A dreamy new geodesic-domed hotel opens in Peru’s Sacred Valley

Accommodations don’t get much dreamier than StarDome Peru. Located in the heart of Peru’s Sacred Valley, this one-of-a-kind boutique hotel and retreat center allows travelers to sleep under the stars in a luxurious geodesic dome. It will start accepting reservations from February 1.

This stunning new hotel near Machu Picchu is sure to make its way onto travelers’ bucket lists this year. Check out this inside look at StarDome Peru to see why.

A look at StarDome Peru

Located between Cusco and Machu Picchu, StarDome Peru is an incredible place to admire the wild beauty of the Andes region. The ultra-remote location is only accessible via a private road, ensuring travelers a high degree of privacy and serenity throughout their stay.

What makes this property particularly unique is its geodesic dome structure that looks like a giant bubble nestled in the mountains. But rather than go the glamping route, as other dome hotels have done, StarDome Peru has made its accommodations all about luxury – think: heated marble floors, private stone showers, plush beds stacked with handmade blankets and traditional Inca-inspired tiling from renowned ceramic artist Seminario.

Guests can choose from six unique suites at StarDome Peru. The Garden Mountain View and Garden Valley View suites offer the best value starting at $399 per night. But for just $100 more, you can soak up a never-before-seen view of the Sacred Valley by staying in one of two aptly named Sacred Valley View Suites.

The crown jewel of StarDome Peru, however, is the Royal Mountain View Suite. Designed for hotel owner Bob Berman (founder of Toronto’s high-tech healing center, Soul 7), the massive suite is adorned with a double Jacuzzi and has its own private entrance to the StarDeck (more on this later). subject in a moment). Its panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows also offer breathtaking views of mighty Mount Veronica, the highest peak in the Urubamba mountain range. A one-night stay in this exclusive suite starts at $799, but chances are you’ll want to stay much longer.

Other things to like about StarDome Peru

The quirky architecture and impressive suites are reason enough to book a stay at StarDome Peru, but the hotel also has a number of other features that make it worthwhile.

The property’s connection to the local community is deep. It prides itself on hiring all of its staff from the local community, which not only provides travelers with authentic cultural interactions, but also brings important hospitality education to the area. StarDome’s local connections allow guests to participate in enriching experiences including healing ceremonies and workshops on plant medicine. The property also offers special excursions to some of Peru’s most popular destinations, including the archaeological site of Pumamarca, the ancient village of Ollantaytambo, and (of course) Machu Picchu.

Your stay at StarDome Peru includes a sumptuous traditional breakfast at Apu Restaurant. The on-site restaurant showcases recipes from local chefs and also offers private dining experiences. Guests can also enjoy the hotel’s StarDeck. The lounge area offers 360 degree views and a telescope, allowing you to enjoy epic stargazing in the Sacred Valley.

Future plans at StarDome Peru

Such a special property is sure to book quickly once reservations open on February 1. But if Peru isn’t in your immediate travel plans, StarDome Peru has plenty to get you excited for future stays. He is working on adding 10 more suites to the property and a healing center for yoga. Keep an eye on Instagram and the StarDome website for the latest offerings from this remarkable hotel.

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