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Casa Andina Standard Machu Picchu

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This Peruvian-owned mid-range hotel in Machu Picchu village is a convenient base for visits to the ruins.

One of the reputable Casa Andina group, this contemporary hotel prides itself on its prime location opposite the railway station at the centre of Machu Picchu village. Guests arriving by train have the treat of being delivered quite literally to the door.

Whilst the building’s five-storey grey panelled exterior is a little drab, the inside is fresh, clean and modern with bright furniture, marble floors, brilliant white walls and attractive artworks.

The 54 guestrooms are simple, functional and modern in design. White walls and bedding are interrupted only by a slim brightly coloured throw hung across the end of the bed, a contemporary homage to the colourful traditional weavings of the area. Superior rooms and Suites have the added benefit of a view out over the Vilcanota River. The hotel’s  riverside restaurant has floor to ceiling windows which optimise the view

What our clients say

97% of our clients rated their experience with us as Excellent or Good.

A new hotel, situated next to the railway. It was a novel experience to be close enough to the train driver to pass him a coffee in his cab from our bedroom window! Conversely our sons in a room at the back of the hotel overlooked the Urubamba river with a charming view. (There was double glazing and no trains in the night after 10pm or before 4am)

JFH, Lutterworth

Tailor made holiday

Our specialists have been expertly crafting award-winning tailor-made holidays to Latin America for 40 years. We would be delighted to create a truly personalised trip which perfectly matches your wishes and requirements.

Evie Oswald
Evie Oswald - Travel Consultant

It’s hard to believe that Evie has had time to cram so much in to her life so far. Having lived as a child in the Americas and Europe she found herself immediately attracted to Latin America.