The Titilaka Hotel occupies a prominent location on a private peninsula jutting out into Lake Titicaca, the cradle of Andean civilisation. You could spend a lifetime just watching the changing light on the water and the shadows on the snow capped peaks beyond.
This boutique lodge has just 18 lake facing rooms. Depending on which side of the hotel you are on, you will see either the sunrise or the sunset through your huge picture windows. Ask for a King Room and you’ll have not only a king size bed but a double sofa bed for the kids as well. They’re easily the most spacious of Titilaka’s rooms, and have disabled (or pushchair) access as well.
When you do step outside your room, you’ll find the hotel has three lounges, a restaurant, and a well stocked bar. You can wander out onto the two private beaches, or set sail directly from the hotel’s jetty. Rafting through the reeds is tremendous fun, or for something a little more exertive, follow the Plateria cycling trail.