No Luxury Hotels in Pisac
http://www.melissa-wasi.com/english/index.html Located 2km from Pisac.Attractive lodge which also serves as a spiritual retreat offering ayahuasca ceremonies (a hallucinogenic drug derived from a jungle vine) from US$95..
www.cuzcovalle.com 10 minute walk uphill from Pisac's Plaza de Armas.A lovely family-run country house located a 10 minute walk uphill from the main Plaza in Pisac. Attractive location. from US$80..
Hotel Royal Inka Pisac Along the road from Pisac up to the ruins, about 500m out of Pisac http://www.royalinkahotel.pe/en/royal-inka-hotels/royal-inka-pisac This hotel is a converted hacienda with facilities including an indoor pool, jacuzzi, sauna, beauty and massage salon. Popular with tour groups. The friendly staff can also arrange tours and adventure activities such as horse riding and mountain biking, or even classes in wood carving or ceramics with local craftsmen. US$70
www.pisacinn.com Plaza de Armas, Pisac.Conveniently located right in the Plaza from US$74..
http://pazyluzperu.com/wp/ Located 1.5 km east of Pisac beside the River Urubamba (about a 25 minute walk from the main Plaza).It is certainly a peaceful spot, there are no roads here, surrounded by fields, river and mountains. The rooms are simple but comfortable and tastefully decorated. A communal room has a nice wood fire and dining table. This lodge is promoted as a "Spiritual Healing Centre". The owner, Dianne Dunn, is a North American who offers sessions in Andean Energy Healing, guided meditations, Reiki, yoga, massage, chiropractic, breath work. Journeys with the sacred plant medicine of San Pedro and Ayahuasca are also among the services offered. Dianne has also written a book "Cusco: The Gateway to Inner Wisdom" which is available in most bookshops in Cusco. US$73
La Rinconada km 2, Pisac can be booked through TripAdvisor or Booking.com from US$39..
Calle Intihuatana 114, Camino Ruinas, Pisac. No website from US$25 Located on the small street leading up to the ruins which can easily be hidden by stalls on market days. This local family are involved in the production of pottery and ceramics and have a workshop on site as well as a shop selling handicrafts. Good views from the hostal of Pisac ruins high up on the hill behind and also of the town and plaza below. Basic rooms set around a large patio and garden. Most of the rooms have shared bathrooms although there are a few with private bathrooms. Warm showers. Good budget option.
Avenida Federico Zamalloa 424, Pisac can be booked through TripAdvisor or Booking.com from US$38..
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