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Luxury Belmond Hotels in Peru



Belmond hotels offer comfort in the midst of adventure. Each of the Belmond hotels in Peru carry their own special charm that aligns with their location. Whether you're exploring the verdant beauty of Machu Picchu, the archaeological history of Cusco, or the bustling city life of Lima, you'll enjoy unwinding at the end of the day at these luxurious resorts.

Belmond Sanctuary Lodge Machu Picchu


If you're looking to explore Machu Picchu without the crowds, consider staying at this sanctuary lodge, the only hotel in Machu Picchu. Close and easy access to the ancient citadel allows you to explore in early mornings to late afternoons, when less visitors and buses are in the area. All rooms are ecologically-friendly with king-size beds, and beautiful views of the greenery can be seen from the Superior Terrace Rooms, Deluxe Rooms, and One-Bedroom Suites. Amenities include a lush garden where you can witness Peru's wildlife and birds, relaxing massages and aromatherapy treatments based on ancient Inca techniques, and guides and tours of the surrounding area. Since this is the only hotel in such a desirable location, it's best to book months in advance before rooms fill up.

Belmond Hotel Monasterio


One of the city of Cusco's cherished landmarks, this former monastery and national monument dating back to 1592 is a sight to behold -- no asceticism required. The hotel's claim to fame is its symmetrical courtyard of beautiful stone cloisters, which surround a stunning 300-year-old cedar tree. The luxurious Royal Suites offer a large private terrace to take in the sights, and rooms can be oxygen-enriched for optimal comfort. This hotel's magnificent architecture and decor will make you feel as if you have traveled back in time.

Luxury Train from Cusco to Machu Picchu

Bonus information -- if you're staying in Cusco and wish to visit Machu Picchu, the Hiram Bingam is Belmond's beautiful 1920s-style luxury train. 

Belmond Palacio Nazarenas


If you want a more modern vacation experience within Cusco, stay at the Palacio Nazarenas, where you can rejuvenate at the Hypnôze Spa, swim in a gorgeous outdoor pool and enjoy fine local cuisine and beverages. Each of this exclusive hotel's 55 suites can be enriched with oxygen or healing Andean aromas for your comfort at this high altitude. Additionally, each suite includes a private bar where you (or a private butler) can create specialty drinks flavored with fresh ingredients grown right in and around the hotel's property. The hotel's signature cuisine also includes these fresh Andean ingredients that are unique to the area.

Belmond Miraflores Park Hotel


Meaning "to watch flowers," the Miraflores Park Hotel is a peaceful oasis within the Peruvian capital of Lima. Each room overlooks the ocean! The hotel is nearby to many desirable attractions including museums where you can marvel at Inca gold and native antiquities, and many shopping areas, bars, and restaurants to enjoy. Bask in a sauna included in the Deluxe Junior Suite, or treat yourself to the breathtaking beauty of a private pool in a Presidential Pool Suite.

Belmond Rio Sagrado Hotel


The Rio Sagrado Hotel, as its name may suggest, is located along the banks of the flowing Urubamba River. The Rio Sagrado is located at a lower altitude than Cusco, making it an excellent location for those looking to visit Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley. Each room offers views of the beautiful Urubamba River, and the rooms are constructed of natural stones and wood to blend in to the tranquil nature that surrounds the resort. One unique way to relax that this hotel offers: you can feed the baby alpacas that live on the property!


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