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
Inkaterra in a unique hotel in Ãguas Calientes. It is well located within a wonderful forest and nature. Rooms are very spacious with nice ambience. Staff is extremely very friendly and the food is very very good. I do recommend this one!
SBiagini - SÃ£o Paulo, Brazil
The property is very much like a jungle oasis in the Andes. The vegetation is lush, with a large variety of plants and wildlife. You feel like you are outside the hustle and bustle of Aguascalientes, until you realize that the train track are right below. The staff is helpful and accommodating for sure. There is also the option to sign up for free nature walks with guides. The rooms are very rustic and adequate, but they aren't very comfortable. The bathroom is very basic, with fluorescent lighting. There is a fire place and candles in room, but interestingly no fire detectors. If you are not a heavy sleeper, you will be awoken by the trains that start running at 5:40 AM.
BBVeniceFL - Venice, Florida
This hotel is in a convenient location in Aguas Calientes in a beautiful setting - as we were there for only one night we didn't have time to fully explore the large grounds, but we enjoyed a walk through the forest on the morning we checked out. We sat and watched the hummingbirds feeding, and didn't notice the noise of nearby trains at all. I think there was lots more to see and enjoy in the gardens that we missed. Our room had a small open fire which we did light as it was cool on an autumn evening - it was a cosy end to the day. The bed was quite comfortable but you couldn't fully cover the windows so we woke up when it got light, and there was some noise from people walking past as the windows were single-glazed. We had dinner and breakfast included in the room rate so ate twice in the hotel restaurant, though as others have said, this was a somewhat shambolic experience. At dinner, several people tried to take our order, and while the food did arrive fairly quickly and was tasty, they brought the wrong dessert, and we had to send the bill back twice to be corrected before we could finally pay for what we'd actually received! It was all a bit fraught, though the waiters seemed to be trying hard and were polite. At breakfast, our table was not fully laid and no-one came to serve us, although waiting staff did serve some of the other tables nearby which they could access more easily. Unfortunately the dining room layout is a bit awkward with the buffet in one corner, so everyone has to loiter waiting to get to the food, making it feel even busier. The selection was fine though. In all, this is a convenient location for visiting Macchu Picchu and in a beautiful setting, but the restaurant service could be much better, especially when most people are on a dinner, bed & breakfast deal.
Bex11 - Bristol
We transferred from the Inkaterra, Hacienda in the Sacred Valley to our 1 night stay at this great hotel. The logistics of going up to Machu Picchu included leaving our large suitcases at the hotel in the Sacred valley and taking an overnight bag on the train and to this hotel. Our guide showed where deposited our overnight bags for the hotel to transfer them to the property while we walked to where the bus would take us up to Machu Picchu for our tour of the ruins. After a wonderful tour, we walked from the bus stop to the hotel. Our bags were waiting, check in was quick and we moved to our rooms for a nap. (MANY early mornings on this trip!!). Our room seemed like we were in a tree house. The property is spread out on a well forested side of a hill above the train track which brings everyone to the Machu Picchu Pueblo. Our room was large, had a very big bathroom with a nice shower and heated towels. Dinner was included with our room (also a Pisco Sour!) so we all had a nice dinner, including fireworks courtesy of the town celebrating the 10th anniversary of Machu Picchu being named one of the 7 wonders or the modern world. I left very early the next morning (4:45am) in order to be on top of the ruins for sunrise. (I wasn't going to go all that way and not experience sunrise at Machu Picchu!) Others in our group did not come up to the ruins and experienced a very good breakfast at the hotel while I was visiting MP for the second day. After coming down the hill and watching the anniversary celebration in the town square for a while, we had a nice Italian lunch, as we listened to the rest of the festivities from the restaurant near the square. We walked around town for a while, headed to the train station and right on cue, our overnight bags were delivered to the station by the hotel 1/2 hour before our train. That is service!! I wish I would have had one more night at the hotel to experience some more of the ambiance but even for our short stay, it was quite nice.
Bruin71 - Glendale
This property is pretty fantastic, but mostly due to the guides and tour offerings. LIKES -The guides. They were the best thing about this property. They were passionate and loved sharing their stories. We did a full Machu Picchu tour, as well as the bear and tea tours. All of them were outstanding. -The beds were very comfortable -Hot, hot showers. Much needed after a day out hiking around. -Room size. I like the amount of space we had -Quiet room. -The pool and hot tub is pretty fantastic. -The fact that they bring your bags to/from the train was also incredible. THINGS TO KNOW -The room offerings seems to vary greatly. I was actually a little unhappy with how dark our room was, and we were under a room of noisy people. However, I heard other folks complaining they were close to the train tracks and heard the trains in the middle of the night. Pick your poison. At least our room was peaceful. -I really dislike all inclusive food with hotels, but I will say the team here did a good job considering. It was certainly above average for that type of setup, and they seemed to care. -Breakfast was really good, lots of choices. -All beverages are extra. They aren't expensive, but FYI. In short, I would probably stay here again. However, I can only recommend the two nights if you want to do the full-day at Machu Picchu (Sun Gate, Inca Bridge, which I do recommend). If you just want to do the half day visit, you could get away with one night. I had a such a lovely time, but two nights here is a bit pricey, including the guides.
MattMarion - Seattle, Washington