Stay in comfort.
Stay in beauty. Stay with us.
Located in beautiful Yanahuara, in the heart of Peru’s Sacred Valley, we offer lovely rooms and tours to some of the areas most beautiful and interesting attractions.
Casa Redonda Lodge, located in Yanahuara at the 5th collectivo stop (quinto paradero), in the heart of Peru’s Sacred Valley is just a short 10-minute drive to Ollantaytambo, the embarkation point for the train to Macchu Pichu.
When you stay at Casa Redonda Lodge you will experience staying in a quiet and bucolic Andean community with beautiful hiking trails nearby. Our rooms are clean and modern and reasonably priced. We feature Direct TV and Wifi for our guests, free parking, and, for those who like live entertainment we offer a full-sized billiard table.
We have a restaurant and kitchen facilities, and just down the road from us in Pachay is an excellent brewery, Cervecería del Valle Sagrado, which also serves food, as well as other dining options.
Stay in Comfort.
Stay in Style.
Our hotel rooms feature clean and modern furnishings and appliances, with private bathroom (some with bathtubs). We also have WiFi and large TVs with DirectTV for your viewing pleasure.
Discover Great Adventures on ATVs
The Sacred Valley has some of the most beautiful landscapes and attractions in the world. We offer ATV tours to the Maras Salt Mines, the stunning Perolniyoc waterfall, and other local sites. Come join us for a wonderful adventure in paradise.
Some of the tours
From ATV tours, horseback riding, to bicycle tours to various destinations, including the Maras Salt Mines, Perolniyoc waterfall, Mirador Valley, and guided trips to the cultural sites of Ollantaytambo, Moray, and Naupa Inglesia. We offer wonderful experiences that will last a lifetime.
What People Say
I love this area! Yanahuara is so beautiful and it is close to so much that the Sacred Valley has to offer. We were happy with the room. It was clean and a nice place to unwind after so many wonderful adventures.William & Megan James
Llamas, rainbows, waterfalls and incredible ruins. What is not to love about Peru!Camille S, California