Given its privileged position, you’ll be happy to hear that all the rooms feature spectacular lake views from oversized windows. Upgrades are even western-facing, ideal for spectacular sunsets. Then, back inside, rooms are minimalist but comfortable, with polished dark-wood furniture paired against whitewashed walls. Suites are also available.
The hotel’s Los Uros Restaurant is its heart, serving up both international favourites and regional delicacies. Expect chef-chosen local delights to range from quinoa and cocoa to alpaca and lake trout. Breakfast is a special highlight, with the floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing the expansive sunsets.
Making use of the Libertador’s private pier, you’ll want to explore what is the largest lake in South America and the world’s highest navigable body of water. Pre-Incan ruins wait, alongside island villages where women wear bowler hats and brans bands mark ancient holy days. When you’ve finished exploring, be sure to relax in the fitness centre's hot tub or sample a pisco sour cocktail or two at the cocktail bar.