Discover Peru with the Orient Express Hotel Collection

- Melanie Zieba,

Scattered throughout Peru, Orient-Express offers a collection of hotels beyond the conventions of today’s luxury travel. These luxury hotels in Peru capture the local culture and environment, creating a truly authentic South American experience.

Hotel Monasterio

Originally built as a monastery in 1592, Hotel Monasterio lies in the heart of the historic city of Cuzco high in the Andes. Cuzco is surrounded by nature and is the perfect place to stay if you want to explore the ancient ruins at Machu Picchu by train, a breathtaking three-hour ride from the town through the countryside.

Each of the 128 rooms is decorated to combine the best of both modern and traditional Spanish colonial styles.

Las Casitas del Colca

Las Casitas del Colca in southern Peru is the perfect place to remind you of the simple pleasures in life. It’s situated in the stunning Colca Canyon.

Las Casitas del Colca offers 20 individual casitas giving supreme privacy and exclusivity, perfect for a romantic getaway. Decorated in the local style, rooms emphasize such luxurious features as private terraces and heated plunge pools.

For food lovers, this property offers Andean à la carte dining. Meals are created using the fresh herbs and vegetables from their onsite farm.

Miraflores Park Hotel

Known for its breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean, the Miraflores Park Hotel is located in the Malécon de la Reserva in Lima. Peru’s capital is one of the most interesting cities in South America – a potent mix of colonial architecture, superb museums, Inca gold and antiquities, and glamorous shops.

Specially conceived for business travelers, this 82-room hotel offers corporate rates, state of the art business facilities and excellent personalized services for every demanding need.

Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge

The eco-friendly Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge is located within the Sanctuary of the Inca citadel, Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Incas, and is the perfect place to stay for exploring the wealth of cultural, social, historical and natural attractions in the area.
The Sanctuary reflects the casual atmosphere of its surroundings, and features two suites and 29 rooms, 12 of which have the most amazing view of the mountains.

Fine chefs provide guests at the Lodge with a choice of international cuisine and Andean specialties in the hotel’s airy, sunlit restaurant.

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  1. Must stay at the Machu Picchu Sanctuary next time i’m in Peru look s fab!