Travelled with family from Lima, Peru to Santiago, Chile via Bolivia for a month, mostly overland. Had to keep overall costs down but this was definitely the place to splurge. Macchu Picchu pueblo is a fairly tacky tourist village and most of the hotels nothing special and crammed in. Inkaterra is set apart in it´s own grounds in an area of cloud forest with marvellous birs, butterflies, orchids and it´s own bear sanctuary. Tranquil and luxurious. Rooms are bungalows scattered in the trees. In the dry season it is cold at night but staff will make up log fires in your bungalow on request. Food excellent Peruvian cuisine with good Chilean and Argentine wines. Main swimming pool small and cold but after hot spring pools above a refreshing relief. I would go again if given half a chance. Actually here in July 2011 not September but limited menu range. A great range of nature treks and walking. Sublime butterflies. Only downside (not really a downside) is railway line runs quite close so some noise.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 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. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Inkaterra Hotel Machu Picchu
- Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
- Machu Picchu Inkaterra Hotel
- Pueblo Hotel Machu Picchu