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Reviewed 8 September 2011

This the kind of 7 stars hotel officialy 3-4 stars. Everybody loves this location.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with family
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Thank PeruTourism
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Reviewed 5 September 2011

Visiting Machu Picchu we decided to stay in Agua Caliente for a few days. It was winter and at the Inkaterra we welcomed the log fires in the evening and the absence of mosquitos. On arrival we received a cool towels and drinks then made our way to the the slightly dated wooden garden rooms which we loved as they were full of character and charm. Natural bath products and potions abounded and flip flops, recycled from tyres, made us feel we were doing our bit for the environment. Here electricity is used economically so we were limited to one electric heater per room, but the many blankets compensated ( although I would have preferred a duvet ..believe me it was cold at night!) During the day however it was very warm and the teenagers swam in the fresh water pool and lounged in the hot tubs.The setting is truly magical with streams and humming birds everywhere. We wandered through the cloud forest which also forms part of the garden, and followed paths which lead to surprises like the tea plantation or the herb garden. Beautiful breakfasts and dinners were served in a wonderful glass conservatory...our only problem was with one very surly waitress who served afternoon tea! Otherwise the staff were very helpful .We would definitely stay here again.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled with family
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Thank joturner
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Reviewed 1 September 2011

All the staff at the Inkaterra Pueblo Hotel welcome you warmly and nothing is too much trouble; “Can I light a fire for you in your room?”, “Have you enjoyed your free Pisco Sour yet?” Hot water bottles were provided each night. The hotel and it's extensive grounds are beautiful, the casitas and hotel rooms are decorated very stylishly and the food is excellent. This is one of the best hotels my husband and I have ever visited. Another hotel owner that we talked to later in our trip told us this is the best hotel in Peru!

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank Ruesley
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Reviewed 1 September 2011

Unfortunately, this hotel tries to get extras money out of you by asking for donations for a spectacled bear conservation program in return for getting a look at bears they have in captivity. The spectacled bear is an endangered species and two of the bears have been held in cages at the hotel for 10 years even though the program touts reintroduction of the bears into their habitat as an objective. As an animal lover, I was so dismayed by this (and their lack of responsiveness to my questions about their plans to reintroduce the bears) that I will never book this hotel again. Even though, otherwise, it's a nice hotel with decent service and accomodations.

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled with friends
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7  Thank Sonia T
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Reviewed 31 August 2011

This was our third stop in Peru. We enjoyed out stay and would recommend the hotel. The beds were very comfortable which was an important detail after hiking Machu Picchu. The setting is beautiful and I wish we could have spent one more night.

Although, the restaurant was noisy, the service was terrific and the food enjoyable.

The only downside, we missed the sunrise on Machu Picchu as it took an hour to get door to gates. We were on line for bus at 5:45. Recommend a 4:30 wake up to get to mountain early if that's important to you.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with family
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2  Thank adventurefamilyfive
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