Casa Andina Miraflores Centro 3*

A modern and ideally located hotel in the heart of Miraflores, with 58 contemporary, well-equipped rooms on 6 floors. Perfect for value-seeking travelers keen to be in the midst of Lima's greatest density of restaurants, shopping and nightlife.

While Miraflores is a traditional, residential neighborhood, it has also become the most fashionable, upscale district of Peru's cosmopolitan capital, renowned for its dynamic nightlife and gastronomic scene.

Kind of Room: Traditional

Hotel Antigua Miraflores 3*

Built in 1918 as the mansion of a wealthy Peruvian, bygone charm prevails at the Hotel Antigua Miraflores. Owner David Wroughton has done a superb job of restoring the old residence into a modern hotel without losing any of its old-fashioned enchantment. The place is filled with antique furnishings, wooden fixtures fashioned from Oregon pine, and modern Peruvian artwork, while the tiny central courtyard is a haven of tranquility. Guest rooms come with private bath, hot water, minibar, and cable television. Suites feature Jacuzzis and kitchenettes with microwave. The Antigua is within short walking distance of many good restaurants in this quiet Miraflores neighborhood.

Casa Andina Private Collection 5*

With its stylish contemporary design, cutting-edge technology and ideal location, the flagship Casa Andina Private Collection - Miraflores hotel is the top of its class in every aspect. Once the Miraflores César's, Lima's fondly remembered, original five-star hotel, this modern icon was dramatically transformed in 2008 into the capital's newest luxury hotel. Its quintessential Limeño flavor reverberates in the exquisite art collection of contemporary local artists and prized colonial-era antiques, in both public spaces and accommodations.

The 17-story hotel, with views over Miraflores and the Pacific coast, offers 148 sophisticated, contemporary luxury rooms and suites, with soundproofing and LCD flatscreen TVs in every room. First-class amenities include a heated, covered pool and breezy terrace, gymnasium with the latest exercise equipment, prestigious Joop salon & massage room, and a business centre.


Casa Andina Arequipa 3*

One of the best-equipped hotels in Arequipa, a large, contemporary construction of sillar (white volcanic stone), very well located and with a full complement of facilities and services to host both good-sized groups as well as business and independent travelers.

Though just a 6-block walk to the Plaza de Armas and Santa Catalina Convent, the hotel is in a safe and relaxed neighborhood removed from the bustle of Arequipa's busy bars and heaviest downtown traffic. With a 4th-floor terrace and clear views of El Misti volcano, it's perfect for enjoying Arequipa's ever-present sunshine.

Kind of room: Traditional

Casa Andina Private Collection 4*

Restored to its original grandeur, this storied sillar (white volcanic stone) colonial mansion is one of the finest hotels in Arequipa's historic center - and is as much living museum as it is hotel. Inhabiting the 1794 former Casa de la Moneda (Mint House) -- a National Historic Monument -- it is Arequipa's finest hotel and one of the most sumptuous hotels to stay in all of Peru.

Meticulously restored and remodeled in 2008 after more than a century of neglect, the hotel features high vaulted ceilings, 2 ample colonial courtyards, and an elegant gourmet restaurant. The lengthy restoration unearthed numerous surprises, including original frescoes, reliefs, and even a chapel long hidden from view. Five spectacularly large suites have unrivaled Republican-era flavor, yet the historic mansion has also been ingeniously adapted: a unique architectural skylight shields the main courtyard from Arequipa's intense sun, and 36 new rooms occupy a sleek modern adjunct structure off a second interior patio.

Brilliantly illuminated at night, the hotel is in the heart of Arequipa's historic quarter, just around the corner from the magnificent 16th-century Santa Catalina Convent and only 3 blocks from Arequipa Plaza de Armas.

Kind of room: Superior


Colca Lodge 3*

At an altitude of 3250m and 2.5 hours travel from the city of Arequipa, this hotel nestles on the banks of the River Colca. It is surrounded by hundreds of pre-Inca agricultural terraces, which have been declared a Peruvian cultural heritage, and is blessed with relaxing hot spring waters rich in lithium. It is a place with ancient energy, synchronized with nature and the starting point for exploring the valley and visiting the Colca Canyon, one of the world`s deepest ravines.

At Colca Lodge you will feel another dimension to relaxation at the hot springs Eco-spa where we offer you a steam room, Jacuzzis, and massage sessions with local therapists. The spa was conceived as eco-friendly, and makes use of geothermal energy without interfering with or polluting the natural environment. You will also feel the healing power of our open-air hot pools, each one with a different temperature. Taking a bath in the light from the stars is simply a magical experience. In addition to the sense of tranquility and harmony provided by the relaxing effect of the lithium, the landscape and the never-ending murmuring of the river complete an experience not to be forgotten.

At Colca Lodge we firmly believe that responsible tourism, that which seeks not only economic profitability but also to provide decent and sustainable employment opportunities for local people, is one of the most reliable ways of achieving integral development of the places around us. It is of primary importance at Colca Lodge to provide work for the largest possible number of people from the Colca Valley, especially our neighbours from Yanque and Ichupampa. The hotel employs local people in several operational areas such as the kitchens, security, gardens, administration and the spa. Likewise, continued support for various groups of people in those villages is also a priority for our organization. Every year, Colca Lodge organizes a Christmas celebration and chocolate party for the children of school age in the villages of Yanque and Ichupampa. Schools are also given support with some of their material necessities, and a helping hand is proffered to groups of water users organized in their traditional juntas.

Kind of room: Standard

Las Casitas del Colca 4*

Las Casitas del Colca is Peru's hidden gem, a collection of luxurious cottage villas with a fabulous spa, set in the peace and serenity of the remote Colca Canyon.

Nestled high in the Andes, this Orient-Express secluded retreat offers a rare opportunity to experience the traditional beauty of Peru. Spot condors high overhead, hike through the fields or visit the hotel's farm. Spend time in harmony with this lush valley's nature and local community, with complete freedom to do as much or as little as you wish.
Dotted throughout the property are twenty private and spacious Casitas offering supreme luxury and exclusivity. Each Casita features a luxurious bedroom, spacious lounge and large bathroom all complemented by underfloor heating, as well as featuring a private terrace and heated plunge pool.

The Colca Canyon is one of the most beautiful and unusual places in the world and we pride ourselves on making sure that you make the most out of your time with us. And because we are an all inclusive resort all of our activities are included in your stay.

We offer a range of organised excursions to help you enjoy all the Colca Canyon has to offer, with trips to see the rare Andean Condor in the Cruz del Condor, a meandering horse trek through the less accessible parts of the canyon or an excursion by bike to local beauty spots.

For those that want to relax and enjoy the area around the property we offer the opportunity to catch your dinner in our trout ponds, painting and photography equipment and a telescope to help you experience the majesty of the stars free of any light pollution.


Casa Andina Tikarani 3*

A medium-size, easygoing hotel with several relaxing public areas, including a fireplace lounge and courtyard. Close to Puno's restaurant and bar scene along the pedestrian-only Lima boulevard -- just a 5-minute walk -- but just far enough removed to make sure visitors get a good night's sleep. More spacious, with larger bedrooms and with more public areas, than Casa Andina's other downtown Puno Classic hotel.

Kind of room: Superior - Lake View

Casa Andina Private Collection 4*

Perched at water's edge and taking full advantage of its privileged location on the Puno area of Lake Titicaca, with extraordinary views 3,800m (12,500 ft) above sea level. A majority of the hotel's 46 rooms boast unparalleled lake views; the hotel's gourmet restaurant is enclosed by a glass wall framing the lake and gardens; and a large, sunny terrace invites guests to contemplate Lake Titicaca's seemingly endless expanse. Unique among Puno hotels, oxygen is available in all rooms (a bonus for guests having difficulty adapting to the high altitude).

Inviting rather than imposing, the hotel -- which has its own private train station stop, for guests coming from or traveling to Cusco -- is a reflection of its altiplano location. It is built with rustic local materials, including stone, wood and clay tiles, while stone fireplaces warm the lobby lounge and restaurant. With Lake Titicaca the premier draw, guests can set off to explore its unique islands -- the floating Uros, Taquile and Amantaní, as well as the remote ecolodge, a splendid getaway on private Isla Suasi -- right from the hotel's long private pier extending over the lake.

Kind of room: Superior


Homestay with a Local Family.

AMANTANI is an island on Lake Titicaca. Tourism started here some years ago led by the local people who have built up special mud houses for their guests. They have a common toilet and usually they are attached to the main house. The best room is always made available for the guests. The rooms are simple, clean and nice. Dinner will be together with the local people, followed by singing and dancing. The bathroom is shared and it does not have hot water.

As part of the activities on the Island we have visits to the ceremonial centres of Pachatata and Pachamama. In the evening your local hosts will organize a ¨peña¨ , a small "party", which is rustic and nice. There will be music and typical dances and the visitors are invited to participate if they wish. The locals will explain their traditional clothes and the clients can dress up in typical clothes and wear them for the evening. These people are proud of their traditions and are keen to share them with you. You will also learn about their way of life, their history, traditions and beliefs.

This is a unique experience where you really get close to the local community and you are welcomed by the people as your hosts, you gain a fascinating insight into their lives and your visit will benefit the community.


Hotel Monasterio 5*

High in the Andes, at 3000 metres above sea level, lies the historic city of Cuzco, famed for its unique blend of Spanish and Inca cultures.
Right beside the lively central square is Hotel Monasterio, a former monastery and national monument dating from 1592. This delightful Orient-Express urban retreat retains its centuries-old charm and ambience -- especially within its cloistered courtyards and baroque chapel richly decorated in gold. The ideal base from which to discover the delights of Cuzco, its doors open to a vibrant scene of old and modern architecture, markets, galleries and restaurants serving 'new Andean' cuisine.

The Monastery was originally built in 1595 on the site of the palace of Inca Amaru Qhala. In 1598, it was founded as the Seminary of San Antonio Abad by the sixth Bishop of Cuzco, Monsignor Antonio de la Raya, to train Catholic priests. The building was seriously damaged by the earthquake in 1650, and upon restoration the beautiful Chapel was added. It is decorated in the indigenous Baroque style with gold-plated pictures frames and truly magnificent paintings by the best artists of the Cusquenian Art School, depicting scenes from the life of San Antonio Abad.

In 1692, by papal edict from Pope Innocent II and the Royal letters Patent issued by King Charles II, the seminary became a Royal Pontifical University. However in 1816, a royal decree from the King of Spain rescinded this authority and the institute reverted back to being a seminary until, May 30, 1965 when the building was remodelled into a hotel.
The Hotel remains a national historical landmark, protected by the INC (National Institute of Culture) and has retained its characteristics and charm. It is a splendid model of the colonial Renaissance style, consisting of three sections in different levels. The heart of the Hotel is the central courtyard with its soft fountain and 300-year old Cedar tree surrounded by gardens and the famous stone cloisters. The stones around the huge wooden entrance doors looking on to the Plazoleta Nazarenas still bear the Spanish Arms Escutcheon and the image of Bishop Monsignor Juan Serricolea y Olea.

Casona de Inkaterra 5*

A colonial manor house - perhaps the first Spanish construction in Cusco. Centrally located on an Incan settlement near Cusco's present-day main square, later occupied by the conquistadores of Peru and their descendants. Eleven suites surround a sumptuous courtyard, where the patina of time is tastefully preserved. Contemporary amenities create the ambience of comfort and exclusivity enjoyed by residents in centuries past.

Kind of room: Superior

Casa Andina Classic San Blas 3*

The hotel is a sprawling colonial building built around a sunny colonial stone courtyard, peacefully removed from Cusco's fast pace - like a sophisticated country hotel in the city. Rooms offer superb distant views of Cusco's tiled rooftops and surrounding mountains or of the handsome arcaded interior courtyard, central fountain, and ample terrace. Tucked away in the heart of the city's most atmospheric neighborhood, San Blas, the hotel has 4 wood-burning chimneys, a rustic restaurant and bar, and delightful sitting areas climbing a tower. The hotel is perfect for visitors looking for a relaxed, spacious option, and ideal for families.

Kind of room: Traditional

Casa Andina Private Collection 4*

A beautifully renovated 18th-century manor house, just 3 blocks from Cusco's Plaza de Armas, replete with authentic colonial character. It offers the intimacy of a boutique hotel but the comforts and services of a much larger property.

The hotel is distinguished by its 3 interior patios with wooden balconies. The principal patio, featuring a gurgling stone fountain, is one of Cusco's emblematic colonial courtyards. In the hotel's cozy lounge and reading room is a massive stone fireplace that's always crackling, while the romantic gourmet restaurant invites guests to dine by candlelight in one of 4 connected salons richly decorated with 18th-century Cusco School paintings. Several rooms in the original structure of the hotel feature surviving colonial frescoes unearthed during renovation.

Kind of room: Superior


Homestay with a Local Family.

Patamba is a village high above the Sacred Valley of the Incas. From here you have a panoramic view over the valley, which is very beautiful. The accommodation is in the local houses, which are very rustic, but offer an authentic experience of life in the valley. The local family will welcome you warmly and host your stay to proudly show you their lifestyle.

The local people are used to foreigner visitors that participate in different community projects and help them improve their way of life. Recently the community has been reviving the old traditions of textile production from wool and natural dyes. They have also set up an association so that skills can be passed on to future generations. So there will be quite a few things to have a look at and try if you wish. You will then have dinner with the local people, most likely consisting of soup, meat, vegetables, rice and of course coca tea. After dinner you will sing and dance with your local hosts.

This is a unique experience where you really get close to the local community and you are welcomed by the people as your hosts, you gain a fascinating insight into their lives and your visit will benefit the community.


Sonesta Posada Yucay 3* - Sacred Valley

The 87-room Sonesta Posadas del Inca Yucay is located in the heart of the Sacred Valley of the Incas, a one-hour drive from the ancient Inca capital of Cusco and close to Machu Picchu. The Sonesta Yucay Posada is a former 18th century colonial-style monastery and is surrounded by beautiful gardens.

The Sacred Valley produces an idyllic year-round climate of moderate warm weather with abundant sunshine and fresh air. The area is a perfect setting for horseback riding, hiking, rafting and other activities. Near the Sonesta Posada are the craft markets of Pisac and Chincheros, the Salt Mines of Maras, the town of Moray, Ollantaytambo ruins and Machu Picchu.

Kind of room: Standard

Casa Andina Private Collection 4* Sacred Valley

The Sacred Valley's most complete hotel: a mountain chalet-styled retreat with panoramic Andes views from every room. On more than 8 landscaped acres, it breathes an air of tranquility and relaxation. Unique among Sacred Valley hotels it contains a full-service "Sacred Spa", a domed Planetarium & Observatory for stargazing in the massive Southern Hemisphere sky, and gourmet restaurant and bar. The 85 inviting, spacious rooms overlook the property's extensive gardens and feature either private balconies or sunny sitting areas.

Kind of room: Superior


El Mapi 3*

Smart and contemporary are the defining elements of this hotel, amidst the commercial village of Machu Picchu Pueblo (Aguas Calientes), from where you can admire and interact with the quaint folksy town and get a different perspective. The hotel is efficient and people friendly; it welcomes a wide range of guests expecting an uncomplicated visit.

Turn into an amiable and healthy environment after your enlightening visit to Peru's most distinguished destination, the Machu Picchu Archaeological site.

Kind of room: Standard

Machu Picchu Pueblo Inkaterra 4*

An intimate 85-cottage luxury hotel in sprawling Andean style village within the secluded 12 acres of exquisite beauty, where guests follow stone pathways to their rooms, located in comfortable one- or two-story whitewashed casitas. Pueblo roofs of terra cotta tile, crafted by local artisans, peek from lush gardens, artfully landscaped for serenity and solitude.

Every hotel casita offers a privileged space for retreat and repose at the foot of Machu Picchu, with thick alpaca blankets & handmade wool coverlets, crackling fireplaces, comfortable spaces for sitting and dining, spa-style bathrooms, and an authentic Andean ambience of barefoot luxury.

Accommodations and reservations range from the opulent Villas Inkaterra, with private terraces and plunge pools, plus round-the-clock butler service; to more intimate lodges that provide a perfect sanctuary for simple relaxation.

Kind of Room: Superior


To Note:

While we cannot guarantee a specific accommodation at the time of request, we will confirm the accommodation that we have been able to secure for you when we confirm your booking. We do guarantee that all of the accommodations we use will be the same as or will be similar to the ones displayed on this website.

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