These curvaceous adobe cabanas (40sq m) are cosy, spice-hued, and kitted out with all you’ll need during your stay – even a walking stick and signature lip balm. These thatched dwellings were created with a local historian to ensure authenticity, but they have plenty of modern comforts: underfloor heating, a soft queen-size bed with luxurious linens, a sizeable marble bathroom with a solarium and indoor-outdoor shower, and while there’s no TV (and spotty WiFi) an iPod dock lets you blast a romantic playlist. Each cabana has a private terrace (wrap up in the provided alpaca blankets on cooler desert nights) and within there are tea- and coffee-making facilities, free bottled water, and air-conditioning.
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.
Rattan trunks, a soft king-size bed with embroidered linens, huge marble bathrooms, each with a two-person bath tub and refreshing – and private – outdoor showers: who knew the pre-Incan peoples had such well-appointed dwellings? Local historians were called on to craft these cosy standalone suites (each around 60sq m in size); however, we suspect their input was more likely the spice-hued adobe walls, roof thatching and wall hangings. Guests have a private terrace and lots of little extras: alpaca blankets, walking sticks, the hotel’s own lip-balm… There’s underfloor heating, too and all suites have tea- and coffee-making facilities, free bottled water, and air-conditioning. This room can be made up with twins or a single bed, on request.
Built of stone, adobe and wood, these suites (60sq m) are set in seclusion across a road from the main hotel. Guests slumber on a king-size bed under a thatched roof; there’s underfloor heating and luxuriously large marble bathrooms kitted out with a bath tub and an indoor-outdoor shower. Sit on the private terrace and order some Chilean red, there are blankets for when it gets chilly and handy bits of kit for outdoor expeditions. All suites have tea- and coffee-making facilities, free bottled water, and air-conditioning. WiFi is available, if infrequently, and these rooms can fit one extra bed on request.
This room is built from stone, adobe and wood with a thatched roof – materials used in the typical, traditional dwellings of nearby villages. There’s lots of outdoor space, including a patio and solarium with an outdoor shower, and Within, there’s a king-size bed, a reading lounge, walk-in closet and a bathroom with a bath tub, shower and twin sinks. This room type has WiFi (but this can be spotty at times), bathrobes and luxury bath products. The king bed can be set up as twins on request, and the a third bed can be added for an extra charge
Within the terracotta-hued adobe walls and thatched roof of this 67sq m hideaway is a cosy haven with a twin beds, stylish wood and rattan furnishings and a lavish marble bathroom with a bath tub and indoor-outdoor rain shower. Creature comforts are well covered, with kit to make tea and coffee, an iPod dock and alpaca blankets to snuggle in, but there are handy extras for outdoor pursuits too (signature lip balm, walking sticks), or you could just settle on your secluded terrace. WiFi is available from time to time, too.