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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
My mother and I stayed 6 nights at Rio Sagrado. We arrived very early in the morning and were happy to be able to smoothly check in before the check in time. The property is absolutely gorgeous, it is so peaceful and serene, and picture-esque. The service was impeccable from everyone who works here - my mother was feeling slightly under the weather on our first nights and the front desk sent her ginger and lemon tea which helped a lot. They also helped with booking our cars and making suggestions. Proâ€™s - - Hotel grounds are great; it is a central point to be able to explore Sacred Valley opposed to being all the way in Cusco. We were easily able to see a number of Ruins and of course Machu Picchu with there being the Vistadome that stops right in front of the gates. We took that train in the morning and in the evening we took back the Expedition that stopped at Ollantaytambo instead (itâ€™s only 30 mins away) - Rooms a clean, tastefully designed and spacious with wonderful views of the grounds and Urubamba River - Breakfast is okay, itâ€™s not bad but itâ€™s not spectacular either. Decent variety and some made to order dishes. There isnâ€™t a huge selection of juices though but lots of hot drinks and tea! - The altitude in this area is relatively lower and I didnâ€™t need to adjust I found no difficulty with oxygen or breathing - I loved the alpacas they had on the property, theyâ€™re so cute and just roam the grounds. Be sure to take the chance to feed them! - Lastly, service is impeccable, attentive, and graciously given. Both my mother and I were very happy with all the staff we encountered. Service was above expectations in all areas (special mentions go to Sandra and Paul at the front desk, they were phenomenal) Conâ€™s - Although the location is good for exploring it lacks any restaurants near by... we would typically go into town via taxi or grab food on our way back from an excursion but both were a little inconvenient and annoying. There also isnâ€™t any currency exchanges or mini marts close either. There is a hotel restaurant where we ate on our last night but we were unimpressed.. dinner service is great, but quality isnâ€™t so good considering the prices. Dishes were bland and overpriced. - If youâ€™re traveling with elderly be mindful there are a lot of stairs across the property (for example to get from the restaurant to the front desk), on occasion I even found climbing so much tiring but there are golf carts on site to take you around if need be. Aside from location and restaurants we were very happy with our stay, we found it to be relaxing and rejuvenating - something we both definitely needed. I would definitely recommend Rio Sagrado to others.
Breathtaking location. It is not difficult to understand why the Incas considered the surrounding mountains and the river as holy. Strikingly beautiful and peaceful nature experience. It is well worth the stay.
LeilaPa - Rio de Janeiro, RJ
We stayed at this hotel for three nights. We had a room near the waterfront overlooking the river, very close to the restaurant. The hotel is beautiful and the location wow ! The rooms are nicely decorated with nice colours. The bathroom is fantastic, very classy, neat, functional. What I did not like is having my clothes in the bathroom, due to the condensation. But otherwise I found no fault with this beautiful shower with glass roof on top and plants all around ! The food was not superb, but not bad either. Breakfast was normal, but the views amazing. The staff were friendly. There is nothing to do around the hotel, so make sure that you have visits pre-booked.
Anna G - Boston, Massachusetts
A wonderful resort with about 25 cottages spread thru the property. Each cottage is very tastefully appointed with top notch service. A heavy focus on the environment and the Incan culture. Our kids loved that two baby alpacas on property. A few negatives: there is basically nothing within walking distance of the hotel so eating off property requires a cab ride. The hotel restaurant is good, but over priced and breakfast service was not great (dinner service is good).
Stayed here for two nights while visiting Machu Picchu with my husband. The hotel was right by the bus up to Machu Picchu. The bed was comfortable, the room was clean, and we had views of the river! There are plenty of restaurants within walking distance. The hotel staff was very helpful. It was exactly what we needed after some (rainy) days hiking and exploring Machu Picchu- no frills, just comfort, clean, and safe!
Brookebnyc2017 - New York City, New York