These circular hideaways (45sq m) were inspired by pre-Incan dwellings. A local historian worked with architects to ensure authenticity, and the vermillion-hued adobe walls, thatched roofs and woven wall hangings all ring true; however, modern travellers will be pleased to hear that there are king-size beds, 21st-century marble bathroom, each with a bath tub and indoor-outdoor shower, underfloor heating and an iPod dock. WiFi is infrequently available, too. Each cabana has a private terrace, with alpaca blankets for cooler desert nights, and within there are tea- and coffee-making facilities, free bottled water, and air-conditioning. Twin-bedded cabanas are available on request.