Apu Lodge is a charming bed and breakfast with 8 rooms located at the base of Pinkaylluna, an ancient Incan ruin. It is a 5 minute walk down a cobblestone pedestrian street lined with a water babbling aqueduct, quiet and peaceful, away from the noise of the town square. There is no access for cars. Staff from the lodge assist with your luggage from the town square.
All rooms have stunning views of the town and surrounding mountains and are furnished with simple elegance. The comfortable beds have down duvets, most rooms have queen-sized beds, the modern bathrooms have excellent hot water and the walls feature artwork from local artists. The rooms and studios are suitable for single, double, twin, triple or family occupancy.
The guest’s lounge area offers wifi internet, book library, teas and filtered water available all day. Outside there are hammocks and chairs to relax in and spot the humming birds in the garden.
Your English-speaking host, Louise Norton, and her team strongly promotes sustainable tourism for the local communities and offers excellent advice to create a memorable Sacred Valley experience.
Hostal Kiswar is an Ollantaytambo hostel that boasts clean, stately rooms for very affordable prices. We are the only hostel in Ollantaytambo located directly on the central Plaza de Armas and in the original Incan city of Ollantaytambo. Hostal Kiswar is the perfect place to stay and experience the ancient Incan city of Ollantaytambo, the famous Ollantaytambo fortress and the rest of the Sacred Valley before continuing your journey to Machu Picchu.
Conveniently situated in the heart of the Sacred Valley at the Gateway to Machu Picchu lies historic Ollantaytambo, Peru and the recently constructed Hotel Sol. Alongside the rushing Patacancha river and with stunning views of the Incan fortress, Hotel Sol combines modern elegance with old world ambiance.
Large spacious rooms with modern bathrooms, the highest quality imported bedding, room service, ample open space and a riverside cafe are just a few of the amenities that make Hotel Sol the best choice for your Peru visit.
Hostal Andenes is owned and operated by Félix Calla, María Palomino and their children. We are a family who has been dedicated to the culture of Tourism in our village for the last 30 years and our hotel, located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas in the heart of the Living Inca City of Ollantaytambo, is an extension of our dedication.
Hostal Andenes is located near the train station to Machu Picchu, 2 minutes from the famous fortress of Ollantaytambo, and is at the point of departure of the Inca Trail that leads to the ruins of Machu Picchu. The hotel itself is decorated by two beautiful gardens visited (during non-sleeping hours) by delicate songbirds and flush with flowers and regional fruits, whose aromas permeate the premises. Our rooms are all newly renovated, with large windows, comfortable beds, elegant trappings, private bathrooms and hot water.
Guests are provided with discounted rates at our adjacent restaurant and tours of Ollantaytambo and the surrounding Sacred Valley.
Ccapac Inka Ollanta is Quechua for "inka rich." The name says what we offer a rich house where you can enjoy all the comforts and where you can relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. We have spacious rooms equipped with elegant bathrooms that allow visitors to enjoy the peace and quiet in their own private space. Here guests can relax and feel at home while they gaze out into the majestic Andes mountains.
El Albergue - Ollantaytambo Hotel
Ollantaytambo train station between Cusco & Machu Picchu
Originally opened in 1925 under the name of hotel Santa Rosa, El Albergue is a historic and romantic hotel, located in the Ollantaytambo train station little more than an hour away from Machu Picchu and the city of Cusco.
With only 16 rooms special detail is given to each and every one, resulting in an elegantly rustic style. Beautiful gardens visited by hummingbirds are engulfed by the aroma of fuchsia, passionflower, peaches and avocado trees which all adorn the early 20th century hotel. Step outside and catch the train to the spectacular ruins of Machu Picchu.
While you are at El Albergue you may spend your days visiting the Inca and Pre-Inca archeological sights of Ollantaytambo, Pisaq and Moray, river rafting and mountain biking, and enjoying the beauty and culture of the Andes.
Corner of the Alameda de Las Cien Ventanas / Pallpamccaro
SAMANAPAQ: Quechua for "Place for Rest". The name tells what we offer, a lodge where you can relax, spacious and comfortable facilities that allow visitors to enjoy everything: good beds, quiet, spacious rooms equipped with bathrooms, where guests can rest.
Also, visitors can walk the 3000 meters of green areas with native trees, orchards, and grassy areas complete with wild birds. They can also relax in the hammocks at the green area and if they want to attend the workshop to see the pottery production process of ceramics or participate actively in this process.