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Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado

Sacred Valley, Peru


"Set on the Urubamba River in the middle of the Sacred Valley, there is no more perfect introduction to Peru."

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The Sacred Valley is the perfect starting point for a visit to Peru and Belmond Rio Sagrado is a riverside gem that’s ideal to begin your trip to the region. It’s lower in altitude, allowing you to quite literally ‘catch your breath,’ so you can acclimate and visit Machu Picchu. The gardens are impressive and Belmond uses this for their homegrown farm-to-table menus.

Didi Johnson

Relaxing and spiritual. Built to resemble a rural Peruvian village, Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado is one of the most unique luxury hotels in Peru; a stay here lets you experience the majestic life in the mountains.

Jean Pickard
Rooms + Suites

The rooms are scattered throughout the gardens, most with terraces that provide a view of the Urubamba River. Rooms are spacious and open, and the use of local fabrics and furnishings enhance the Peruvian feel. Bathrooms are large with heated floors which is very welcome on those chilly mornings.

Jean Pickard
Pool + Gym

There is a small pool plus indoor and outdoor jacuzzis. There is also a gym.

Didi Johnson

The spa offers creative and authentic treatments using native healing plants and flowers. They even have an Altitude Acclimatizer massage and a Maras Salt Exfoliation using the salt that is sourced nearby.

Jean Pickard

El Huerto is romantic with its white tableclothes and candlelight. It offers both Peruvian dishes and also international cuisine with much of the produce coming from their own garden. And in nice weather, there is also outdoor dining.

Jean Pickard

The bar has a cozy indoor space and also seating outside in the garden. They make a mean Pisco Sour, but the Chilcano is their real specialty. There is a great bar menu of tapas and other small dishes. After a long day of touring, it’s great to enjoy a nice, quiet and casual dinner.

Jean Pickard
Who's it for?

The property is very accommodating to families with some residential style villas on one end. There’s also several activities that would be family-friendly, like bottle feeding baby alpacas!


Set in the lush Sacred Valley of the Incas on the banks of the Urubamba River, the hotel is 4 km from the Mercado de Urubamba market.

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Agent's Tips

Plan for more than an one overnight here. There is so much to do in Rio Sagrado including river rafting, hiking, cooking classes, market visits, horseback riding and more.

Local residents from a village nearby set up a market on the grass outside the hotel restaurant. Alongside the resident llamas, it makes for a very intimate shopping experience that feels authentic.

At certain times of the year the train to Machu Picchu stops right at the hotel. Yes, there is actually a train stop on property...this is very convenient but not offered all of the time, so check with your travel advisor regarding seasonality.

Have lunch at Wayra which includes a show of Peruvian Paso horses, all to the rhythm of live marinera music. Or, participate in a ceremony led by a Peruvian Shaman for a more spiritual experience.

SmartFlyer Exclusives

Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability

Daily Breakfast for two guests per bedroom

Complimentary 50-minute massage per person, for up to two guests per room, once during stay

Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability

Complimentary Wi-Fi

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