Magnificent! The service was perfect! My house was on the second floor with two bathrooms and a living room with fireplace. On arrival I found a fruit basket, a bottle of water to drink and a some chocolate on my pillow. Then I found out that this 'tile' of bitter Peruvian chocolate is one of the best in the world! Breakfast consists of organic products which are amazing! Super comfortable beds, down comforters, shower with good pressure (with thermal solar power). It had everything I needed to feel at home, with a TV and spectacular views of the starry sky at night. I managed to get a last minute ticket to to to Machu Pichu, I was really lucky. I would recommend this place without doubt.
This charming hotel is on the road (74 km) between Urubamba and Ollantaytambo. It has of several bungalows, surrounded by greenery and areas to rest. The staff is lovely, and always willing to help . There are heaters in the rooms, and large bathrooms with bathtub. Breakfast is served in the hotel restaurant, and is varied, with different juices, cereals, fruit, scrambled eggs, various pastries, coffee and teas among other things.
Sonesta Posadas del Inca Sacred Valley in Cusco is right near the Plaza de Armas. It has a fine restaurant and provides room service and also has a full business center with access to high speed Internet. The rooms come with plenty of amenities including a safe, cable TV, coffee maker, private bathroom with shower and tub.
The hotel was constructed in the year 2008 in Urubamba, a small but peaceful city between Cusco and Machu Picchu, from where tourists will feel comfortable in a 30 min ride by train to get from Cusco where there is a 4 hour trip to Waters Hot in orde to visit Machu Picchu, the world wonder. You will find lovely parks and places where people can walk, horseback ride or biking. Among other monuments there is the Huana Qapac Inca Palace. The hotel has a colonial structure with balconies and walls, with greenery, rocks and streams. There is a fantastic living room where you can watch movies, listen to music or just have a glass of Peruvian natural coffee. Restaurant.
In the tiny town of Santa Maria there are many places for tourists to stay. Most people get here by trekking to Machu Picchu nd in this case there are two places where you can stay. Both are simple but there is one that is better and is precisely where we stayed. Both places are a little bit outside. Ours was close to the end of the town and that made it very quiet. It had no name and is identified because it is next to one of the few bars in town. When you go inside the first thing you see is a lovely patio with views for all the rooms. In it there are many wooden benches and the bathroom which is very simple but very clean. The rooms are simple, can be double, triple or even quadruple. All they have are the beds, comfortable, and a small table. As you can see in it has no frills but it was all I could find in this small town. In addition, there is an advantage, which is that the owners are lovely and always try to help you. I recommend you visit the bar owners, which is right next to the property, because it has a beautiful courtyard which is very quiet because there is just noise. Moreover, the beers served at the pole, as they say there, ie frost.