Surrounded by 100 acres with mountains towering behind, the Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba is located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas in between Cusco and Machu Picchu. Twelve rooms in the main house and 24 casitas offer breathtaking views of the valley at this restful retreat.
Stay warm at Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba with handmade wool blankets in the Owners Quarters rooms and suites. Each accommodation is decorated in neutral earth tones and takes inspiration from the Andean culture with woodwork furniture and Inca masks. A stay in the house’s upper floor offers panoramic views of the mountains beyond and the fields surrounding the property. Sip on a coffee on the terrace of the Urubamba Suites. The 24 stand alone Urubamba Casitas have fireplaces and terraces where guests can step out to take in the fresh mountain air.
The organic farm provides ingredients like red and black quinoa, purple corn, and potatoes which are used to prepare fresh and regional meals served in the Dining Room. Sample wines from the finest vineyards of Peru and local brandy at the bar. A candle-lit dinner is enjoyed in the cellar and attended to by a private butler.
Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba promotes sustainable practices to ensure the protection of the region’s biodiversity. Pick your own produce and herbs at the 10-acre organic plantation on-site, which are farmed with hand tools and oxen. Take walk through the local trails at sunset while a guide highlights the importance of astronomy in this region. At night, lie on a colorful blanket on the front lawn and gaze up at the stars.
Discover the hawks and hummingbirds of the valley on another guided excursion or take a class on how to craft a traditional drink once consumed by the Inca nobility from corn and brown sugar. A visit to the local villages gives guests a chance to learn about weaving that has taken place here for centuries.
For outdoor adventure, the area around Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba is the perfect place for horseback riding or rafting down a wild river. The Hacienda sits on the Andean foothills which are home to pumas and wildcats. A hike up into the mountains provides stunning views of the small villages that dot the green valley below.Request Information