Hacienda Urubamba

Hacienda Urubamba is a contemporary hacienda-style hotel in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, in-between Cusco and Machu Picchu. Immersed in the countryside in a gorgeous area, Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba spans approximately 100 acres surrounded by imposing green mountains.

All rooms in the Casa Hacienda and stand-alone luxury casitas feature breathtaking views of the valley, immersing guests in open space, serenity and relaxing solitude. Architecture and interiors are inspired on the area’s cultural history, with colonial furniture, authentic Inca masks and handcrafted woodwork that add to the hacienda’s local charm.

An Earth to Table concept is operated with a 10-acre organic plantation where guests are welcome to pick their own produce. Carbon-free crops such as quinoa, Urubamba giant corn, medicinal herbs and a variety of potatoes are farmed with traditional hand tools and oxen, as done centuries ago.


Owners Quarters


Owners Quarters


The warmth of a chimney, the twin/king beds with baby alpaca blanket, handmade wool coverlets, 100% Pima cotton sheets, down duvet and hypoallergenic pillows, guarantee the traveler’s pleasant rest after excursions within the property and its surroundings.

At Urubamba Owners Quarters, guests can enjoy a large living room to dine privately, full-length mirror and a colonial-style wardrobe. For maximum comfort, it is equipped with a flat-screen with DirecTV and DVD player, iPad, Bluetooth speakers, minibar and a complimentary bottle of Pisco. It also includes Wi-Fi, a safety box, and a cordless telephone.

Spacious bathroom equipped with heated towel rail, Pima cotton towels, hairdryer, bio-degradable toiletries with natural essences bathrobes and slippers.
Includes breakfast in the room and three-daily turndown services.


Suite + 2 Superior (190m2 / 2,045 Sq. ft.)

A spacious duplex room to enjoy the Sacred Valley of the Incas in private. The house’s upper part has a privileged panoramic view of the imposing green mountains and the fields surrounding the property.


Suite + Superior (100m2 / 1,076 Sq. ft.)

Two spacious rooms connected via a terrace, to enjoy the panoramic view of the imposing green mountains and the fields surrounding the property.

Urubamba Suites

(64 – 89 m2. / 689 – 958 Sq. ft.)

The contemporary hacienda style and the essence of Andean culture inspire the design of this large and warm room, with a chimney, terrace, and panoramic view to fully appreciate the Mountains.

The Urubamba Suite includes twin/king beds, sofa bed, 100% Pima cotton sheets, baby alpaca blanket, handmade wool coverlets, down duvet and hypoallergenic pillows, full-length mirror, and closet.

It has a spacious living room and dining area to dine privately. For maximum comfort, the suites are equipped with a flat-screen with DirecTV, Wi-Fi, iPad, Bluetooth speakers, minibar, coffee maker, a complimentary bottle of Pisco, safety box and cordless phone.

Spacious bathroom equipped with heated towel rail, Pima cotton towels, hairdryer, bio-degradable toiletries with natural essences, bathrobes and slippers.
Includes breakfast in the room and three-daily turndown services.

Urubamba Casitas

Hacienda Urubamba Casitas 

(45 m2. / 484 Sq. ft.)


Spacious independent Casitas with a chimney and terrace with panoramic view. Includes 2 twin/king beds, 100% Pima cotton sheets, down duvet, hypoallergenic pillows and handmade wool coverlets.

For comfort, it is equipped with a flat-screen with DirecTV, Wi-Fi, iPad, minibar, safety box, cordless phone, a colonial style wardrobe, plus an inviting dining area for two.

Spacious bathroom with heated towel rail, Pima cotton towels, hairdryer, full-length mirror, bio-degradable toiletries with natural essences, bathrobes and slippers. Housekeeping service three times daily.

*Note: Sofa beds available in some categories. Limited capacity max. one per room.

Urubamba Superior Deluxe

(24 – 32 m2. / 258 – 344 Sq. ft.)

The surrounding mountains and harvest fields are fully appreciated from this spacious room with terrace, equipped with king or two twin beds, 100% Pima cotton sheets, hypoallergenic pillows, down duvet and handmade wool coverlets.

The Urubamba Superior Deluxe has a living room, a dining area, and colonial style wardrobe. For comfort, it is equipped with a flat-screen with DirecTV, Wi-Fi, iPad, minibar, safety box and cordless phone.

Bathroom with heated towel rail, Pima cotton towels, hairdryer, bio-degradable toiletries with natural essences, bathrobes and slippers. Housekeeping service three times daily.


Hacienda Urubamba offers an a la Carte Menu of Activities some of which are included in the room rate.

Rates in 2019


• Check-in 1:00 p.m. / Check-out 11:00 a.m.

• Sofa beds: limited capacity, maximum one per room. No sofa beds available for adults.

• Children under 12: must take the additional sofa bed rate – maximum one per room

• Additional and private services available at an extra cost

• Rates subject to change without prior notice

Several flights per day depart from Lima Jorge Chavez airport’s domestic terminal to Cusco The flight takes about 1h20min. There are also flights from other popular destinations, such as Puerto Maldonado, Arequipa or Juliaca (Puno).
Hacienda Urubamba is located in the Town Center of Huayoccari, Huayllabamba district, province of Urubamba. It is located at km 63 of the Cusco-Urubamba-Pisac-Calca Highway. (About 1h30min approx. by car.)

The Sacred Valley of the Incas is home to some of the finest Inca sites, offering a great start for your visit to Cusco. The Valley’s good weather and beautiful scenery, picturesque villages, folk arts and crafts and friendly local people, reflect the authenticity of Peru that travellers come searching for. The valley is also a paradise for eco-friendly adventure sports such as trekking, horseback riding, mountain biking and rafting.

  • Welcome gift
  • Welcome drink
  • Check-in 1:00 pm / Check-out 11 a.m
  • Buffet breakfast
  • Tea time
  • Complimentary Pisco Sour
  • Express Check-out
  • Reception 24/7
  • Turndown service
  • Wi-Fi
  • Luggage storage
  • Personalized Wake-up calls
  • In-house included excursions
  • Shoes cleaning
  • Minibar.
  • Lunch Bag.
  • Room service
  • Day use
  • Special events
  • Transfer from/to the airport or train station
  • Excursions
  • Private Explorer Guide
  • Binoculars for rent
  • Early Check-in / Late Check-out (50% of the published rate !)
  • 10% Service charge


The Valley of Urubamba has a semi-dry and warm climate, with temperatures varying from -5°C (28°F) to 18°C (64°F) in areas from 9200 to 12500 feet above sea level; while in areas below 8200 feet above sea level, temperatures oscillate between 9°C (48°F) to 23°C (73°F).

The driest month is June and the rainy season goes from November to March. We recommend bringing a rainproof coat and warm clothes for nighttime or places without heating. Sunlight in the region is strong and the use of sunblock is important.



Although no vaccinations are officially required, visitors are advised to take precautions, especially if planning to travel to jungle regions. The most common ailments for travellers are diarrhea and altitude sickness. Health care is limited in these areas, so safety measures must be taken regarding food and alcohol intake.



Within Peru, when making international calls, dial 00 + country code + city code + telephone number. For inter-city calls: 0 + city code + telephone number. Public telephones work with coins and pre-pay cards that can be acquired in kiosks and supermarkets. Make sure your pre-pay card is for the phone company of your choice. Mobile phones for local and foreign calls can be rented at the Lima Airport. Wi-Fi is available in the majority of hotels in Peru.


Acclimatization is a process by which the body gets used to the low oxygen found in a high-altitude environment. Considering the varying altitudes across Peru, we suggest travelers start the journey in lower destinations before ascending to high-altitude cities such as Cusco. Thus, the body will adapt to more demanding weather conditions.


Altitude sickness, also known as acute mountain sickness (AMS) or soroche is a pathological condition that is caused by acute exposure to low air pressure usually above 2,400 meters (approximately 8,000 feet). Machu Picchu is located at 2300 meters/7600 feet above sea level. The main cause of altitude sickness is going too high too quickly; symptoms include a headache, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, dizziness, sleep disorder, among others. Before your travel to a high altitude destination, avoid eating too much, and on the arrival day itself, also eat less to avoid altitude sickness. If you stay at a high altitude, rest. Limit any walking or activity; you can explore the area, but take it easy especially on the first day. Drink plenty of water and avoid taking alcoholic beverages.



Please take note that railway companies have imposed luggage limitation on the trains to and from Machu Picchu Pueblo. If going to

Machu Picchu, it is important that you bring only necessary clothing and accessories for your visit to the citadel.

Peru Rail Inca Rail
Max. hand-luggage allowance 5kg/11lbs 8kg/17.5lbs
max luggage dimension

per passenger

62 inches/157cm (height, length & width) 50cm/19.7 inches lenght

40cm/15.7 inches wide

25cm/9.8 inches deep


  • Comfortable clothes for walking,
  • a light jacket and rain gear
  • Warm clothes
  • Walking or trekking shoes
  • Binoculars
  • Sunblock, sunhat, sunglasses,
  • mosquito repellent and lip balm
  • Power source is 220V (some converters are available at the hotel, but we suggest to bring your own converter)
  • Contact lenses solution and an extra set of contact lenses (if required)
  • Extra batteries or chargers for your camera & video equipment


  • Respect towards authentic cultural, social and environmental values
  • Profitable conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity
  • Positive impact on ecosystems and local communities
  • Compliance with national and international regulations
  • Respect for the rights of actors involved in BioTrade activities
  • Clarity about land tenure, use and access to natural resources and knowledge
  • Replicable business model of low initial cost and high positive impact on local communities


Initiatives on biodiversity conservation are managed by NGO Inkaterra Asociación. These include the Inkaterra Canopy Walkway, a bridge system at 100ft above the ground designed to study wildlife in the rainforest canopy; the Spectacled Bear Rescue Center at Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel, in benefit of the only bear species native to South America; the world’s largest native orchid collection (372 species) found in its natural habitat; and the World Birding Rally, an international competition unique for its non-stop modality, which aims to confirm Peru as a top destination for bird watching.

The first Peruvian enterprise to be declared carbon neutral (1989), Inkaterra mitigates the effects of deforestation in the Amazon rainforest whilst contributed with carbon sequestration through the preservation of Peru’s first ecological concession, with more than 10,000 hectares of virgin rainforest. As determined by Professor Tim Baker (University of Leeds), one hectare conserved within Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica o Inkaterra Hacienda Concepcion captures 200 tons of carbon.