Located at an altitude of 3250 meters (10660 feet) above sea level, the hotel is built on the banks of the River Colca and is surrounded by hundreds of pre-Inca agricultural terraces that have been declared a Peruvian National Heritage.

It’s design inspired by the old pre-Inca structures, Colca Lodge employs earth, stone and straw in its construction to create a magical environment where the rooms are connected with the gardens which, in turn, shade into the adjacent crop-fields without the use of dividing structures such as walls or hedges.

An additional attraction of the privileged location of Colca Lodge is that guests have relaxing thermal springs, unique in Peru, at their permanent disposal. The four pools, which have different temperatures and contain water rich in lithium, are located in completely natural surroundings where the magic of the elements takes on an extraordinary dimension.

Few places on Earth have the good fortune to be blessed with such beautiful natural surroundings and hot springs of such special quality as you will find at Colca Lodge.

Colca Lodge has 45 rooms of a rustic style all of which have a view of the valley and the hotel’s gardens and patios. Most of them have a creative heating system employing heat-radiating stone slabs warmed by our own geothermal energy sources – with a minimum environmental impact.