Casa Andina Premium Valle Sagrado Hotel & Villas4.0 out of 5.0
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We loved staying a Casa Andina. The location was convenient to many attractions and activities in the Sacred Valley. The room was wonderful and the staff was kind and attentive. I would highly recommend it to others.
We really wish we had had one more night at the Casa Andina to relax and take in the beautiful and serene setting at this beautiful hotel. Beautiful view of the mountains from our hotel, room was clean and comfy, especially the beds, and the staff very kind. We loved staying at the Casa Andina and wish we had had one more night to relax in the hammocks and by the fire!
The hotel is composed of almost 100 rooms located in cabins surrounded by nice and well tended gardens. The restaurant serves breakfast starting at 5 AM which is very convenient for people on tours. They offer several jams with interesting combinations which are hand-made. We had dinner which was kind of expensive. They had a wine in the Chef´s suggestions which turned to be a Malbec instead of Cabernet Sauvignon because the last one was more expensive. I couldn´t understand the explanation for the change. The best thing was the observatory located at the end of the hotel. David is very knowledgeable. It was a pity that we had to get up very early the next day so we couldn´t extend the session which was great. Be careful if you had extended your stay in Peru for more than 60 days. Then you will have to pay 18% tax added to the room account.
We stayed in this hotel for two nights while touring in the Sacred Valley area of Peru. It is a beautiful place in a very relaxed and peaceful setting. Gardens are beautifully landscaped with two resident Alpacas gracing away merrily. The place is surrounded by the mountains and stunning views. We had a split-level room for three adults. Room was very spacious, large bathroom with a jacuzzi bath. Lots of closet space, large-screen TVs on both levels and a balcony from the upper level that gives you a lovely view of the hotel property and the mountains beyond. From a scenic point of view, there is nothing else in the valley to beat this place. The hotel has lots of facilities, a restaurant, a lounge bar, a spar, and high-end shopping. Surprisingly no swimming pool. You can take home a Viacuna sweater for men at a cool US$ 1500 here. The one other thing that we missed was a game room or at least a pool table where one can spend the nights. There is no nightlife outside the hotel that one can go to. The restaurant serves a wide range of food, both western and local dishes. The breakfast is a continental buffet. The staff is very good and efficient. Our server Marcela always had a smile on her face and no request was too small for her to attend to. Once my wife made a passing remark that a frozen dessert that she had ordered was too hard as it probably was taken out of the freezer just before. Within 10 minutes a very apologetic Marcela appeared with a fresh one although we never intended that to happen. One unique feature here that we had never encountered in our travels, the hotel has a planetarium and a 300 mm telescope in the grounds and there is an expert who will conduct star or Luna observations and show a short video on astronomy. This is extra (US$ 15 per person, payable separately). Mind you, the two nights that we were there were cloudy so did not see much. So all in all, a very pleasant stay, the perfect place to explore the Sacred Valley. There are few shortcomings, but none what-so-ever by the staff who are extremely friendly. Our only regret is that we did not have more time to spend in this hotel and in the valley.
Although seemingly away from everything, this hotel affords all the luxuries. Great views, nice bar & restaurant, weight room & activities. Rooms are big & hotel is quiet. Offers playground and games for kids.
This was a great place to start our Andean adventure and recover a bit from being at 12,600 feet previously that day.Room 703 had expansive lovely views overlooking fenced alpacas out back.Our room was spacious with stucco walls and ceiling. It had wifi, wide screen tv, bathrobes, coffeemaker, 2 comfortable queen beds, refrig and large safe. The bathroom was tiled with a rainshower. No toilet paper allowed down the commode which was true for most of Peru (and Greece!)Kuno toiletries and washcloths! The hotel had a cozy comfortable bar area with many specialty cocktails, an open concept layout with fireplace and a very nice dining room. There were ladies selling Peruvian wares night and day. Breakfast had a choice of vegetables, French toast, lots of breads, pastries, fruit, omelettes made to order, local cheeses, choice of juices and chocolate chip cookies-my favorite breakfast, lunch and dinner anytime.We Also did have dinner there and they had many varied choices. I had a very nicely presented piece of chicken with avocado A lovely peaceful and quiet spot and we would stay there again on our next visit.
We stayed there for two days and it was awesome. It is a beautiful hotel with a great location and very comfortable. We went to see the stars at night in the hotel’s observatory which was very interesting because the person that showed us the stars knew a lot and was very kind. Also the staff was very helpful and warm, especially Irvin the bartender with whom we got to have a very interesting conversation and Marcela at the restaurant which explained us every dish from the menu. We definitely recommend people to stay here.
Hotel located in a quiet and peaceful part of town. One thing that was regrettable was that you were charged for water - three times the price from local shop. Apart from this everything else is great
Great stop over however we thought that charging 10 Sol for water is really poor. Five minutes down the road the same quality of water was only 3 Sol. Given this hotel is supposed to be 5 Stars, water is an essential and should be complimentary.
We stayed in Nov. 2017 at this wonderful hotel where the staffs (especially Enrique and Ronald ) were genuinely friendly and helpful .Excelente ubicación para explorar el Valle Sagrado y Manchu Picchu. Strongly recommended.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- Fitness center
Located in Yanahuara, Casa Andina Premium Valle Sagrado Hotel & Villas is within a 15-minute drive of Plaza de Armas and Santuario del Senor de Torrechayoc. This 91-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and free self parking. Salt Mines Of Maras is also nearby.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge.
The 91 rooms have an array of amenities, including balconies, minibars, and coffee makers. LCD TVs come with cable channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers. Other amenities include safes, phones, and ironing boards.
Casa Andina Premium Valle Sagrado Hotel & Villas offers a fitness center, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas. There's free parking, and an airport shuttle for PEN 215 per person one way. Front-desk staff can answer questions 24/7, and assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this boutique hotel include conference space, a business center, and free newspapers.
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89% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1577 reviews