This warm and welcoming hotel has been built in a sophisticated, modern style, incorporating artwork and craftwork created by local artisans.
Set within four acres of grounds that contain two private beaches on a private peninsula jutting out of the western coastline of Lake Titicaca, this hotel offers a welcome location to relax while gazing out over the glittering waters of South America’s largest lake.
Accommodation & Facilities
Guests can choose to stay in one of 18 rooms here, each one with large windows presenting marvellous views of Lake Titicaca. Elsewhere in the hotel you can make use of a massage room, boutique, three lounges, a fully equipped media and reading room, and a fully stocked bar adjoining the main dining room, with access to a wine cellar filled with bottles from the region. Outdoors you’ll find wraparound terraces, boardwalks, an overwater deck and a small jetty for landing boats.
When dining at Titilaka you can expect to be served a variety of Andean-contemporary dishes made with fresh, local ingredients. The emphasis here is on light, wholesome and nutritious cuisine that will delight the senses and provide you with the energy needed for exciting excursions at this high altitude (surface elevation here is over 12,000 ft – that’s higher than most mountains)! Meals can be enjoyed in the main dining room, on one of the lake-view terraces, or taken picnic-style on an outing.
With South America’s largest lake on its doorstep, it’s understandable that water-based activities are popular here at Titilaka. You can choose to explore the lake using the hotel’s rowboats, kayaks, rafts, canoes, sailboats and paddle boards, with seasoned instructors on hand to show you how to navigate Titicaca’s waters. There are plenty of things to do on land as well, however. To experience the landscape, try trekking or cycling along the trails through this picturesque region of the Andean Altiplano, or joining specialist guides on birdwatching excursions. And if you fancy immersing yourself in the local culture, you can take a trip to the famed floating islands inhabited by the indigenous Uru people, who live their lives in settlements on the lake that they weave from totora reeds.
Children of all ages are welcome to Titilaka, although the hotel is best suited for those over 5 years of age. Cribs and nanny services are available upon request.