Lake Titicaca, Peru
Situated in a magnificent setting on the shores of Lake Titicaca on the border between Peru and Bolivia, Titilaka Lodge is an intimate and remote luxury boutique hotel offering travellers a unique and tranquil escape.
This charming eco-hotel features 18 lake-facing suites over three levels. Combining contemporary décor with local traditions, these stylish suites are designed to maximise comfort and luxury. Each suite features heated floors, large windows offering spectacular views across the lake, oversized bathtubs and all-modern amenities. Corner Rooms offer the best views of both sunrise and sunset.
The restaurant at Titilaka Lodge has floor to ceiling windows overlooking the water and offers a menu that showcases the finest contemporary Peruvian cuisine.
There are plenty of activities on offer at the lodge. Go mountain-biking, rowing, relax in comfortable armchairs on the deck and watch the sun go down. Once night falls, a spot of stargazing is a must. There’s also a spa offering indulgent treatments. The staff at Titilaka Lodge can arrange a variety of trips such as a visit to the birthplace of the Incas, a four-hour boat ride away, and to Titicaca’s floating Uros Islands.
Titilaka is a Relais & Châteaux property.
Titilaka Lodge Information
- Location & Getting There
Situated in a magnificent setting on the shores of Lake Titicaca on the border between Peru and Bolivia, Titilaka Lodge is a 30-minute flight from Cusco and a 80-minute flight from Lima.
This charming eco-hotel features 18 lake-facing suites over three levels connected by a central hallway. Corner rooms are the most popular and requested room, with comfy sofa beds by the large windows and panoramic views of the lake. Dawn rooms and Dusk rooms feature an exceptional view of the vast Lake Titicaca, also equipped with large sofa beds by the window. King rooms offer the same amenities, with one special one offering facilities for people with disabilities. All rooms are equipped with heated floors, multi-purpose table, huge bathrooms and a fully equipped mini-bar.
- Small jetty
- Indoor pool
- Games room
- Dining: 1 restaurant
There are plenty of activities on offer at the lodge. Go mountain-biking, rowing, stargazing, visit the birthplace of the Incas via a four-hour boat ride away, and to Titicaca’s floating Uros Islands, followed by a visit the spa for some indulgent treatments to rejuvenate after a strenuous day.
Children are welcome but there are no specific facilities available.