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
Very nice hotel with lovely views and dÃ©cor. The meals were good and the staff very attentive. Lovely hot tub and massage opportunities. One problem - bring money if you want your clothes laundered or if you want to make a purchase at the gift shop. Be prepared to walk the hill back to the main office.
TheFranticDancer - Kitchener, Canada
The rooms had a large outdoor grass terrace. Restaurant was delicious and well stocked. The sauna a hot tubs were architecturally very interesting. This is a perfect way to spend a long weekend in the Peruvian mountains. There is a river running through the properties and hammocks where one can take long naps in the andean sun.
amleon - London, United Kingdom
In the Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado. Did dinner. Bread amazing. Appetizers were bad. The Caesar salad was bad, the tamale's we did not even eat, and the avocado salad was good. The main courses were fine; the steaks and pasta dishes. The hotel where this restaurant is is beautiful. Nicer than the Sol y Luna and the Tambo Del Inca. But the food is just okay.
Hotel has all the trappings you want in a most wonderful and peaceful setting by the river Sagrado. Ideal way to climatize in this high altitude before venturing Machu Picchu. Food was good. Service was excellent and the spa was Devine.Very restful and relaxing.
NigelM89 - Surrey
This is another hotel from the Belmond Hotel group stable â€“ and what a delightful hotel it is. For various reasons (after an Amazon River Trip) we were badly in need of a great hotel experience and this hotel ticked all the boxes. The setting of the Sacred Valley is truly one of the most beautiful parts of the world that we have visited. The Inca/Quecha knew their stuff when looking for a great location. The Hotel Rio Sagrado is set in its own walled â€˜parkâ€™ on the side of a hill that leads down to the river. So on oneâ€™s arrival at the hotel one is then â€˜golf buggiedâ€™ down the hill on a winding track to oneâ€™s room or rather suite. The gardens of the hotel are beautifully kept and very well appointed- so the entire ambience of the place was very relaxing. Our suite was straight out of the top drawer- roomy, well appointed, superbly comfortable bed- excellent bathroom with a splendid walk in shower. We could then make a short walk down from our suite to the spa and a bit further on to the restaurant and bar. The restaurant and bar are set at the bottom of the hotel buildings looking out over the gardens towards the river. Since we stayed four nights we had the opportunity to try out a lot on the menu and all the dishes we had were excellently put together and imaginative. Cesar Chiara in the bar gave us an interesting 45 minute talk on the history of Pisco and its variants which were was more entertainingly accompanied by tastings to prove his point. The pool area was also very good with the pool temperature just right. All in all this really is an â€˜oasisâ€™ in the Sacred Valley-a great place from which to see the magnificent sights that are on offer. Couldnâ€™t recommend a hotel more highly.
Andrew C - London, United Kingdom