The South Amer­i­can coun­try of Peru is a pop­u­lar des­ti­na­tion thanks to its world-class attrac­tions and unique nature. In addi­tion to his­tor­i­cal mon­u­ments like the lost city of Machu Pic­chu and the ruins of Chan Chan, Peru is home to the spec­tac­u­lar cities of Lima and Are­quipa. Along the South Pacif­ic coast­line and in the Andean moun­tain resorts, Peru’s finest hotels are con­cen­trat­ed with world-class ser­vice. No mat­ter how you plan to spend your vaca­tion in South Amer­i­ca, be sure to stay overnight at one of these amaz­ing Peru hotels.

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Isla Suasi Hotel

On a pri­vate island a few steps from the shores of Lake Tit­i­ca­ca is the Isla Suasi hotel com­plex, built of stone in the tra­di­tion­al Peru­vian way. The small hotel has only 24 rooms, each of which has its own bal­cony over­look­ing the water. You can spend the whole day sip­ping cof­fee and cock­tails on the ter­race next to the lake, or plan an excit­ing lake tour to explore the cul­ture and scenery of the leg­endary Lake Tit­i­ca­ca.

Aranwa Sacred Valley Hotel

Right on the banks of the Rio Vil­can­o­ta is a 17th-cen­tu­ry hacien­da that now hous­es the Aran­wa Sacred Val­ley Hotel & Well­ness. This is one of the most unusu­al hotels in Peru, def­i­nite­ly wor­thy of atten­tion. Despite the fact that there are many attrac­tions in the sur­round­ing area, the hotel offers absolute­ly every­thing to ful­ly enjoy your hol­i­day with­out hav­ing to leave its ter­ri­to­ry. The com­plex has 4 restau­rants, an art gallery, a muse­um, a cin­e­ma and swim­ming pools. There is also a large spa area with incred­i­ble views, where you can relax and treat your­self to a pleas­ant mas­sage with reju­ve­nat­ing treat­ments.

Tambo del Inka Hotel in Peru

If you have plans to vis­it the Sacred Val­ley of the Incas, pay atten­tion to the beau­ti­ful Tam­bo del Inka Resort and Spa in the small town of Urubam­ba. The loca­tion of Tam­bo del Inka is one of the main advan­tages, over­look­ing the pic­turesque Chikun Moun­tains and the Vil­can­o­ta Riv­er. Near­by there is a cafe and the Plaza de Armas, where a vibrant nightlife is in full swing. The hotel has mar­ble bath­rooms, pri­vate bal­conies, a game room, a lux­u­ri­ous spa and a trendy Andean restau­rant inside serv­ing mod­ern Peru­vian cui­sine.

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Skylodge Adventure Hotel

If you want lux­u­ry accom­mo­da­tion and excit­ing adven­tures in one pack­age, then noth­ing is bet­ter than the Sky­lodge Adven­ture near Cus­co. This resort is unlike any­thing else in the world, because its rooms are com­plete­ly trans­par­ent cap­sules sus­pend­ed 300 meters from the bot­tom of the Sacred Val­ley of Peru. Of course, you will have to climb to the hotel room with the help of climb­ing equip­ment, and you will cer­tain­ly nev­er for­get such an expe­ri­ence. The views of the stars at night and the val­leys at the foot dur­ing the day are tru­ly breath­tak­ing.

Belmond Park Miraflores, Lima

Lima is the cap­i­tal of Peru and the coun­try’s largest city, so it’s no sur­prise that there are resorts like the Miraflo­res Bel­mond Park Hotel here. The hotel is housed in a lux­u­ri­ous build­ing next to the Lar­co­mar Shop­ping Cen­ter with incred­i­ble views of Lima. Guests can choose from rooms with win­dows over­look­ing the city of Lima, or with equal­ly impres­sive views of the Pacif­ic Ocean. After a gru­el­ing day of sight­see­ing and shop­ping, you can return to the hotel for a relax­ing mas­sage at the spa, a meal at one of the finest restau­rants, or sim­ply a dip in the pool.

Sumaq Machu Picchu

One of the most sought after hotels in Peru is Sumaq Machu Pic­chu. As its name sug­gests, the hotel is locat­ed just 20 min­utes from the archae­o­log­i­cal site of Machu Pic­chu. The hotel is inspired by the tra­di­tion­al Andean cross of four ele­ments: fire, water, earth and air. The hotel rooms are spa­cious and lux­u­ri­ous, and the restau­rant serves authen­tic Peru­vian dish­es. The best rooms have pri­vate bal­conies with breath­tak­ing views of the Urubam­ba Riv­er and the sur­round­ing moun­tains.

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Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica

Puer­to Mal­don­a­do is the city where the rivers Tam­bopa­ta and Madre de Dios meet. This is a very pop­u­lar stop­ping point for trav­el­ers in the Ama­zon and its rain­forests. Inkater­ra Reser­va Ama­zon­i­ca is the chicest choice for accom­mo­da­tion in the city, com­bin­ing sus­tain­able design and ameni­ties with absolute lux­u­ry. The resort con­sists of just 35 wood­en cot­tages, each inspired by the local cul­ture of Yese’Eya. You will def­i­nite­ly want a sus­pen­sion bridge along the tops of the trees, which allows guests to enjoy the bird­song, see the wildlife in all its glo­ry and real­ly become a part of this majes­tic pic­ture.

Hotel Katari, Arequipa

Hotel Katari is a sophis­ti­cat­ed accom­mo­da­tion option in Are­quipa. The city is known for its three vol­ca­noes and expres­sive archi­tec­ture. It’s hard to imag­ine a more per­fect loca­tion in Are­quipa than the Hotel Katari right on the Plaza de Armas. Its façade faces the impres­sive Cathe­dral of Are­quipa, offer­ing views of the vol­ca­noes in the back­ground. The inte­ri­or is fur­nished in a colo­nial style, with antique brick floors and alpaca wool. All of these ele­ments add a touch of his­toric opu­lence, mak­ing your stay in Are­quipa tru­ly unfor­get­table.

Casa Cartagena, Cusco

Cus­co is a very pop­u­lar des­ti­na­tion in Peru due to the vari­ety of colo­nial archi­tec­ture and prox­im­i­ty to Machu Pic­chu. For a direct explo­ration of the vibrant colo­nial project, stay overnight at the styl­ish Casa Carta­ge­na. It is in an authen­tic colo­nial house, just a short walk from Cus­co’s main attrac­tions. Among them are the ruins of the 15th-cen­tu­ry Qurikan­cha Tem­ple and the 16th-cen­tu­ry Cuz­co Cathe­dral. The hotel per­fect­ly cap­tures the old-world colo­nial atmos­phere, but all the ameni­ties are com­plete­ly mod­ern. It has every­thing from an indoor pool to free Wi-Fi for guests.

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Hotel Paracas in Peru

Along the south coast of Peru lies the Para­cas, a stun­ning nature reserve with fan­tas­tic beach­es and access to neigh­bor­ing islands. The Para­cas Hotel is the best place to stay in the area, offer­ing five-star lux­u­ry and an ide­al loca­tion right by the water. All guests of the Para­cas Hotel can use either of the two pools, soak in the spa, or dine at one of the two fine local restau­rants.

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo

This sophis­ti­cat­ed hotel in Peru is locat­ed close to Machu Pic­chu Sta­tion. Absolute­ly lux­u­ri­ous style of the hotel clear­ly pre­serves the influ­ence of the envi­ron­ment. The rooms are dec­o­rat­ed in a rus­tic style, form­ing a com­mu­ni­ty of small build­ings instead of one large struc­ture. The two restau­rants in the hotel are def­i­nite­ly worth a vis­it. The first restau­rant is a charm­ing thatched café by the Vil­can­o­ta Riv­er, while the sec­ond is a glam­orous glass-walled restau­rant over­look­ing the Urubam­ba Riv­er. The hotel’s vil­las offer five-star ser­vice and ser­vices such as but­ler ser­vice, pri­vate pools and pri­vate ter­races.