Aranwa Sacred Valley Hotel & Wellness
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAranwa Sacred Valley Hotel & Wellness Urubamba
Wonderful modern hotel- perfect in every way except still asking you to put toilet paper in a bin, however!
Most scenic setting by river under mountains, with church in the grounds, lovely gardens and pools, but amazingly early checkout time of 9am. This must be a world record!
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Amerys travels from the Sacred Valley, Peru
We rode the train back down to Ollantaytambo in what is known as the Sacred Valley, and to our next hotel. And what a hotel!
This is a sister hotel to the Aranwa Hotel in Cusco we raved about, but this one is very modern indeed, except for the preserved church in its grounds. http …
... were better to the workers than other empires, they recruited people to do the labour as their contribution to the empire, they also made them happy in their work, unusual for this period.
It was hard work climbing to the top for some but Wayne and I managed it easily but you definitely have to do it slower.
We then went for a walk around the town below and visited the ...
... forgetting his inhaler (I feel so terrible!!! I brought all kinds of meds but forgot the one thing boo on me) the doctor said he should go on antibiotics right away and he said within 24 hours he'll be feeling much better. No one likes to cooped up while down south and worse yet nursing a sick baby :( So thankful for our insurance which will reimburse us upon our return.
Matteo slept all night Thursday and is ...
... a rural school and to some other improvements at the school. An additionally cost savings is that pack mules rather than armies of porters can be used to carry supplies on the community trek.
Like all but one person on my tour, I chose the "Dragoman Community Trek". The trek seems to go by the names Urubamba Cross Trek or the Lares Trek on websites because it crosses the Urubamba Range of the Andes and ends near a town named Lares. This trek goes to a ...
... and I had to leg it down to the pier. There was no sign of anyone with a little board saying 'ATV TOUR' so I walked down to the end. No sign of anyone. Back up the pier I spotted a Celebrity tour guide who said to wait as I was too early - no I wasn't, ...