The hotel has 8 deluxe rooms and 40 superior rooms. There is a restaurant, a bar, and guests have access to complementary wi-fi.
Step into the smart, contemporary and cozy confines of El MaPi, amidst the picturesque Machu Picchu Pueblo. Discover an efficient, lively and friendly atmosphere, welcoming guests expecting an unfussy, down-to-earth break. The flowing lobby creates a sense of vitality.
The hotel is conveniently located in the village of Machu Picchu (formerly Aguas Calientes) some steps from the town center and Museum. The Machu Picchu Historical Reserve is just a few minutes located in a cloud forest between the Andes and the Amazon Basin in a green canyon on the Urubamba River, 110 km (70 miles) from the City of Cusco.
Organic and nutritious food from our orchard for breakfast, lunch, tea time, dinner or for sale “La Cafeteria”. The healthy buffet breakfast offers an egg and waffle station, a variety of local breads, various cheeses, homemade jams, local fruits, and fresh yogurts.
Buffet or a la carte lunch offers a health menu of organic salads, sandwiches, homemade soups, turnovers and pastries to enjoy them in a contemporary environment. In addition, a fresh pasta station.
Spa del Bosque is an elegant organic spa located on the top floor of El MaPi hotel in Machu Picchu village, with a panoramic view of the cloud forest. Four private treatment rooms are part of a circuit that includes: a pine sauna, hydro massage showers, heated plunge pool and hydration zone. This creates an holistic environment specially designed for the energetic well-being of our travelers through comprehensive body treatments, led by professional therapists.
Relax in a pleasant and wholesome ambience after your enlightening visit to Peru’s most famous destination: the Machu Picchu archaeological site.
Take a 30-minute bus transfer to the Historical Reserve of Machu Picchu. Your expert guide will lead a tour of the Reserve, providing geological and historical information on key areas of interest, including Intihuatana (the Sun Dial), the Sacred Plaza and the Temple of the Sun.
This is an opportunity to revel in the energy and atmosphere of one of the most significant and spectacular archaeological sites on the planet, surrounded by snow-capped peaks, Wayna Picchu and Intipunku (the Sun Gate), the entrance to the Machu Picchu Inca trail.
Apu Machu Picchu
Hike the Machu Picchu mountain for two and a half hours from the archaeological site, and reach the Summit of Apu Machu Picchu.
This trail, accessed from the Reserve, joins parts of the Inca trail leading to the Sun Gate before climbing to the mountain’s highest point. From there, enjoy the view of soaring eagles as well as Machu Picchu, other significant ruins in the area, Putukusi, Wayna Picchu, Salkantay mountain and the Vilcanota River.
Visit the historical citadel of Machu Picchu with a private guide, followed by an hour-trek up Wayna Picchu. The steep trail, overlooking Machu Picchu, clings to the side of the mountain, leading the adventurous traveler to a remote corner of this archaeological site.
In addition to a magnificent bird’s-eye view of Machu Picchu, the summit also offers a perfect vantage from which to take in the Vilcanota River, the mountain of Putukusi and the distant snow-capped Andean peaks.
A two-hour walk along the Vilcanota River follows the railroad tracks into the Mandor Valley, inhabited by varied and fascinating birdlife, including cock-of-the-rock, speckle-faced parrots and green jays. Relax and bathe under a secluded waterfall, before walking back to the hotel in the shadow of Machu Picchu.
Wake up early in the morning to take advantage of the optimum time for cloud-forest bird watching. Begin at a river observatory, with the possibility of sighting the sought-after torrent duck and the white-capped dipper. Then proceed to a productive tanager feeding area, where silver-beaked, blue-necked, fawn-breasted and saffron-crowned tanagers can be found.
Along the hotel’s pathways, be on the lookout for the cock-of-the-rock, the golden-headed quetzal and many of the 18 different hummingbirds identified on the grounds, including the booted racket-tail and the green-and-white hummingbirds, which are native to the area.