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Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We visited the restaurant for the cocktail hour. Jonathan and Miguel were excellent hosts! We tried some of the Peruvian classics (like Pisco Sour!) at the bar. At the same time they gave us a lot of info and explanation. Great service, good times.

Tucked away at the very edge of town, this hotel is a special retreat in its own right with big, comfortable rooms, lovely grounds along the river, two restaurants and even a spa. You are met at the train station and whisked through the tourist maze of Águas Calientes to discover this peaceful hideaway at its end. We arrived mid-day and enjoyed the hotel while planning our trip to Machu Picchu for the next day. We organized a guide through the hotel who was very knowledgeable and charming. We had asked for a room far from the train tracks based on other trip advisor reviews and were given room 60, well up the hill with views of the forest beyond. Very peaceful. It is expensive but breakfast and dinner are included and I really felt staying here added something extra to the once in a lifetime Machu Picchu journey.

Extremely charming hotel convenient to the train station as well as the bus to Machu Picchu. Restaurant service and food had good choices both for breakfast and dinner. Rooms were charming with a fireplace which we took advantage as the nights are chilly as it is winter at this point.

The staff of the Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo hotel met us at the train station to carry our bags through the city market, bridge, and stairs of the city. It was about a 5-10 minute walk. The hotel is a very unique property in a rainforest-like setting. The restaurant and café of the property were great options. The hotel also offers a lot of excursions through the day. We made sure that we didn’t miss the Andian bear excursion to see Kina and Pepe. It is amazing how carefully these primarily vegetarian bears eat their food! The hotel is also filled with lovely birds and plants of all kinds.

Very good hotel, close to the town but feels like you are in the middle of the jungle. Rustic but yet elegant. Good size rooms. Wonderful service all around. The main restaurant is probably the best restaurant in town, so do not miss it for dinner, also serves great breakfast.

Big rooms that are lodge type, but no thermostat in the rooms. The hotel does offer individual heating units as well as hot water bags. Located within walking distance to the Machu Picchu buses as well as the town. Wonderful restaurant offerings for all meals

We were on a guided tour of Peru and Machu Picchu was our last stop. Arrived on the train and were met by people from the hotel who took our excess items up to the hotel while we boarded the bus. After our time on the mountain we came down and checked in. The front desk announced we had received an upgrade (always nice to hear but not expected) and were escorted to our room. Two levels with a hot soaking tub outside. The wife was thrilled. Great bed and slept really well. Loved the bathroom. Restaurant has firm sitting times, which worked out well our first night. Food was delicious, with a nice variety on the menu to satisfy almost everybody. Would stay at this hotel again, if we come back.

The 'rooms' were in bungalows scattered about the jungle gardens. Ours was very comfortable, clean and well-laid out, but it was quite a walk, with several sets of steps, to the restaurant and not very well-lit when we went for an early breakfast. We had an excellent meal in the restaurant the previous evening, with a fairly wide choice of Peruvian and European-style dishes. My black tortellini was certainly different!

We spent one night here on a small-group tour of Peru. There are many things to like: their green environmental practices, the beautiful setting, the excellent restaurant...but the rooms are in desperate need of blackout drapes. There's a LOT of glass -- our ground floor room had big french doors, plus a large window on the side wall, and both were covered with very thin white curtains, about the thickness of a very worn bed sheet. The rooms are clustered in separate buildings set throughout the property, often requiring a walk up rather steep stone paths, so outside lighting is absolutely necessary. But those lights shine right into the rooms. They were finally turned off somewhere between 11:00 p.m. and midnight, but came back on at 4:00 a.m. I know the exact time because it immediately woke me up, and I could clearly see the dial on my old-school, non-illuminated watch. I could also see, through the thin curtains, an employee walking around, apparently turning on more lights. I wasn't the only one bothered by the excessive light; I could hear the person in the room above us getting up and using their bathroom. Everything else about this hotel is lovely, but if you're bothered by light, I wouldn't recommend it. If they had invested in good blackout drapes, I would have given it 5 stars.

We really enjoyed our night at Inkaterra in Aguas Calientes. We stayed there after finishing the Salkantay trek (4 day trek) and it was a nice oasis to rest, bath at the outdoor terma and enjoyed the nice food of the hotel Restaurant.

Pueblo de Machu Picchu, 084 Machu Picchu Cusco

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Aguas Calientes Hot Springs
  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining

Aguas Calientes Hot Springs is a short stroll from Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel, and other popular attractions like Huayna Picchu are within a few miles (5 km). This 4-star hotel has 83 guestrooms and offers conveniences like 2 restaurants, a full-service spa, and free in-room WiFi.


Start your day off right with a free buffet breakfast, served each morning from 5 AM to 10 AM. Enjoy dining at Dining room, one of 2 onsite restaurants. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room.


Guests can expect to find free WiFi. The bathroom offers free toiletries and bathrobes. Other standard amenities include a sitting area, a safe, and a phone.

Property features

Guests of Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel enjoy features like a full-service spa, free WiFi in public areas, and spa services. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with securing valuables, tours or tickets, and dry cleaning/laundry. Other amenities at this hot springs hotel include a computer station, a gift shop, and a fireplace in the lobby.

Room options

Deluxe Room

Twin 2 | Queen 1 | Sleeps 2


Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Junior Suite

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Junior Suite (Deluxe)

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

92.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 3019 reviews

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.