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AT FIRST Look, Titilaka's neo-mechanical passageway seems to have played Judas on fresh introductions. Be that as it may, venture into the breezy entryway and it's anything but difficult to why: the whole hotel is worked to make the most out of South America's most astounding, biggest, most wondrously wonderful lake on the opposite side. Everybody results in these present circumstances corner of the world to visit Lake Titicaca's interested islands, yet just visitors at Titilaka get floor-to-roof perspectives of the lake and its taking off vault of blue sky. What's more, as though this isn't sufficient, there's a wrap-around patio with twofold quaint little inns seats from which to take everything in. The brilliant insides are created by designer Jordi Puig, the proprietor Ignacio Masías and his sister Sandra Masías (likewise the group behind the keen Hotel B and the new Atemporal hotels in Lima). Untainted daylight streams in, warming the adobe brickwork, rich couches, tosses and floor coverings in striking Altiplano hues, and bespoke Pop-workmanship pieces. Amid the day, a decision of 14 excursions is offered as standard, running from rafting or investigating the archeological site of Sillustani to taking a sailboat to Bolivia's great, auto free Island of the Sun. On your arrival, enjoy a back rub or kick back in your room - every one of the 18 have lake sees and warmed floors, and most have huge baths. Begin the night with pisco-controlled mixed drinks at nightfall - a pit-fire is lit to tame the Andean chill - before a dinner of New Peruvian dishes, for example, alpaca carpaccio, mountain trout ceviche and quinoa soufflé. Before bed, make one last visit to the deck to see one of the greatest night skies on the planet

Address:  Titilaka, Lake Titicaca, Puno, Peru
Telephone:  +51 1 700 5100
Price: doubles from about £820, including meals, excursions and transfers

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