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Sol Y Luna Lodge, Relais & Chateaux (Urubamba - Peru)

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SOL Y LUNA LODGE, RELAIS & CHATEAUX

Relais & Châteaux


At an altitude of 2800 m, colours are brilliant: the blue of the sky, the red of the earth and a fragmented mosaic created by a profusion of flowers. Sol & Luna is inspired by this luminous setting and is a paean to the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Its architecture is a mix of avant-garde and primitive Peru, its clay walls are a backdrop to both contemporary and traditional Peruvian art, and its stones, beams and bricks from the valley find their natural home here. Its mouthwatering cuisine also draws its inspiration from local gastronomy, yet with a contemporary twist. Sol & Luna is close to archaeological sites and offers a doorway to this lost civilisation.


“Peru’s magical and mystical spirit writ large”
MAÎTRE DE MAISON - MARIE HÉLÈNE MIRIBEL


Our Commitments

The Patagona Gigas, the largest type of hummingbird in the world, choose for their home the 4000 trees that stand on this property.

And they are not alone: about thirty other species have done the same; a credit to this property’s respect for the environment. The Polylepis, an endangered tree species, has also made a home here. The property chooses small neighbouring organic producers for its suppliers, helping them to develop. It also founded the Sol y Luna foundation, now a major player in local development. The foundation set up an intercultural school where children from neighbouring communities are taught many subjects including nutrition and foreign languages.




LES CHAMBRES



SUPERIOR KING CASITA

  • 1 King size bed – 60sqm / 646sqft
  • Hand-made original furniture and fine Peruvian works of art
  • Goose down duvets and pillows – Peruvian high density pima cotton (400 yarns per inch)
  • Private terrace with garden view
  • Marble-tiled en-suite bathroom with oversized high pressure shower – Double vanity basins with illuminated mirrors – Tantra toiletries – Hairdryer – Bathrobes and slippers
  • Complimentary WiFi –Bose surround sound system – Direct dial telephone – Desk
  • Digital safety deposit box
  • 1 Extra bed possible only for a child up – Charge applies – 3 Persons maximum







SUPERIOR TWIN CASITA

  • 2 Full size beds – 60sqm / 646sqft
  • Hand-made original furniture and fine Peruvian works of art
  • Goose down duvets and pillows – Peruvian high density pima cotton (400 yarns per inch)
  • Private terrace with garden view
  • Marble-tiled en-suite bathroom with oversized high pressure shower – Double vanity basins with illuminated mirrors – Tantra toiletries – Hairdryer – Bathrobes and slippers
  • Complimentary WiFi – Bose surround sound system – Direct dial telephone – Desk
  • Digital safety deposit box
  • No extra bed possible – 2 Persons maximum









SUPERIOR FAMILY CASITA

  • 1 King size bed on the main floor and 2 full size beds on the mezzanine – 60sqm / 646sqft
  • Hand-made original furniture and fine Peruvian works of art
  • Goose down duvets and pillows – Peruvian high density pima cotton (400 yarns per inch)
  • Private terrace with garden view
  • Marble-tiled en-suite bathroom with oversized high pressure shower – Double vanity basins with illuminated mirrors – Tantra toiletries – Hairdryer – Bathrobes and slippers
  • Complimentary WiFi –Bose surround sound system– Direct dial telephone – Desk
  • Digital safety deposit box
  • No extra bed possible – 4 Persons maximum






DELUXE TWIN CASITA

  • 2 Full size beds – 109sqm / 1.173sqft
  • Sitting area with wood-burning fireplace
  • Hand-made original furniture and fine Peruvian works of art
  • Goose down duvets and pillows – Peruvian high density pima cotton (400 yarns per inch)
  • Located in a lovely gardened area with a private terrace facing the mountains of the Sacred Valley
  • Marble-tiled en-suite bathroom with oversized high pressure shower – Double vanity basins with illuminated mirrors – L’Occitane toiletries – Hairdryer – Bathrobes and slippers
  • Complimentary WiFi – LCD television with satellite channels – Bose surround sound system with iPod – Desk
  • Floor heating throughout – Minibar – Digital safety deposit box – Walk-in closet
  • No extra bed possible – 2 Persons maximum







DELUXE KING CASITA

  • 1 King size bed – 109sqm / 1.173sqft
  • Sitting area with wood-burning fireplace
  • Hand-made original furniture and fine Peruvian works of art
  • Goose down duvets and pillows – Peruvian high density pima cotton (400 yarns per inch)
  • Located in a lovely gardened area with a private terrace facing the mountains of the Sacred Valley
  • Marble-tiled en-suite bathroom with oversized high pressure shower – Double vanity basins with illuminated mirrors – L’Occitane toiletries – Hairdryer – Bathrobes and slippers
  • Complimentary WiFi – LCD television with satellite channels – Bose surround sound system with iPod – Desk
  • Floor heating throughout – Minibar – Digital safety deposit box – Walk-in closet
  • No extra bed possible – 2 Persons maximum











PREMIUM TWIN CASITA

  • 2 Full size beds – 120sqm / 1.292sqft
  • Separate sitting room – Two wood-burning fireplaces
  • Hand-made original furniture and fine Peruvian works of art
  • Goose down duvets and pillows – Peruvian high density pima cotton (400 yarns per inch)
  • Private terrace with Jacuzzi facing the mountains of the Sacred Valley
  • Marble-tiled en-suite bathroom with oversized high pressure shower – Double vanity basins with illuminated mirrors – L’Occitane toiletries – Hairdryer – Bathrobes and slippers
  • Complimentary WiFi – LCD television with satellite channels – Bose surround sound system with iPod – Desk
  • Floor heating throughout – Minibar – Digital safety deposit box – Walk-in closet
  • No extra bed possible – 2 Persons maximum








PREMIUM KING CASITA

  • 1 King size bed – 120sqm / 1.292sqft
  • Separate sitting room – Two wood-burning fireplaces
  • Hand-made original furniture and fine Peruvian works of art
  • Goose down duvets and pillows – Peruvian high density pima cotton (400 yarns per inch)
  • Private terrace with Jacuzzi facing the mountains of the Sacred Valley
  • Marble-tiled en-suite bathroom with oversized high pressure shower – Double vanity basins with illuminated mirrors – L’Occitane toiletries – Hairdryer – Bathrobes and slippers
  • Complimentary WiFi – LCD television with satellite channels—Bose surround sound system with iPod – Desk
  • Floor heating throughout – Minibar – Digital safety deposit box – Walk-in closet
  • No extra bed possible – 2 Persons maximum










Our Services

  • INTERNET
  • SPA
  • POOL
  • CHILDREN WELCOME
  • GARAGE
  • DISABLED ACCESS
  • CAR PARK
  • WIFI
  • HIGH-SPEED INTERNET

Our Activities
  • HORSE RIDING
  • CANOE
  • OUTDOOR POOL
  • RAFTING
  • BIKING
  • STATIONARY BIKE
  • MOUNTAIN BIKING
  • HIKING
  • SAUNA
  • FITNESS
  • SPA


Awaken all the senses


FREE FLIGHT OVER THE ANDES

« The wind in the mountains, with its dynamic behavior, creates ideal opportunities to fly over landscapes with contrasting valleys, fields and glaciers.
Since ancient times, birds have always been related to freedom. Their capacity to traverse the skies has made each one of us envy their wings and their ability to fly.
Flying over the Andes like the majestic Condor, is a unique experience worth living. »

FRANZ SCHILTER - PROPRIÉTAIRE - GENERAL MANAGER




COOKING DEMONSTRATION

« Peruvian Gastronomy shows itself to the world with the influence of every continent, the amazing variety of its products and the motivation to satisfy the most demanding palates, those who celebrate life with the finest dining. At Sol & Luna, we have an innate calling for the highest level of gastronomy. We share our kitchen, harvest our own vegetable gardens and visit the local market to reveal the taste of the Sacred Valley. We are pleased to offer our guests a culinary experience that honors the original flavors of this valley, considered sacred since its remote origins. »

NACHO SELIS - CHEF








PERUVIAN PASO HORSE

« One of the most important traditions in Peru, is the Peruvian Paso Horse, known world-wide for its soft pace and obedience. From our stables, one can discover the kindness of an animal that has developed characteristics for half a century: the lateral movement of its extremities in four tempos and the upright position of the head can smoothly take us along the paths of the Sacred Valley or rejoice us with their harmony to the rhythm of a marinera, national dance of Peru, during a presentation of their qualities in our garden.. »

MOISES OLIVARES - EVENTS COORDINATOR




QUADS

« Kick up some dirt as your off-road vehicle rolls along mountain trails past fields of indigenous flowers crisscrosses overhead in the blue sky by kaleidoscopic birdlife. Take in breathtaking views over the Sacred Valley and wave hello to farmers tending their crops as we zoom across this exhilarating landscape. »

MOISÉS OLIVARES - MARKETING AND SALES REPRESENTATIVE




MOUNTAIN BIKES

« Two wheels is the most exhilarating way to see the most of the Land of the Incas, at the closest perspective. Cycle along Andean terraces, through Spanish colonial villages, around Inca ruins, into highland communities in their vibrant finery and through fields of wildflowers, corn and quinoa. Our cycle routes take riders among the villages of Yucay, Huayllabamba and Urquillos, where the Incas found the best cultivation land in the Sacred Valley. »

MOISÉS OLIVARES - MARKETING AND SALES REPRESENTATIVE


KAYAK

« Snow-capped Andean peaks surround crystal clear and calm Huaypo Lake, offering the ideal conditions for a relaxed paddle in the refreshing landscape. »

MOISÉS OLIVARES - MARKETING AND SALES REPRESENTATIVE

BALADE A CHEVAL

« Known for their docile nature, Peruvian Paso horses offer a comfortable, relaxed way to explore the Sacred Valley. Ride along our neighboring communities of Palcaraqui and Pumahuanca just as a local might do, or take longer jaunts into countryside to the fascinating landscape at Moray and the Spanish colonial village of Maras. The Peruvian Paso horse remains closely connected with the Criollo, or ‘creole,’ culture that took root here in the New World and is still expressed through music, customs and food. In-depth culture and horse training programs initiate our guests into this vanishing world. »

MOISÉS OLIVARES - MARKETING AND SALES REPRESENTATIVE





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