We accommodate our guests in Sol y Luna hotel Relais & Chateaux in cozy ‘casita’ houses made of local stone and decorated individually. Gardens filled with flora native to the Sacred Valley surround each of these forty-three private sanctuaries and all face the Andes Mountains where the Incas believed their gods dwelled.
Sol y Luna hotel profits as well as the generosity of guests, friends and benefactors, wholly finances the Sol y Luna Association which pursues inclusion and equality through education for the children of the Sacred Valley along with sustainable work opportunities for local families.
Each of these forty-three casitas is surrounded by gardens filled with flora native to the Sacred Valley and all face the Andes Mountains where the Incas believed their gods dwelled.
Within each private sanctuary, an outdoor terrace leads into the high ceilinged living space with terra cotta tile floors, Peruvian textiles and some of our favorite Sacred Valley artifacts, Spanish colonial style furniture, a plump king size bed or two double beds made with goose feather duvets and top quality Peruvian pima cotton sheets, and a spacious marble bathroom with deep soak bathtub, just as you might have at home.
Contemporary interpretations of Sacred Valley’s rustic culinary traditions and refined Cusqueña cuisine incorporate the produce of our organic farming neighbors as well as the chef’s discoveries in the Peruvian jungles and along the Amazon.
Housed within Sol y Luna’s Wayra ranch and open to the public, our relaxed day into evening eatery was built for three simple purposes: to eat, to drink and to love.
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Sunlight streams into our intimate yet utterly comfortable circular casitas made of local stone, terra cotta and adobe brick, surrounded by the entrancing Sacred Valley landscape so revered by the Incas. This casita has marble-tiled bathroom, temperature heating, private terrace, eruvian pyma cotton bed linen, toiletries, lush gardens, telephone, safebox, coffee table books, bathrobes and sleepers and duvets.
Each handcrafted object within these private domains relates to the spirited people, magnificent places and rich history of the Sacred Valley. This casita has porch, lounge area, private terraces, minibar, fireplace, safebox, our collection of sheet sets are made with 100% high-count Peruvian Pyma cotton, goose down duvets and pillows, BOSE surround sound system with IPOD, marble bathroom, double vanity and amenities L’occitane, bathrobe and slippers made on the finest cotton, LCD TV with satellite channels, heated floors and walk -in closet.
Each offers under floor heating and a wood-burning fireplace for turning our most luxurious accommodations at Sol y Luna into hearth and home. Murals festooned with angels and animals of Peru are matched by hand loomed textiles of Cusco’s rich weaving traditions in these exceptional residences.
This casita has porch and entrance hall, separate living area, private terraces with Jacuzzi, minibar, 02 wood-burning fireplaces, safebox, our collection of sheet sets are made with 100% high-count Peruvian Pyma cotton, goose down duvets and pillows, BOSE surround sound system with IPOD, marble bathroom, double vanity and amenities, bathrobe and slippers made on the finest cotton, 02 LCD TVs with satellite channels, under floor heating and walk -in closet.
Rooms number: 43
Food and drinks: Restaurant and bar
The prices are expressed in American dollars per room and per night of accommodation. They do not include IGV (for Peruvians or residents).
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