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Titilaka in Puno, Peru

Located on its very own private peninsula with four acres of grounds, in what the ancient Incas believed to be the birthplace of the universe, find yourself at one with nature - a retreat that is opulent yet relaxed, elegant yet simple, with contemporary design, indigenous accents and colors selected to complement nature's essential elements. The all-inclusive Titilaka boutique hotel, owned by luxury tour operator Andean Experience, celebrates the timeless spirit of Lake Titicaca, surrounded by intensely blue sky and water, high in the mountains of Peru. With every moment thoughtfully catered to by an experienced concierge, guests of Titilaka experience an itinerary uniquely suited to their preferences. Enjoy blissful massages, treks into nature, relaxation and renewal - all in a sacred place of timeless spirit.

At Titilaka, prepare to be overwhelmed and expect to be completely at peace. Your experience begins at the airport as you are welcomed by a guide and a driver, and travel by Land Rover across the amazing altiplano to a picturesque wharf. Cruise to Titilaka's secluded peninsula where 18 luxurious yet casual suites await with lake views and plush feather beds, and find sumptuous spa bathrooms with soaking tubs in the Dawn, Dusk and Corner suites. Titilaka's wraparound terraces connect you with the surrounding environment. Activities range from the contemplative to adventuresome, including mountain biking, excursions to colonial villages and kayak explorations. At dusk, pause for a cocktail and then indulge in a massage followed by blissful rest. Consider drinks on Titilaka's waterfront terrace, watching the idyllic sunset give way to a velvet-black tapestry sprinkled with endless brilliant stars. Find harmony and peace on the shores of a mystical lake in Peru.

Location of Titilaka

Tililaca Peninsula
Puno, Peru

Nearest Airport: CUZ

Amenities for Titilaka

  • General Information
  • 18 Guest Rooms
  • Ecologically Sustainable Practices
  • Dining
  • Bar
  • Room Service
  • Dining Room
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Media Room
  • Laundry Service
  • Terrace
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Boutique
  • Lounge
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • iPod Docks
  • Luxury Linens
  • Heated Floors
  • Activities
  • Cultural Classes
  • Educational Programs
  • Excursions
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Mountain Biking
  • Ecological Excursions
  • Nature Walks
  • Boat Excursions
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Bird Watching
  • Family
  • Children's Programs
  • Babysitting
  • Nearby
  • Beaches
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • Culture & Arts

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We hesitated a bit about booking into Titilaka, for the place doesn't look particularly impressive in photos. Indeed, one arrives to discover a hotel on a very small footprint of property. But none of this mattered. The interiors and rooms are beautifully appointed. And the lake in effect is the grounds. The hotel is located on a small spit of land that extends right into it. All rooms have a lake view. Big picture windows in the public rooms keep the lake in view at all time. The staff is as attentive as any we have encountered. The food is very good, with some dishes proving excellent.

GuillermoAngel - Washington DC, District of Columbia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

From the outside the hotel does not look so special. Sure , well integrated in the natural environment, nice architecture but not mind blowing. But wait till you get in, every step you make makes the place more beautiful and unique. The views on the lake , the charming furniture and above all the kindness of the staf. Everybody seems to be concerned with you, the guides, the waiters , miss Reyes,all of them are are top professionals and top kind. All of them are great and constantly paying attention to the guests. let it be in checking your oxygen levels or your general welfare. Wth the smallest fatigue an oxygen bottle is provide and they make you 21 again. the tours are great. And yes the restaurant , what a nice place. The food , breakfast , lunch and dinner (all included in the price) are top cuisine. The ceviche is great, the whole menu is fantastic . Try the Pizza, probably one of the best I have ever eaten and will ever eat. Congratulations to the hotel and its wonderful staf. It is pricy yes but is is worth it and your souvenirs reman longer than a fistful of dollars.

dirk b - Damme, Belgium

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

IMO this is the only place to stay in Lake Titicacca. Initially it may seem expensive but for all the services and quality you receive I think it's a deal. It starts the minute you land in Juliaca at the airport. We were greeted and relieved of our luggage and escorted to a comfortable van with pillows and blankets. After being refreshed with cold cloths, our oxygen levels were checked. Our grown children were fine but my husband and I were a little low so we were promptly given oxygen. As we had scheduled a stop at the market in Puno they had also brought delicious box lunches. There was also Powerade and water. We made a short stop at the market for cheap trinkets and then continued on. It's a long trip but when you get there and see the incredible beauty of the hotel location you know it was worth it. It seemed like every staff member went out of their way to accommodate us and exceed our expectations. The dawn rooms with their extensive views over the water were gorgeous. They are a little tight but you have all you could need or want including a fully stocked minifrig. Our room also had a free standing soaking tub. Don't hesitate to order the bath butler. A staff member will come and run a bath for you and add bath salts, bubble bath, candles and flower petals. Yes it's an indulgence but oh so nice and relaxing. There are countless places to sit and relax with beautiful views everywhere. They will check you oxygen levels at the drop of a hat so don't hesitate to take advantage if you feel the least bit ill. It really does help. Food offerings abound from breakfast to tea time, lunch,to cocktail hour and dinner. There is always tea available too. The menu had quite a lot of choices and everything we tried was high quality and delicious from simple chicken broths to elaborate entrees. Our daughter became ill with a stomach ailment and everyone was concerned and quick to bring her anything she desired. As she put it, if you had to feel ill, lying on a day bed looking out your window to beautiful scenery was the way to do it. Excursions to the islands were a once in the lifetime experience with a wonderful white linen tablecloth lunch at the top of the hill on the island. Guides were excellent. We also enjoyed rowing through the reeds, bicycling and a trip to the funeral towers that weren't too far away. We were even given a late checkout as our plane did not leave until late the second night. I would return here in a minute. I feel I haven't done it justice in this review from the incredible natural beauty to friendly kind staff and great food. It was worth every penny. Go!

rapjkp - mobile, alabama

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We loved how this building fit into the landscape. They employ and support the local community. The setting on the lake is lovely. In our room we felt as if we were floating on the water. The room was well-appointed and comfortable. The staff was friendly and always helpful. The excursions were great. We did the islands and the bike ride with picnic. The food was good. The bar drinks were too sweet. I had hesitated to visit the area, but I am so glad we did, as I learned a lot. I can see how it would be less than charming to stay elsewhere however. I recommend it highly.

1800Herman - Seattle, Washington

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Having driven through the outskirts of Puno, we were relived to know we were a further hours drive along the lakeside and when we arrived at Titilaka there was no question that this was the place to stay. The views that greet you from the hotel lounge and bar are just fantastic, rocky outcrops, Bolivian mountains in the distance, islands and reeds all create the most beautiful backdrop. One of the best loacatiins we have ever seen. The hotel is lovely, the public rooms are boutique chic, with the lake views taking centre stage, the bedrooms well appointed and the housekeeping was excellent. The staff are very friendly and willing to make every experience a good one. The food was good but not exceptional and service in the restaurant and bar was "variable". We very much enjoyed the trip to the floating islands and also the lunch with a local family, which may sound touristy but was quite the opposite as it is a relatively new initiative by the government so it truly is a breakthrough experience which we found fascinating, the local people were very welcoming and we had some of the best homemade soup we have ever tasted. Considering the room rate and the accolades, the hotel in places is looking a bit tired and in need of some redecoration , at the altitude and observing a number of guests taking oxygen , a lift would be a great addition to the hotel, we were acclimatised and fit but the 4 ( relatively short) flights of stairs to the second floor bedroom was a challenge. If you are going to Titikaka, and as for many it's a once in a lifeltime experience , then this is the place to stay.

smith025 - Cheltenham, England

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