May 19, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Belmond Sanctuary Lodge in Machu Picchu, Peru
Machu Picchu is truly a must-see, must-experience destination. Steeped in history and located high in the Peruvian Andes, there is only one hotel located within walking distance of the ancient Inca citadel - Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge by Orient-Express. With just 29 rooms and a pair of suites, and the most spectacular mountain views, the lodge offers accommodations that feature classic appointments and modern amenities alike - from mini bars and cable television, to direct telephone access and bottled water. As wonderful as Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge is, it plays only a supporting role in its stunning surroundings. One of the world's most breathtaking sites, Machu Picchu is a sacred and magical place.
The lodge enchants its every guest, boasting interior gardens that flutter with colorful birds seeking out the abundance of native flora. A team of fine chefs work behind kitchen doors to create a menu of international and Andean specialties that are served in the inviting Tampu Restaurant Bar. For lunch enjoy a feast for all senses at Tinkuy Buffet Restaurant, or choose to dine in with all-day room service. Machu Picchu, better known as the Lost City of the Incas, uncovers an almost forgotten culture that has been preserved through its architecture and recovered relics. Blessed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you can hike to the ruins and time travel to a society that no longer exists. Walk 15 minutes to soak in natural thermal baths warmed by the layers of the earth, or explore the lush jungle and its many treasures. The perfect base to discover all that this destination offers, Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge is a superior and unforgettable experience.
Location of Belmond Sanctuary Lodge
Nearest Airport: CUZ
Amenities for Belmond Sanctuary Lodge
- General Information
- 31 Guest Rooms
- 19 Restaurants
- 4 Bars
- Culture & Arts
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Belmond Sanctuary Lodge
Stayed one night during our trip to macchu picchu. The hotel is truly beautiful. Nice rooms, drinks and everything included, wonderful meals. If you have time, do the Pisco tasting at the bar in the evening. The barkeeper is amazing! Staff was superfriendly and tried to satisfy us in every possible way. Would definitely come back!
Great buffet. Great service. Right at the entrance to Machu Picchu.Go to Machu first thing in the morning then take a midday break with a big meal at this buffet. Great variety with local fare as well as American/other specialties. From salads to main courses and desserts, all are covered.
Extensive lunch buffet a bit of a 'food court' feeling but still ... there were many dishes available to suit any taste. I highly recommend going into MP before, have a leisurely lunch (as far as possible) and then go back for an afternoon walk around MP.
La_Las_tres - Trinidad
I agree with what others have written. It is special to stay here for one night. The reasons are two-fold. First, after 3 or 4pm, most other tourists have left for the day, taking the bus back down to Aquas Clients. So my wife and I went back out at this time and were able to explore Machu Picchu almost by ourselves. It was magical. Also we went at 6:30am and saw the sunrise. Although it isn't seeing the sunrise but seeing the mist clear up and that was very special as well. It casts a very different light on Machu Picchu like the way the light changes in the Grand Canyon. And, the Peruvian food we found was outstanding. But not in their restaurant. My wife had Alpaca had a restaurant Cusco and it was wonderful. I had a taste. Here I didn't finish it.
Brian T - Merrick, New York
Machu Pichu is a dream and the moment we got off the bus that took us to top, the Sanctuary Lodge steps started. You cannot get a better location for the hotel and it is 50 m from the entrance. The rooms, though small, are wonderfully furnished and every small amenity taken care of. We were on full board. The food was wonderful with great service at lunch, dinner and breakfast. The dinner was Michelin standard, the breakfast was not only fresh but you had the choicest of options; we had a rushed lunch but were very well looked after. There was a session on pisco sour at the bar in the evening which was brilliant. The location is just wonderful. Machu Pichu has its own micro climate. As we were finishing our afternoon tour, the showers came down. The umbrella from the hotel was useful. However the luxury was being able to walk back to the hotel for a quick hot shower, change and get back in for a quick visit again. Especially around 4 pm most tourists are gone and you can have Machu Pichu just for yourself. Again early in the morning we went in at 6 am and after our walk to Intipunku we came back for breakfast at 9 am. Also once you get off the train, you can leave the luggage to be transported to the hotel. The same happens after you check out. This may feel expensive but it all adds up. I would strongly recommend.
paptan1 - London, United Kingdom