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Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel in Machu Picchu, Peru
Deep in the lush Andean cloud forest, Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel enjoys an exclusive location in Peru's Machu Picchu sanctuary. Its meandering pathways are lined with cozy whitewashed cottages constructed from local materials, creating the atmosphere of a charming village. Colorful regional crafts and authentic pre-Columbian artifacts bring the local culture and history to life, while the glass-walled main dining room and its adjacent terraces showcase the glorious landscape, including the rapid-flowing Urubamba River.
Miles of trails lace the grounds, wandering through gardens rich with a breathtaking array of 372 native orchid species, 172 bird species and 111 butterfly species. Upon request discover the mystical Andean approach that underscores treatments at UNU Spa, and search for treasures at the craft market in Machu Picchu village. For an experience you will remember all your life, take a private escorted visit to the Machu Picchu Citadel, where your guide will provide an account of the fascinating history and spellbinding mystery behind this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Location of Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
Nearest Airport: CUZ
Amenities for Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
- General Information
- 85 Guest Rooms
- Connecting/Adjoining Rooms
- Ecologically Sustainable Practices
- Outdoor Dining
- 2 Restaurants
- Room Service
- Afternoon Tea
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Laundry Service
- Gift Shop
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Nature Walks
- Children's Amenities
- Children's Menus
- Historic Sites
- Active & Adventure
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
This hotel in a beautiful jungle with walks and waterfalls is definitely one of the best hotels we've ever stayed in. Beside the river, with walks through the fern forest and eco-reserve, Inkaterra offers the retreat you need to reflect on the wonder of Machu Picchu. The rooms are so comfortable with fireplaces, easy chairs and such luxurious beds. The Dining Room offers excellent food - but do check the price of the wine before you buy it. Both breakfast and dinner were excellent for variety, Peruvian flavour and service. We would have been glad to take more time at this hotel. And it's within easy walking distance of the Station but you can barely hear the sound of the trains.
CanBrit1 - Sudbury,ON
The Inkaterra, Mach Pichu, is a beautiful property set in the jungle nearby the railway station in Aguas Calientes. Rooms were modern and comfortable with lots of light and ultra-modern bathrooms. Staff were very friendly and helpful; they transport your luggage to and from the train station upon arrival and departure. Dinner was exceptionally good although the wine list could be improved. Most disappointing was the advertised hot tubs which we were looking forward to relaxing in after our day at Machu Pichu. The hot tubs were not hot, in fact, barely tepid, and the traditional sauna we were told needed an hour to heat up for which there would be an extra charge. At a property like this catering to upscale travellers, the hot tubs and the sauna should be ready for guests at the end of a day of trekking. Power went out during a storm and there was one candle in the room and no apparent back-up generator.
Steven R - Toronto
We stayed here as part of our #mountainlodgesofPeru trip. MLP had fanstastic lodges, but this one was the cherry on top!!! Everything was perfect: the location, the rooms, the bar, food, and ambience! A must when visiting Machu Pichu.
catY3681YG - San Jose, California
My husband and I plus two friends spent 2 night here. A great place to stay if going to Macchu Picchu. This is located within easy distance to the train and buses that take you upto M.Picchu. The accommodation is cabins on hillside rain forest location. This is not the place for someone with a physical disability that makes climbing repeated steps difficult. Nor would it be good if you are a very light sleeper and would wake when the trains pass. It was one of those classically rainy times consequently we felt our beds felt damp when we went to bed. The staff had thoughtfully put hot water bottles in the beds however. We both requested to have our fires lit. Our fire went out after two attempts.-( not that surprising considering the incessant rain and the fact the wood was outside our cabin!) Our friends joined us for dinner to return to find that their room was full of smoke! They were immediately moved to an upgrade room and offered late check out. Their original room was left with its front door wide open even when we were leaving late the following day.. I suspect this is not an odd occurrence. The cabins were adequate size, had a heater , fairly basic shower room and toilet. The restaurant location is nice overlooking the gorge and railway line that runs beside the hotel. This hotel prides itself on its eco credentials. We found it surprising when we were offered bottle water from Italy when we asked for water..We subsequently questioned the staff when we saw other diners drinking local water from plastic bottles. Their response was 'but its the best'. It was also highly priced! Apart from that blip we had a couple of lovely dining experiences. Food was locally sourced, well cooked and presented. We undertook a nature walk in the grounds which initially we were told could not be given in English. We pointed out that we had notice large numbers of English speaking clients and surely occasionally tours should be offered in English. This they agreed to our guide was enthusiastic and very knowledgeable and we all thoroughly enjoyed our tour. Having stayed in the sister five star hotel in Cusco Inkanterra la casona this was a pleasant if not perfect stay. Two very different hotels but both enjoyable in different ways.
minakiDublin - Dublin,
Where do I start??? 1. The backdrop and scenery for the hotel is just breathtaking. Itâ€™s like youâ€™re in youâ€™re own world in the jungle. Greenery and plants everywhere. 2. Service was top notch. The front desk was amazing (upgraded us for free to a junior suite for my wifeâ€™s bday), bell men were excellent, housekeeping had our room clean every time we left and came back, and the restaurant staff was so socially interactive with us and remembered all of our favorite sauces, etc. 3. Hotel room. PERFECT. From the welcome gifts, insect repellent devices, outside scenery, bathroom and even fireplace, there wasnâ€™t much more you could ask for. 4. Spa was very relaxing, clean and perfect for after a long hike in the Andes. 5. Restaurant - the food was all inclusive for our stay and trust me when I say this, the food is EXCELLENT!!! 6. Location - short walk to the market, train station and bus station 7. Amenities were abundant, unfortunately we had a super short stay (1 night), but we couldâ€™ve enjoyed up to 5 free excursions from the hotel and more! One HUGE amenity that came in handy was that even though we checked out at 11am, they still allowed us to store our luggage and have it delivered straight to the train station since we had a morning excursion at Wayna Pichu!!!! Additionally, they also allowed us to shower at the spa and hangout in the lobby until it was time to head to the train station. This was a gigantic plus. THIS IS A MUST STAY HOTEL if ever visiting Machu Pichu!!!
ripat55 - Los Angeles, California