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.
The Sacred Valley is rich with ruins and archaeological hotspots. From the hotel you can get a ride to the town of Ollantaytambo, which is just 20 minutes away. Ollantaytambo has an interesting marketplace as well as an Inca fortress with steep steps and huge slabs of stone. From Ollantaytambo, you can take a 90-minute train ride to see Machu Picchu, Peru’s most well-known Inca ruin.
Rooms have wood floors, white walls, and fresh white linens. They’re bright and sunny and come with views of the gardens. The furnishings echo the hotel’s colonial vibe.
Black-out curtains ensure that you’ll get a good night’s sleep. Each room comes with cable TV, and Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel. The rooms also come with universal outlets for your convenience. Before you leave for the day, you can safely store your valuables in the safety deposit box.
The kitchen here elevates Andean ingredients like quinoa and potatoes with a creative gourmet menu. Lots of the ingredients come from the on-site organic garden. The bar has a cozy fireside lounge as well as outdoor seating.
There’s a large meeting hall and the hotel can set up beautiful cloth tents in the gardens for weddings and other formal events. The main colonial house is also available for events. If you’re looking for entertainment during your event, you can arrange to have locals perform traditional Andean ceremonies or folk dances. La Casona de Yucay also offers small group and private yoga classes.
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