Perched at water’s edge and taking full advantage of its privileged location on the Puno area of Lake Titicaca, the Casa Andina Puno enjoys extraordinary views. The hotel’s restaurant is enclosed by a glass wall framing the lake and gardens; and a large, sunny terrace invites guests to contemplate Lake Titicaca’s seemingly endless expanse. Unique among Puno hotels, oxygen is available in all rooms (a bonus for guests having difficulty adapting to the high altitude). The Casa Andina Puno is built with rustic local materials, including stone, wood and clay tiles, while stone fireplaces warm the lobby.
Built completely of stone, mud bricks and thatch roofs, Colca Lodge is located in the heart of the Valley, next to the Colca River, in the midst of ancestral farming terraces. With a particular architecture style inspired by the ancient Inca buildings, Colca Lodge has been able to combine attractive rustic style with total comfort — without damaging the surrounding environment.
Restored to its original grandeur, this colonial mansion is one of the finest hotels in Arequipa’s historic center — and is as much living museum as it is hotel. Inhabiting the 1794 former Casa de la Moneda (Mint House) — a National Historic Monument, the Casa Andina Arequipa has been meticulously restored and remodeled. The hotel features high vaulted ceilings, two ample colonial courtyards, and an elegant gourmet restaurant. The lengthy restoration unearthed numerous surprises, including original frescoes, reliefs and even a chapel long hidden from view. During your stay, enjoy free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.
The charming Posada del Inca EcoLodge is located at the top of the Sun Island and surrounded by pastoral sceneries and the majesty of the snowed peaks of the Andes. This old restored Hacienda has 20 rooms, all with modern facilities: electric blankets, private bath, hot water, individual heating, restaurant and the most breathtaking panorama of the Sacred Lake Titicaca. All rooms are decorated with rustic furniture and restored antiques, keeping the old style of the construction.
Inspired by native Amazon design, the 35 private thatched roof cabañas of the Reserva Amazonica combine natural materials with contemporary amenities. Four cabaña options are offered, creating the most luxurious of all lodges in the Peruvian Amazon. Each of the comfortable wooden cabañas is divided into three integrated areas, topped by a high thatched-palm roof. Bedrooms have two twin beds canopied with mosquito netting, outfitted with 100% cotton sheets and hypoallergenic pillows. Bathrobes and Andean rubber slippers are supplied for your comfort. The open plan bathroom comes with closets, independent shower and toilet, hot water, large towels, and a complete set of ecologically friendly toiletries. The screened siesta area invites relaxation, with two hammocks, comfortable wooden chairs and a side table. Each cabaña is equipped with umbrellas, flashlights, kerosene lamps for lighting, a central ceiling ventilator and an electric outlet.