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The Sacred Valley′s most complete hotel: a mountain chalet-styled retreat with panoramic Andes views from every room and every angle. On more than 8 landscaped acres (3 hectares), it breathes an air of tranquility and relaxation. Unique among Sacred Valley hotels - most of which remain isolated in the valley, offering precious little for guests to do - it contains an extraordinary, full-service "Sacred Spa", a domed Planetarium & Observatory for stargazing in the massive Southern Hemisphere sky, and gourmet restaurant and bar.
Sacred Valley, Peru
The hotel location is extraordinary. Just down the road from the hotel, Ollantaytambo " with its remarkable original Inca old town, hilltop ruins and lively market " is just 15 minutes away; within a half-hour are the town of Maras , from which travelers can visit the ancient and photogenic Salineras salt mines, and the mysterious Inca ruins at Moray. The famed artisans′ market and towering Inca fortress in Pisac are just 45 minutes away.
80 Superior Rooms
Very ample (32 m² / 339 sq. ft), warmly decorated and elegantly rustic, with thick white stone walls and wood-beam ceilings. Feature 2 full-size or 1 King beds and either balconies or a separate breakfast/sitting area, as well as carpeted or parquet wood floors & warm down bedding.
Extremely large (46 m² / 499 sq. ft) 2-story suites feature a downstairs living area and generous upstairs loft-style bedroom - from which views of the Sacred Valley and Andes mountains are spectacular. Suites have 2 TVs (both upstairs and downstairs), DVD player, King bed, Jacuzzi bathtubs and minibar.
Casa Andina′s Sacred Spa, one of the sumptuous, serene, and most professional in Peru, welcomes visitors with local accents like colorful textiles, native plants, and Andean music. A soothing and inviting oasis, with stone floors, bamboo walls & waterfalls, it features a spectacularly large natural stone hot tub"illuminated by candlelight"for hydrotherapy.
The gourmet restaurant - lauded by Peru′s prestigious Summum guide - is one of the finest in Cusco region. It takes full advantage of the natural and agricultural bounty of the Sacred Valley - its grains, herbs and vegetables (including its famed giant corn and potatoes), and local river fish, meats and poultry. Unusual for a country hotel, it features top-notch service and an extensive list of wine and cocktails. Casually sophisticated, the restaurant is a soaring, light-filled space, with a wood-burning fireplace, floor-to-ceiling windows, and impressive mountain views from virtually every table
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