Tucked into a secluded peninsula of the glorious Lake Titicaca, the Titilaka Hotel’s modern design blends seamlessly with the natural environment, offering luxurious, contemporary style with touches of local heritage. All 18 suites offer lake views through huge windows and are simply but luxuriously fitted with premium linen, heated floors, wireless internet and spa bathrooms, which include oversized tubs, rainfall showerheads and designer toiletries. iPod docks are available at reception.
With floor-to-ceiling windows, the hotel restaurant offers 270º panoramic views over the water, and serves contemporary Peruvian dishes that feature fresh trout from the lake, alpaca steak from the highlands, and potatoes and grains from local farms. The lakefront lounge serves a selection of drinks, including the national specialty, the tart and frothy pisco sour. Guests can visit the archaeological site of Chullpas de Sillustani or the colonial churches in Juli, Pomata, and Lampa, go kayaking on the lake, buy handcrafted textiles from the ancient island of Taquile, or simply sit on the terrace and watch the sunset over the mystical lake in a blaze of unforgettable colour.
What we love about Hotel Titilaka
- Enjoy cocktail hour on the waterfront terrace and gourmet dinners of freshly caught trout.
- Take to the waters on the highest navigable lake in the world and travel to the Uros floating islands, which are fashioned from reeds by the native Uru people who live on them.
- Visit a local community to buy one of the handwoven rugs that decorate the hotel, straight from the weaver who crafted it.