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Pisac Inn is a small, charming hotel ideally located on the historic plaza of Pisac in the beautiful Sacred Valley of the Incas, just 45 minutes outside of Cusco. Breathtaking mountains surround Pisac with the beautiful Wilkamayu River running through the fertile valleys heart. The pleasant climate, lower altitude and small town appeal combine with proximity and easy access to Cusco, Machu Picchu and other places in the Sacred Valley making it an ideal base.
Full of enchanting details that honor Quechua tradition, Pisac Inn offers a relaxed atmosphere and warm hospitality that celebrates the continuity and vitality of this ancient living culture. Contemporary and rustic tones are harmoniously woven together to emanate a sensation of stepping back in time that makes Pisac Inn so special.
As you walk in, you will be welcomed by the majestic presence of a towering Huachuma cactus, and discover a secret world within. The 11 rooms enclose an enchanting patio area replete with local flowers and butterflies. This haven provides a space of tranquility, while stepping out on the sidewalk cafe offers you the quiet excitement of a small Andean town. Each morning on the plaza of Pisac the renowned market comes to life. Enjoy the magical landscape while immersing yourself in the sights, sounds, tastes and arts of the market at leisure. The lovely front restaurant area and an upstairs balcony overlooking the plaza are ideal for absorbing small town life from a quiet distance, giving one space to reflect and take note on a more personal level while remaining connected to the outside activity. The downstairs sitting room offers guests a comfortable place to read or rest, with a computer and Internet, a book exchange and games, and a flat screen television with satellite. Tea is served here every afternoon for our guests. The rooms and baths are small and pleasant, accommodating to ones needs without excess.
Each artistic detail has been designed as a continual process; the hand painted murals, the Inca stonewall and overall decor are in honor of and inspired by the local ancestral culture and values. This lovely and intimate atmosphere has a subtle elegance and style that conjures a sense of timelessness.
The old world charm of the historic building, artist flair and warm service together create the distinct ambience that makes Pisac Inn a hidden gem.
The Inn proudly offers culinary delights at their gourmet restaurant Cuchara de Palo, using fresh organic and locally sourced ingredients. The newest addition, Unucha Spa, located in nearby Taray, offers massage therapy and natural herbal treatments inspired by ancestral healing traditions.
Pisac Inn offers a unique travel experience, connected to the local Andean tradition, embodying the panache of this vibrant culture for those visitors who like to be a part of the culture at hand, not a distant observer.