of ponds filled with trout. Las Casita del Colca also has its own culinary school where students can learn from skilled chefs. Spa Samay is a place of relaxation and well being. Enter it through a meandering path through a fragrant eucalyptus grove and a small greenhouse growing the herbs and plants featured in the signature spa treatments. The activities offered are some of the simplest of pleasures, such as stargazing and horseback riding - a true complement the serene nature of this blessed land. Spend time in harmony with the Colca Canyon at Las Casitas del Colca.
Location of Belmond Las Casitas
Nearest Airport: AQP
Amenities for Belmond Las Casitas
- General Information
- 19 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Outdoor Pool
- Fishing Pond
- Culinary School
- In-Room Amenities
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Marble Bathrooms
- Outdoor Showers
- Private Pools
- Heated Floors
- Cooking Classes
- Cultural Classes
- Fly Fishing
- Art Classes
- Wildlife Viewing
- Active & Adventure
- Spa & Wellness
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Belmond Las Casitas
Really beautiful hotel. Shame we stayed out of season as it was a little chilly! rooms are fantastic and very comfortable. We had a hot tub in a secluded back garden which we would have normally tried out if it hadn't been so cold. Good reason to go back! Restaurant was good too. Like the free roaming horses and alpacas in the grounds! Great walks from the hotel too. A "must stay" if you are in the area.
fairplay01 - Crowborough, United Kingdom
I would particularly like to single out the staff members NoÃ¬, Maher, Jesus and Claudia for their exceptional personal skills and ability to make us feel special. The ambiance of the resort was relaxing with 5 star comfort and we all came away refreshed. The altitude of 11,000 feet is not for the faint hearted or infirmed.
I have mentioned befor that this place is amazing. A slice of heaven. Rooms are fantastic and the environment is superb. Iâ€™d like to also mention the staff. They added all the finishing touches. JESUS, CLAUDIA, MAHER and NOE looked after us for our stay. They were helpful, considerate and very well trained. Table service was exceptional, the bar service was skilled and efficient, Claudia anticipated all our needs and provided interpretation service when ever we needed it. Thanks also to that lovely man who helped the guys fish and brought the baby alpacas up for feeding. A wonderful stay. Thank you
Ruthwrv - Sydney, Australia
We booked the Belmond Las Casitas on a recent trip to the Colca Canyon primarily on the basis of the Belmond name. We were not disappointed. The casitas are spacious and beautiful and come with their own outdoor whirlpool spa. The service was excellent, although you somewhat feel like a captive audience because there are limited options outside the hotel. We used the hotel transportation ($450 round trip) as opposed to some other reviews that suggested driving. Personally, I would avoid driving (especially if you are doing it at night) because while the main road is good, there are many trucks and many unprotected hair pin turns on this two lane road from Arequipa to the Colca region. We hired a private day guide ($250) versus a group tour ($80) because we wanted the flexibility to explore other areas and take our time. Overall, a side-trip worth taking, although this was an expensive option.
KenNYC150 - New York City, New York
Our agent had done all our bookings, so we did not really expect anything more than a basic hotel. Oh boy! This place is special! Tucked away, overlooking the canyon and river, set on a huge property where alpacas graze freely. The gardens are manicured and there's a beautiful walk through the kitchen gardens, green houses, animal enclosures and along the cliff top overlooking the valley. The accommodation however is next level!, it's beautifully appointed, huge and has every comfort you could wish for, including private terrace with heated plunge pool, massive bathroom, including Roman bath, inside and outside showers, full height windows to an enclosed garden, comfy sitting area and much more. The resort offers a spa and several free activities such as a pisco sour making demo, cooking class, hand massage, llama feeding and more.. The restaurant is great and will accommodate special requests. But it's the human element that makes this place so special, from the warm greeting at the top of the drive to the attention to all the small details. The care factor is so high. Very special mention to Claudia, Jesus and Arascely for their exceptional care.
Deb2705 - Melbourne, Australia