Adventurer's Route to Machu Picchu | Hotels
With only 32 rooms, El Mercado weaves the best of colonial and contemporary architecture to provide a comfortable and centrally located base from which to explore Cusco. Formerly part of the old farmer’s market, El Mercado has been designed to incorporate some of the element of the market, both in its original decor, friendly casual atmosphere and innovative cuisine.
Situated at the edge of the quaint village of Lamay in the Sacred Valley, Lamay Lodge sits at an altitude of 9,650'. Blending traditional heritage with original contemporary design, local materials including hand-woven rugs create a welcoming atmosphere. A large garden is the center of activities and an excellent place to sit and read or take pictures. The large Jacuzzi is an ideal place to relax at the end of a long hiking day. Locally sourced ingredients are expertly combined into delicious and nourishing meals to fuel your activities.
Perched on a hillside, Huacahuasi Lodge offers a comfortable respite from your day's activities. Combining local architecture and modern decor, the lodge's open plan offers spectacular views of the the local community below. Guest rooms feature radiant heating and balconies with private Jacuzzis for soaking after a day of walking, as well as taking in the spectacular scenery.
K'uychi Rumi Lodge
Located just outside the town of Urubamba in the Sacred Valley, K'uychi Rumi is a series of seven distinctive lodge buildings, each professionally designed with local eco-friendly materials. Every lodge has two levels, two bedrooms, and two bathrooms, along with a spacious living room with fireplace, kitchenette, dining room, and balcony offering comfortable accommodations for up to six people. All accommodations include free wireless internet and 24-hour security. .
Machu Picchu Pueblo
Set on 12 acres of lush gardens along the river, Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel will be our base for exploration of the fabled site. Enjoy elegant accommodations, fine food, a traditional health spa and more.
When not enjoying the Incan citadel, explore the exotic hotel gardens, where 213 bird species and the largest native orchid collection has been recorded.