A luxury lodge and spa surrounded by the history and beauty of Peru’s Sacred Valley
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Activity adventure | History & culture | Mountains | Natural world
Hotel Sol y Luna is located in the district of Urubamba, around an hour from the city of Cusco and surrounded by the beautiful Andean landscapes of the Sacred Valley, close to some of the country's most important and impressive archaeological sites including Moray, Pisac, Ollantaytambo and Machu Picchu.
The accommodation at Sol y Luna consists of a collection of Premium, Deluxe and Superior Bungalows, each offering a mixture of light and space and furnished in a style to reflect the history and culture of the region with works by local artists. Outdoor terraces showcase views of the surrounding mountains and gardens. Premium Bungalows have the added benefit of a private outdoor jacuzzi tub along with a walk-in closet, flat-screen television, under-floor heating and two wood-burning stoves.
The Hotel Sol y Luna's wonderful Killa Wasi Restaurant serves a world-class menu of seasonal dishes, inspired by the fresh produce found in and around the Sacred Valley. In-house chef Nacho Selis has come up with a diverse selection of dishes based on the best traditional flavours and cooking styles of the Peruvian Andes.
Yacu Wasi – the house of water – is the hotel's spa, a place of pure relaxation and indulgence offering treatments, spa packages, sauna, gym, yoga and Tai Chi. There's also a new heated outdoor pool, spacious open air lounge and terrace to enjoy. Sol y Luna's magnificent gardens are well worth a mention too, offering a rich habitat, especially for local birdlife, with 35 registered species making their home here. Discover the highlights of the Sacred Valley and beyond, with a wealth of cultural and adventure tours including kayaking, mountain biking, hiking, paragliding and cultural tours of the surrounding valley, its communities and myriad of historical sites.
Stay here on these holidays
Take in the unique history of Peru's archaeological treasures before flying out across the Pacific for a four-night cruise exploring the wildlife-rich islands of Ecuador's Galápagos.
Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca, highlights of any visit to Peru, are linked by rail via Cusco along some of the world's highest and most scenic tracks.
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