Perched on an Andean hillside in the heart of southern Peru’s Sacred Valley, the beautiful Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba overlooks a vast patchwork of fertile farmland, intersected by the meandering flow of the Urubamba River. The lodge’s 36 ensuite suites and rooms reflect the culture and character of the Sacred Valley and stylishly incorporate elements of traditional Andean and Spanish colonial design. Along with hand-woven rugs, upholsteries, and colourful alpaca blankets, guests can also enjoy Wi-Fi, flat-screen televisions with cable, iPad speakers and environmentally friendly amenities. And the lodge’s position ensures stunning panoramic views of the surrounding mountains from nearly every window and terrace.
Strongly committed to sustainability, the lodge operates an ‘earth to table’ concept with its own organic plantation where guests are welcome to pick their own produce, which are then used to create delicious menus, served in the spacious dining room and on the terrace. From hiking and birding in the majestic peaks surrounding the lodge, interacting with the local Quechua communities, exploring ancient Inca sites and stargazing from the lodge terrace, Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba allows guests to soak in the history and tranquility of this unique place.
What we love about Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba
- Enjoy breathtaking views over the charming towns and fields of the Sacred Valley as you hike the emerald slopes of the magnificent Andes.
- Visit a local chiceria and help create a batch of chichi (corn beer), using traditional methods practiced for centuries.
- Join the local shaman and give thanks to the Andean gods in an unforgettable traditional ceremony.