Machu Picchu may be considered one of the updated Wonders of the World but, while you are in Peru why not experience what the rest of what Peru has to offer? Machu Picchu has been in ruins for hundreds of years so it will still be there whenever you get another chance to visit Peru: take this golden opportunity to get to know the rest of this amazingly diverse country with its desert and jungle, high plains and mountains, rainy season and blistering sunshine.
Machu Picchu Hotels
However, if you do choose the Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel, close to the Machu Picchu Pueblo Railway Station or La Casona Hotel, the painstakingly renovated Colonial manor house at Inkaterra; the Rainforest Lodge, or the Reserva Amazonica – you will be in for a treat. These are some of the best Peru hotels and truly a joy for guests to enjoy. For visiting the nearby archaeological site, one of the better choices of Peru hotels is the Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel which is located close to the Machu Picchu Pueblo Railway Station.
This is a more convenient location than the Lodge next to the ruins which is easy enough to reach with busses that whizz you up to Machu Picchu in no more than 15 minutes. The rooms here are comfortable and are set in extensive gardens, all beautifully chic with nice shower facilities en suite. The staff members are all very friendly and helpful, there is good food served in the restaurant and, for an after dinner stroll, there are excellent nature trails laid out within grounds
Reserva Amazonica Lodge
Within the sounds of the Madre de Dios River and amidst the symphony or, at times, cacophony of tropical birdsong you will be able to relax at this beautiful hotel, one of the Peru hotels that are particularly keen on maintaining the environment and providing an unsurpassed home for such biodiversity that you will find yourself living amongst during your stay. Even the restaurant pavilion where you will be served the most divine gastronomic cuisine is a work of art in its own right, modelled around the trunk of a strangler fig tree.
You may only be staying at Inkaterra, but in terms of civilisation, you could be a million miles away! This unique of all Peru hotels provides exceptional customer-focused attention, despite there being no air conditioning. If you come to Reserva Amazonica Lodge you can expect to become involved in watching the 6am bird call, hikes alongside the Madre de Dios River and even the odd night hiking – as well as so much more!
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