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Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel

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This enchanting Andean village hotel is located within 12.3 acres of pristine cloud forest. The spectacular grounds are laced with paths that wind past waterfalls and trails, and organic gardens that wander through the misty forest. A place to relax, while exploring nature and encountering the wonders of the Incan civilization, experiencing authentic travel.
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We stayed here one night after our hiking in Machu Picchu. Our room (casitas) were on the 2nd level of the hotel. There were lots of uneven stairs between the lounges/lobbies/restaurants and rooms. The walk to our room was nice in such peaceful environment. However, after the
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The most stunning hotel in the middle of the rainforest. We were upgraded to a suite with our own private garden and hot springs pool! Food was superb and restaurant set in the most glorious setting. Cannot think of enough superlatives to describe this place!
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As mentioned, this hotel is set in some beautiful gardens and has several casitas spread throughout the property. We had a lovely room with a nice patio and wood stove. It was overlooking the river, and the train tracks. Fortunately, the train traffic is not much at night, so
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This hotel is gorgeous, with lovely rooms set in the jungle. Stone paths and stairs lead to the various rooms/cabins. the restaurant -- which is a one of a kind, located literally between two railway lines so that the train whisks behind you during meals! -- was delicious. The
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Unfortunately we only stayed here for the one night whilst exploring the Machu Picchu site - but what a great hotel. We enjoyed adjoining rooms for our family of 5 that were more small houses than rooms - lounge area with fireplace, sitting area with rainforest views, large
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Cusco is where you need to climatize as the elevation is over 10,000 feet. Aguas Calientes is less than 7,000 feet. Two days is plenty. Keep in mind this resort has many steps uphill to your room, which will be a good walk. Stay hydrated and enjoy!
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I cannot say with certainty but we saw others with suitcases on the train. Our guide who met us at the station seemed slightly surprised we only had our small rucksacks with us ( we had read you could only bring small rucksack to machu picchu). He said he had planned to drop any suitcases off first at the hotel before going onto the mountain . Hope this helps.
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Greetings -- yes the nature tours at Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel are wonderful. But as nice as they are, there is no comparison between the hotel grounds and Machu Picchu -- one of the great wonders of the world. There are many places to explore at this iconic Inca site. probably a better idea to head up there on day one and then see if one full day is enough to satisfy your appetite. That way you can enjoy the fantastic hotel grounds on day two or have the option to return to MP. The nature tours generally last about an hour. But one is free to also wander on your own. Enjoy both experiences -- you will not forget either.
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We stayed in a junior suite with our own outdoor heated small pool the first night and then upgraded to the superior suite (best suite there) for the next two nights. The outdoor heated pool in the superior suite is 3 times bigger than the heated pool in the junior suite. There is also a soaking tub inside in the superior suite. The junior suite was fine though. It was only about $120 more for us to upgrade and that’s why we did it. Loved our stay at the inka terra. We just went in September 2017. We also did the private guided tour at Machu Picchu. Our guide was Carmen from the hotel and she was excellent!!! This was one of the best trips we have done so far! Enjoy!!!!
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Sorry for the delay in answering; I just got this message. There is a bus that takes you from downtown Pueblo (a short walk from the hotel) to the entrance of Machu Picchu. Alternatively, you can hike up, but would not recommend it.
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"Chose a secluded room at the end of the many paths"
"If you want stairs ask for high, if not, low."
"Try for a room with only a few steps"
"Our room was 28-- quiet and restful-- not sure about the others."
"The suites are fabulous"
US$429 - US$835 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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