Guest suite Aranwa Sacred Valley

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Aranwa Sacred Valley Hotel & Wellness A charming hotel, situated along the banks of the Vilcanota River, in the Sacred Valley

The spirit of Aranwa Sacred Valley Hotel & Wellness

The enchanting Aranwa Sacred Valley Hotel and Wellness is beautifully positioned along the banks of the Vilcanota River that winds its way through the fertile Sacred Valley. This spectacular retreat, built on the estate of a 17th century hacienda, offers the perfect setting from which to explore the region’s many attractions. Modern rooms, designed with a minimalist touch, boast views of the estate’s gardens, inland lakes or of the colonial mansion; and feature lovely ensuite bathrooms, private balconies or terraces. In addition to its rooms, guests can also take advantage of the hotel’s array of suites, each combining colonial elegance with bright accent colours associated with the Andes.

Be sure to come hungry when you book your stay – the Aranwa Sacred Valley Hotel boasts a fantastic array of dining options. Spend an evening at the Gourmet Pukawi, whose menu reflects sophisticated variations of traditional Peruvian delights. Tuck into a mouth-watering pizza at the colonial kitchen of the Casona, or enjoy a light meal at the Rikhuna Restaurant. Those who need to quench their thirsts are equally spoilt for choice. Sip on a fine wine at Cava or head to the convivial Kusi Pisco Bar. When you are not out and about exploring the region, guests can also visit the estate’s museum, indulge in a soothing spa treatment, spend a night in at the movie theatre or take a dip in the sparkling plunge pool.

What we love about Aranwa Sacred Valley Hotel & Wellness

  • Visit the art gallery, where you can view paintings of locally renowned artists such as Jose Sabogal, Enrique Camino Brent, Pedro Azabache, Juan Machicado and Vinatea Reinoso (amongst others).
  • Take a tour of the museum which offers insight into the heritage of the estate, and be sure to make a stop at the Chapel San Pedro y San Pablo (Saint Peter and Saint Paul).