Bolivia, Chile & Peru
Andean Flamingo Journey: The Andes laid bare
The following are examples of some of the hotels we commonly use on this tour.
Casa Andina Private Collection, CuscoThis attractive, converted colonial house is located in the heart of the city, two blocks from the main square. Its 75 spacious rooms overlook one of three galleried courtyards, each of which has a central stone fountain. Décor is simple and unobtrusive with whitewashed walls and subdued lighting. Click here to visit the Casa Andina private collection website
Casa Andina Private Collection, Cusco
El MaPi, Machu PicchuSet in the village of Aguas Calientes, the El MaPi is a smart and contemporary hotel with a fantastic location right in the heart of town. This boutique property which was remodelled in 2010, offers 48 light and airy rooms and also has its own excellent bar and cafetería.
Click to visit the El MaPi website
El MaPi, Machu Picchu
Hotel José Antonio, LimaThe José Antonio is a friendly, well-maintained hotel situated in Lima’s fashionable Miraflores district, within easy walking distance of the area’s shops and restaurants and just 3 blocks from the Pacific Ocean. The hotel is a modern, nine-storey block, with 84 light, spacious and simply decorated rooms, all with private bathroom with bath, cable TV, air-conditioning and minibar.Click here to visit the José Antonio website
Hotel José Antonio, Lima
Hotel Kimal, San Pedro de AtacamaThis is a remarkable hotel, inspired by an Anglo-Chilean couple, who used local stone, baked mud and gnarled wood to create a small property in harmony with its surroundings. The labyrinth of rooms are scattered around orchards and peaceful gardens, and there is an outdoor pool.Click here to visit the Hotel Kimal website
Hotel Kimal, San Pedro de Atacama
Hotel Sal Tayka, Uyuni
Posada del Inca, PunoThis modern, spotless hotel is located right on the shores of Lake Titicaca, well away from the bustle of Puno town. There is a real Andean feel here, with decoration featuring traditional artesania. The historic British built (1862) steamship, the Yavarí, is moored here and can be visited.Please click here to visit the Posada del Inca website
Posada del Inca, Puno