October 10, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
The rooms were large and comfortable. Service was excellent. The location being a short walk to the buses to go up to Macchu Pichu was perfect. Highly recommended. Also, two restaurants are both excellent.
we stayed on this hotel 2 nights.lovely spot and near the train station , near the bus station . lovely staff, very helpfull. Breakfast wide variety of dishes,Dinner food was okey but nothing to write home about. rooms are comfartable , log burning fires and hot water bottles provided if require. Old fashion key bit difficult to use
We were not disappointed in the wonderful gardens on site at Inkatera and the great help Jonathan was in getting us around the property. Food was excellant and staff overall were very helpful. Room was a suite, in which the constant train traffic until late in the night, kept us light sleepers awake. Also at 5 AM the security check with walkie talkies blaring did not help. Lastly we paid for a late check out with the idea of taking a shower before boarding the train back to Cusco but the hotel ran out of hot water.
Michael O - Blairsville, Georgia
We stayed at Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel for two nights of our honeymoon. When we got there, we had just left the Inkaterra Hacienda Urumbamba, which was amazing, so we definitely had high expectations for this hotel chain. This hotel did not disappoint. The room was very nice (even though we were on the back of a building that did not have a great view), the dining room was great, and the food was really excellent. The grounds were gorgeous and we wish we would have had time to go on the bird watching tour (though we did see some gorgeous birds while we were wandering around on our own). The entrance is particularly stunning, as you walk in off the bustling street of Aguas Calientas to hear birds and flowing water (there are waterfalls all down the walkways). The best word to describe it is probably "serene." The staff was excellent and very accommodating. My only complaint was that it was much larger than the other Inkaterra hotel we stayed in (many more rooms), so we didn't feel as though the treatment was quite as personal and our room was much smaller. Also - be very aware of mosquitoes! The hotel provides this wonderful homemade mosquito repellent, which was great, but be sure to use it! We did not the first night and we were eaten alive! **also, unrelated to the hotel, but if you are traveling to Machu Picchu for the first time and looking for a hotel, note that all of the hotels at Machu Picchu (save one) are in the town of Aguas Calientes. So in order to get from the town to Machu Picchu, you need to take a bus (or walk up a couple thousand feet). The bus is very efficient, but the wait is still often between 1-2 hours (both going up to Machu Picchu and returning to the hotels), so plan accordingly.
Karen B - San Francisco, California
My family and I (wife and 2 daughters - ages 7 and 5) stayed here for 3 nights. We stayed in Casita #50 which had two levels, a large family bathroom, a beautiful fireplace, and amazing views of the Andes from the large windows on the second floor. The food at the Inkaterra restaurant was exceptional. All staff were professional, courteous, and really went out of their way to make our stay a unique and once in a lifetime experience. We did four excursions through the hotel, the tea making experience, the day we arrived, a 4 hour privately guided tour of Machu Picchu on our second day, a Scavenger Hunt filled with rare orchids, a cock of the rock sighting, a water fall, and even sacred rock paintings, and on our last morning we did the Andean Bears experience and met Kina and Pepe. This hotel perfectly balances luxury and eco tourism and is worth every penny. I highly recommend Wilfredo, as he was our guide for Machu Picchu and our Scavenger Hunt and made this experience something my children will remember for a lifetime. We also had a great experience with Miguel Angel who was our Guide through the tea making excursion and the Andean Bear experience. Although there are cheaper places and most people only take 1-2 day trips to Machu Picchu, being there for 3 nights and 4 days allowed us to explore at a more leisurely pace and truly enjoy the majesty of the Andes, it's people, and it's culture.
1CyrusP - Washington DC, District of Columbia