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Luxury Lodging at Sol Y LunaUrubamba, Peru

When you want to explore the famous Sacred Valley while enjoying the finer aspects of life, check in to one of Sol Y Luna's 43 casita-syle rooms, built from local materials and splashed with Federico Bauer’s colourful artwork.

Explore 10 hectares of lush gardens brimming with butterflies and hummingbirds, before heading to the property’s edge. Here you’ll find the stable complex, home to Peruvian Paso horses that can be taken out for a ride, but also perform for guests enjoying a meal at the Wayra restaurant.

Stroll into the village and visit the lively market, organise a trip to Salineras de Maras (the local salt mines) or catch the train from nearby Ollantaytambo to Machu Picchu.

  • Walk-in closet
  • Private terrace (with hot tub, if you’re lucky!)
  • Living room
  • Marble bath
  • Fireplace
  • Flat-screen TVs with satellite
  • Wi-fi
  • Sound system
  • Minibar
  • Safe

Rooms from around US$350 a night, including breakfast.

Sol Y Luna Lodge & Spa
hotelsolyluna.com

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