A Luxury Collection Destination, Peru
Surrounded by the magnificent Andes Mountain Range, Peru’s Sacred Valley tells stories of ancient civilizations and dramatic natural beauty. From Machu Picchu’s ruins to internationally influential culinary traditions to awe-inspiring outdoor adventures, the region has captured imaginations for millennia.
A major holiday throughout Peru, the Feast of the Three Kings (Adoración de Reyes Magos) has one of its largest celebrations in neighboring Ollantaytambo, including folk dancing and bull-running.
The Sacred Valley puts an Andean spin on the lead-up to Lent, with most towns hosting parades, traditional cultural performances, parties, and more.
Urubamba’s only major festival, held in honor of a holy cross erected several centuries ago, is celebrated with several days of bullfights, street parties, live music, traditional dancing, and more.
Spring is a popular time for festivals in the Sacred Valley, and this celebration held in the neighboring village of Ollantaytambo is emblematic of the area’s multicultural traditions.
Using organic ingredients grown on site or by neighboring farmers, this modern, fine-dining restaurant creates innovative dishes that draw on traditional Incan culinary techniques.
Select your own fresh, organic, and seasonal ingredients from our garden for our chefs to incorporate into the evening’s menu.
Soaring wood columns and floor-to-ceiling windows incorporate the Sacred Valley’s natural beauty into the hotel’s casually elegant bar, which serves old-world cocktails and traditional snacks.
No trip to Peru would be complete without a taste of the country’s famous spirit: Pisco. Relax on our outdoor terrace with our signature cocktail, the Grand Kiri, made with pisco, Grand Marnier, orange juice, and grenadine.
Scale the steep cliff faces that surround Pachar, a small town between Urubamba and Ollantaytambo, and soak up the panoramic views from the top.
Heal your body, mind, and soul at the Spa at Tambo del Inka, which uses indigenous Incan ingredients Ð including cocoa and quinoa Ð grown in the hotel gardens in its treatments.
Sample the traditional flavors of the Andes at Hawa Restaurant, serving Incan cuisine made with organic ingredients grown on-property or by local farmers.
Take a dip in the indoor-outdoor infinity pool, which overlooks the scenic Vilcanota River and surrounding hotel gardens, full of indigenous plants and herbs for the spa.