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HERO Peru Sol Y Luna Villa Exterior

LOCATION

Set down a quiet lane on the outskirts of Urubamba, Sol y Luna is the ideal luxury base from which to explore the ancient terraces and fascinating history of the Sacred Valley. Several sites are only a short cycle or invigorating horseride away. You can also board a train from Urubamba that takes you to Aguas Calientes and, from there, captivating Machu Picchu.

You’ll find the hotel’s brightly adorned walls and dark wood doorways inspired by the striking Sacred Valley in which it sits. The rustic-style casitas, restaurants and reception boast charming Andean arts and crafts that add delightful character to the warm interiors.

Choose from varying accommodation options, each a secluded terracotta-tiled sanctuary with colonial-era furnishings and super soft Peruvian Pima cotton bedsheets. Home to Sacred Valley artifacts and Incan-inspired wall murals, the ancient culture of Peru surrounds you at Sol y Luna.

WHAT MAKES THIS HOTEL UNIQUE?

The fabulous location is matched by the cuisine. Sol y Luna’s talented culinary team trained with a leading innovator of modern Peruvian gastronomy. You’ll discover how that training has paid off as they integrate traditional Andean cooking and agrarian techniques to delicious effect at Sol y Luna’s mealtimes. Throw in super fresh produce from Sacred Valley farmers and you’ll have cuisine laced with the tastes and smells that the Incas probably once enjoyed.

The dining options include the Wayra restaurant that, cooking with wood-burning ovens, serves seasonal Andean cuisine. The more formal Killa Wasi has a menu of creative interpretations of Peruvian classics featuring hero ingredients like Andean trout, alpaca, and their signature guinea pig (served crispy).