The Sacred Valley Hotels

Hotels, resorts, and vacation rentals homes - your guide to accommodations while traveling in The Sacred Valley.
Sonesta Posadas del Inca is located in the small town of Yucay, just outside of Urubamba in the Sacred Valley of the Inca. Before you visit nearby Machu Picchu or Ollantaytambo, set aside some time to explore the unparalleled Andean landscape of the Sacred Valley.
Stay here to experience one of prettiest corners of the Sacred Valley. The hotel itself was built in 1810, and it retains its historical charm with 54 renovated rooms.
Skylodge Adventure Suites is a hanging lodge composed of cozy capsules attached to the side of a cliff. These unusual accommodations offer unparalleled views of the valley below. And at night, you’ll sleep closer to the stars than ever before.
rubamba, the original Quechua name, means prairies of light, which gives the present name to the sacred Valley of the Incas. That is surrounded by the majestic mountain range of the Andes. The weather conditions of this Valley are ideal to begin your journey and to acclimate yourself, to start visiting the different attractions offered by the city of Cusco. The Taypikala Deluxe hotel has a privileged location, between the mountains and the Urubamba River. Inviting our travelers to a stay of comfort and relaxation, surrounded by large gardens, outdoor spaces in which are megalithic stones of the area and monoliths that adorn the natural-cultural landscape, bringing our travelers to the roots of The wise Inca culture.
Tierra Viva Valle Sagrado Urubamba Hotel is located as its name says in Urubamba, the heart of the Sacred Valley, 50 minutes from the center of Cusco and only 10 minutes from Ollantaytambo, the starting point for exploring Machu Picchu and last train station before arriving at the wonderful citadel.
The hotel has the architecture and typical design of this old rustic town of Cusco but it is elegant as well. With only 36 rooms, it offers travelers a relaxing experience, spectacular views of gardens, flowers, birds and mountains.