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Our favorite 3 hotels in Sacred Valley, Peru




From top luxurious hotels to intimate boutique 'casitas', Peru's Sacred Valley has a variety of options for you to choose from? Check out this list of hotels, handpicked by our experts, in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. 


Budget Friendly Boutique: Sonesta Posadas Del Inca Yucay




The Hotel Sonesta Yucay is built on an old monastery of the XVIII century, at the foot of the mountain in a surprising natural enclave, just 5 minutes from the city of Urubamba and 30 minutes from the train station from Ollantaytambo and just as close to Pisac. At Sonesta you can enjoy a cozy and relaxing atmosphere without spending too much. With the appearance of an Andean village, surrounded by flowers and green areas, Sonesta Posadas del Inca Yucay provides you with an authentic experience that is characteristic of the region. Enjoy the magic of the Sacred Valley of the Incas, discover the halo of mystery that surrounds Machu Picchu and immerse yourself in the history of Cusco and Peru in one of the 88 rooms of this hotel. Enjoy your meals with a view on the Buffet Terrace, which looks out onto the scenery. There is also a beautiful chapel for ceremonies and weddings, events rooms, 2 amazing Peruvian style restaurants INKAFE, La Dispenza Trattoría, and even Coffee Shop Coffee to energize before a long day of touring.


Superior hotel: Sol Y Luna Hotel


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10 minutes from the picturesque town of Yucay, Sol y Luna Hotel is located in the Urubamba valley. More than a place for hosting tourists, Sol y Luna is a huge supporter of the community. Thanks to the generosity of guests, friends and benefactors, the hotel is able to help improve inclusion and equality for children’s education in the local areas. Residing in Sol y Luna, you are not merely enjoying the picturesque sceneries and its superb food, you are also contributing to the local community. The hotel offers 14 bungalows, each with private bathroom with hotel water all day, telephone and private terrace. There is a swimming pool, "Killa Wasi" restaurant and "Chicha Wasi" pub. Walking outdoor to the terrace, you will hear rain drumming the terracotta tile floors. The high ceiling living space features Peruvian textiles and some of our favorite Sacred Valley artifacts. Spanish colonial style furniture, a plump king size bed or two double beds made with goose feather duvets and top quality Peruvian pima cotton sheets, a spacious marble bathroom with deep soak bathtub... They also have a daily traditional horse show, for some authentic entertainment during one of your meals. 


Best Luxury Hotel: Belmond Rio Sagrado Hotel




Listening to the rushing Urubamba River, overlooking the tranquil Cusco city, falling asleep in the cascading moonlight… Belmond Rio Sagrado is our best choice for a stay at the Sacred Valley. You can feast on delicious cuisines in the hotel restaurant, enjoy a relaxing massage at the hotel spa, and even feed the hotel's baby alpacas. Belmond Rio Sagrado Hotel allows you to experience the most genuine Peruvian life with comfort and convenience. For a healthy dose of nature at any time of the day, you can choose from Deluxe Terrace Rooms and Garden Junior Suites, both with large private terraces. Each villa includes 3 large bedrooms and bathrooms, full kitchen, dining rooms. You can also enjoy time at the hotel swimming pools, gardens or the business center. The Belmond Rio Sagrado, perfectly encapsulates the relaxing and natural atmosphere, that is a way of life throughout the Sacred Valley. 


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