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Belmond Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge

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Belmond Sanctuary Lodge Machu Picchu

 

Address: next to the entrance to Machu Picchu Ruins

Rating:  "deluxe lodge"

Telephone: (+51 84) 211038

Web: www.belmond.com/sanctuary-lodge-machu-picchu

  

     

Rates 2015
Superior Room (King) Superior Room (Twin) Deluxe Mountain View (King) Deluxe Mountain View with terrace Presidential Suite
from US$1127.50 (full board) from US$1127.50 (full board) US$1353 (full board) US$1595 (full board) US$1980 (full board)

Room rates include 10% service charge, Full board (buffet breakfast, a la carte lunch and dinner)

  

Description

The Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge is the only hotel located adjacent to the ruins of Machu Picchu. All of the other hotels can be found down in the Vilcanota Valley in the town of Aguas Calientes. The hotel was built in the 1970s and was state run until it was privatized in 1995. The hotel is now owned by the Belmond chain of hotels (formerly Orient Express Hotels) who also own Hotel Monasterio in Cusco and run the railway between Cusco and Machu Picchu (PeruRail) as well as many luxury hotels worldwide. The hotel was refurbished in 2001 and upgraded from a 3 star hotel to a "deluxe lodge". The hotel now has 29 rooms (10 of which have preferential views) and 2 suites although none of the rooms have direct views of the actual ruins themselves. As you would expect, all of the rooms are comfortable and well equipped, but it is the unique location that you are really paying for. There are 2 restaurants, one serving a la carte dishes and the other serving a fantastic buffet selection which is also open to the public 11.30am till 3pm (buffet cost around US$30 per person). The room rates are ridiculously overpriced but then it is the only hotel next to the ruins and its nearly always full so book well in advance.

"Comfortable, good service" - South American Handbook.

   

Services

All rooms equipped with private bathrooms, cable TV, VCR, mini bar and safety deposit box.

Laundry facilities available

Restaurant (Peruvian and international cuisine)

Snack Bar

Orchid garden

  

     
     
   
     

   

 

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Tour Operators in Peru * Overseas Tour Operators * Mountain Biking * Rafting * Climbing * Bird Watching

TREKKING IN PERU: Classic Inca Trail / Short Inca Trail / Salkantay / Ausangate / Lares / Choquequirao / Vilcabamba / Huaraz 

DESTINATION GUIDE: Lima / Cusco / Machu Picchu / Sacred Valley  / Arequipa / Puno / Huaraz / Nazca / Iquitos / Manu / Tambopata

RECOMMENDED HOTELS: Lima / Cusco / Machu Picchu / Sacred Valley / Arequipa / Puno / Huaraz / Nazca / Iquitos / Jungle Lodges

  

    

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