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Peru is ancient yet vibrant. While some of its treasures have famously been hidden in lush, dense jungles for thousands of years, some of them have been lived in, or danced through, or carried through crowded plazas as part of colourful pageants. Ancient traditions and mythical beliefs are kept alive here in exciting festivals, and there’s much merging of mythology, with ancient deities and Incan rulers becoming Christian saints. There’s also plenty of merging when it comes to cuisine and hospitality, and the best places to stay in Peru blend old and new to oft elegant ends.

For the food is really something. Borrowing from their own traditions, from the Spanish colonisers and the Africans brought here, fusion food has been the norm here long before it became ‘a thing’.

The landscape is really something too. Peru has the Amazon, Lake Titicaca, a selection of volcanoes, coastlines buffeted by the Pacific, and forced into dramatic cliff shapes and sand dunes. There are grand canyons, impressive mountains and lush jungles which could hide anything. Even an ancient lost city…

The challenge of Peru is planning your itinerary. But we’re here to help with our recommendations for the best places to stay in Peru.

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Lima is a graceful colonial city turned sophisticated, built atop a pre-Colombian city. So there are colonial buildings right beside ancient temples and modern cafes and bars, and all sandwiched in between crumbling cliffs above the Pacific Ocean and a collection of pretty towns in the foothills of the Andes. Lima as a city dates from around 1535, but its satellite offshoots are like expanding islands of modernity. When you read ‘Lima’ its impressive museums might come to mind, or the growing reputation of its culinary circles, or its religious processions? or even its latin rhythms and party scene.

Cusco - or Cuzco or Qosq’o - is the cosmopolitan once-capital of the Incan Empire. And, as well as being arguably one of the most fascinating cities on the continent, is also the closest city to Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley. The beautifully preserved colonial architecture, and the way it’s arranged around the older Incan structures, is one of the most wonderful things about Cusco. Narrow cobbled passages open out into graceful squares where ornate churches rub shoulders with low-rise Incan temples and you’re just as likely to see pet llamas as you are to see expensive alpaca wool clothing for sale. Cusco is also known for being 3.400metres above sea level and a great place to acclimatise - or get altitude sickness if you’re unlucky.

And of course Machu Picchu follows. The beautiful ruins of Machu Picchu have become a recognisable symbol of Peru, and possibly even South America. At the bottom of a dramatic ridge of rock, these wonderfully preserved Incan buildings are the reason many people travel in this direction. For some people to see the city - which was lost for hundreds of years - is enough, but for some of us the journey to the city, through the mountainous jungles is part of the experience. Cusco is the closest city, but Aguas Calientes is the closest town: it sits below this ancient Incan citadel, and that’s the main reason people come here, but they also have other entertainments on offer, including hot springs and a zoo. If you’re planning to walk to Machu Picchu on the Inca Trail a good place to start is Urubamba. This small town is spectacularly surrounded by snow-capped mountains, but it’s not too high - yet, it’s considered a good place to stay to acclimatise. It’s also a stop on the railway to Machu Picchu, known for its beautiful Belmond Hiram Bingham train.

Peru’s next most famous sight is probably Lake Titicaca? Puno makes a great base for exploring the lake and surrounds and has a rich history and impressive architecture itself, too. Puno also has a feeling of the seaside - the lake is enormous, It’s also got a wealth of pre-Incan ruins, stunning islands and wonderful traditional fishing boats to admire.

Once you have seen Machu Picchu, the Sacred Valley and Lake Titicaca, the next step on your Peruvian adventure might not be so clear. Arequipa, the former capital, is surrounded by volcanoes, and sits, majestically, beside the Socobaya river, Colca Canyon and the Aguada Blancas National Park. But it’s the architecture that people really talk about, the breathtaking cathedral and the Plaza de Arms. Nazca, with its puzzling shapes and geoglyphs marked into the ground, is certainly of interest to a lot of people too. As are the ruins of Chan Chan, and the fortress at Kuelap.

The Best Places to Stay in Peru

In the capital, Lima

  • Second Home is a five room boutique hotel perched on top of a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Formerly the home of a sculptor, there’s still plenty of bright, contemporary art on the walls. The breakfasts are luxurious and drinks are served in the peaceful gardens.
  • The Country Club Lima Hotel in San Isidro has been converted from a 1920s built English mansion and has 83 elegant rooms and suites, a pool, gym, golf course and a superb restaurant which has won the award for the best restaurant in the whole of Peru five times.
  • As well as five star luxury, the Belmond Miraflores Park Hotel also offer stunning ocean views from many of its 81 rooms and suites. There’s a great rooftop pool, plus a spa and gym and an Asian-Peruvian restaurant.
  • The Atemporal Hotel is a retro boutique nine room hotel in the quiet neighbourhood of Miraflores. The decor features plenty of black and white photography and they serve an indulgent breakfast.

For A Cusco City Break

  • The Palacio del Inka is an elegant 203 room hotel right in the historic centre of town. The decor is colourful, from the smallest room to the excellent Andean restaurant. There’s also a range of spa treatments available.
  • El Mercado offers a fabulous mix of tradition and contemporary decor in the centre of Cusco. There are exposed beams and white washed walls but there are also some great pieces of modern art. There are 31 rooms plus a gorgeous terrace, perfect for drinks in the evening.

The Best Places to Stay in Peru for Machu Picchu

  • The Belmond Sanctuary Lodge is an incredibly luxurious way to experience Machu Picchu. Located just outside the site’s entrance, the hotel offers great views and fantastic food in a place like no other.
  • Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel sits at the edge of the town and is a great example of the best of Peruvian architecture. Traditional buildings house cosy areas to relax in, beautifully decorated rooms with working fireplaces and a renowned restaurant.
  • Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel is located next to the river that runs through Aguas Calientes. Traditional decoration within contemporary architecture the hotel offers luxurious accommodation and an Andean-Asian fusion restaurant.
  • El Abergue is a chic and comfortable hotel situated within the Ollantaytambo train station where trains take you directly to Machu Picchu and Cusco. With intimate and rustic rooms offering great views over the green surroundings, it’s the perfect starting point for any adventure. There’s also a sauna to unwind in!

The Best Places to Stay in Peru for the Sacred Valley

  • The startlingly modern architecture of Tambo del Inka is a surprise against the backdrop the Sacred Valley, but it’s a beautiful, elegant sight. Inside and out. It’s luxurious too, with marble bathrooms, indoor and outdoor pools and extensive spa facilities. There’s an Andean restaurant and 128 rooms.
  • The Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba is a refined eco-lodge in a stunning spot in the heart of the Sacred Valley. Decorated throughout with Incan metal and designs: Incan antiques and colourful woven fabrics, it’s the floor to ceiling windows which really steal the show. Their organic garden fuels their restaurant and the herb treatments in their spa.
  • The Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado is a small property with a choice of luxurious rooms or villas, and an extensive list of spa facilities. And the surroundings make it magical as well as luxurious and comfortable.

The Best Places to Stay in Peru for Lake Titicaca

  • Stay on your own island at Libertador. Attached to the mainland by road, the hotel offers luxurious accommodation, fantastic views over the water and a restaurant showcasing the best of Peruvian cuisine.
  • Titilaka is a treat, but it might be worth it, the location, directly overlooking Lake Titicaca, is stunning, and the design of this hotel is superb. It really feels like this is the edge of the world. And in a way it is.

Some of the most romantic places to stay in all Peru

  • You might recognise some of the name, and yes, the Belmond Hotel Monasterio is the same Belmond as the Orient Express. So you can expect a similar kind of romantic luxury and charm here. Built in the 16th century this converted Cusco monastery with its leafy courtyard gardens, antique furnishings and original art and features is a really memorable place to stay.
  • Also in Cusco, the Belmond Palacio Nazarenas shares the first bit of the name too so you can expect the same service and luxury, but this time in a remodelled palace with walls made of stones carved by the Incas. There are 55 rooms and suites, all elegant, but the suites come with their own bar and butler. There’s also a wonderful spa.

For an historic stay in Peru

  • Inkaterra La Cason is an 11 room hotel in a beautifully converted colonial mansion. If you’re interested in the history of this city then this is the place to stay. Decorated with antiquities dating back to the days of the Spanish Empire. The Peruvian restaurant is superb. And you’re just two minutes walk from Cusco’s cathedral.

Some of the best Guesthouses in Peru

  • The Fallen Angel guesthouse is just a few hundred feet from Cusco’s main square. Its five quirky rooms are decorated with bright contemporary art and the restaurant, which specialises in local cuisine, is top notch.

Some of the best value places to stay in Peru

  • Lima’s Huaca Wasi Boutique Hotel is a converted colonial mansion with six chic rooms in well positioned Miraflores. Some rooms have private balconies and views of the gardens. This is a quiet spot but less than a mile from the beach. Rooms start from around £75 per night.
  • Still in Lima, for around £10 extra per night you can stay at the nearby Antigua Miraflores, a charming, traditional 77 room property with beamed ceilings, tiled floors and a laid-back Peruvian restaurant. Great for seeing the slights.
  • Right in the heart of Cusco, just short walk from the Plaza de Armas, Unaytambo is a large colonial house with 14 rooms - many with private balconies. There’s a beautiful terrace and the decor is colonial too. Rooms start from around £80 per night.
  • For around £110 per night you can stay in the much larger Costa del Sol Ramada Cusco, a converted 17th century mansion in the centre of Cusco. There’s still something rather splendid about this 90 room hotel. It’s arranged around an arcaded central courtyard and there’s an excellent Peruvian restaurant.
  • Le Foyer Hostel is the perfect choice for a properly inexpensive stay in Arequipa. It has 24 rooms and a wine range of configurations, ranging from dormitories where you can bed down for around £25 per night to simple, spotless and cheerful double rooms. There’s also a fabulous roof terrace with city views.

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See all » 14 hotels in Cusco

  • Casa San Blas Cusco City Centre 18 rooms from £66

    This boutique hotel is nestled in historic Cusco's artisan quarter. Inside, rooms are named after symbols from Peruvian textile tradition and feature rustic-style furnishings and exposed wooden beams; while suites offer split-level living. Drinks are served on the pretty terrace; a cosy hotel.

    Local exploring  -  Set in the picturesque artisan's quarter of the city, this hotel is perfectly placed for local exploring
    Romantic Break  -  Couples rate this boutique bolt-hole highly; book a suite for split-level living with great city views
    City Style  -  With boutique interiors and a central city location, this hotel has lots of chic Cusco style
    Local markets  -  Shop like a local with a trip to the San Pedro Central Market, a thriving market with local produce and crafts
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  • El Retablo Cusco City Centre 17 rooms from £69

    Set in a restored heritage building, this charming B&B sits close to the centre of historic Cusco. Interiors feature traditional 'retablo' motifs hand-painted by local artisans, in addition to handwoven tapestries and cosy linens; book a luxury suite for a balcony with city views. An inviting hotel.

    City Style  -  Set in a historic property in central Cusco, renovated with the help of local artists, this hotel has plenty of local city style
    Romantic Break  -  Couples love the romantic atmosphere at this laid-back hotel; book a deluxe room for a charming private balcony
    Local exploring  -  With Plaza de Armas a few blocks away, this hotel provides the perfect base for local exploring in Cusco
    Local markets  -  Visit the San Pedro Market, a vibrant local market frequented by vendors from the indigenous communities in Peru's highlands
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  • Huaca Wasi Boutique Hotel Lima (Miraflores) 6 rooms from £74

    Set in a mansion with chic colonial-style decor in Miraflores, Lima. Some rooms feature private balconies and garden views whilst an American breakfast is served each morning for you to enjoy. Head to the beach or go off exploring Peru's capital! A quiet and rustic city stay.

    Beach Life  -  The hotel is situated less than a mile from the beach so you can easily spend your days lounging by the seaside
    Local exploring  -  Go visit Huaca Pucllana or walk around Miraflores and get to know Lima
    Great walks  -  Wander around the city or head up the coast and enjoy the wonderful sea views
    Sights nearby  -  Head over to Bustamante Park, Republica Square or La Rosa Marina
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  • Antigua Miraflores Lima (Miraflores) 77 rooms from £88

    A charming property in a quiet neighbourhood. Traditionally dressed rooms feature handcrafted furniture, pretty tiled bathrooms and beamed ceilings. A laid-back restaurant serves up Peruvian classics and Italian dishes. With easy access to the city's main attractions, this is a smart choice.

    Local exploring  -  Situated in a quiet neighbourhood with access to restaurants, shops and a short distance from the beach.
    Great walks  -  Take a stroll in the nearby the nearby Miraflores Central Park.
    Sights nearby  -  Wander around the Plaza de San Martin, a UNESCO Heritage Site.
    Local markets  -  Scour the Mercado Inca for local artecrafts.
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  • Aranwa Sacred Valley Urubamba 115 rooms from £72

    A heritage hacienda on the road to Machu Pichu is the home of this chic hotel and spa. Individually styled guestrooms are spread across the historic properties on either side of the Urubamba River, traversed by quaint bridges. Enjoy a holistic treatment at the wellness centre; a unique escape.

    Local exploring  -  All of the valley's main attractions are within easy distance of this hotel, making it a great base for local exploring
    Spa breaks  -  The sacrey valley is said to have healing properties; book a spa treatment inspired by native philosophy here
    Country Escape  -  Set in a spectacular location in Peru's Sacred Valley, this hacienda hotel makes a charming country escape
    Local markets  -  Head to Pisac Market to experience a traditional Peruvian produce and crafts market; pick up unique souvenirs during your visit
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  • La Casona de Yucay Urubamba (Yucay) 54 rooms from £101

    This hotel sits within a heritage mansion in the picturesque village of Yucay, part of Peru's Sacred Valley. A gallery lines the central courtyard leading to bright rooms with exposed beams and hardwood floors; while family rooms offer split-level living. Serving modern Peruvian cuisine. Very chic.

    Local exploring  -  Set in the heart of the Sacred Valley, this hotel is perfecly placed for exploring local attractions
    Country Escape  -  Located in a heritage property in Peru's Sacred Valley, this hotel makes a charming country escape
    Romantic Break  -  Couples rate this hideaway hotel highly; book a suite for added indulgence
    Great walks  -  Explore the countryside on a long walk; ask the hotel to prepare a picnic for you to take with you
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See all » 5 hotels in Aguas Calientes

  • El MaPi Aguas Calientes (Pachacutec 109) 130 rooms from £172

    This stylish contemporary hotel is situated in the heart of Machu Picchu town. It boasts smart rooms with large windows and black out curtains whilst the food on offer is simply excellent. Treat yourself to a massage after an afternoon outside hiking for the perfect end to the day! A top-notch spot.

    Sights nearby  -  Don't miss out on the chance to see the archeological site generally considered one of the 7 New Wonders of the World
    Great walks  -  Head out on excursions led by the hotel or explore on your own as you romp around the mountains
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  • Casa del Sol Aguas Calientes 28 rooms from £226

    This hotel boasts a privileged location in the village of Machu Pichu. Fall asleep to the sound of the Vilcanota River beyond your private terrace in a suite dressed with traditional Andean textiles, or choose a room with Machu Pichu views. Book into the Inca-inspired spa after a tour; a cosy stay.

    Local exploring  -  Set in close proximity to the renowned Incan site Machu Picchu, this hotel is perfectly placed for local exploring
    Back to Nature  -  With an idyllic location on the banks of the Vilcanota River, this hotel makes a charming back-to-nature retreat
    Spa breaks  -  Book into the hotel spa, where ancient Incan philosophy about this sacred region informs treatments
    Sights nearby  -  Visit Machu Picchu, the ancient Incan citadel which the region is famous for. Book through the hotel for great deals
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See all » 4 hotels in Mancora

  • Eco Lodge Máncora Mancora (Barrio Industrial) 5 rooms from £50

    This charming eco-lodge is located on the coast of Máncora. The hotel is constructed from local bamboo with a thatched roof; in the bright suites, wood and wicker furnishings add a rustic feel. Book a family room for extra living space; kids love the outdoor pool too. A chic seaside lodge.

    Beach Life  -  Set on the beautiful coast of Máncora, a stone's throw from the beach, this hotel is perfect for a relaxing seaside break
    Eco break  -  This hotel is a registered Eco Leader, meaning you can enjoy your holiday knowing it won't cost the local environment
    Families  -  With family suites available that can accommodate children, parents rate this beach bolt-hole highly
    Surfing  -  Máncora is a surf haven on the Peruvian coast; hire a board locally and hit the waves during your stay here
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  • DCO Suites Lounge & Spa Mancora 7 rooms from £140

    The Pacific Ocean stretches out as the front yard for this boutique beach bolt-hole in Máncora. The stone and bamboo facade gives way to bright, open-plan suites who's simple design allows for focus on the sea views and family rooms offer for split-level living. A stylish hotel.

    Total relaxation  -  With the sea stretching out in front of you, plus a bar, restaurant and spa onsite, this hotel promises total relaxation
    Families  -  Family rooms at the hotel are great for parents travelling with children; kids love the outdoor pool too
    Beach Life  -  With a prime seafront location in Máncora, this hotel is perfect for a relaxing beach holiday
    Sights nearby  -  Scale the Máncora Lighthouse for beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean from the top; aim for sunset for the best light
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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  • Inkaterra Hacienda Concepcion Puerto Maldonado (NA) 25 rooms from £357

    This unique eco-lodge is nestled deep in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon. Guest cabañas sit on stilts in the tropical vegetation with a traditional thatched roof and glass-free windows boasting uninterrupted views. Sample local cuisine in the restaurant after a morning excursion; a smart escape.

    Local exploring  -  With endless ways to explore the jungle, there is lots to do local to this hotel; reserve a package with your room reservation
    Eco break  -  This hotel makes important contributions to local conservation, meaning you can enjoy your stay without harming the ecosystem
    Back to Nature  -  Set in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon, this hotel offers an authentic, tropical immersion in nature
    Restrictions on children  -  Contact the lodge for enquiries relating to children
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  • Inkaterra Guides Field Station Puerto Maldonado 12 rooms from £420

    This lodge invites guests to get to know the Peruvian Amazon through interactive excursions, inspired by conservation initiatives. Guest cabañas are simple yet elegant, with traditional palm roofs and wooden floors. Sample local cuisine at breakfast before a jungle excursion; an enriching getaway.

    Families  -  With family bungalows available that can accommodate up to four people, this hotel is great for families with older children
    Back to Nature  -  Set in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon, this hotel offers a unique opportunity for a tropical nature immersion
    Local exploring  -  There are endless opportunities for local exploring at this hotel, with daily jungle excursions on offer
    Sights nearby  -  Nagivate Lake Sandoval on a hotel canoe and see the Aguaje palm trees, giant river otters and blue and yellow macaws
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See all » 3 hotels in Ollantaytambo

  • Casa de la Chola Ollantaytambo (Urubamba) 4 rooms from £37

    A charming small hotel occupying a secluded spot in the spectacular Sacred Valley. Quaint rooms are decorated with plenty of colour and feature artworks made from traditional artefacts. The restaurant features a pizza oven and local dishes are cooked on request. A homely base.

    Active Holiday  -  There's a wide range of activities in the region from horse back riding to trekking
    Local exploring  -  Well positioned to explore important archaeological sites of the Sacred Valley
    Sights nearby  -  Explore some of the most famed local sights including Machu Picchu, Ollantaytambo, Pisac, Chinchero, Moray or Salineras de Maras
    Outstanding location
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  • Del Pilar Ollantaytambo Ollantaytambo 18 rooms from £83

    This elegant, colonial-style hotel is situated a stone's throw from majestic Machu Pichu. Exposed beams and intricate Peruvian textiles inject local flavour into the guestrooms, while spacious family bungalows offer split-level living. Sample celebrated local cuisine at the restaurant; a chic hotel.

    Local exploring  -  With one of Peru's most famous Inca sites located close by, this hotel is a great base for local exploring in the Sacred Valley
    Back to Nature  -  Set in the dramatic natural landscape of the sacred village of Ollantaytambo in Peru, this hotel makes a unique nature retreat
    Families  -  The family bungalows are perfect for adults travelling with children, offering ample, self-contained living space
    Local markets  -  Visit Pisac Market, a lively market in Cusco frequented by vendors from the indigenous Quechua communities in the highlands
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  • Costa del Sol Ramada Cusco Cuzco, Peru 90 rooms from £113

    The Marquis of Picoaga's converted 17th century mansion in the centre of the ancient city of Cusco. Retaining its old splendour, the more characterful rooms are set around a charming arcaded courtyard. The restaurant serves international and Peruvian dishes. Ideally placed to explore the city.

    Local exploring  -  This central 17th-century mansion is the ideal jump off point for exploring this ancient city by foot.
    Sights nearby  -  Just two minutes from La Merced Church, one of Cuscos most important churches dating back to the sixteenth century.
    Local markets  -  Just steps from Mercado Central de San Pedro, Cusco's central food market, open everyday.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
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See all » 14 hotels in Cusco

  • Casa San Blas Cusco City Centre 18 rooms from £66

    This boutique hotel is nestled in historic Cusco's artisan quarter. Inside, rooms are named after symbols from Peruvian textile tradition and feature rustic-style furnishings and exposed wooden beams; while suites offer split-level living. Drinks are served on the pretty terrace; a cosy hotel.

    Local exploring  -  Set in the picturesque artisan's quarter of the city, this hotel is perfectly placed for local exploring
    Romantic Break  -  Couples rate this boutique bolt-hole highly; book a suite for split-level living with great city views
    City Style  -  With boutique interiors and a central city location, this hotel has lots of chic Cusco style
    Local markets  -  Shop like a local with a trip to the San Pedro Central Market, a thriving market with local produce and crafts
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  • El Retablo Cusco City Centre 17 rooms from £69

    Set in a restored heritage building, this charming B&B sits close to the centre of historic Cusco. Interiors feature traditional 'retablo' motifs hand-painted by local artisans, in addition to handwoven tapestries and cosy linens; book a luxury suite for a balcony with city views. An inviting hotel.

    City Style  -  Set in a historic property in central Cusco, renovated with the help of local artists, this hotel has plenty of local city style
    Romantic Break  -  Couples love the romantic atmosphere at this laid-back hotel; book a deluxe room for a charming private balcony
    Local exploring  -  With Plaza de Armas a few blocks away, this hotel provides the perfect base for local exploring in Cusco
    Local markets  -  Visit the San Pedro Market, a vibrant local market frequented by vendors from the indigenous communities in Peru's highlands
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See all » 10 hotels in Lima

  • Huaca Wasi Boutique Hotel Lima (Miraflores) 6 rooms from £74

    Set in a mansion with chic colonial-style decor in Miraflores, Lima. Some rooms feature private balconies and garden views whilst an American breakfast is served each morning for you to enjoy. Head to the beach or go off exploring Peru's capital! A quiet and rustic city stay.

    Beach Life  -  The hotel is situated less than a mile from the beach so you can easily spend your days lounging by the seaside
    Local exploring  -  Go visit Huaca Pucllana or walk around Miraflores and get to know Lima
    Great walks  -  Wander around the city or head up the coast and enjoy the wonderful sea views
    Sights nearby  -  Head over to Bustamante Park, Republica Square or La Rosa Marina
    Check Availability
  • Antigua Miraflores Lima (Miraflores) 77 rooms from £88

    A charming property in a quiet neighbourhood. Traditionally dressed rooms feature handcrafted furniture, pretty tiled bathrooms and beamed ceilings. A laid-back restaurant serves up Peruvian classics and Italian dishes. With easy access to the city's main attractions, this is a smart choice.

    Local exploring  -  Situated in a quiet neighbourhood with access to restaurants, shops and a short distance from the beach.
    Great walks  -  Take a stroll in the nearby the nearby Miraflores Central Park.
    Sights nearby  -  Wander around the Plaza de San Martin, a UNESCO Heritage Site.
    Local markets  -  Scour the Mercado Inca for local artecrafts.
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See all » 7 hotels in Urubamba

  • Aranwa Sacred Valley Urubamba 115 rooms from £72

    A heritage hacienda on the road to Machu Pichu is the home of this chic hotel and spa. Individually styled guestrooms are spread across the historic properties on either side of the Urubamba River, traversed by quaint bridges. Enjoy a holistic treatment at the wellness centre; a unique escape.

    Local exploring  -  All of the valley's main attractions are within easy distance of this hotel, making it a great base for local exploring
    Spa breaks  -  The sacrey valley is said to have healing properties; book a spa treatment inspired by native philosophy here
    Country Escape  -  Set in a spectacular location in Peru's Sacred Valley, this hacienda hotel makes a charming country escape
    Local markets  -  Head to Pisac Market to experience a traditional Peruvian produce and crafts market; pick up unique souvenirs during your visit
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  • La Casona de Yucay Urubamba (Yucay) 54 rooms from £101

    This hotel sits within a heritage mansion in the picturesque village of Yucay, part of Peru's Sacred Valley. A gallery lines the central courtyard leading to bright rooms with exposed beams and hardwood floors; while family rooms offer split-level living. Serving modern Peruvian cuisine. Very chic.

    Local exploring  -  Set in the heart of the Sacred Valley, this hotel is perfecly placed for exploring local attractions
    Country Escape  -  Located in a heritage property in Peru's Sacred Valley, this hotel makes a charming country escape
    Romantic Break  -  Couples rate this hideaway hotel highly; book a suite for added indulgence
    Great walks  -  Explore the countryside on a long walk; ask the hotel to prepare a picnic for you to take with you
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See all » 5 hotels in Aguas Calientes

  • El MaPi Aguas Calientes (Pachacutec 109) 130 rooms from £172

    This stylish contemporary hotel is situated in the heart of Machu Picchu town. It boasts smart rooms with large windows and black out curtains whilst the food on offer is simply excellent. Treat yourself to a massage after an afternoon outside hiking for the perfect end to the day! A top-notch spot.

    Sights nearby  -  Don't miss out on the chance to see the archeological site generally considered one of the 7 New Wonders of the World
    Great walks  -  Head out on excursions led by the hotel or explore on your own as you romp around the mountains
    Spa
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  • Casa del Sol Aguas Calientes 28 rooms from £226

    This hotel boasts a privileged location in the village of Machu Pichu. Fall asleep to the sound of the Vilcanota River beyond your private terrace in a suite dressed with traditional Andean textiles, or choose a room with Machu Pichu views. Book into the Inca-inspired spa after a tour; a cosy stay.

    Local exploring  -  Set in close proximity to the renowned Incan site Machu Picchu, this hotel is perfectly placed for local exploring
    Back to Nature  -  With an idyllic location on the banks of the Vilcanota River, this hotel makes a charming back-to-nature retreat
    Spa breaks  -  Book into the hotel spa, where ancient Incan philosophy about this sacred region informs treatments
    Sights nearby  -  Visit Machu Picchu, the ancient Incan citadel which the region is famous for. Book through the hotel for great deals
    Check Availability

See all » 4 hotels in Mancora

  • Eco Lodge Máncora Mancora (Barrio Industrial) 5 rooms from £50

    This charming eco-lodge is located on the coast of Máncora. The hotel is constructed from local bamboo with a thatched roof; in the bright suites, wood and wicker furnishings add a rustic feel. Book a family room for extra living space; kids love the outdoor pool too. A chic seaside lodge.

    Beach Life  -  Set on the beautiful coast of Máncora, a stone's throw from the beach, this hotel is perfect for a relaxing seaside break
    Eco break  -  This hotel is a registered Eco Leader, meaning you can enjoy your holiday knowing it won't cost the local environment
    Families  -  With family suites available that can accommodate children, parents rate this beach bolt-hole highly
    Surfing  -  Máncora is a surf haven on the Peruvian coast; hire a board locally and hit the waves during your stay here
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  • DCO Suites Lounge & Spa Mancora 7 rooms from £140

    The Pacific Ocean stretches out as the front yard for this boutique beach bolt-hole in Máncora. The stone and bamboo facade gives way to bright, open-plan suites who's simple design allows for focus on the sea views and family rooms offer for split-level living. A stylish hotel.

    Total relaxation  -  With the sea stretching out in front of you, plus a bar, restaurant and spa onsite, this hotel promises total relaxation
    Families  -  Family rooms at the hotel are great for parents travelling with children; kids love the outdoor pool too
    Beach Life  -  With a prime seafront location in Máncora, this hotel is perfect for a relaxing beach holiday
    Sights nearby  -  Scale the Máncora Lighthouse for beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean from the top; aim for sunset for the best light
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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  • Inkaterra Hacienda Concepcion Puerto Maldonado (NA) 25 rooms from £357

    This unique eco-lodge is nestled deep in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon. Guest cabañas sit on stilts in the tropical vegetation with a traditional thatched roof and glass-free windows boasting uninterrupted views. Sample local cuisine in the restaurant after a morning excursion; a smart escape.

    Local exploring  -  With endless ways to explore the jungle, there is lots to do local to this hotel; reserve a package with your room reservation
    Eco break  -  This hotel makes important contributions to local conservation, meaning you can enjoy your stay without harming the ecosystem
    Back to Nature  -  Set in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon, this hotel offers an authentic, tropical immersion in nature
    Restrictions on children  -  Contact the lodge for enquiries relating to children
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  • Inkaterra Guides Field Station Puerto Maldonado 12 rooms from £420

    This lodge invites guests to get to know the Peruvian Amazon through interactive excursions, inspired by conservation initiatives. Guest cabañas are simple yet elegant, with traditional palm roofs and wooden floors. Sample local cuisine at breakfast before a jungle excursion; an enriching getaway.

    Families  -  With family bungalows available that can accommodate up to four people, this hotel is great for families with older children
    Back to Nature  -  Set in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon, this hotel offers a unique opportunity for a tropical nature immersion
    Local exploring  -  There are endless opportunities for local exploring at this hotel, with daily jungle excursions on offer
    Sights nearby  -  Nagivate Lake Sandoval on a hotel canoe and see the Aguaje palm trees, giant river otters and blue and yellow macaws
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  • Casa de la Chola Ollantaytambo (Urubamba) 4 rooms from £37

    A charming small hotel occupying a secluded spot in the spectacular Sacred Valley. Quaint rooms are decorated with plenty of colour and feature artworks made from traditional artefacts. The restaurant features a pizza oven and local dishes are cooked on request. A homely base.

    Active Holiday  -  There's a wide range of activities in the region from horse back riding to trekking
    Local exploring  -  Well positioned to explore important archaeological sites of the Sacred Valley
    Sights nearby  -  Explore some of the most famed local sights including Machu Picchu, Ollantaytambo, Pisac, Chinchero, Moray or Salineras de Maras
    Outstanding location
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  • Del Pilar Ollantaytambo Ollantaytambo 18 rooms from £83

    This elegant, colonial-style hotel is situated a stone's throw from majestic Machu Pichu. Exposed beams and intricate Peruvian textiles inject local flavour into the guestrooms, while spacious family bungalows offer split-level living. Sample celebrated local cuisine at the restaurant; a chic hotel.

    Local exploring  -  With one of Peru's most famous Inca sites located close by, this hotel is a great base for local exploring in the Sacred Valley
    Back to Nature  -  Set in the dramatic natural landscape of the sacred village of Ollantaytambo in Peru, this hotel makes a unique nature retreat
    Families  -  The family bungalows are perfect for adults travelling with children, offering ample, self-contained living space
    Local markets  -  Visit Pisac Market, a lively market in Cusco frequented by vendors from the indigenous Quechua communities in the highlands
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  • Costa del Sol Ramada Cusco Cuzco, Peru 90 rooms from £113

    The Marquis of Picoaga's converted 17th century mansion in the centre of the ancient city of Cusco. Retaining its old splendour, the more characterful rooms are set around a charming arcaded courtyard. The restaurant serves international and Peruvian dishes. Ideally placed to explore the city.

    Local exploring  -  This central 17th-century mansion is the ideal jump off point for exploring this ancient city by foot.
    Sights nearby  -  Just two minutes from La Merced Church, one of Cuscos most important churches dating back to the sixteenth century.
    Local markets  -  Just steps from Mercado Central de San Pedro, Cusco's central food market, open everyday.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
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