Concierge.com's insider take:
Commanding the most enviable position of all the lodgings in Puno, the Libertador is the sole occupant of a little peninsula that juts out into Lake Titicaca. The 123-room hotel is also the poshest in town, with gastronomic offerings that arguably merit a trip in themselves (start in the bar with coca sours and piqueos by the fire, then move on to the Novo Andean specialties, such as quinoa risotto, at the restaurant). Only one aspect of the property doesn't fit the luxe picture: Sound carries rather easily between guest rooms—though, oddly, the same holds true of many Puno hotels. What the Libertador's walls lack in thickness, however, they make up for in window space. There are amazing views of the lake, particularly at sunrise and sunset. During the day, you have easy access to Titicaca's greatest hits (from the floating Uros Islands to the beautifully terraced Taquile Island) as well as to Puno's city center.—Abbie Kozolchyk
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