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Sol y Luna Lodge

about Sol y Luna Lodge, Sacred Valley

Sol y Luna is a lodge and spa right in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, with great access to both Cuzcoand the beauty and history of the valley. At 2,870 metres above sea level, this is a perfect position to view the towering mountains of the Andes and the verdant fields.

There are now newly developed Luxury Suites, which offer preferred access to the facilities, an exclusive spa and a private reception.


Set in wonderful, colourful gardens popular with the local bird life, the warming bungalows offer a relaxing rest after a day out exploring.

Sol y Luna Lodge detail

Style

Warming bungalows, all adorned with bright and colourful Peruvian art.

Setting

In the Sacred Valley of the Incas, access to Cuzco is via paved roads.

Accommodation & Facilities

Of the ‘normal’ bungalows, there are 12 with King size beds, 11 with 2 double beds, 4 family bungalows with a king bed and 2 regular beds and one triple room. Each of these has a marble tiled bathroom, with all the necessary amenities, a phone, 24 hour wi-fi and room service from 6am to 10pm. Fresh flowers and chocolate truffles are placed in your room daily, which is a great added touch.

The new Luxury Suites come in 2 varieties, 10 De Luxe suites and 5 Premium Deluxe suites, these both come with either a King bed or 2 Queens. These suites have a private lounge and VIP service for check in/check out as well as a fireplace in each room, floor heating and private garden and terraces. As with the bungalows there bathrooms are tiled in marble, however here they are split into 2 areas. One for luggage storage and 2 basins, the other has high pressure showers and a large tub, this is the main area. These suites also include a sound system with iPod connection, LCD TV, high speed Wi-Fi and laundry service.

There is also a restaurant, spa, gift shop and beautiful gardens which attract over 35 bird varieties. The bar, named Chicha Wasi offers freshly sourced cocktails made from native and exotic fruits.

Dining

The restaurant is named Killa Wasi, meaning House of the Moon; most ingredients are grown in the organic gardens and the exquisite menu is seasonal.

Activities

Separately to the lodge and spa, they also run the Wayra which include a lounge, wine cellar, chefs table and restaurant. This is open to residents at the lodge as well as non residents and offers fine cuisine, beautiful places to relax, and lots of interesting activities. These include theatre, traditional weavings, pottery workshops, music and dance. You can also watch a Peruvian Paso Horse Demonstration – symbolising a centuries old tradition.

Child Policy

Children welcome.

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