Experience the ultimate Peruvian retreat
Blending effortlessly with the awe-inspiring natural environment, Las Casitas is the ultimate Colca Canyon Hotel. With just 20 individual casitas, a stay here feels a world away from the stresses of everyday life.
Set off on stunning canyon treks, ride Peruvian Paso horses, keep an eye on the skies in search of the Andean condor. Or make the most of your downtime, unwinding beside the pool, recharging in the spa, or simply delving into a good book. Timeless memories are guaranteed.
Welcome to our sanctuary of peace in the Colca Canyon. The perfect fusion of contemporary luxury and unspoilt farmlands greets you here.
Traditional and unique, anticipate exquisite local dishes. We grow produce in our own gardens—it really doesn’t get fresher than this.
Our Peruvian bar houses a tipple for any taste, as the day draws to a close under the inky black sky. Salud!
Our pool, built using stone sourced from the Colca Valley, is designed to blend in with the stunning surroundings.
Aromatic eucalyptus groves lead you into our nest of relaxation. Nature is our main resource, from heated basalt stones from the Colca Canyon to sacred coca leaves.
Our on-site chapel is a quiet zone of spirituality. Explore Colca Valley tradition: a hybrid of ancient shamanism and Catholicism imported by Spanish conquistadors.Please note the chapel is currently closed
On-site complimentary self-parking ensures your vehicle is always safe with us.
Take a closer look at the hotel and its beautiful surroundings.
Staying with us turns a trip to Colca Canyon into an unforgettably unique escape. Here are just some of the features that make us stand out from the crowd.
Savor the company of a good book. Our inviting library has a wonderful collection of fiction and nonfiction. Pick up something appealing, find a spot by the pool or gaze out to the canyon, and let your imagination run wild.L
Visitors to Peru are exempt from the country’s 18% sales tax on charges for their room and food upon presentation at check in with a valid passport and/or Peruvian immigration card. The hotel invoice must be made out to the guest’s name and not to a company name.