KusyWasi Villa: A Private Alternative to Urubamba Valley Hotels

Of the many accommodation options in Peru’s Urubamba (Sacred) Valley, we have recently come across a very special and unique alternative being offered by our friend Mariana: KusyWasi Villa. Located near the town of Pisac, this beautiful villa allows for guests to escape the crowds and tour groups that frequent nearby hotels and enjoy the privacy and tranquility that the property has to offer.

Amidst an estate with other privately owned villas and beautiful gardens, KusyWasi Villa is an ideal accommodation for families or groups looking for a private and spacious property to stay in the breathtaking Valley. “I got the idea after renting a home in the countryside in Tuscany”, Mariana told us of the very elegant villa, which features an atrium complete with a fountain among other details.

Guests can expect a personalized welcome upon arrival at the two-story, four bedroom villa.  The house features two master bedrooms equipped with king-sized beds, cozy linens, and elegant ensuite bathrooms as well as two additional smaller bedrooms.  Guests can also enjoy the comforts of home, relaxing in front of the fireplace in the living room, perhaps, or cooking their own meal in the full-sized kitchen with local Peruvian ingredients.

Mariana goes out of her way to make guests’ stay at KusyWasi Villa memorable and personalized.  She prides herself in making the cozy villa a “home away from home” for all her guests, accommodating their requests and arranging additional services if required.

Please contact us for more information about staying at KusyWasi Villa and incorporating a stay at the villa into your trip to the Urubamba Valley.

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