Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo is styled to resemble a traditional Andean Village and is located close to the station where trains depart to the famous ruins.

Styled to resemble a traditional Andean village, Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo is a great base for travellers wishing to explore the celebrated Lost City of the Incas. A member of the National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World, this stunning 12-acre property encompasses waterfalls, terraced hills and cloud forest, harbouring some 214 bird species including the golden-headed quetzal and the iconic Andean cock-of-the-rock.

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo offers accommodation in 83 whitewashed casitas, built out of adobe and timber, with smooth tile floors. Interiors are cosy, with plenty of comfortable seating and heaters. Some rooms also have open fireplaces, whilst all come with environmentally friendly toiletries and Andean slippers crafted from recycled materials.

The restaurant and adjacent glass terraces offer delicious Andean-style cuisine with views of the rushing Vilcanota River. There is also a cafe next to the train station, so guests can grab a coffee and snack after check out. After a long day of trekking through the famous Machu Picchu ruins, retire to the sauna or head to the wellness spa for a rejuvenating massage.      


How to get to Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo

Across the road from the Machu Picchu Pueblo train station, Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo is is easily reached by train from Ollantaytambo (in the Sacred Valley) or Cusco.

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Highlights

  • An enchanting lodge expertly styled to resemble a traditional Andean village
  • Set upon stunning grounds encompassing waterfalls and bird-rich cloud forests
  • Located conveniently close to the Machu Picchu Pueblo train station
  • Attractive, comfortable guest casitas constructed with adobe and timber
  • Home to an excellent restaurant and wellness spa

Luxury accommodation in Peru

Below are a selection of our preferred hotels, lodges and cruise vessels in Peru. Please contact us to tailor accommodation options to suit the style of your trip and your budget.

Aranwa Cusco Boutique Hotel

The handsome Aranwa Cusco Boutique Hotel is set inside a 16th century manor house steps from Cusco's vibrant Plaza de Armas.

Belmond Hotel Monasterio

The Belmond Hotel Monasterio boasts a stunning internal courtyard and is just steps away from Cusco's lively central square.

Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado

The Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado is set beside the rushing Urubamba River close to Inca archaeological sites such as found at Ollantaytambo.

Belmond Miraflores Park

Lima's Belmond Miraflores Park is a small luxury hotel just moments from the many museums and restaurants of the chic Miraflores district.

Belmond Palacio Nazarenas

The refined Belmond Palacio Nazarenas is located conveniently close to Cusco's lively Plaza de Armas and the grand Cusco Cathedral.

Belmond Sanctuary Lodge

The splendid Belmond Sanctuary Lodge is the only property located at the entrance to Machu Picchu, offering a chance to see the ruins without the crowds.

Casa Andina Premium Miraflores

Located in upscale Miraflores, the lovely Casa Andina Premium Miraflores is a great base for exploring the many sights of Lima.

Casa Andina Premium Puno

Casa Andina Premium Puno offers comfortable accommodation on the shores of mystical Lake Titicaca.

Country Club Lima Hotel

The Country Club Lima Hotel is one of the city's finest hotels, located in the prestigious residential neighbourhood of San Isidro.

Sample Itineraries

The following tours are private, independent and can be easily customised to suit your personal travelling requirements. Please contact us to begin designing your personalised Peru experience.

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Peru Tours Overview

Why Peru: Peru is a spectacular destination of ancient Inca ruins, stunning Spanish colonial architecture, snow-covered mountains and lush Amazon jungle teeming with incredible fauna and flora.

When to Go: Peru’s climate varies considerably by region and altitude. The best time for trekking is Jun – Sep, when days are sunny but nights are cold. The Inca trail is closed during the wettest month of February; however you can still visit Machu Picchu by train during this time. As one moves up into the mountains from the coast, night-time temperatures become colder. The eastern slope of the Andes, which includes the Amazon basin, experiences very heavy rainfall during the wet season, so the best time to visit this region would be Apr – Oct.

Combine With: A trip to Peru is easily combined with Bolivia, Ecuador, Chile, Argentina, Patagonia or Brazil. Alternatively, you could visit  Central America.

Getting There: Lima has direct flights to and from cities all over South America.

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