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Hotel Titilaka, Relais & Chateaux (Titicaca - Peru)

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HOTEL TITILAKA, RELAIS & CHATEAUX

Relais & Châteaux




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The mere mention of Lake Titicaca is enough to conjure up a dramatic, mysterious world. At an altitude of more than 3 800 meters in the Andes, on the border between Peru and Bolivia, this cradle of Inca civilization is still home to one of the oldest communities in South America. Titilaka Lodge is tucked away in this unique landscape, totally off the beaten track on its own private peninsula, in a refurbished building. The rooms, each with a splendid lake view, are decorated in a contemporary style with touches of local heritage, in symbiosis with the luxuriant natural setting. Just outside the village of the same name, Titilaka offers a taste of the lake dwellers’ traditions and way of life.



“Where the sky, the land and the waters all meet”

MAÎTRE DE MAISON - VIRGINIA MAMANI

Our commitments

Infinite skies, snowcapped peaks and limitless shimmering waters will be your companions at this luxury lodge on a remote, private peninsula on the shores of Lake Titicaca.

All 18 rooms look out on to the mystical Andean lake, birthplace of the fabled Inca Empire and still home to some of Peru’s farthest-flung communities, many of whom benefit from our operations. Responsible, sustainable development is at the heart of Titilaka’s philosophy; more than 90% of staff are locals and the property sources food locally as much as possible, while its business model focuses on conserving Andean traditions. Sunsets and the star-speckled night sky here are once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Daytime activities range from exploring Inca and pre-Inca ruins, to visiting the floating reed islands of the Uros people, to leisurely hiking or biking through stunning Andean scenery.


ROOMS



KING ROOM




  • 1 King bed – 29sqm / 312sqft
  • A wonderful lake view encourages you to relax in this warmly welcoming accommodation
  • Seating area with banquette overlooking the lake – Picture windows – Coffee table – Writing desk – Reading lamps
  • Blackout curtains – Heated floors
  • En-suite bathroom features a shower – Double-sink console – Heated floor – Large wall and dresser mirrors – Wall telephone in the toilet – Ecological bathroom kit – Hairdryer – Bench
  • Complimentary WiFi – iPod dock – Telephone – Overhead bed lamps – Centralized lighting switches
  • Minibar – In-room Safe
  • 1 Room is equipped with facilities for people with disabilities
  • 1 Extra bed possible for 1 child (under 11 years of age ) – Charges apply – 3 Persons maximum









DUSK ROOM



  • 2 Double beds – From 30 to 40sqm / From 310 to 430sqft
  • Luxuriate in and lap up the mystical western views of the vast Lake Titicaca and its highlands in this contemporary room
  • Seating area with banquette overlooking the lake – Picture windows – Coffee table – Writing desk – Reading lamps
  • Blackout curtains – Heated floors
  • En-suite bathroom features a bathtub and a separate shower – Double-sink console – Heated floor – Large wall and dresser mirrors – Wall telephone in the toilet – Ecological bathroom kit – Hairdryer – Bench
  • Complimentary WiFi – iPod dock – Telephone – Overhead bed lamps – Centralized lighting switches
  • Minibar – In-room Safe
  • Extra bed possible for 1 adult or 2 children (under 11 years of age ) – Charges apply – 4 Persons maximum






DAWN ROOM

  • 1 King bed or 2 double beds – From 30 to 40sqm / From 310 to 430sqft
  • Comfortable room with magnificent views to the east, submerging you in the immense lake’s mystique and inviting you to rest and relax
  • Seating area with banquette overlooking the lake – Picture windows – Coffee table – Writing desk
  • Blackout curtains – Heated floors
  • En-suite bathroom features a bathtub and a separate shower – Double-sink console – Heated floor – Large wall and dresser mirrors – Wall telephone in the toilet – Ecological bathroom kit – Hairdryer – Bench
  • Complimentary WiFi – iPod dock – Telephone – Overhead bed lamps – Centralized lighting switches
  • Minibar – In-room Safe
  • Extra bed possible for 1 adult or 2 children (under 11 years of age) – Charges apply – 4 Persons maximum



CORNER ROOM

  • 2 Double beds – From 38 to 43sqm / From 409 to 463sqft
  • Premium room with preferred views: dawn and dusk views from the same room – Spectacular panoramic views of the lake
  • Comfortable seating area with banquette overlooking the lake – Picture windows – Coffee table – Writing desk
  • Blackout curtains – Heated floors
  • En-suite bathroom features a bathtub and a separate shower – Double-sink console – Heated floor – Large wall and dresser mirrors – Wall telephone in the toilet – Ecological bathroom kit – Hairdryer – Bench
  • Complimentary WiFi – iPod dock – Telephone – Overhead bed lamps – Centralized lighting switches
  • Minibar – In-room Safe
  • Extra bed possible for 1 adult or 2 children (under 11 years of age) – Charges apply – 4 Persons maximum

Our Services

  • INTERNET
  • CHILDREN WELCOME
  • GARAGE
  • DISABLED ACCESS
  • WIFI
  • HIGH-SPEED INTERNET
  • ALL ROOMS ARE AIR CONDITIONED
  • CAR PARK
  • AIR-CONDITIONED RESTAURANT

Our Activities

  • CANOE
  • BIKING
  • MOUNTAIN BIKING
  • SPA
  • HIKING
  • ROWING BOAT
  • BIRDWATCHING
  • STARGAZING
  • MASSAGES
  • STONE THERAPY
  • PRIVATE EXCURSIONS TO ADJACENT CULTURAL - NATURAL AND HISTORICAL SITES


Awaken all the senses


ISLANDS OF LAKE TITICACA

“The Uros Floating Islands and Taquile Island visit is one of our most requested excursions. Built on totora reed, the Uros islands home the Uros-Titino people, expert raftsmen and textile weavers from whom guests learn the ancestral techniques used to keep these islands afloat. In Taquile, guests grow familiar with the Quechua imaginary in the textile tradition recently included in UNESCO’s Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.”

IGNACIO MASÍAS - C.E.O.





SILLUSTANI'S ANCIENT CHULLPAS

“Perhaps the region’s largest and most impressive pre-Hispanic funeral ground, the archaeological complex of Sillustani is an unmissable exploration into the Peruvian past. Chullpas, or ancient funerary tower structures, once built exclusively to home the remains of nobles are found here. With a range of architectural forms resulting from changes in power shifts of peoples like the Pucara and Incas, Sillustani is as much beautiful as it is interesting.”

JULIO SUAÑA - GUIDE





COLONIAL TEMPLES VISIT

The epicenter of the region’s evangelizing mission of indigenous peoples during the Spanish conquest, Puno’s Juli and Pomata churches are testament to past Catholic fervor. Known as the ‘Little Rome of America,’ Juli and Pomata both offer impressive architecture. On your way back to the lodge, visit the Aramu Muru, an ancient portal to the past and previous holy site.”














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