Ollantaytambo's best lodging, with a Quechua name that translates as "house of dawn," has reading rooms with fireplaces and Cusqueño art that invite you to settle in with a good book and a hot cup of coffee on a chilly evening. Rooms with modern furnishings, plush blue comforters, and green-tile bathrooms extend through several buildings. The on-site orchard supplies the fruit that ends up on your breakfast plate and in the Peruvian cuisine served in the restaurant. There
are also lovely grounds to stroll around in, with plenty of flowers that attract hummingbirds.