Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel


“Tucked away on the base of Machu Picchu mountain, it was hard to see the hotel when I first walked to the check-in desk. As I made my way to the main part of the property, we could see the individual ‘casitas’ dotted throughout 12 acres of lush orchid gardens and Cloud Forest. The ruins at Machu Picchu were our favorite part of this trip but the hotel was a close second.”
- Trusted Friend: Eduardo Mendoza, San Francisco
(Date Experienced: May 2010)

Great for
Luxury adventure in the Andes

With whom
Adventurous family or friends; jaw-dropping vistas with your +1; with the largest collection of orchids in their natural habitat and hundreds of hummingbirds, it’s a must for nature lovers and birders

Memorable moment
Waking up before sunrise to climb the mountain and watch from the Machu Picchu Citadel as the sun burned the fog away, revealing the once-lost ruins. Each moment was more spiritual and awe-inspiring than the last.

Best time to go
Rainy season (December-March) is orchid season and dry season is best for outdoor exploration (April-November)

Be aware
Altitude sickness

Price per night
From $249 per person


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