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Location, location and location are the key appeals of this hotel, which sits outside the gates of the Inca Citadel.
The lodge is the only hotel located adjacent to the ancient Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, offering guests prime access to the ruins.
The airy, sunlit Tampu Restaurant overlooks the emerald Andean mountains and serves up a mix of international and traditional Peruvian cuisine.
The lodge’s guides can arrange a variety of hikes through the lush jungle to view the temples, citadel and other Incan ruins of Machu Picchu.
Superior Room-King or 2 Twins-Patio View Patio-Breakfast-Free WiFi-LCD TV-15SqM
Deluxe Mountain View Room-King-Free WiFi Mountain Valley View-Breakfast-17 SqM
Deluxe Mountain View Terrace Room-LCD TV 2 Twin Beds-Breakfast-Free WiFi-18 SqM
Presidential Suite-1 King-Premium Views Furnished Terrace-Breakfast-35-45 SqM
Carretera Hiram Bingham Km 7.5, Machu Picchu, Peru
119km (240min) from Alejandro Velasco Astete Int'l Airport (CUZ)
120 volts AC
The town of Aguas Calientes, as the Spanish name suggests, has hot springs and is just a 15-minute walk up the Pachacutec Avenue from the town's main square. These are natural, underground, hot sulphur springs, which bubble up from the rocky ground.
The Quechua name of this mountain means “Happy Mountain,” and visitors will need to be physically fit to navigate some of its steeper sections. Once at the peak, hikers are rewarded with a very special view of Machu Picchu.
As passengers board the 1920s Pullman carriages of the train that transfer them to Cuzco, they are surrounded by polished wood, gleaming cutlery and glittering crystal—a luxurious transfer through the mountains. www.perurail.com
This mountain appears in the background of Machu Picchu’s classic pictures. At the summit, visitors find terraces that were made for avoiding erosion and for gardens. The way up is a long stairway with some steps carved right into the mountain rock.
Machu Picchu is a place of unforgettable sunrises and magical moonlit nights at the top of Aguas Calientes. Enjoy the remains of the ancient culture of this unique heart of the valley of the Incas.
This temple is on the lower part of Huayna Picchu, following the same trail that leads to the summit. Halfway up the trail, a detour takes hikers 40 minutes to the temple, an ancient ceremonial center in a shallow cave.
Arrange for a shaman to conduct a wedding (or vow renewal) in an ancient Peruvian tradition, connecting bride and groom with the mountains (the gods of the past) just a few steps from the citadel of Machu Picchu.
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