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Luxury hotels in Peru

Cox & Kings luxury hotels in Peru range from 4- to 5-star options. From boutique hotels in Lima decorated in contemporary Andean style to elegant colonial mansions, remote eco-lodges in the Amazonian rainforest or lodges perched by the shores of tranquil Lake Titicaca, there are many excellent character hotels in Peru to choose from.

Peru river cruisers

Cox & Kings uses a range of exclusive river cruisers to explore the Amazon.

Aria Amazon

The Aria Amazon is one of the most exclusive river cruisers in the Amazon. Aria offers 16 sleek suites with floor-to-ceiling windows, and all suites are air conditioned. While on board, relax in the elegant top deck air-conditioned lounges and sample fine cuisine from a menu created by a renowned Peruvian chef.

Delfin I & II

Delfin I and II are comfortable first-class river cruisers furnished in natural local woods. Delfin II can accommodate up to 28 passengers, while Delfin I has just four luxurious and spacious air-conditioned suites with private terraces and floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows. Two of the suites feature private jacuzzis. Both boats offer open-air observation decks affording great views and a restaurant serving fresh cuisine.

MV Acacia & MV Cattleya

These newly launched air-conditioned cruisers offer comfortable, superior river journeys. MV Cattleya features six cabins, an open-air observation deck, dining room, indoor lounge and a bar. MV Acacia is ideal for families or small groups of friends with just three cabins, a dining area and an indoor lounge.

 

Experience Peru with Cox & Kings

Peru is packed with wonders, including the iconic Machu Picchu, the Amazon river and Colca Canyon. Plus, there’s the delectable Peruvian cuisine.
 

Trains in Peru

The stylish Belmond Andean Explorer offers one of the most scenic rail journeys between Lake Titicaca and Cuzco with spectacular views of mountains and the altiplano, serving a three-course lunch and afternoon tea on board. Various trains with comfortable seats and panoramic windows run daily from Cuzco and the Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu, passing small villages and mountain scenery along the Urubamba river.

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