Imagine luscious gardens where hummingbirds and butterflies dance among cactus flowers and fruit trees. Set in 25 acres of stunning private land lies Sol y Luna, an authentic hotel with unrivalled access to the otherworldly landscape of Peru’s renowned Sacred Valley.
43 cásitas in three varying categories
Small outdoor swimming pool
Spa and sauna
Activities including cycling, kayaking, mountain trekking, horseback riding and quad biking
Inspired by the striking Sacred Valley that surrounds, the property’s rustic-style casitas, restaurants and reception boast charming Andean arts and crafts that pepper the warm interiors. Choose from varying accommodation options, each a secluded sanctuary with terra cotta tiled floors, colonial furnishings and heavenly Peruvian Pima cotton bed sheets. Home to Sacred Valley artefacts and wall murals featuring the fascinating Incas, you’ll feel an awareness for the ancient culture. For an extra luxurious stay, delight in the Premium casita with a private garden, terrace and outdoor whirlpool where Andean vistas can be savoured.
Sol y Luna’s talented culinary team trained with a leading innovator of Peruvian cuisine to integrate traditional Andean cooking and agrarian techniques into every dish. Taste the exceptional flavours of the valley as you indulge in fresh, natural ingredients grown by local farmers. Wayra restaurant serves seasonal food, infused with Andean ingredients over wonderful wood-burning ovens. Alternatively, dine in the Killa Wasi restaurant for a more formal atmosphere and indulge in creative dishes of Andean trout, alpaca and their signature crispy guinea pig.
The Sol y Luna Association is a non-profit organisation entirely financed by the hotel’s profits, as well as voluntary contributions by guests and benefactors. Not only does the association support schools, foster homes, and local highland communities, it generates training and sustainable employment for the local community
All cásitas are made with local stone and the gardens are full of local flora
Ingredients are taken fresh from the garden
Why we love it
Feast your eyes on the fantastic daily Peruvian Paso Horse demonstration in the gardens of Wayra restaurant. The beautiful combination of the elegant horse and traditional Marinera dancing creates an endearing cultural experience, symbolic of Spanish Criollo traditions.
Planning your experience
Contact our Private Adventures team to find out more about our great accommodation partners and to start planning your own bespoke experience.
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