Sol y Luna Lodge & Spa
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Member Reviews (2)
- Sol y Luna Lodge & SpaFirst to ReviewMar 27, 2013
Sol y Luna does a wonderful job of embracing the natural beauty of the Sacred Valley, which lies between Cusco and Machu Picchu. The Lodge & Spa was established in 1996 when the founders, Franz and Petit, sought to provide a luxurious place to stay in this sacred place. The main buildings and casitas perfectly compliment the natural wonders and colorful environment.
Premium, deluxe and superior casitas are accessible from cobblestone paths spread throughout the grounds. When guests manage to step away from their spacious and comfortable rooms, they can indulge in incredible cuisine in the main dining room, which also serves breakfast daily. Andhopefully busy travelers can have the chance to revive themselves at the spa with a massage, a steam or just a quick dip in the spa.
Guides can be arranged to help guests visit the historically rich town of Ollantaytambo or the bustling markets of Pisac, just a few of the local activities available. Guests can also simply wander around the small town and interact with the locals and their shops. Though it’s hard to not give into the extremely relaxing atmosphere of the Valley and curl up with a good book on a casita porch, in the library or by the pool.
Peruvian gastronomy is world renowned, and the cuisine at Sol y Luna certainly deserves a very special mention. There are two main restaurants, Rancho Wayra and Killa Wasi Wasi Chica dining room and bar. Racho Wayra embraces traditional Peruvian cuisine and also hosts a daily equestrian exhibition of Paso horses during lunch. The Killa Wasi is located right next to the main lobby and offers incredible dishes such as quinoa soup, guinea pig legs and some of the best pork found in the Valley.
When you have the chance to visit the Sacred Valley, please do yourself a favor and spend a few nights at Sol y Luna. The chance to fold into nature in such a spectacular place is certainly a memory to cherish.
Excellent!12 reviews across the web.
- Guests think this is a good hotel for sports.
- GroundsBeautiful grounds. 96% of guests enjoyed it.
- HotelExcellent hotel. Highly appreciated by 92% of guests.
- Location91% loved the excursions to surrounding areas.
- Service91% found the staff to be very friendly.
- Food86% found the breakfast to be wonderful.
- Ambiance75% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.