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May 20, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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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

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

Reviews for Titilaka

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

This place is a must go to! We enjoyed two nights here and they have everything you might wish for. Excellent food, great drinks, a wide variety of excursions, friendly staff and a great area to hang out in. It's located right at the lake, with a beautiful view. I wished we could have stayed longer :-)

dana_kleyn


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I only can recommend this wonderful hotel. Even if the way to this retreat is really really a challenge you will love the calmness and the excellent service. We enjoyed a very nice half day walking and hiking tour with spectacular views. Unfortunately we could not do the full day tour since we decided to rest a bit. Ask for the oxygen treatment! It is included and helps you to overcome potential attitude sickness. It is fun too. Overall we very much enjoyed every minute here. Best service available with lots of love for details!

Marcus N


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Stayed here for two nights and loved it! The excursions, Food and service were exceptional. Was a little scared because of the cost but it was worth it! Highly recommend the floating island and island of Taquile excursion.

mikeeg54 - Lake Worth, Florida


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This hotel is a little jewel. It is situated on its own right on Lake Titicaca with really fantastic views out over the lake. It is quite a trip to get to the hotel- (but I have to say I understand remarkably better than staying over near Puno – which looks like a tourist sprawl further up the lake). On approaching the hotel one could be forgiven for thinking that one was not in the right place- as the hotel is very unassuming and there is little to announce its presence- it looks like a modern house next to the lake. Clever deception because on entering it is very well designed, very spacious, very contemporary, very comfortable, well staffed and well appointed. Our rooms had ‘sunrise’ views over the lake- meaning that if one left the curtains open in our room then one woke with the rise of the sun- which we did as it seemed the right thing to do- ‘when in Rome’ so to speak. The rooms were well laid out- a huge bed and a partial open style bathroom. There was also a very comfortable chaise longue by the window. Where this hotel works exceptionally well was in the bar and restaurant areas as well. Both of which look out over the lake. With the Lake Titicaca altitude one has to watch the alcohol consumption – which is a shame as the bar and restaurant areas are great places to spend time enjoying the view- which we did. There was an open bar with pre dinner drinks and very good canapés and the restaurant menu was varied enough for the nights that we were there to keep us well differentiated and culinarily entertained. Good job. We went out on the hotel boat over to Taquile island (stopping by at the Uros ‘reed’ islands on the way for that ‘oh so’ ‘authentic’ tourist experience). Taquile island is really quite captivating even at the altitude that it is at. They laid on a very enjoyable upmarket picnic lunch for us. Since it was ‘low season’ we had the boat to ourselves there and back from the jetty at the hotel– which was even better. If you are going to Lake Titicaca then do consider staying at this hotel- we found it a most relaxing and eclectic break. Well worth it.

Andrew C - London, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We travelled to Hotel Titilaka as part of a broader Peru trip. It was an extra flight and an hour and a half ride to the hotel but it was worth the trip. The hotel sits on the banks of Lake Titilaka which is one of the larger inland lakes in the world and sits at an elevation of 12,500 feet. It is the only hotel in the area, which makes it uniquely, not touristy. This is a different trip than you will have ever been on. From the outside, the hotel is relatively stark and out of place for the area. It does not give you any representation of what you find inside. There you are greeted by a warm locally employed staff. The decor is subtle, beautiful and magnificent. The hotel has formed relationships with local artisans who have been weaving and knitting for several hundred years. It is contemporary, with wooden floors and a warm, minimalist feeling. The rooms all have great views of the Lake and have beds and comforters with the sheets you find at the finest hotels. While the physical plant is as good as it gets, the people working there are what make it special. The locals have a warmth and excitement which is clearly focused on making sure you love your time in their town. They possess an unselfish gentleness that is rare. So you are in a great hotel with a great staff in the middle of really, nowhere. Why is this fun? The gold is the day trips you take. The first was to see indigenous people living on floating islands that they have made out of reeds. You are actually taken to their islands and spend time with them. They have been living like this for over 500 years. I have never experienced anything like it. They take the time to show you how they live each day. They show you how they make the islands, their homes on the islands and the crafts they make for trade. We also visited an island called, Tequile. This island is an anachronism. It has roughly 2,000 inhabitants that have been living the same way for 500 years. You cannot live there unless you marry in. They don't pay taxes and have their own form of local government with annually elected royalty. You really get a sense of the way agrarian cultures have lived for the millennia all over the world. Weaving and knitting (which only the men do) is a cornerstone of their culture. Finally, we spent a day bike riding with a lunch on a cliff overlooking the lake. Riding a bike through the farmland is a way to really feel the countryside. The staff and great guides (Julio) were with us through each expedition. This will not be like any other trip you will ever take. It's not a no brainer to get there and the altitude takes a bit to get used to, but it's a trip worth taking.

Jim B


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