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What will be the first luxury sleeper train in Peru will take attendees on four- to seven-night journeys across the Peruvian Andes, visiting everything from remote villages to famous destinations such as Lake Titicaca and Cusco.
“I can’t say that it’s the emerging market, as that’s always changing, but Latin America has always been a huge focus for us.”
Three capsule suites comprise the skylodge—each of which is a transparent hanging bedroom at the top of a 1,200-foot mountain with a 300-degree view of the Sacred Valley.
"Beyond sightseeing around Cusco and visiting Machu Picchu, we take the experience to the next level, offering activities such as harvesting tours through local farms, picnics in the Sacred Valley, culinary seminars on property where attendees learn about native ingredients and how to cook local dishes directly from our chef."
“More than a trend, health and well-being is being embraced as a lifestyle, and more and more, we are coming across groups seeking to incorporate wellness into their experience.”
Catering menus are inspired by ingredients from the indigenous region of Peru in the south part of the country.
Built on the grounds of the 16th century San Agustin Convent, the hotel offers a combination of historic tours and ancient ceremonies mixed with contemporary cooking lessons and photography workshops.
“We wanted to develop programming that allows groups to experience the destination as its ancestors did and as some locals still do, making them feel like they are a part of it and not just spectators.”