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Our group stayed here for one night after a fantastic day exploring Machu Picchu. Some older members of the group struggled a little with the many steps and vast layout of the property despite having scaled the Inka citadel.
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We stayed here two nights as part of a trekking package. We were assigned a double bed room literally right next to the train tracks - train noise rumbled by until late evening. It's a clue you will encounter bugs as the hotel provides insect...More
What a little tropical paradise! Rooms are organized in little villas with streams fountains and forests in between. The rooms are charming - authentic decoration with first class quality. A fabulous place to stay when visiting macchu picchu
This one one of the last places my wife and I stayed on our 12 day Peru trip, and what a treat! This property is an amazing oasis. Beautiful grounds, excellent services, fantastic food and a world class staff. We had room 46, a junior...More
What a surprise when we arrived. A gorgeous hotel, beautiful grounds and great rooms. Our party of 6 loved it. We are all well traveled and this hotel did not disappoint. Our rooms were very comfortable, right on the river and opening the spacious windows...More
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US$431 - US$599 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#2 Spa Hotel in Aguas Calientes
#3 Romantic Hotel in Aguas Calientes
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I would go for using the spa - when I was wandering through the orchid walk I thought I saw some rooms that might have their own heated pools but maybe it was the spa - I would call the hotel. There are plenty of spaces to... More
I would go for using the spa - when I was wandering through the orchid walk I thought I saw some rooms that might have their own heated pools but maybe it was the spa - I would call the hotel. There are plenty of spaces to enjoy at this hotel. Each room I have stayed in has been spacious and cool - the spa beckons.
Not sure that the numbers matter, perhaps in the Superior rooms which are in the main building. Some have a patio that faces the walkway from the casitas. You may want to ask about that. We had casitas number 20 which was in... More
Not sure that the numbers matter, perhaps in the Superior rooms which are in the main building. Some have a patio that faces the walkway from the casitas. You may want to ask about that. We had casitas number 20 which was in the first row of casitas by the road and at the top of the walking path. It was very quiet.
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