Aranwa Sacred Valley Hotel is built on a seventeenth century colonial hacienda by the Vilcanota River, just one hour away from the city of Cusco and 30 minutes from Ollantaytambo train station. Culture is ever-present in the hotel, as there are several artistic spaces combining comfort with art and history.
The hotel offers 115 colonial style rooms with a modern minimalist decor. The attention to detail creates a cozy atmosphere. Every room is equipped with Wireless Internet, climate control, 32” LCD TV, national and international direct dial telephone, work table with DC plug, electronic safe, mini bar, hairdryer, bathrobes, slippers, iron and ironing board, heated towel rack, and Jacuzzi tubs.
Aranwa Sared Valley Hotel offers several dining options to choose from. Pukawi Gourmet Restaurant offers world-class cuisine combining Andean tradition with new culinary trends. The menu incorporates fresh produce from the garden in a sophisticated and contemporary presentation. Rikhuna Restaurant offers lighter cuisine made with products of the region. It offers views of the chapel and the mountains surrounding the hotel. Kusi Pisco Bar incorporates a cozy fireplace and offers cocktails prepared with pisco and other spirits of international renown. The Sushi Bar offers Japanese and Peruvian fusions with exquisite Andean touches from the Sacred Valley. The ancient Manor’s museum has a kitchen that belonged to the former Yaravilca estate. It has cooking utensils of the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and a huge clay oven, where delicious pizzas can be prepared under the moonlight.
Unno Spa is the perfect place to renew your mind, body and spirit. It has a modern infrastructure that includes everything from a hyperbaric chamber, hydrotherapy pools, Vichy shower treatment rooms and meditation, to a large room with aromatherapy oxygen. The treatments combine the ancestral knowledge of the Valley and alternative medicine with the latest medical technology, as well as the use of essential oils from native plants like coca, muña, camu camu, aguaymanto, corn and quinoa. In addition, for most skin treatments, Pevonia products are used, which are 100% biodegradable.