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Pueblo Hotel

Machu Picchu, Peru

In Inkaterra’s vacation paradise and luxury boutique hotel is a pueblo of luxurious whitewashed bungalow nestles into terraced hills. An intimate 85-cottage luxury hotel in sprawling Andean style village within the secluded 5 hectares of exquisite beauty, where guests follow stone pathways to their rooms, located in comfortable one- or two-story whitewashed casitas. A royal Inca retreat is thoughtfully designed for the discerning traveler seeking a truly authentic encounter. Two adjoining guest suites, each with a terrace and pool, overlook a lush garden with private entrance. Each villa suite has an open wood-burning fireplace, plus sitting and dining areas. With tranquil views of the private garden, the expansive marble bathrooms offer indoor and open-air showers, a tub, and a separate commode area. Pueblo roofs of terra cotta tile are crafted by local artisans, peek from lush gardens, artfully landscaped for serenity and solitude.

Location

The hotel is located at Machu Picchu Pueblo, in 112 kilometers from the City of Cusco (4 hours by train).

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Superior room
Двухместный номер с завтраками, 25 кв. м.
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Двухместный номер с завтраками, 30 кв. м.
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Двухместный номер с завтраками, 42 кв. м.
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Recreation

Spa offers a unique concept that combines the classic nurturing with a mystical Andean approach. All products are 100% natural, derived from local botanical extracts, providing a pleasing spiritual, sensual and soothing experience. Inspired by a variety of saunas, Inkaterra Machu Picchu has created a unique Andean Sauna, where stones are heated in a candle-lit eucalyptus hut. The sauna is located next to the natural spring water pond.

Foot Therapy starts with a foot soak using a combination of salts with various plants and flowers. The exfoliation treatment is then applied removing the dead skin and re-hydrating the skin. This is followed by a relaxing foot massage. It is an excellent treatment after walking the Inca trail. The fragrances utilized are mint, eucalyptus, mountain lemon, orchids, natural fragrances, and a combination of local fresh plucked leaves and tree bark.

Guests can experience contemplative walks to sacred sites, or attempt a challenging Andean ascent. On the hotel grounds, nature trails wind past waterfalls and gardens; trained guides explain the fascinating cloud forest ecosystem. The world’s largest private collection of indigenous orchids is open to the public. According to the legend, a lovesick Inca princess Waqnaki’s sadness was transformed into colorful teardrop petals.

Earth Ceremony (Pachamama) is an ancient ancestral custom of indigenous Andean cultures.

The ceremony, led by a Shaman, is an offering of small amounts of native Andean cereals, grains and fruits together with coca leaf. The ceremony ends with the ritual burning of the offerings so that they can return from whence they came, rising into the sky while the remaining ashes are buried in the earth to complete the cycle.

Dining

Andean cuisine and architecture with a contemporary approach create innovative fusion-style fare, and casual sophistication under a traditional Amazonian thatched-palm roof. Both an experience and a destination, Cafe Inkaterra overlooks the Vilcanota River and the Urubamba River. With a decor based on regional crafts, it is the perfect place for guests to unwind away from the crowds, following a visit to the ancient Machu Picchu Citadel.

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