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Casa Andina Sacred Valley, Sacred Valley, Peru

Located in Yanahuara, 500 metres from the main Urubamba to Ollantaytambo road, this new mountain chalet-styled hotel has 85 large rooms spread across almost 32,375 square metres of land.

There are 80 standard rooms comprising thick white stone walls and wood-beam ceilings. They feature queen or king beds, and either balconies or a separate breakfast/sitting area with good views of the surrounding mountains and valley.

There are five duplex suites that have two TVs (both upstairs and downstairs), DVD player, king bed, Jacuzzi bathtubs and minibar. The central garden also attracts local villagers, who come to sell their goods.

Other facilities include the 'Sacred Spa', a gym, a domed planetarium and observatory for stargazing, restaurant and bar, business centre with free high-speed Internet access, a range of boutique shops, selling local handicrafts, jewellery as well as alpaca clothing and a cash-point machine.

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