- Belmond palacio nazarenas
- BELMOND MIRAFLORES PARK
- Belmond hotel rio sagrado
- Belmond las casitas
- Belmond sanctuary lodge
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Belmond palacio nazarenas In its two previous lives, long before being carefully restored and remodeled as a hotel by the hotelier Orient Express, the Nazarenas Palace of Cusco was a convent and a palace. Typically, palaces and convents do not share many of the same ambitions for the future, but oddly enough, this hotel manages to recall both of them — timeless and peaceful as a spiritual ret... More info
BELMOND MIRAFLORES PARK In the context of airlines, 'business class' is synonymous with 'I would love to fly, but let someone else pay the bill'. The Miraflores Park Hotel is another example of the kind of elegance and attention that seems to want to alleviate the restlessness of those who travel for business, but at the same time is a pleasure as an end in itself. Miraflores is the na... More info
Belmond hotel rio sagrado Given the way hotels are named today, it could be assumed that 'Sacred River' is a kind of poetic exaggeration. But it turns out that the river they refer to is the Urubamba, which passes through the Sacred Valley of the Incas. So we are not talking about any sacred river or any luxury hotel. And although its construction is relatively recent, it has nothing so moderni... More info
Belmond las casitas It is not necessary to be a cartographer to realize that Orient Express hotels no longer follow the original railway line, much less. However, no one will put any fault as long as all are in the category of Las Casitas del Colca. For starters, the location is ideal. The Colca Valley is one of the wonders of the nature of Peru. In this high zone of the Andes they are found fr... More info
Belmond sanctuary lodge The main attraction of this place is, without a doubt, the short distance that separates it from the ancient fortified city of Machu Picchu, hidden in the Andean peaks at almost 2,440 meters high. While it is true that there are more hotels near Machu Picchu, there is only one luxury hotel within the protected sanctuary itself. The situation of Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lod... More info
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