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La Quinta Eco Hotel By Jabar Hoteles
Ranked #8 of 48 Urubamba B&B and Inns
Reviewed 28 July 2009

This hotel has to be the best in Urubamba. It's just a few minutes walk from the central Plaza de Armas and all of the main restaurants (and the bus station). It's a pretty hotel on spacious grounds that are well maintained. Has an indoor pool and a good restaurant. Rooms were clean and there was hot water and free wifi for laptops or you could use a public computer in the lobby.
Best of all was the service. The owner is a great guy. I stayed here a month while working on a service project in a nearby town and on a daily basis the owner would impress me with his knowledge and kindness (he speaks english, spanish and quechua). Anytime we asked for anything he have our answer and our needed service as if pulled out of a hat.
I really recommend this place. It's a special part of Urubamba.

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled on business
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Reviewed 15 July 2009

Perfect location for Machu Picchu, Cusco, Pisac, and other Sacred Valley locations. The hotel is comfortable and clean, and all the staff are friendly and helpful. The owner is committed to both the environment and the social progress of the Sacred Valley - water is heated by solar panels, for instance. Excellent food for meat-eaters and vegetarians alike.

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled on business
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Reviewed 12 July 2009

This hotel was AMAZING!!! worth every penny! It was SO easy to get to Machu Picchu, to Cusco, to all parts of the Sacred Valley from here, by bus, or by taxi, and the owner was the most accommodating person I have ever met. He and the other people who worked at the hotel were at our beck and call to arrange any type of excursion we were looking to do, small or large, local or farther away. They were so knowledgeable about everything.

The rooms and the hotel grounds are absolutely astounding!! Luxury at an affordable price! And not only luxury, but completely ecologically fit! Solar heated water, vegetables and food grown on the grounds, WONDERFUL amazing breakfasts every morning, with equally incredible lunches and dinners available by request.

I would recommend this hotel to every type of traveler. It was by far the best hotel for the best price that I have ever stayed in during my travels in Latin America.

  • Stayed: April 2009, travelled on business
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Reviewed 9 July 2009

Urubamba is a dusty road deep in a gully formed by the jagged but earthy Andes mountains. At the end of the road is a gate, and it opens to a little piece of paradise which we inhabited. The hotel is clearly gorgeous. Flowers, butterflies, clean and well kept, everyone smiling, with all the amenities you could want. But its so much more than that. The water is solar heated, the food here comes from the organic farm out back, and wow is it amazing. At breakfast there is fresh heavy coffee (from his farm) and hot milk (from his cows), there are plantains and local jams and fresh fruit juices and warm breads, all from his garden and trees and yeard. There is a garden filled with medicinal plants which he will gladly teach about an share. And all of this it is not for show, not for advertising purposes. It is because the owner, Edwin, is deeply in touch with the earth, with ancient Incan traditions and remedies, and with the people of the town. He can set up the most authentic of experiences, from hiking the nearby glacier in a social program which teaches orphans to be mountain guides for a livelihood, to eating local foods and experiencing the culture safely but very truthfully.

Senor Edwin, the hotel owner, is a man out of a fiction novel. Friendly, kind, with an easy smile, he is a family man, telling us about his five children from age 1.5yrs to 30yrs and introducing his wife proudly during lunch. But as we drove up to Lamay, the poor town in which we were doing medical work, the depth of his character was revealed. I had thought that he was from Lamay which explained his connection and willingness to donate his own money and time to the town, but he is not, he is from Cusco. In fact I found out that Lamay is not the only town he does this for. There are at least three or four others in which he sponsors lunches at schools to feed the children who walk miles into school, that he donates time and money to improve poor towns all over Peru, and why? He doesnt answer, he just smiles a little. Its because it makes him happy to give back. Because he is a generous spirit who hurts to see a hungry child. Because he knows he was blessed with small success in life and needs to spread it over his people. Edwin does this because its the right thing to do in and of itself, with no need to advertise it or use it for secondary gain. Incredible. In addition he, like many from Cusco, is deeply connected with his Incan roots, and he runs his hotel here with traditional values. He knows everyone in the area and treats each with dignity because he appreciates the Incan value of community. As mentioned before, he grows fruit trees and coca and coffee and maize on the property, all naturally with no pesticides, because of a deep connection with the earth and a respect for nature. As we drive through the countryside he shows me the rivers that come from the nearby glacier, their names and their routes to join the Amazon River. The water systems and city layouts, the history and the Incan stories, all of it he explains by memory. He is a man with a big heart that he wears on his sleeve.

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Stayed: May 2017, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 7 May 2017
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  • Stayed: April 2017, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile
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Additional Information about La Quinta Eco Hotel By Jabar Hoteles

Address: Arenales 105, Urubamba 08471, Peru (Formerly La Quinta Eco Hotel)
Region: Peru > Cusco Region > Sacred Valley > Urubamba
Amenities:
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Room Service Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
Ranked #8 of 48 B&Bs / Inns in Urubamba
Price Range: £50 - £108 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — La Quinta Eco Hotel By Jabar Hoteles 3*
Number of rooms: 20
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
La Quinta Eco Hotel Urubamba is one of those heavenly corners where peace and joy abound. Our breathtaking views, beautiful gardens, peaceful atmosphere and attentive staff make our guests feel happy and serene. We have a large pool, exercise room, hot tub, steam and sauna for fun and health. We also have a playground and small pool for children. We pride ourselves on being ecologically sensitive. Everything here is done with regard to the environment; using solar energy, serving all local foods, and growing our own organic produce. We cater to all dietary needs at our restaurant, and animal products are free-range and fed on all healthful organic feed. Your experience here will be both authentically Peruvian and completely enjoyable. We invite you to relax and enjoy a healthful rest, the EcoHotel is at your service. ... more   less 
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