Hotel Guide

Hotels in Peru

Tambo del Inka Resort and Spa

Avenida Ferrocarril S/N
Sacred Valley, Peru,
51 (84) 581 777
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Deep in the Sacred Valley, only 10 minutes away from Urubamba’s town center, lies Tambo del Inka Resort and Spa. The LEED certified resort is at once modern and rustic with its stone walls, cozy fireplaces, and Incan textiles. Its numerous facilities include two heated swimming pools, a fitness center, a bar, and a restaurant that serves the quintessential Peruvian culinary experience. The spa offers therapeutic treatments and sweeping views of the Andes. 


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Palacio del Inka

Plazoleta Santo Domingo, 259
Cusco, Peru,
51 (17) 127 000
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In the historic core of the ancient Incan capital city of Cusco, is Palacio del Inka. Converted from a fabled 500-year-old mansion, this luxury hotel is situated across from an important Incan temple, near the city square, and close to many cultural attractions and restaurants. Inside, Palacio del Inka Spa offers indigenous treatments and a therapeutic indoor pool, and the restaurant, Ravmi, serves authentic Peruvian dishes. Guest rooms combine all the color of Peruvian art and crafts with all the modern comforts and amenities.    


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The Westin Lima Hotel

Calle Las Begonias 450
Lima 27, Peru,
51 (12) 015 000
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The 30-floor glass tower that is the Westin Lima Hotel, soars above the city. The airy lobby, with its aluminum walls, boasts a collection of art, and the hotel comes complete with a fitness room and a spa. The pool is a highlight—a serene oasis in the middle of a bustling metropolis. The large, comfortable rooms offer views of Lima and the ocean and islands in the distance. The Westin contains a cozy pub, a trendy lounge, and two restaurants, including Chef Rafael Piqueras’s Maras. Dine on his cuisine, influenced by the multicultural history of Peru, out on the terrace or at the intimate chef’s table.   


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