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Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel

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Railroad Km 110, Aguas Calientes, Machu Picchu Peru See on map
AMENITIES
Free Internet
Breakfast included
Outdoor pool
Non-Smoking Hotel
Restaurant
Suites
Bar/Lounge
4 Star accommodation
About
Description
This enchanting Andean village hotel is located within 12.3 acres of pristine cloud forest. The spectacular grounds are laced with paths that wind past waterfalls and trails, and organic gardens that wander through More the misty forest. A place to relax, while exploring nature and encountering the wonders of the Incan civilization, experiencing authentic travel. Less
Hotel class
Hotel Amenities
HOTEL FEATURES
Restaurant
Spa
Free Internet
Bar/Lounge
Breakfast included
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Concierge
Dry Cleaning
Laundry Service
Multilingual Staff
Non-Smoking Hotel
Outdoor pool
Pool
Beachfront
Room Service
Free Parking
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Awards & Recognition
Certificate of Excellence
Certificate of Excellence
Hotel Style
Spa
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Luxury
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Romantic
Room types
Suites, Non-Smoking Rooms, Family Rooms
Hotel class
Awards & Recognition
Certificate of Excellence
Certificate of Excellence
Hotel Style
Spa
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Luxury
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Romantic
Room types
Suites, Non-Smoking Rooms, Family Rooms
Number of rooms
85
Price range
US$425 - US$836 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Also Known As
Inkaterra Hotel Machu Picchu
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Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
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Machu Picchu Inkaterra Hotel
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Pueblo Hotel Machu Picchu
Location
Peru > Cusco Region > Sacred Valley > Machu Picchu > Aguas Calientes
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This is a wonderful place to stay! The accommodation is situated in a large expanse of gardens and trees representing local native flora. It is inhabited by birds galore - brought closer to guests via banana fruit up hig, and syrup feed cups. Orchids abound. An eco centre on site
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Wonderful place to stay for visit to Macu Picchu. Very professional and accommodating staff addressing every need. Restaurant serves excellent local and international dishes. Can’t say enough about the service and beautiful setting.

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When you visit Macchu Picchu the place to stay is the Inkaterra Pueblo Hotel. The rooms are very large to go with your room key, very large. A super comfortable bed plus a shower which is exceptional, and the little extras provided make it a great place to stay.
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I went to machupicchu on a 2 day / 1 night tour so I decided to have lunch at the inkaterra hotel restaurant where, it was an excellent experience, the service, the food, the quality and much more so I decided to return for dinner, the entrance the hotel is magical with flowers a
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The hotel was very beautiful and the rooms quite luxurious. Unfortunately I developed food poisoning after dinner at the hotel and needed doctors attention and a drip administered in our room early the next morning.
Only complaint with the hotel was that they refused to take my i
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Is it possible to bring more than 5 kg luggage to the hotel? The trains have a 5kg limit per passenger. I see many reviews praising the luggage service to and from the train station, which makes me think they are bringing more than 5 kg....
I cannot say with certainty but we saw others with suitcases on the train. Our guide who met us at the station seemed slightly surprised we only had our small rucksacks with us ( we had read you could only bring small rucksack to machu picchu). He said he had planned to drop any suitcases off first at the hotel before going onto the mountain . Hope this helps.
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We're planning one night stay here in April, arriving around at 1:30 pm. We're planning to go to Machu Picchu on the second day. But should we try going to MP on the first day as well ? or shall we take it easy on the first day to enjoy the nature walk and the garden ? Even though the town may not have much to offer, the garden at the property seems really nice. I wonder how long the garden tour is. Any suggestions ?
Greetings -- yes the nature tours at Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel are wonderful. But as nice as they are, there is no comparison between the hotel grounds and Machu Picchu -- one of the great wonders of the world. There are many places to explore at this iconic Inca site. probably a better idea to head up there on day one and then see if one full day is enough to satisfy your appetite. That way you can enjoy the fantastic hotel grounds on day two or have the option to return to MP. The nature tours generally last about an hour. But one is free to also wander on your own. Enjoy both experiences -- you will not forget either.
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I would like to stay in the Junior Suite Deluxe room but my husband thinks we should stay in the Superior Deluxe and save funds for the spa. I can't exactly tell what the difference is between the rooms. Does anyone else know? I originally wanted a room with a bathtub but I found out that only the suites, #40 and #84, only have bathtubs but with that price difference (+$840) is out.
We stayed in a junior suite with our own outdoor heated small pool the first night and then upgraded to the superior suite (best suite there) for the next two nights. The outdoor heated pool in the superior suite is 3 times bigger than the heated pool in the junior suite. There is also a soaking tub inside in the superior suite. The junior suite was fine though. It was only about $120 more for us to upgrade and that’s why we did it. Loved our stay at the inka terra. We just went in September 2017. We also did the private guided tour at Machu Picchu. Our guide was Carmen from the hotel and she was excellent!!! This was one of the best trips we have done so far! Enjoy!!!!
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How would you get to Machu Picchu from the hotel? Do you have to take both a bus and train to get to its entrance? Which station is located near the hotel? Someone mentioned "Ollanta" but do they mean "Ollantaytambo" train station?
Sorry for the delay in answering; I just got this message. There is a bus that takes you from downtown Pueblo (a short walk from the hotel) to the entrance of Machu Picchu. Alternatively, you can hike up, but would not recommend it.
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Hi Judi! you said to "ask for a lower room number" and then the review ended. Are you recommending a room *further* from the desk? Why are lower room numbers better? I prize quiet above anything. thanks. wendy
Not sure that the numbers matter, perhaps in the Superior rooms which are in the main building. Some have a patio that faces the walkway from the casitas. You may want to ask about that. We had casitas number 20 which was in the first row of casitas by the road and at the top of the walking path. It was very quiet.
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"Our room was 28-- quiet and restful-- not sure about the others."
"The suites are fabulous"
"#12 a good choice"
"Try to get rooms closer to the inner part of the hotel and away from the train station side."
"treat yourself to the Villa (#39 and 40)"
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