What are the accommodations like?

Our signature trips, such as the Authentic Andean, are based at Pisac Inn in the small town of Pisac, in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, just 45 minutes outside of Cusco. Pisac Inn is a small boutique style hotel, full of enchanting details that honor Quechua tradition, with historic charm and artistic flair. The décor features native colors and symbols, with windows onto the interior courtyard.  The Inn is directly on the town square; you can sit on the balcony or enjoy the sidewalk café to watch the market, or enjoy the interior patio. An upstairs lounge offers space to unwind after an active day of sightseeing. Pisac Inn offers Wi-Fi in common areas, and has a computer with Internet. Cuchara de Palo,  “Wooden Spoon”, the restaurant in the Inn, provides the best of Peruvian cuisine, and prepares the selected set menus for groups, serving daily specials prepared with fresh, organic produce.

The staff is friendly, speaks English, and is eager to make your stay memorable. Attending to your needs with personalized attention creates a relaxed atmosphere and warm hospitality that celebrates the continuity and vitality of this ancient living culture.

Staying at Pisac Inn for the duration of your stay offers a unique travel experience that allows for an in depth immersion in keeping with our vision, and our guests can settle into their room with no packing and unpacking.

At the Pisac Inn, laundry services are available at a reasonable cost. Massage and herbal baths are also available at Unucha Spa. If you would like to experience a Special event for your group (cooking classes, star gazing, coca leaf ceremony, presentation of native herbal healing and more), these events can be arranged ahead of time at additional cost if not already included in your program.

On tour and on Extensions you will stay in nice local hotels, which have been carefully selected for convenience of location with Pisac Inn standards of cleanliness. If you travel to the Lake Titicaca islands, you will stay in native-based accommodations—in some cases, in peoples’ homes, getting a first-hand experience of native hospitality.

On trips that are not based out of Pisac Inn, we assist you in selecting recommended hotels that share a similar spirit as our vision. We give preference to working with an array of hotels that are connected to this land, rather than larger, impersonal hotel chains. We can customize your trip and Hotel upgrades for any of our itineraries, using four and five star hotels of the region.