Hoteles & Cruceros

  • An extraordinary journey of discovery following the footsteps of the Incas.

  • With all of the comforts of home, Sol & Luna´s brand-new Deluxe Casitas are a marvelous way of enjoying the Sacred Valley at your own pace. 
    The Casitas are a series of small cabins that are designed to mirror life in the Valley. Each is equipped with a chimney and Peruvian art.



  • Set in a tranquil plaza behind Cuzco's main square, this former palace and convent is emerging from years of restoration to become one of the city's most exclusive hotels.
    Step past walls of Inca stones and into a cloistered courtyard with an ancient fountain at its heart. 

  • Increased interest in peruvian heritage, colonial architecture and culinary excellence attract the world's savviest travelers to Peru. Lima, once considered only a quick stopover on the way to Cusco, is now seen as a destination.

  • Titilaka effortlessly combines natural and contemporary elements in its architecture.
    This meeting of two worlds provides guests a host of benefits and opportunities.


  • Viñas Queirolo Hotel  is the first and only hotel in Peru located in the middle of an exceptional vineyard.

  • Navigate on the widest river in the world. This is the Amazon.
    The imposing majesty of its waters is comparable only to the marvelous view it provides of the coast, whose vegetation hides the mysterious creatures we hear at night.

  • This home, located on the edge of cliff, offers an incredible view of the sea and represents the true essence of bohemian life in Barranco.

    Second home, which belongs to plastic artist Victor Delfin, provides a close look at how contemporary Andean art remains rooted in indigenous and popular manifestations.

    Barranco is Lima’s art district and Second Home is filled with Victor Delfin´s art, paintings and sculptures.

  • The first boutique hotel in Cuzco, La Casona is an 11 room colonial house and Enrique´s favorite.

    Sober and elegant, it boasts a truly unique colonial Peru character. All the rooms are situated around a magnificent patio, equipped with colonial furnishings and decorated in the home’s original style.

  • Intimate. Inviting. Close by. El Albergue is located just besides the Ollantaytambo train station.
    This boutique hotel’s exquisite decoration is complemented by fine works of art, most belonging to owner and American artist Wendy Weeks.