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Sol y Luna - Relais & Chateaux
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Reviewed 19 December 2013

This is a walled hotel in what appears to be quite a poor area. The grounds are beautiful and there are spectacular views of the mountains. Hummingbirds feed from the flowers outside your room. Nothing much outside the hotel within walking distance.

Rooms are self-contained bungalows. Food is good (there is a cheaper alternative in the hotel grounds as the main restaurant is expensive). Short shows/demonstrations in the evening add a little local interest while you are eating.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 17 December 2013

This place is nothing short of amazing. Every detail of the resort from the carefully manicured grounds, to the bar, restaurant, spa and of course the rooms is well designed and maintained. The service is first class and I wouldn't stay anywhere else in Urabamba.

  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled with friends
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Thank akaJFo
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Reviewed 12 December 2013 via mobile

Beautiful exquisite restful gardens, full of birds including the uniqkue "giant" hummingbird.
Request one of newer larger casitas...magnificently decorated with peruvian art and lots of space.
Very good peruvian food and service, in heart of Sacred Valley

Stayed: November 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 2 December 2013

My family and I stayed at Sol y Luna during our recent journey through Peru. Our first experience with the resort was having lunch at Wayra and watching the Peruvian paso horse show - both of which were exceptional. Based on the quality of the show and deliciousness of the food, we had high hopes for our stay at the resort which unfortunately were not lived up to.

Our family had three casitas and two adjoined (and much larger) haciendas. The facilities in the smaller casitas is of a different and lower quality than those in the haciendas, particularly when it comes to the bathrooms. We all experienced ant problems in our room. I expect that this cannot be entirely avoided, however the problem was so severe we all awoke with ants on us in our beds. Flies - especially because of the proximity of stables to the rooms - were also a problem though minor.

The service at Sol y Luna leaves something to be desired. Throughout our stay we were told different things - room service was not available, that it was, that it was not but would be for us due to our having rented 5 rooms. It was all very confusing and shocking considering how much we were spending each night.

The food itself was decent and nothing more, with the biggest disappointment being that the amazing Peruvian BBQ available at the lunch at Wayra (reservations required) were not available outside of the lunch/show and that multiple members of our 5-person group were sickened during the course of our stay. The hotel assured us they used only filtered water to wash lettuces, etc. but four members of our party all came down with stomach bugs in varying degrees lasting for up to a week after the trip. While we cannot point the finger absolutely at Sol y Luna, we were sickened during our stay there and had all come to the Sacred Valley from various points in Peru and all came down with the illness after two days at the resort and had eaten nowhere else. It is possible but highly unlikely that we were sickened by anything else as we had already been on the grounds for more than 48 hours and eating the food there exclusively before we came down with symptoms. Highly unpleasant and disappointing during our otherwise wonderful journey through Peru.

The grounds are very beautiful, well-kept and enjoyable to walk around. The setting of the hotel in the Sacred Valley is also quite lovely. The pool is a disappointment as it is unheated and therefore unusable.

The hotel does offer activities which are expensive even by American standards. That said, we enjoyed those which we did book and would recommend them to visitors.

  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank brittadine
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Reviewed 1 December 2013

Hidden away behind the entry gate is a beautiful hotel and grounds built to european luxury standards on a former Spanish estate. Individual casitas contained large, comfortable rooms. Beds and baths were very ice. Beautifully landscaped grounds - felt like an upscale Hawaiian resort. Very nice restaurant and excellent service. We stayed there as part of a Lindblad/National Geographic tour of Peru. They obviously did their homework. Sol y Luna was an excellent choice.

Room Tip: I would recommend the casitas for more privacy (and possibly a larger room?)
  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Mmeyernos
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