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Livin’ large like Bono at Hotel Sol y Luna

 

Before we flew to Peru, we found out that Bono had recently stayed and dined at Hotel Sol y Luna, our hotel in Urubamba, in the heart of the Sacred Valley. We took this as a good sign. Bono is a well-traveled man. Like us, he also puts a priority on good food.

Through all our travels, Todd and I have stayed in almost every type of accommodation possible except a tent pitched to the side of a mountain. We’ve slept on strangers’ floors, in a chilly but cozy Turkish cave, at a Korean love motel in a room with its own condom vending machine and many tissue boxes, and on a Moroccan mattress that felt like it was stuffed with potatoes. For long-term travelers, where you sleep is not often a highlight of the trip.
 
Foyer of bungalow at Hotel Sol y Luna
 
Independent (some might say obstinate and cheap) travelers that we are, we arrive at Hotel Sol y Luna via combi, a dirt-cheap, locals-packed minibus. The combi driver drops us off where the road meets the long hotel driveway, which we stroll down, toting our backpacks. Given the surprised reaction of the hotel staff, we might be the only people that have ever arrived at their door on foot.
 
An amazing view of the mountains from our hotel room
On the way to our bungalow, we’re given a tour of the hotel grounds, thronged with blooming plants designed to attract local birds, bees, butterflies, and camera-toting guests.
 
Still sore from hiking Machu Picchu, we spend the rest of the afternoon napping in bed and next to the pool. We put what little ambition we have toward an hour alternating between the wet and dry saunas that are included for all guests. Finally, our sore muscles stop hurting.
 
The next day, we’ve finally recovered enough to tour more of Hotel Sol y Luna’s grounds and guest bungalows. We get treated to a peek inside the premium bungalow where Bono stayed. Yes, this is his bed. Imagine the musical dreams Bono had there, fueled by a spicy Peruvian meal.
 
Bono’s bungalow, like the rest of the hotel spaces, is filled with Peruvian antiques and art commissioned by Hotel Sol y Luna’s owners. Vases overflow with handmade paper flowers. For me and Todd, being surrounded by so much color and creativity is one of the best parts of our stay. Well, ok, the spa too. And the food.
 
Source, Photography and more info: by Lauren, Ephemerratic
 
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