This unique, family-run Relais & Chateaux hotel in Peru’s Sacred Valley (the midpoint between Cusco City and Machu Picchu) was founded in order to sustain a school for local children. A sustainable experience combining luxury accommodation with wellness, gastronomy and excursions, the 43-casitas are set within extensive gardens filled with flowers and humming birds. Delivering a true sense of place, Sol y Luna was decorated by Peruvian artists – with fine, handmade local furniture, exquisite bed linen made from 100% high density cotton, local tapestries and beautiful frescoed murals by acclaimed Peruvian artist, Federico Bauer. There are two restaurants on-site, one of which is located in the Wayra Ranch, home to 25 Peruvian Paso horses (there are daily demonstrations over lunch). An adventure’s playground, days in the Sacred Valley are spent exploring the iconic Inca site of Machu Picchu, trekking, quad biking, horse riding, visiting local markets… and relaxing in our grounds and spa.

Quick Facts

Number of Rooms: 43

Room Categories:
28 Superior, 10 Deluxe and 5 Premium Casitas

Booking Options:
All activities and meals apart from breakfast are additional

From $324 USD per person per night, incl. breakfast

Minimum Stay:
No minimum stay

Dates of Operation: 
Year round

Relais & Châteaux, Traveller Made, Virtuoso

Spa Services:
Massages, treatments, dry sauna, steam room, jacuzzi, yoga, tai chi, reiki, gym

Spa, gym, swimming pool, yoga classes (upon request)

Complimentary wifi throughout the property


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“Hotel Sol y Luna, a pioneer in the Sacred Valley, offers a tranquil setting on 25 garden-filled acres. Regional architecture inspired the design of the clay and stone casitas, each decorated with murals by artist Federico Bauer. Chef Pedro Miguel Schiaffino, one of Peru’s top culinary talents, oversees the menu at Killa Wasi restaurant, where guests can sample sophisticated takes on local delicacies like cuy (guinea pig). Guests can feel good knowing profits from the hotel get funneled into the adjacent intercultural school founded by owners Franz Schilter and Petit Miribel.”
Jen Murphy writing in Vogue Magazine


There is no minimum-age for children, and no extra charge for one child under 7 if sharing their parents’ bed (extra beds come at an extra charge – see Sales Manual for details). There are special Pizza Nights for children.

Property Location

Getting There: There are several daily flights between Cuzco and Lima (home to Hotel B), Arequipa and Puerto Maldonado, as well as international flights to La Paz, Bogota and Santiago. The transfer from Cuzco Airport to Sol y Luna is about 90 minutes.

You can also combine Sol y Luna with Delfin Amazon Cruises in Peru’s upper Amazon (nearest airport Iquitos). Between July and November on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, LATAM Airlines operates a direct flight between Cuzco and Iquitos avoiding lengthy connections via Lima. In April, May and June, the flight is only available once a week, on Fridays. For the most up to date flight information, please refer to the Latam website directly.

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