We accommodate our guests in cozy ‘casita’ houses made of local stone and decorated individually. Gardens filled with flora native to the Sacred Valley surround each of these forty-three private sanctuaries and all face the Andes Mountains where the Incas believed their gods dwelled.
Extraordinary vistas in every direction, best enjoyed on the private terrace of each of these circular houses, are matched within by our favorite Peruvian folk art.
Sunlight streams into our intimate yet utterly comfortable circular casitas made of local stone, terra cotta and adobe brick, surrounded by the entrancing Sacred Valley landscape so revered by the Incas.
Legendary panoramas of the Sacred Valley inspire these stone and terra cotta houses, where wood burning fireplaces enhance both the elegant living room and generous bedroom, finished with a vibrant mural reflecting our extraordinary surroundings.
Each handcrafted object within these private domains relates to the spirited people,
magnificent places and rich history of the Sacred Valley.
On the private garden terrace, a Jacuzzi poised towards the soaring Andean peaks. Inside under vaulted ceilings, a wide entrance hall separates the inviting living room on one side, the graceful master bedroom on the other.
Each offers under floor heating and a wood-burning fireplace for turning our most luxurious accommodations at Sol y Luna into hearth and home. Murals festooned with angels and animals of Peru are matched by hand loomed textiles of Cusco’s rich weaving traditions in these exceptional residences.
At the national level, there are 43.5% of children suffering from malnutrition. Only in Cusco, 57.4% of infants suffer from this disease, which is a rather alarming figure since it is the second largest region in Peru with chronic child malnutrition and anemia.Within the Cusco region, the provinces that present high rates of anemia are:
Paucartambo (65.9%), Quispicanchis (65.1%), Cusco (62.6%), Acomayo (61.5%), Espinar (61.5%) and Chumbivilcas (60.9% ).