Among the hotel services and facilities, you can find the following:
Culture is ever-present in the hotel, as there are several artistic areas or spaces. This combines the concept of accommodation, art and history with elegance and comfort.
In the Art Gallery of Aranwa Sacred Valley Hotel & Wellness you can see paintings by José Sabogal, Enrique Camino Brent, Juan Pedro Azabache Machicado, Vinatea Reinoso, Carlos Revilla, Angel Chavez, Gerardo Chavez, Enrique Polanco, Luis Palau, Victor Turpo, Jose Coronado, among other distinguished artists.
Space dedicated to one of the most prominent Peruvian and Latin American photographers, renowned for its profound social, historical and ethnic statement. By appreciating Martin Chambi’s images, you can understand the aristocracy, customs and traditions as the significant use of light and composition, allow their photographs transcend time. He was the first to reveal the archaeological discovery of Machu Picchu in photography, after the arrival of Hiram Bingham to the Inca citadel, in 1911.
Maintaining the architectural style of the seventeenth century, the St. Peter and St. Paul is a sign of deeply rooted Catholicism in Peru. The chapel has an altarpiece done in gold leaf, paintings of the Cusco School and a pipe organ brought from Berlin.
In the museum you can see some colonial art pieces from the era of the Casona, besides the most complete collection of furniture from Peru as well as paintings, gilded frames, sculptures and liturgical ornaments.
Guests can enjoy interesting documentaries of the main attractions of Peru, and their favorite movies. It is designed and implemented with high technology, becoming a space for family entertainment.
The library has a collection of Peruvian art books and tourist destinations, in a comfortable and pleasant ambience. You can find books and CDs that provide useful information about the Peruvian culture in different languages.