Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel

The 83 casitas make up an intimate Andean village set amongst 12 acres of cloud forest

A member of National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World

Perfectly located for Machu Picchu, it is possible for guests to walk the Inca Trail on a one-day trip from here

Facilities at Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel

Boutique Shop
Kids Club
Swimming Pool

When to go to Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel


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There are 83 Casitas at Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel. These are split across a variety of categories, some with fireplaces, some with heated plunge pools and outdoor showers. Exposed beams and natural materials are a feature throughout and the overall effect is one of homeliness and comfort. Décor is simple with a rustic chic style and splashes of colour added by the cheerful Andean and tartan alpaca blankets. All of the en-suite bathrooms are spacious and have both indoor and outdoor showers as well as a bathtub. 

There are two dining options at the hotel, the more formal main dining room which offers fashion cuisine using local products such as trout, alpaca meat and local cheeses and accompanied by a wonderful New World wine list. Alternatively for more casual fare there is the Café Inkaterra which looks out over the railway line and is open all day, offering a variety of Peruvian staples and fresh produce. 

With Machu Picchu right on your doorstep, Inkaterra Machu Picchu Hotel is a wonderful option for anyone wishing to explore the Inca's Lost City. The hotel and it's casitas make up a beautiful intimate Andean village amongst 12 acres of forest mountainside, just across from Machu Picchu Pueblo train station. This is 2,020 meters above sea level and 70 miles from the City of Cusco which is 3.5hrs by train. It is possible for guests to head out from the hotel and walk the Inca Trail in one-day, taking time to explore the archeological remains and returning to the hotel by bus. Set it it's 12 acres of forest the hotel stands apart from Aquas Calientes, the town closest to Machu Picchu. It is just a five minute walk into town which is a bustling little place with souvenir stalls to be explored as well as the hot springs it is named after. 

This is a real nature retreat described as 'The Garden of Eden' by Condé Nast Traveller. The property is essentially a village, surrounded by beautiful nature and guests can revel in the incredible sense of spirituality and peace to be found here. It is a sustainable resort and eco-lovers will be thrilled to discover the organic produce used by the restaurant and the spring water pond for swimming in. 5

The buses to Machu Picchu depart every 15 minutes throughout the day, starting before dawn and the last bus returns at 5.30pm.


Readers' Choice Awards 2017

  • The Best Hotels in the World #15
  • Top Hotels in South America #3


Children under 12 stay for free at Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel. Maximum two children per casita when sharing with one or two adults. 

There are a variety of special offers available at Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel at certain times of year including long stay offers and discount offers when booked in conjunction with two of more of it's sister properties. 

Nature Walk
Orchid Trail
Bird Watching
Tea Plantation Tour
Twilight Walks
Spa Treatments
Spectacle Bear Conservation Project
Visit Machu Picchu Citadel
Museum Market
Putukusi Mountain
Wanna Picchu Mountain
Apu Machu Picchu
Native Farm
Sundowner picnics
Wine Tasting