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Cusco and the Sacred Valley Hotels

Sonesta Posada del Inca Valle Sagrado

  • Plaza Manco II 123
  • Local Flavor

Pros

  • Good restaurant
  • Historic setting

Cons

  • Although a good base for the valley, there's not much else in Yucay

Updated 10/06/2014

Fodor's Review

In the heart of the Sacred Valley is this 300-year-old former convent (monastery) whose rooms, with tile floors, wood ceilings, and hand-carved headboards, have balconies that overlook the gardens or the terraced hillsides. The cobblestone walkways are the perfect complement to the well-preserved colonial-era church on the grounds. A few rooms have access for people with disabilities, a rarity in this part of the country, but they must be reserved in advance. The restaurant

has excellent regional fare and a popular Sunday lunch buffet.

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Hotel Information

Address:

Plaza Manco II 123, Yucay, Peru

Phone:

084-201–107; 01-712–6060-in Lima; 800-766–3782-in North America

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Some meals

Updated 10/06/2014

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By jahlie

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May 29, 2009

Beautiful grounds in a quiet village

The Sonesta Posada in Yucay is well run, clean and charming. The Colonial Spanish convent setting is enhanced by beautiful flower gardens planted in every possible patch of ground. The bar and restaurant serve very good fare. The town is small, quiet and a bit out of the way, but take a walk behind the hotel through the farms for a good look at life beyond the town. Conveniently, there are a couple of grocery markets across the street that sell

water and some snacks.

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By Mary

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Nov 9, 2003

Reasonably priced and comfortable

You cannot beat the location. Ask for a room which does not face the street. Very kind and helpful service and comfortable rooms.

By anne

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Jun 20, 2003

Lovely Outside, Inside Needs Work

The grounds & location are wonderful. Excellent location for onward journey to Machu Pichu. Rooms are tired; dining service spotty.

By Thomas

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Feb 2, 2001

Poorest Room Ever

WE stayed here for one night in june 2000. Our room was in the oroginal monastary section. it had NO windows, a shower that leaked water all the way into the bedroom area when it was operating. Stairs to the second floor are uneven, it's easy to trip. A nightmare! We didn't ralize there was a new section until we went to dinner. By then we were settled and did not ask to move. A mistake

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