Experiencing the extravagant magic of a luxurious trip through Peru is fascinating! An enigmatic destination, with more than 5,000 years of history, which offers surprising gastronomy, rich art, innumerable natural riches and archaeological monuments of its ancient cultures.
A honeymoon trip for couples who love history, adventures and a lot of comfort! The first settlers arrived in Peru 20,000 years ago. From America’s oldest civilization to the continent’s largest and most powerful empire, Peru preserves the architectural and artistic remains of fascinating cultures. The historical heritage preserved in its stone streets, colonial houses, old churches and convents, archaeological sites and a hospitable people are just a few details of this great trip.
Peru houses hotels that mix the past with the present, history with luxury – these are truly unusual experiences – former monasteries and convents have been transformed into elegant hotels, housed in sacred and privileged locations. Its award-winning cuisine is also a strong point in the trip, the country offers exclusive restaurants of high gastronomy that conquer even the most demanding palates – lovers have experienced unique sensations! There are many places to explore, so we’ve selected: Lima – the historic heart of Peru, marked by important temples, monuments, convents and mansions with balconies.
The arrival of modernity has transformed Lima, the second largest capital in South America, into a city full of contrasts and rich in gastronomy. Surrounded by the Pacific Sea, Lima brings together the best of the ancient and modern world: beautiful beaches, parks, monuments, galleries, cafes, restaurants, bars, casinos and shopping.
For honeymooners, our tip is to head towards Miraflores, the bohemian and cultural region, which is the favorite setting of Mario Vargas Llosa’s novels! A romantic dinner in one of Lima’s famous gourmet restaurants is an unmissable tip!
Cusco – Former seat of the Inca empire, the city is known for the number of monuments it has. At almost 3,400 meters in height, in the south of the country, it offers a surprising historical scenario of exuberant landscapes such as the Sacred Valley. Picturesque villages where the past is part of the present. Cusco is really impressive, history is alive everywhere.
Machu Picchu – The admirable Inca shelter high in the mountains of the Urubamba Valley in the province of Cusco – a citadel surrounded by stories, legends, ruins, temples, terraces, canals and remarkable events. The architectural complex was built, approximately, in the 15th century. Its construction was built with large blocks of stone joined together. Currently, it is considered cultural heritage of humanity because it is recognized as an important political, religious and administrative center of the Inca era.
It is possible to explore Peru on board a luxury train – an attraction for couples looking for refinement and comfort.
Discovering Peru is an amazing experience
Belmond Miraflores Park – Lima
Situated in one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Lima, famous for the privileged location of its garden beside the Pacific Ocean, the hotel boasts breathtaking views of the sea.
This luxury hotel is the perfect base for exploring the place. Just leave your premises to discover colonial architecture, wonderful museums, glamorous shops, bars and restaurants.
It offers a stunning rooftop pool. Each of the suites is tastefully decorated and includes inviting king size beds, spacious marble bathrooms and an independent living room.
Presidential suites with a pool, located on the top floor, boast a private terrace with a private pool perfect for enjoying views of the ocean.
Belmond Sanctuary Lodge – Machu Picchu
Timeless ruins and stunning wildlife is the area surrounding Belmond Sanctuary Lodge. The only hotel next to the ancient Inca city of Machu Picchu. Newlyweds enjoy exceptionally easy access from early morning until late afternoon, when visitors have already left the place.
It has 31 apartments and suites – each environmentally friendly is a cozy sanctuary. It is the perfect place to rest after a day of sightseeing.
The couple can enjoy special moments at the hotel; the lodge houses an exotic orchid garden and you can take a day walk before breakfast, enjoy the breathtaking view while savoring international or peruvian meals with fresh ingredients grown at the hotel, sitting on the terrace and savoring tempting sweets, good wine and swears of love…
Belmond Sanctuary Lodge is the perfect place to relax in the shade of the Lost City.
Tambo del Inka, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Valle Sagrado
The luxury hotel is a member of the renowned The Starwood Hotels chain. Located between the Vilcanota River and its imposing mountains.
It is the only one that has a private train station. During their stay, the couple can enjoy the two heated swimming pools, the games room and the charming bar.
The hotel houses a luxurious Spa – they believe in the healing power of water and offer a range of treatments and experiences to calm and relax guests. Indoor and outdoor heated pools, jacuzzis, Vichy and jet showers, underwater beds and hydrotherapy treatments. There are 12 treatment rooms, including VIP’s for couples.
Its Hawa restaurant offers the best of Peruvian cuisine, prepared with local products, in homage to the region’s ancient culture. Tambo Del Inka was the first hotel to obtain LEED certification, for having demonstrated its commitment to the environment.
Belmond Hiram Bingham – Trem
A trip to Machu Picchu is a unique experience. Belmond Hiram Bingham guarantees a journey full of magic, truly unforgettable.
Decorated in the style of the 1920s Pullmans, each car was furnished with pieces of polished wood and bronze, with extremely comfortable seats.
When boarding, the tables will be set with the shine of the polished crystals and cutlery.
The observation car is furnished with ample cushioned seats, making it the perfect place to sit, relax and admire the multiple Peruvian landscapes.
Belmond Andean Explorer
The luxurious train will give the newlyweds a real pleasure.
With excellent service and the comfort of a 5-star hotel, the train explores the ancient Inca constructions, will travel through one of the largest railway routes in the world, leaving Cusco for Lake Titicaca and Arequipa.
The Belmond Andean Explorer train accommodates 68 guests – with 2 suites, 20 double cabins and 12 cabins with suites for two.
The delicious gastronomy will be in charge of the chefs at Belmond Hotel Monastério, Cusco.
A trip that combines history, comfort and luxury!