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Hotels in the most visited destinations in Peru

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The Best of Peru Hotels – Luxury Hotels

ROSEN HOTEL SERIES: the most advanced technology systems descnaso, scientifically developed and built exclusively with the finest materials and existing in the world, for an industry standard of excellence hotels components. Discover our wide product lines:

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Website: www.rosen.com.pe

Call Center Rosen: 0800-1-2040 / 202 9520

Rosen Central Peru: 202 9500

Hotels in Cusco – Peru:

Belmond Hotel Monasterio

Address: Cusco Monasterio, Palacios 136, Cusco

Phone: (084) 604000

Cartegena House Boutique Hotel & Spa. High in the Andes of Peru, is the famous Inca city of Cusco. With its prime location, Casa Cartagena Cusco Boutique Hotel & Spa emerges after years of restoration, respecting the original design of the old house, to become one of the most exclusive luxury hotels in the city. Enjoy the comforts of this magical retreat, declared cultural heritage of humanity, and the unique beauty of its walls that merge Inca culture with colonial architecture.

Pumacurco # 336, Centro Historico, Cusco, Peru. Phone: +51 84 224356 Email: info@casacartagena.com

Inkaterra La Casona Inkaterra Cusco.- presents the first luxury property of Cusco and the first Relais & Chateaux property in Peru, which conveys an elegant blend of culture and tradition.

Address: 167 Small square Nazarene, Cusco

Phone: (01) 6100400

Sonesta Hotel Cusco.- 127 rooms with modern facilities, offers a beautiful view of the city or mountains. The hotel will be completely remodeled for its reopening in January 2010.

Av. El Sol 954, Cusco, Peru

Tel: 51.84.58.1200 // Fax: 51.84.22.1100

RECOMMENDED HOTELS IN PERU category 2 stars:

LIMA: Hostal Schell www.hostalschell.tk or the like
Nazca: Nazca Hostal House www.nazcahouse.com or the like
Arequipa: Hostal Uspalay www.uspaly.com or the like
CANYON: keros http://tierramisticahostels.blogspot.com or the like Hostal
Puno: Hostal Helena: www.hoteleshelena.com or the like
TRUJILLO: Hotel Rey Antares: www.reyantareshotel.com or the like
HOT WATER: Hostal Machupicchu or the like

In recent decades, tourism has become one of the economic activities that generated higher expectations, both at the government and the population. Economic systems of different latitudes and at different levels of developing countries put special emphasis on the development of tourism in Peru.

It is known that tourism is developed mainly on location and in the case of urban areas includes cultural resources, the vulnerability to the massive influx of visitors is very high. To say many experts, “the tourism relationship – natural environment is of great importance, the nature of this activity is the raw material” (Van de Meene Ruschmann, 1992). Globally, there is an increasing concern for environmental conservation, having discussed and developed a series of pronouncements in this regard. Scientific, social and cultural organizations; organized populations; political parties, among others, develop a growing activity in favor of environmental conservation. Mark a milestone in this direction the Agenda 21 United Nations (UN), the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development, among others. In the process have developed concepts such as “sustainable development”, “eco”, among others.

In the field of tourism have generated important documents, such as “The Charter for Sustainable Tourism” (1995), the Manila Declaration on the Social Impact of Tourism “(1997) and the” Declaration of Montreal “(1997), among others. The concept of sustainable tourism “has broken through in this context.

Two strong currents, on the one hand you have a growing tendency for conservation of the environment, and on the other, an activity that moves millions dollars and whose main place in nature; both tourism and conservation are not necessarily good companions, often conflict. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the relationship between the two, depending on compatible approaches for the benefit of tourism in Peru.

 

 

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