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Colca Lodge Spa & Hot Springs

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- Stunning setting amidst mountain terraces
- Eco-friendly retreat offering great value
- On-site hot springs and spa
- Cycling, hiking, alpaca farm, Inca ruins

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Colca Lodge is a striking property set within the majestic Colca Canyon in southern Peru. The lodge lies just outside the charming town of Yanque, one of many traditional, long-established settlements situated nearby. The lodge's decor is inspired by the many ancient Inca ruins that have been discovered in the canyon and beyond, and the countless terraced hillsides which date back before the Incas provide a stunning backdrop.

There are 45 rooms, all with excellent views of the hotel’s picturesque grounds and the canyon slopes. There are several room categories on offer including doubles, triples, quadruples and several suites. All rooms have windows which let in plenty of natural light, an en-suite bathroom and a terrace. Guests are encouraged to relax and refrain from relying on modern technology as much as they would at home and in keeping with this concept, televisions are only available in communal areas.

The nearby volcanic springs lend the hotel particular appeal because they supply the property's own hot springs. There are a total of four hot springs, and they're noted for containing high levels of lithium which is thought to have a number of positive, soothing effects on the body. In keeping with the hotel’s eco-friendly policies, only natural materials such as straw and stone were used during the pools’ construction. There's also a full-service spa with a broad menu of treatments ranging from hot stone treatments to massages, facials and more. For those looking to discover the wider area, there are trips to a nearby alpaca farm, hikes to nearby pre-Inca ruins and opportunities for cycling, among other activities. And it's always a delight to return to the hotel and enjoy the spectacular natural scenery.

Although there are no child-oriented services or facilities, children are more than welcome to stay here and there is plenty to keep them busy in the area. Those travelling with young children are advised to book the Family Suite.

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    Missingfiona g reviewing Complete Vietnam For Families on 15 April 2024

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    MissingHardeep S reviewing Boutique Marrakech & Atlas Mountains on 15 April 2024

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