Journey through the unrivaled beauty of Peru with our collection of luxury hotels and trains. Ascend to the land of the sun with luxury rail journeys between Cusco, the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu aboard the Hiram Bingham train, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. Marvel at enchanting condors in the Colca Valley, and sample exciting culinary innovation in cultural Lima. From extraordinary landscapes to fascinating heritage and outstanding dining at Mauka by Pía León, discover a fresh vision of Peru with Belmond.
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On the continent's first luxury sleeper train, travel through natural wonders and ancient kingdoms
Take a retro day trip to a bygone world abourd our glamourous train that links Cusco to mystical Machu Picchu
Stroll through rambling gardens at our harmonious, isolated retreat in the rugged mountain terrain of Colca Valley
Slow down and experience mystical reflection at our private Andean paradise in soulful Sacred Valley
Our urban sanctuary is Cusco's crown jewel, with a discreet sense of elegance and a deep connection to Inca history
Our unapologetically baroque ancient monastery evokes the historic grandeur of Cusco itself
Lima is your springboard into the treasures of Peru. Surrender to seductive sophistication at our tranquil urban oasis
Be immersed in immense beauty at the only hotel located next to Machu Picchu, where quiet significance and awe descends
Curate your perfect itinerary across more than one of our hotels and trains in Peru
Anticipate an exquisite journey to the Lost City. First, recline in style in the Sacred Valley at Rio Sagrado. Then, directly from the hotel, board the Hiram Bingham and make your way up to the famed citadel
Immerse yourself in the enchanting spirit of Peru. From Lima to Lake Titicaca, discover the country’s finest treasures
Explore all the highlights, from Lima through to Machu Picchu, with special experiences off the beaten track
Experience Cusco close up before heading to the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu, bringing fascinating cultures to life
Start in the continent's gastronomic capital before exploring Andean landscapes as you unravel the talea of Peru on the journey of a lifetime
Uncover the diverse culinary identity of Peru and anticipate daily unforgettable gourmet experiences
Embark on an unforgettable adventure with all the family as you discover the wonders of Peru together
Step aboard the Andean Explorer as it glides across the Andean plains from Cusco to Arequipa. Then unwind at Las Casitas, surrounded by the spellbinding landscapes of the Colca Canyon as the majestic condors soar above
Taste the Andes at Mauka, our exciting new restaurant in Cusco helmed by Pía León—one of Peru’s most talented young chefs. She's making it her mission to celebrate the hyper-local biodiversity of Cusco, in harmony with the cultural history of the Peruvian Andes.
Re-integrating crops, seeds and stories into fine dining, Mauka’s menu forms a fascinating lens into Peru’s historic ecosystems. Amid relaxed surroundings inside Palacio Nazarenas, A Belmond Hotel, feast on signature dishes prepared with care, craft, and tantalizing flavor.
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Mauka is a new Cusco restaurant that draws on hyper-local ingredients, in a menu that sources native crops, grains, and seeds, preparing them with contemporary methods. Through numerous ancient ingredients and centuries of history, discover Mauka’s DNA with the celebrated Peruvian chef at the helm: Pía León.
Join us as we venture to Patacancha village, a remote spot where farming traditions have been practiced for millennia in pursuit of the perfect, tasty potato...
Follow our guide on how to explore Barranco—the beating, bohemian heart of South America’s only coastal capital.
We climb through the history of the Andean mountains, learning how indigenous people are maintaining ties to their natural and spiritual surroundings to this day.
Peruvian-British author Karina Lickorish Quinn plots Lima’s history in through the lens of color.
Surfing has an easy-rolling reputation that signifies a certain way of life from Canggu to Puerto Escondido, but as South American local Sorrel Moseley-Williams says, it’s the unexpected corners that surprise the scene the most.
In our Talking Points series, Marie Arana explains the inextricable links between Peru’s past and present.
With plunging gorges, smoking volcanoes, lush green hills and dramatic desert slopes, it’s no surprise novelist Mario Vargas Llosa named Colca the “Valley of Marvels.”
When the Incas moved north of Cusco to the Urubamba Valley, they knew they had come across sacred land. With a rolling river mirroring the Milky Way, fertile soil in which crops could flourish and a pleasant year-round climate, this land would become home to one of the world’s greatest civilisations.
From the comfort of our luxury sleeper train, glide through a landscape of snow-capped mountains, majestic lakes and infinite horizons. Stop and explore Incan relics and otherworldly traditional villages.
Soaring views, rich culture, fascinating wildlife… In the Colca Valley, there’s something new to discover at every step. Aldo del Campo, Hotel Manager of Belmond Las Casitas, counts down his top experiences.
Dance down to Machu Picchu, be blessed by a Sacred Valley shaman, mix up a mean pisco sour in Cusco: Belmond lets you experience Peru in ways you could never have imagined.
A huge range of fantastic local produce and traditional dishes combine with culinary influences from across the globe to make Peru one of the world’s best food destinations.