Casa Andina Private Collection Valle Sagrado

5to Paradero Yanahuara, Urubamba, Sacred Valley, 84, Peru | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 5to Paradero Yanahuara, Urubamba, is near Yanahuara, San Francisco Plaza, Church and Monestery, Casa del Moral, and Monasterio de la Recoleta.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Andina Private Collection Valle Sagrado Urubamba

    Reviewed by larrynpeggy

    A Star Show Perk

    Reviewed May 10, 2013
    by (4 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    This was a beautiful property. Don't be alarmed by the road to get back to this hotel. Our room was adequate, nothing special, but clean and the bathroom was very nice. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. Breakfast was very good.

    The added bonus is the small planetarium they have on the property. For $10.00 per person it is well worth going to this. They have two shows. The 6:30 in English and the 8:30 in Spanish. Amazing view of the sky.

    If we are in the area again, we would stay here.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by robynexploring

    What a gorgeous place

    Reviewed Feb 25, 2013
    by (5 reviews) Cairns , Australia Flag of Australia

    So happy with our (unfortunately too short) time here. There is nothing but praise for all aspects of this resort. It comes as such a surprise in such a rural and rustic area. Only shortfall was the lack of WiFi in the actual rooms but it was available in the lobby and restaurant. There are alpacas in the yard and the gardens are devine. Surrounded by the incredible mountains, it is a visual delight and I was caught in moments of wonder at the grandeur several times.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by davidwshih

    Water not too hot and dining service slow

    Reviewed Jun 20, 2011
    by (3 reviews) , China Flag of China

    Consider the area its not bad, probably the nicest. We were all saying the hotel should give back to the community because you'll see the surrounding area. The hotel grounds are very nice and pretty and the rooms are decent size. After mountain biking and hiking all day, it was nice to stay at this place and get a good shower and get ready for the Inca Trail. The water is not too hot and the dining service is a bit slow (although we had a large group over 20 people)

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Casa Andina Private Collection Valle Sagrado Urubamba

    Excellent choice

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    We were very fortunate to discover this beautifull hotel in the sacred valley of Urubamba, surrounded by beautifull mountains. we were very impressed with the excellent service and beautifull accomodations. We enjoyed the cozy athmosphere in the lobby and excellent food and service in the restaurant.

    The experience of the planetarium and observatory on a clear night was unique and very interesting.

    We are looking forward to a longer stay in the near future.

    Any one traveling to Cusco and Machu Picchu should consider staying in Casa-Andina at the sacred Valley in Urubamba.

    Edgar and Martina Covarrubias

    Stunning views

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    We stayed here for one night in July as part of a group. This hotel is really beautiful. The setting in the mountains will take your breath away (the altitude will do that too). Unfortunately, we didn't spend much time here so we didn't get to walk around as much as I would have liked. I believe they have a planetarium show that we were too tired to take in.

    The lobby of the hotel is great, with a huge glowing fireplace in the middle. The restaurant is good, with pretty good service. Breakfast buffet is large and generous.

    It is a bit of a struggle to get to the rooms. I feel for the baggage handlers because there are no ramps or elevators! But the struggle is worth it when you look off your balcony and see the incredible mountains just outside.

    Don't miss a quick visit to the llamas. My daughter got spit on, but she still had a ball with them.

    Super hotel

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    endroit magique-les musiciens et le chanteur non voyant ont participé à la magie du lieu. L'hôtel est de très bon confort, et sur un site idyllique.

    Sacred valley paradise

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    After a long day touring Machu Picchu, we were not sure if we should get off or not in the middle of this valley, at night. We called the hotel and they arranged to have a taxi pick us up, which was a relief, specially travelling with kids. The room and the service was superb (the supplies in the bathroom were spa quality), and dinner with the show was delicious and relaxing. The kids took advantage of the planet show by Patty, and we relaxed later by the fire in the main lodge. They have a nice bar with a pool table, and free computer access (wifi). In the morning we took advantage of the free breakfast buffet which included an omelet station. Unreal. Kids then run around the grounds, were they also have a llama. We found out they organize all kinds of tours and activities, and my only regret is that we only stayed one night. Well worth the side trip.

    Decent Accomodations in Sacred Valley

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    Hotel is very pretty but in the middle of nowhere. You need to get a taxi to take you down this long dirt road to get to it. Breakfast was absolutely wonderful. Rooms are mediocre, and staff doesn't go out of way to help.

    Wow Says it All

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    What an incredible start to our Peru adventure. Not sure if it was the altitude (8500 ft) and/or the setting, but this place took my breath away. Surrounded by magnificent, misty green mountains, I wouldn't have minded if we stayed in tents. However, to our delight, the hotel was elegant, comfortable and most pleasant. The food was excellent, the staff friendly and accommodating, and the rooms large and clean. We especially enjoyed the attached sitting/sun room. Did I mention the fantastic setting?

    Also rather fun, Native vendors in traditional dress come to the hotel each day to display and sell their lovely handcrafted wares. Great photo opportunities, if nothing else.

    Pleasant accomodations in the SV

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    Found this to be a pleasant, relaxing hotel after a tough 4 days on the Inca Trail. Found the suite to be spacious, with a good view of the Sacred Valley. The food in the restaurant was also some of the best that we had on our 10-day trip. Overall, we had a good, relaxing stay and felt that they met our expectations, given the price of the room.

    We were not happy with the price of the other items in the hotel, particularly the spa. This is a relatively remote hotel - - no walkable access to any stores, restaurants, shops like you might see in some of the other small towns (Ollantaytambo, Urubamba) in the SV. I recall the cheapest massage in the spa to be around $120/$130 (approaching the cost of a night's stay). To just access the hot tub or sauna in the spa was $25/pp. Given the relative cost of other things (food, tours, guides, restaurants, hotels), we found this annoying. Given the relative isolation, we expected more expertise with day trips, day hikes, tours....but found no one readily available and accessible to discuss, though there was a binder of tour prices in a book in the lobby for our review.

    For better or worse, depending on what you're looking for, the hotel (at least the several days we were there) was predominantly tour buses of people in their 50's/60's, so don't expect the bar to be hopping into the wee hours like you might see at some of the places in Cusco. We are in our 30s, and saw 2 other couples our age during our brief stay.

    Paradise in the middle of nowhere

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    After a long day - flight from Lima to Cusco, then touring around the area - imagine my surprise when we turn into this little slice of heaven off of a dirt, hole-filled road in the middle of nowhere. It was like a traveller's oasis. First, the suites reminded me of ski chalets - three levels with natural wood floors, stone walls, old-fashioned heaters and best of all a jacuzzi tub with bubble bath! They sent someone to show me how to work it, but that's for AFTER dinner....Went down to the restaurant tired and hungry, not knowing what to expect. I have been blessed to eat all over the world so a meal has to be pretty special for me to remember it. All I can say is that it was one of the best meals I have ever had! The chefs in Peru seem to know how to take chicken, etc. and make wonderful, lower fat meals with special seasonings. Then it was back to my room for the bubble bath. You can even put on one light in the adjoining sink area and it almost feels like candlelight. In the morning I walked out onto the deck and felt like I was in a mountain retreat, almost expecting to hear Grieg's "Morning Mood" playing in the background. Of all the hotels I stayed in Peru, this was the best. They even had the least expensive international calling rates and free internet. My only regret was that I couldn't stay another night. They even had a spa that I would have loved to have used. I would definitely recommend this to anyone. You won't be disappointed. Eduardo, the general manager, is very involved and always around to ensure things go smoothly. It is working, Eduardo! Keep up the good work.

    A Jewel Close to Ollantaytamba

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    Beautiful grounds, comfortable rooms, great views, friendly staff, and delicious food all describe Casa Andina in the Urubamba Valley. The resort is close to the Inca archaelogical sites at Ollantaytamba, Moray and Maras and was convenient to the Ollantaytamba train to Machu Picchu. A Cusco university recently opened a planetarium and observatory on the grounds where two passionate astronomers from the university put on a spectacular show. There are plenty of chicherias around for you to sample the local drink...chicha.

    Pleasant Casa Andina Private Hotel

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    We stayed one night during April 2006 at Casa Andina Private Hotel in Urubamba, a location close to the Sacred Valley and a jumping off point for our vistadome train ride to Machu Picchu. Our ensuite twin room was in one of several dozen small cottages that was nicely decorated, and had decent beds. The restaurant in the main building provides a good buffet dinner and folklore show which involves the guests.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Andina Private Collection Valle Sagrado Urubamba

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    Travel Blogs from Urubamba

    Climbing into the past

    A travel blog entry by msudenveralumni on Apr 27, 2014

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    What a day.

    After breakfast we drove to over 11,000 feet to Chinchero where we were able to experience their food and craft market.

    It was bright but cool, perfect weather for an outdoor market. And, if you like Alpaca, you'll love this place! Plenty of local, handmade products were on display. While I didn't purchase anything, …

    Machu Picchu without the Crowd

    A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Feb 23, 2012

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    A day in transition

    A travel blog entry by msudenveralumni on Apr 26, 2014

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    We started the day with a lecture from Julio Rucabado Yong, co-curator for the Museo de Larco in Lima

    Like yesterday, the lecture provides an opportunity to understand the cultures that came before the Incas and had such an impact on the country. It has created a true sense of anticipation as we make are way to the Sacred Valley and Machu …

    Urubamba to Santiago

    A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Mar 16, 2014

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    Today we spent a full day exploring the Sacred Valley. Our first stop was near the town of Maras. In a valley is the salt mine of Maras. Our first view was from above as w wound our way down the mountain. This area has a salty spring which emerges from the mountain side. The local farmers, following the Inca tradition, dry out the water in a …

    The Lost City of the Incas: Machu Picchu

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    "The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is part of a 30,000 Km highway system that integrated the vast Inca Empire of Tawantinsuyo (The Four Ways), running from southern Colombia to central Chile passing through the cities of Quito in Ecuador; Cajamarca, Huanuco...

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