August 17, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado in Cusco, Peru
Nestled in Peru's Sacred Valley, a land once belonging to the ancient Inca Empire, you will find a stunning riverfront resort basking in this remote location. Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado is a place where past meets present, showcasing streamlined rooms that rest beneath timbered and beam ceilings. No detail is left to chance, so expect the unexpected. You will discover stylized retreats that pay homage to 13th-century Incan design, with textured walls that are cloaked in warm colors, wooden floors, terraces that gaze across the unspoiled land, and breathtaking valley and river views. Slightly tilted windows that make the most of the sun's rays are masterfully positioned above the oversize shower, creating the illusion of being in the great outdoors.
Much of the excellence of Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado experience comes from the exceptional service and amenities. El Huerto, the hotel's signature restaurant, dives into the culinary arts with a menu that showcases Peruvian cuisine, and La Cava Bar pours a lengthy list of spirits. Room service includes trays of gourmet sandwiches, soups and salads, as well as signature dishes from El Huerto. Spa Mayu Wilka, shaded by a grove of trees and framed with bouquets of wild flowers, presents a list of services packed with soothing and supple treatments. Stroll the property at your own leisure, or hop aboard the golf cart shuttle to be ferried to and from the restaurant, spa or sparkling pool. When you are not enjoying the pleasures of this pristine resort, spend the day exploring the ancient citadel of Machu Picchu. At Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado, lavish comfort and fascinating Peruvian history lie in the palm of your hand.
Location of Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado
Nearest Airport: CUZ
Amenities for Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado
- General Information
- 21 Guest Rooms
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Laundry Service
- In-Room Amenities
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Marble Bathrooms
- Luxury Linens
- Heated Floors
- Individually Designed Rooms
- Fully-Equipped Kitchens
- Mountain Biking
- River Rafting
- Historic Sites
- Active & Adventure
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado
Our family spent two wonderful nights at a beautiful resort . It's by the river and you have access to a wonderful staff. We fed llamas and relaxed in a great jacuzzi after a day exploring. We plan to return and spend a week exploring and relaxing.
Jaime R - Cerritos, California, United States
Absolutely breathtaking, every detail is thought of in presentation. The food at the restaurant is divine. Have a drink afterwards by the firepit next to the Urubamba river (the Celestial gateway of the Incas). Everything was great until last minute the receptionist charged us an amount and didn't tell us. We found out later in MachuPichu and still had to deal with it when in Belmond Monasterio. Being forthright with all financial charges should be a priority. Also the train the MachuPichu never came as there was a festival. The Hotel staff and manager were kind enough to send their personal car and drive us to the train station in Ollantaytambo and we thankfully made it on time. But the receptionist who mistakenly charged us extra $ blamed it on us for not checking with PeruRail. That was truly unprofessional.
Ralphie T - Boston, Massachusetts
Gorgeous landscape by the river and mountain. The hotel and restaurant staff were very kind and helpful. Breakfast is good and they even did a box one for us as we were leaving early in the morning to the airport. There is a pool and spa. Chairs and hammocks by the river. Rooms face the mountain and river ( pretty awesome view). Thumbs up for Sandra from the front desk for answering our questions and for the guys who brought us hot water bags to help us warm our feet at night ( this is definitely a plus after long walks!). We liked getting letters with tips and info every night too. The hotel is conveniently located if you want to visit Machu Picchu without staying overnight in Aguas Calientes. There is a Peru rail train you can board from the hotel in the morning and be dropped off in he end of the day. ( I recommend this to people willing to visit the ruins in a comfortable pace with time for breakfast and lunch. But not for those willing to do trails and mountain visit). Don't forget you'll still need tickets for the bus from Aguas calientes to and from the ruins. Another plus is the close proximity to the Salineras ( salt mines). It's a hike up the mountain but completely worth it as you arrive the opposite side to the rest os the visitors and can enjoy beautiful peaceful views! Thanks for the hotel staff! We had a great time.
The grounds are gorgeous, the rooms are beautiful and so, so comfortable, the spa is revitalizing, and the staff is wonderful! I truly was sad to leave as it was how every vacation should be. Cannot wait to return!
ClintonHill3H - Brooklyn, New York
What a beautiful place! We loved every minute spent here. We were graciously welcomed by the wonderful staff upon arrival. The Manager, Patricia, made sure everything was perfect for our stay. The rooms were fantastic and so spacious with wonderful beds, pillows and linens. The restaurant was top notch and we really enjoyed the grille night with steaks, trout and alpaca being some of the most delicious food we have ever eaten. The concierge arranged all of our train tickets to and from Machu Pichu, with the train stop at the hotel! So convenient!!! The concierge also arranged a Peruvian picnic lunch on the beautiful lawn by the river. It was so special and something we will never forget. Put this hotel on your list of "must do's". I promise you will LOVE it!
Charlyn P - Frisco, Texas