Amenities
Breakfast Included
Family Hotel
Hiking Trails
Mini bar
Outdoor Activities
Restaurant & Bar
Spa
Vegan/Vegetarian Options
overview

Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel is an intimate Andean village with terraced hills, waterfalls, stone pathways and cozy adobe casitas tucked away in the Andean cloud forest. Experience life at an exclusive royal Inca retreat where you will explore the natural surroundings.
The property has 12 acres of exquisite natural beauty, where 214 bird species and the world’s largest native orchid collection (372 species) have been registered.

The renowned
Unu Spa combines classic nurturing with a mystical Andean approach and the first-class
restaurant shares the secrets of Peruvian cuisine with a contemporary twist

Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
Rooms

A royal Inca retreat in 83 whitewashed adobe casitas and two villas, offering the most private and comfortable stay.
Every casita includes Andean slippers crafted from recycled materials, plus a complete set of environmentally friendly toiletries.
Some rooms offer a little extra charm with a private terrace, garden, plunge pool or fireplace.

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dining options

The first-class restaurant features stunning views of Vilcanota River, and shares the secrets of Peruvian cuisine with a contemporary twist.

Cafe Inkaterra blends Andean cuisine and architecture with a contemporary approach, creating innovative fusion-style fare.  It is the ideal place for travelers to unwind, far from the crowds, after visiting the ancient Machu Picchu Citadel and waiting for their train after check out.

activities

All complementary activities will get you immersed in the natural surroundings. Plus, some additional excursions like hiking Machu Picchu Mountain, visiting the Historical Reserve and other guided excursions to live the Machu Picchu experience to the fullest!

Bird Watching
Nature Walk
Orchid Trail
Organic Tea Plantation & House
Twilight Walk
Native Farm

How to get to Machu Picchu Pueblo hotel

Aguas Calientes 08681, Peru

Fly to Cusco
✈   1 hour 15 mins flight from Lima

✓  Daily trains from Cusco (3 hour-ride)

✓  Trains from Ollantaytambo: car ride from Cusco to Ollantaytambo (1h 30′) Daily trains from Ollantaytampo (1h 20′)

SUSTAINABILITY

Acknowledged by the United Nations as the World’s First ‘Climate Positive’ Hotel Brand, Inkaterra is a Peruvian organization 100% Carbon Neutral that is celebrating 47 years of experience in sustainable tourism initiatives. It focuses on preserving Peru’s nature and cultures and sharing them with the world.
Each year Inkaterra hosts more than 200,000 travelers providing authentic nature experiences in Peru, while rescuing, presenting and showcasing Peru’s culture and nature for the world.

Inkaterra believes conservation is achieved through the sustainable use of natural resources. Based on field work and biodiversity monitoring, Inkaterra develops strategies to protect and restore ecosystems.

Forest Conservation: ITA manages more than 30,000 acres of Amazonian forests through private conservation areas and forest concessions.

Biodiversity Monitoring: Increasing their knowledge of key species and learning more about forest ecosystem dynamics, allows Inkaterra to understand and implement conservation strategies.

Inkaterra Sustainability Policy is based on:

Development of contingency plans for natural, social or financial disasters

Usage of environmentally friendly products, maintenance and good communication with suppliers
Development of continuous improvement in our management and process controls by minimizing negative impacts.
Identification of the positive and negative effects generated by human action
Offset the greenhouse gas emissions generated by the organization’s operations in order to be carbon neutral.
Being a replicable business model of low initial cost and high positive impact on local populations
Belief that conservation is achieved through the sustainable use of natural resources
Development of strategies to protect and restore ecosystem

Throughout the years at both Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel and Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica, the team has introduced thousands of people to the natural wonders and the indigenous cultures of Peru. Creating authentic experiences for their guests, with a focus around excellence in ecotourism and conservation is the fundamental meaning behind the Inkaterra experience. Inkaterra Asociación offers volunteers, the possibility to be part of its initiatives in the Amazon rainforest of Madre de Dios, which produce scientific research as a basis for conservation, education and the wellbeing of local communities. ITA develops conservation, education, training and communal development programs, supported by partnerships such as the Global Environmental Facility, the World Bank and the National Geographic Society, among others. Inkaterra Sustainability Policy is based on: Definition and respect of authentic cultural, social and environmental values Creation of professional development opportunities Encouragement of recruitment and training of local staff. Development of an ideal work environment providing better living conditions Development of activities in accordance with current legislation Raising awareness within partners, travelers and locals on the conservation of the environment Encouragement of the development of local communities

Production Program: Agroforestry and organic production lead the way for a sustainable production that can coexist with the forest.

Inkaterra Sustainability Policy is based on:

Efficient usage of energy and water, and provision of adequate waste treatment
Belief that conservation is achieved through the sustainable use of natural resources

Inkaterra Sustainability Policy is based on: Efficient usage of energy and water, and provision of adequate waste treatment Development of continuous improvement in our management and process controls by minimizing negative impacts.
Inkaterra has the 4R philosophy: reuse, refure, reduce and recyle Inkaterra Sustainability Policy is based on: Usage of environmentally friendly products Development of continuous improvement in our management and process controls by minimizing negative impacts. Identification of the positive and negative effects generated by human action Belief that conservation is achieved through the sustainable use of natural resources