Tambo del Inka Sacred Valley

Tambo del Inka Sacred Valley

One of the most luxurious properties in the Sacred Valley, boasting a wide range of guest services, stunning Inca-inspired architecture, and superlative Andean cuisine. This is the ideal location to acclimatise for a couple of days en route to Machu Picchu.

This resort-style hotel is spread over a series of pavilions. The architecture of Tambo del Inka takes its cue from the rough-hewn stone walls found at many Inca sites.

Inside are lofty ceilings with polished wooded beams, Incaic motifs, and an impressive stone fireplace in the lobby. Large windows afford views of the nearby mountains and manicured lawns that surround the complex.

There’s a stylish spa offering cocoa, mud, and quinoa facials, a swimming pool with outdoor and indoor areas, and a games room with a pool table. 

Warm tones adorn the bedrooms. All have balconies with garden or mountain views, marble bathrooms (with shower and bath), plush robes and Gilchrist & Soames toiletries, Wi-Fi, televisions, iPod docks, and mini-bars.

Hawa, the contemporary Andean restaurant, resembles a high-ceilinged stonewalled barn and serves refined versions of local dishes such as quinoa soup, guinea pig, and alpaca, plus outstanding ceviches. The waiting staff are charming.

The buffet breakfast includes a selection of fresh fruit, cured meats and croissants, smoothies, and fresh juices, as well as a honeycomb panel and natural yogurt provided by a local community dairy. 

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