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Last 5 reviews
Impeccable Service, Beautiful Surrounds
We had a wonderful stay, unfortunately we would have loved to have stayed longer. Best cuisine in Peru AND our waiter, Diego, was a standout! I can't praise and say enough about this young man who made our experience 6 star. He's a credit to hospitality and may he go far in his career. Highly recommend Inkaterra Pueblo for everything, the room, the hot springs, beautiful landscape, food and above all, service. Thanks for making our stay a standout. (PS Thank you Diego!)
This was a wonderful property, nestled in the rainforest (we understand they landscaped it to be that way). Rooms were large as was the bathroom and shower. The restaurant was excellent - many traditional Peruvian dishes offered, and they were delicious. Breakfast menu and buffet were expansive. Bar/wine prices seemed a bit steep. Loved the nature/birding/orchid garden tours. Downtown A.C. easily accessible. Note, this not a good place for disabled individuals - many stone steps to move around the property, and to even access the property. Wonderful location to stay and explore this end of the Sacred Valley and of Machu Picchu. I would definitely stay there again.
This hotel was probably decent back in 1975 but it’s aged out and needs a makeover. The rooms smell of mold. The staff are lacking in basic training and service skills. It was really disappointing that we had just left a sister property that was flawless.
One Night at Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo
Unfortunately we only spend one night but we had a wonderful dinner, breakfast and lunch. The hot tub in the evening was also very enjoyable. Just when you go out be careful as you are near the jungle take mosquito repellent with you. The hotel provides that for you in your room. Just make sure that when you get there that they do not give you a room overlooking the railroad as it gets noisy very early in the morning.
A haven in the rain forest
This is such a special property. Our room was nestled in the trees--almost like a tree house. It has a rustic feel which was so appropriate given the setting. Be sure to take advantage of the nature trails and talks. There are many (many) species of orchids as well as some fabulous birds to see. It is located right in town by the train station though it feels as if you are in the middle of the jungle. Our room was spacious though the lighting was a bit dim. Then again, you're not dressing for black tie here. Having natural bug repellent as an amenity was a nice touch (though it worked for some of us but not others). The food in the restaurant was good (if not the best on our trip). The staff was always pleasant and helpful. Israel and Dennis (?) were particularly good as nature guides. I was the only one to show up for a bird walk on a rainy morning and they persevered. I felt that they were really committed to the environment. The shop is terrific. They had some of the best quality products we saw on our trip. And be sure to check out the bar by the railroad tracks.
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