Luxury hotels in Lima and its region
The bustling coastal capital of Peru is usually the starting point for any Peruvian trip. It’s worth spending at least a few days here to see what this city has to offer. The historic center area was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1988 because it’s littered with 16th & 17th-century churches and beautiful colonial architecture. It also has a vast spread of stunning beaches, beautiful parks and some of the best restaurants in the world. There are pre-Incan ruins scattered throughout the city as well as in the surrounding areas.
Luxury hotels in Cusco and its region
The city of Cusco was once the capital of the Incan Empire and for that reason alone its one of the most visited cities in Peru. Its architecture mixes colonial style with Incan stone foundations to create one of the most unique centers of any city in the world. Plaza de Armas is the heart of the historical center and hosts 2 of the main churches. Base yourself here if you are planning on visiting the amazing 15th-century citadel of Machu Picchu or the countless other Incan sites around the sacred valley near to the city.
Luxury hotels in Machu Picchu and its region
No visit to Peru is complete without a visit to one of the new 7 wonders of the world, Machu Picchu. This ancient Incan citadel was rediscovered by Hiram Bingham in 1911 and since then has become one of the most visited sites in the whole of South America. There are hundreds of tour companies offering tours to the site so staying just outside can help you beat the crowds. It even has some friendly resident llamas who are happy to pose for photos.
Luxury hotels in the Sacred Valley and its region
The Sacred Valley of the Incas, also known as The Urubamba Valley is around 100 kilometers long. The valley and surrounding mountains are littered with small towns, indigenous descendant settlements, pre-Incan and Incan ruins and beautiful wildlife. If you are visiting Machu Picchu then you will pass through this famous valley either by foot, car or train. The hotels on offer here can arrange a number of excursions to the countless ruins around the area.
Luxury hotels in Puerto Maldonado and its region
The region of Madre de Dios lies in the heart of the southeastern Peruvian Amazon rainforest and is 55km from the border of Bolivia. The nearby national parks such as Tambopata and Manú host an array of biodiverse habitats such as beautiful cloud forests and grasslands. The areas are rich in wildlife and natural unique landscapes. The rainforest is more accessible for tourists than ever before so why hesitate?
Luxury hotels in Arequipa and its region
The picturesque city of Arequipa is often considered one of the most aesthetically pleasing urban areas in Peru. With its white colonial architecture and surrounding snow-capped volcanoes, it’s certainly not hard on the eyes. The city is full of world-class restaurants and the center of the city has made another UNESCO world heritage site for Peru. The city is often a base for tourists traveling to the surrounding Colca Canyon or Volcan Misti, but spend a few days here and you’ll understand why its full of proud Arequipeños.
Luxury hotels in Puno and its region
Sitting at an elevation of 3,830 m, Puno is on the shore of the highest navigable lake in the world, Lake Titicaca. Although Puno is now a large busy colonial town, the local way of life around the lake still mimics its Pre Incan roots. Crops are planted and harvested by hand, llamas roam most of the land and Salmon trout is caught fresh from the lake. This lake has a lot of history and endless excursions are offered to explore the lake and its islands, some of which are completely floating.