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Puerto Maldonado finally has the backpacker accommodations it desperately needed. This clean, relaxing hostel has a mix of dorm and private rooms abutting a garden courtyard with hammocks, and a huge breakfast is included in the price...
Loki Del Mar
Social butterflies flock to this mother of all beach hostels, which is really a self-contained resort masquerading as a backpackers’ hangout...
Thought has been put into this big backpacker haven that’s a stone’s throw from Plaza Regocijo. One of the all-inclusives (with bar, pool room and sunbathing), it ups the ante by being clean, friendly and service-minded...
1900 Backpackers Hostel
A sudden new hot spot in downtown Lima, this old mansion designed by Gustavo Eiffel has been revamped with modern design touches, though it maintains the marble floors and other turn-of-the-century flourishes. For a hostel it’s downright gorgeous...
Hotel El Huacachinero
Recently upgraded, the Huacachinero logs the finest restaurant in the oasis (by a stretch), a relaxing pool area (no blaring music), and immediate dune access via the back gate if you’re up for a 45° one-step-forward-two-steps-back climb to the sunset...
Backed against the ruins, this modern lodge with a sprawling lawn is a real retreat, thanks to the welcoming staff and the helpful attention of its Scottish owner. The ample, cozy rooms feature powerful hot showers that melt your muscle aches...
Hotel Kuntur Wassi
As upmarket as Cabanaconde gets, Kuntur Wassi is actually rather charming and is built into the hillside above town, with stone bathrooms, trapezoidal windows overlooking the gardens and a nouveau-rustic feel. Suites have enormous bathtubs...
Hotel Nazca Lines
Exceedingly tranquil considering its city center location, this lauded hotel is arranged around a large courtyard complete with lovely swimming pool and fountain...
Hotel Pisac Inca
Sisters Tatiana and Claudia run this small, cheerful lodging with a handful of colorful rooms around a tiny courtyard. Kitchen use is extra but it’s a steal.
This fab 23-room choice makes no bones about it: lime and tangerine are its favorite colors and you will be pummeled with them at every turn...
Inkaterra La Casona
Hitting the perfect balance of cozy and high style, this renovated grand colonial in tiny Plazoleta Nazarenas is simply debonair...
Pozo Del Cielo
Looking a bit like something Gaudi might have crafted, ‘Heaven’s Well,’ as the name translates, is all low doorways, weirdly shaped rooms and winding paths. One half expects the seven dwarfs to come marching out...
Antigua Miraflores Hotel
In a converted early-20th-century mansion, this quiet, atmospheric hotel with a lovely courtyard channels colonial charm. Rooms are equipped with the expected modern amenities, but the furnishings display baroque touches...
Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel
Ungainly on the outside, this high-end hotel has a soothing interior. Light-flooded, white-walled spaces with splashes of bold color give it a modern feel that’s luxurious without being pompous...
Feeling luxurious but also lived-in, this antique French-owned guesthouse gives a real feel for Cuzco, down to the Inca stonework. Tasteful rooms with original murals and tapestries overlook a vast courtyard paved in river stones...
Second Home Cusco
A cozy boutique lodging with three chic suites, featuring original artwork, adobe walls and skylights...
Hotel La Joya
With true, glittering ’80s panache, this towering, mirror-lined monolith offers hotel-standard rooms, with TV and writing desk. There’s a very cheesy but comfortable lounge downstairs with endless muzak on tap...
Owned by the same people as the Victoria Regia; you can be sure you’re in good hands at this smart hotel. Rooms are large and finished in delicate earthy tones; they all come with minifridges, air-con, minisafes and writing desks...
Casa De La Gringa
This laid-back hostel is a spiritual, New Age retreat overrun by a garden of healing plants. In the main house, the funky rooms are wildly colorful. There's a mixed-sex dormitory for backpackers, a shared kitchen, and a TV-and-games lounge...
La Casa De Zarela
Zarela’s helpfulness is legendary. The 16 rooms here have hot showers and kitchen facilities, as well as lots of neat little patio areas in which to relax with a book...
While it’s pretty pricey for what you get, this colorful Italian-owned lodging is snug, with quixotic, bright rooms and a cave-like cushioned lounge. Has an in-house responsible-travel operator, and sponsors community projects. Entrance is on Resbalosa.
Casa De Avila
If the spacious courtyard garden doesn’t swing it for you, the congenial personalized service ought to – this is no ‘yes sir, no sir’ chain hotel...