The mythical lost city of the Incas, Machu Picchu lay hidden for centuries high in the lush forests of the Peruvian Andes. Today it has been declared one of the World's 7 Wonders, and now visitors have a decidedly civilized option for intrepid exploration to this stunning archeological wonder and UNESCO Natural, Cultural and Worldwide Heritage of Humanity. The Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel opened in 2007 with Incan grandeur and incomparable comfort, welcoming guests into a landscape that is as mysterious as it is filled with the echoes of ancient cultures. Beyond privileged access to one of the world's most famous and hard to reach ruins, the Sumaq Hotel offers exquisite comfort, warm service, delectable Peruvian cuisine and a spa that brings together relaxation treatments from around the world - all to help add your story to this ancient city of myths.
Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel sits in a natural landscape surrounded by lush forests and steep hillsides, and seems as hidden as Machu Picchu itself. With sixty luxurious rooms, decorated with Incan style and modern comfort in mind, guests are privy to stunning views and tranquil spaces. The hotel can arrange for tours of the archeological ruins, including transportation and onsite guides, making your exploration about true discovery, rather than trekking alone. Once back from the Incan trail, seek refuge at the Aqlla Spa, where a combination of modern luxury and ancient Inca techniques are dedicated to the body and the mind. Then dine overlooking the Urubamba River from the terrace at Qunuq Restaurant, where fine international dishes, Peruvian fusion cuisine and regional dishes are served.