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Paz Y Luz Hotel

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Paz y Luz means Peace and Light. It is a beautiful guest and conference center high up in the Andes where groups and individual travellers gather for workshops, to experience sacred healing sessions or simply to relax, while visiting the Pisac archeological site and famous market. Owner and healer Diane Dunn, a New Yorker, moved to Peru in 2000 and created this center where people from all over the world, with many spiritual and healing traditions can gather together in the powerful energy of the Andes. Paz y Luz offers 22 guest rooms, 3 two-bedroom bungalows, 2 dedicated healing rooms, heart centre with a spa,sauna,jaccuzi,yoga/activity room, a restaurant, relaxation spaces and a beautiful round glass conference room that is ideal for meditation, yoga, dance, art and other workshops.
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1 kilometer from Pisac Bridge (to the right) ou Can Take a Taxi From Cusco Or Take a "Collectivo" Bus to Pisac. The Buses Leave From Calle Puputi Near the Rosas Pata Market in Cusco. The Drive Is Nearly 50 Minutes Form Cusco, Pisac Peru
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Velazco Astete Airport17 km
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Reviewed 20 December 2017

We brought a group of 11 people to stay at Paz y Luz for 5 days this summer. The accommodations were incredible (though a little rustic), the view surrounding it can't be beat, and the staff were friendly and helpful. However, the kitchen/restaurant that is...More

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Reviewed 14 October 2017

I returned to Paz y Luz with my 18-yeari-old son, his first trip to South America. He was sick the first couple of days we were there and the entire staff was so thoughtful and helpful. What could have started out as a bad memory...More

Thank Wendy C
Reviewed 12 October 2017

I have been visiting Paz y Luz for 10 years now. It is a simple comfortable place to stay. The people who work there and the people who visit there serve to make it feel very special Especially if you are interested in the Andean...More

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Reviewed 11 October 2017

Paz y Luz is beautiful, comfortable and perfectly located. There are stunning views of the Andes from every direction and incredible gardens all around the property. There is now a luxurious Spa and dance/yoga space - its the perfect place to retreat, relax and to...More

Thank Meredith S
Reviewed 8 October 2017

Sitting at the feet of the incredible, majestic mountain range of the Andes, this rustic hotel, spa and healing center is a beautiful place to stay. Either while on your way to Machu Picchu for a night to enjoy Pisac, or for a long term...More

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The hotel office can always order a taxi for you, from Cusco city, the airport or another location in the Sacred Valley. Just write an email. If you'd like to take public transportation from Cusco go to th Calle Puputi, near... More
Room Tips
"The newer hotel has the best views and light."
12 Oct 2017
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"Second floor avoids the noise from uncovered floors"
21 Aug 2016
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"We stayed in a building named Condor, and our room was part of its wings. Just perfect."
14 May 2016
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"The bottom floor rooms apparently noisy, where you could here everyone in the common area. No problems..."
08 Nov 2015
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