Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba in Peru

These are the top 10 luxury hotels to book in Peru

If a private peninsula on the shores of Lake Titicaca doesn’t tempt you, we’re not sure what will.

From stylish Belmond’s in Lima and Cusco to jungle casitas in the Cloud Forest and secluded lodges along Lake Titicaca; Peru is the gift that keeps on giving. Well connected, and well-travelled, our Peru Travel Experts have been busy exploring every corner of the country, to share with you their pick of the best luxury hotels in Peru, and the itinerary that fits perfectly alongside it. Think ancient hiking paths, foodie tours and Inca ruins. But please; let us know what you like and what you don’t, and we’ll create a bespoke route just for you.

Sol y Luna in the Sacred Valley

Sol y Luna in the Sacred Valley, Peru

Stay deep in the Sacred Valley at Sol y Luna, Peru

Romantically remote and the perfect location for exploring Peru’s Sacred Valley, Sol y Luna in Urubamba is among our favourite Peruvian hideaways. Leading in the fight for sustainability, hotel owners Petit and Franz have long-run environment and community initiatives at Sol y Luna, and in 2009 opened their very own on-site school to give back to the local community. Financed by the hotel’s profits, Sol y Luna Intercultural School currently provides education to 185 children of the Sacred Valley including their own children Thomas and Melanie. Before you leave, we’ll arrange a visit here so you can see first hand how these amazing initiatives are changing young lives. 

Stay here: And paraglide over the Sacred Valley on our 16-night adventure through Brazil and Peru.

Belmond Miraflores Park in Lima

Balmy balconies for gazing at Pacific views, grand marble bathrooms for pampering and plush bedding for slumping; in true Belmond style, Miraflores Park in Lima welcomes you in warmly. Once settled, meet your Peruvian foodie guide for a gourmet tour of Lima to sample some of Peru’s traditional dishes. Don’t worry, we’ll make sure you’re lead to the best Ceviche spot in town to try the national fish dish. Feeling brave? Grab a board and surf the wild waves.

Stay here: And join local chef Ignacio Barros for a private cooking class, as part of our Peru Tasting Notes itinerary.

Titilaka Hotel in Peru

Titilaka Lodge, Peru

Titilaka Lodge on the shores of Lake Titicaca

Straddling the shores of the world’s highest lake, Titilaka Lodge on Lake Titicaca is the perfect introduction to this stunning region. With windows larger than life, opt for the dawn room to rise early and catch the sun crawl over the lake; and as night closes in, gaze at the star lit-sky from the comfort of your bed. For something a little unusualbut certainly unforgettablewe’ll whisk you away via boat on a day trip to the Uros Floating Islands. Made from layers of totora reed and home to indigenous communities, you’ll learn ancient reed weaving traditions and meet the Taquile and Copamaya communities.

Stay here: And find out everything you need to know about our luxury tours to Lake Titicaca here.

Colonial Casa Andina in Arequipa

Among the lesser-known cities of Peru, but easily the most beautiful; Arequipa, or the ‘White City’ is one of Peru’s most underrated cities. Framed by three volcanoes and tucked away on a quiet streetbut still within the bustleCasa Andina acts as the perfect pairing. A colonial 1794 mansion-turned-hotel, Casa Andina is everything we want in a luxury hotel in Arequipa; classic, authentic and colonial. Need we say much more?

Stay here: And wander down Arequipa’s cobblestone streets on our 13-night itinerary through cultural Peru.

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Swim and stargaze on the beaches of Mancora at KiChic Hotel

Lying on the northeast coast of Peru, KiChic (the clue’s in the name) in Mancora is the ultimate boho beachside retreat. Spend your days kitesurfing and ocean rafting, and your evenings, feasting on fresh red tuna and grilled octopus at KiChic’s fish bar. Dedicate one night to a private film viewing at the hotel’s outdoor cinema – but don’t blame us when your attention is drawn to the stars instead as they dance against the midnight sky.

Stay here: On our 13-night ultimate Peru itinerary, uncovering the country’s best bits.

Remote and romantic: Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba in the Sacred Valley

If there’s one thing to take away from Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba it would be the hypnotic views, remote location and 12 alluring casitas; okay that’s three, but you get the gist. Plonked in the heart of the Sacred Valley between Cusco and Machu Picchu, you’ll be in perfect stead to check out Huayoccari’s archaeological Incan ruins and head out on guided horseriding excursions through the rocky valley. Back at Inkaterra, hunker down in front of the log fire and stargaze from your veranda.

Stay here: On our delicious Tasting Notes itinerary, touring the Amazon, Sacred Valley, Cusco and Lima.

Colca Canyon in Peru

Colca Canyon in Peru

Stay at Colca Lodge in one of the world’s deepest canyons 

In the heart of Colca Valley along the meandering riverbanks, Colca Lodge Spa & Hot Springs is a breath of fresh air. And quite frankly a shut off from the real world. Head out with our best Colca Canyon guide to discover the beautiful hiking and horse-riding routes before returning to Colca’s eco-spa in the evening. Slip into the natural hot springs and spend the night stargazing with a pisco sour or lemonade. 

Stay here: And keep an eye out for Colca Valley’s full-time residents; the Andean Condor.

Live like royalty at Belmond Palacio Nazarenas in Cusco

Lovingly restored from a 16th-century convent to one of Cusco’s most luxurious hotels; each room at the Belmond Palacio Nazarenas has kept its colonial charm through lavish four-poster beds, embroidered silk throws and hand-painted frescoes. In-between candlelit dinners at Senzo in-house restaurant, tour Cusco with our expert guide to get off the classic tourist track and explore the Incan wonders. 

Stay here: On a 10-night cultural tour through Ecuador, The Galapagos and Peru.

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel, Peru

Immerse yourself in art and elegance at Hotel B in Lima

Lima’s first art boutique hotel; Hotel B in the trendy Barranco neighbourhood, is the stylish city retreat of 2020. Give us the nod and we’ll hook you up with a private viewing of B’s in-house art collection before brunch on the sunny, fig-scented patio. Housing just 18 rooms, each has its own unique nuances; think grand four-poster beds, freestanding bathtubs and vintage armoires. And you haven’t even left the hotel yet.

Stay here: In Peru’s colonial capital on this 13-night trail through the country’s most charming areas.

Stay deep in the Cloud Forest at Inkaterra Machu Picchu

A 20-minute ride from Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel and you’ll wind up at magical Machu Picchu, ready to suss out the 15th-century Inca ruins. Armed with our on-the-ground guide and Professor of Anthropology to quiz every step of the way, you’ll skip the crowds and creep to the perfect viewpoint for sunrise over the citadel. Back at Inkaterra deep in Peru’s Cloud Forest, bury yourself in 12 acres of exotic fauna and put your wildlife skills to test with 200+ bird species on your doorstep. 

Stay here: Before a flight over Bolivia and Paraguay to check out the impressive Iguaçu Falls in Brazil.

Tempted to travel to Peru?

Now you’ve sussed out the best hotels in Peru, we’ll start to create your bespoke itinerary. Whether it’s Lima, Cusco, The Sacred Valley or Lake Titicaca, we can easily pair Peru with one of our other much-loved destinations. Head to our Peru page to see where it could take you.