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Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
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Reviewed 19 April 2012

Our travel agent recommended that we stay here instead of Sanctuary Lodge and we couldn't have been happier with the choice. It was the perfect oasis after a busy day at Machu Picchu. We felt like we were staying in a jungle town by a river. The thatched cabins (some with fireplaces) were relaxing and the dining room was first class. If you have enough energy after Machu Picchu, the hotel has beautiful gardens and paths to explore. Otherwise, head for the spa for a relaxing massage.

On our last day, we checked out and stored our luggage - - went up to Machu Picchu for a hike to the Sun Gate - - in the afternoon, we returned to the hotel and relaxed on the comfortable sofas until it was time to catch our train. The hotel staff took our bags down to the train. Very easy and hassle free.

For those worried about not being right at Machu Picchu and relying on the buses - - don't worry. The longest we waited for a bus was 5 minutes. The 20 minute ride was pleasant. The Sanctuary Lodge is located outside the main gate and I believe they only have a 20 minute headstart on the early risers from the MP Pueblo Hotel.

Room Tip: Ask for a room with a dehumidifier. My friend's room had one and it was much fresher than mine which was a bit musty.
  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 18 April 2012

I landed in this hotel as part of a tour group & could not believe my luck ! The cabins hidden in the rainforest in which flew hummingbirds; the hot pool first thing in the morning was all very Zen. But be warned the paths are steep and stoney, after a day walking every inch of Machu Picchu I needed the stick offered a member of staff who saw me hobble up the steps ! All the staff were lovely if too attentive. Caught in the shower I had trouble getting rid off two men keen to give me chocolates and yet more towels. The cabin was hugh with an open fire where you could have roasted an ox, which I could have had lit if required (no ox provided). There were wraps, slippers & the affore mentioned chocolates. Outside was a small sitting area. There was a afternoon tea with brownies and other treats & dinner was superb. The hotel provides eco tours of the grounds and its own tea plantation. The is also a sancutuary for Andean Spectical Bears which you can visit at an extra cost. I would recommend this trip which funds the bears keep & a rescue programme. In its enclosed grounds this hotel is a haven after the excitment of Machu Piccu and the bustle of Aguas Calientes.

Room Tip: Choose a lower room near the public rooms unless you like hiking or want seclusion
  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled solo
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1  Thank Ricoshea
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Reviewed 18 April 2012

The trip through Peru to Machu Picchu could not have provide us with a more delightful place to stay (short of the Sanctuary in MP itself). Beautiful buildings all looking as if they organically rose from the forest floor, some like tree houses others like hobbit houses. Pathways that twist around the flora leading you to small places of wonder - whether leading to the spa or the pool or the naturally heated hot springs. I made it a pastime to look for more waterfalls and see where they came from or where they led. Do go to the restaurant, do visit the store, do drink yet more wonderful Pisco Sours at the bar, do expect to get wet during the rainy season.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 15 April 2012

Spent a few days here with my husband to celebrate my 50th birthday. Oh my goodness.... I was so blown away! We walked into our sumptuous & spacious cabin to find a wonderful roaring log fire. We also had our own infinity heated rock pool spa which was totally private and surrounded by tropical rain forest.
During our stay we did a few treks and excursions all of which were most enjoyable.
The food in the restaurant was delightful too!

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 15 April 2012

This is like a small town in the forest, accomodations are little houses or cabins to make you feel at home, nicely designed and decorated, surrounded by elegant gardens. Food is first class both breakfast and dinner. Hot stones spa is the perfect experience after coming down from all day climbing and hiking in the Machu Picchu ruins. Our stay was part of a complete package with Inkaterra experiences which was flawlessly planned and executed.

Room Tip: Look out for lights outside the high windows, not enough darkness for comfortable sleep.
  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled as a couple
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