The Hotel Jaya Machu Picchu is located at the foot of the Sacred Mountain of Machu Picchu, in a small town where you can find everything for your trip and your comfort; you don’t have to walk far to get to beautiful restaurants, commercial shops, handicraft shops (you support a lot by buying local crafts), besides getting very easily to the train station, and the bus station that will take you to the citadel of Machu Picchu
Discover the magic of an a trip to Machu Picchu
We are located in “Machupicchu Pueblo”, in a quiet area of the city, from where you can appreciate the beauty of the mountains and enjoy the gentle breeze of the Peruvian Andes. We are also very close to the bus and train station.
1. We are hosts
Travellers are welcome at our hotel. Your good comments motivate us.
2. We are committed and do
We meet our objectives. They are ambitious, achievable, flexible, agile, and measurable.
3. We are a great team
Our united family achieves more. Good communication connects us.
4. We grow together
We promote and support personal and professional development. Feedback helps us to grow.
5. We live in values
Respect, Friendship, Loyalty, Perseverance and Tolerance are the main values we promote. We have integrity in everything we do.
6. We provide quality
Excellence, consistency and attention to detail are the pillars of our success.
7. We innovate
We are on the move and continuously improving. Technology drives us.
Near to Jaya Machu Picchu
Medicinal Thermal Baths
The name of the village’s hot springs is due to the magnificent thermal waters with medicinal properties. These waters emanate from underground and are distributed in 5 open-air wells, with a temperature fluctuating between 38 – 46 °C.
Imagine relaxing in these waters after a walk… sounds good, doesn’t it?
The entrance fee is $6.00 USD or about S/20.00 in local currency.
The opening hours are from Monday to Sunday from 5:00 am to 8:00 pm.
Manuel Chavez Ballon Site Museum:
For those who wish to discover all the secrets of Machu Picchu, in this place are exposed more than 250 found since its discovery until the present time.
The cost of the entrance is $6.60 USD or around S/22.00 national currency
Visiting hours are from Monday to Sunday from 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
For adventure lovers, Putucusi Mountain is a good option to see the city of Machupicchu from another angle. Access to this mountain is totally free and the tour takes approximately four hours round trip. However, the terrain is complicated so we recommend you do this trek only if you are well prepared physically.
For nature lovers, this is an excellent option, butterflies, endemic birds, orchids is what this private reserve can offer, plus a spectacular waterfall to cool down after the 1 hour walk from aguas calientes following the train tracks.
In Peru there are more than 4000 species of butterflies and the largest quantity is found in the town of Machupicchu, in this place you will not only be able to see the butterflies but also interact with them. To get there, you will only have to walk for half an hour on the road that goes up to Machu Picchu.
The entrance fee is $3.00 USD or S/10.00 in local currency
Visiting hours are from Monday to Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Handicraft market in Machu Picchu Town
If you want to take some souvenirs for your family and friends in this market you will find from textiles to ceramics.
We are careful with the quality of the service we provide, your comfort before and after visiting Machu Picchu is our goal