Our accommodations are selected for their exceptional quality, location, and character. Below are several of the accommodations featured on this expedition.
Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba
Sacred Valley of the Inca, Peru
From their perch on an emerald Andean slope, the colonial-style estate and casitas of Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba, a National Geographic Unique Lodge of the World, invite you to soak up the spirit of the Sacred Valley. The lodge features a spacious lounge and dining area with floor-to-ceiling windows, 10-acre organic garden, wine cave, and a terrace holding oversized chairs and cozy blankets. Accommodations incorporate elements of traditional Andean and Spanish colonial design and offer panoramic views of the surroundings mountains.
An inconspicuous door in the heart of Cusco’s old town opens into a world of Spanish-colonial splendor at the 16th-century Inkaterra La Casona, a National Geographic Unique Lodge of the World. This meticulously restored heritage property holds 11 hacienda-style suites opening to a traditional arcaded courtyard, a restaurant serving traditional Peruvian dishes, lounge area surrounding a stone fireplace, and spa offering treatments infused with local botanicals.
Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel, a National Geographic Unique Lodge of the World, is surrounded by twelve acres of beautiful cloud forest and is conveniently located just minutes from the train station. It features tile-roofed casitas (bungalows), tea plantation, and an on site rain forest reserve harboring more than 100 species of birds and 250 species of butterflies. The hotel has eighty-five air-conditioned rooms—many with a fireplace and a balcony or terrace. Other amenities include an outdoor pool, hot tub, and spa .