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Reviewed 11 November 2011

The Hotel is lovel and the rooms are commodious--always ask for a room overlooking the massive pool and ocean. Located a few hours south of Lima it is comfortable, clean and sevice is fine. Staff, --like it seems--all Peruvians--are friendly, helpful and smile. Helps one relax. Tea--especially coco tea--is always aviaialable in the lobby. Pool is massive but now and then you share it with sea gulls--hey, the Balesta Islands of mucho guano fame are nearby, Sea breezes tempt one to open windows and doors--problem was there are plenty of mosquitoes nearby so spent one night of three chasing mosquitoes. Breakfast are good but not much sign of Peruvian style foods.Dinners are very good. Nearby beach is lovely for sunset walks and bird watching. Paracas Nature Reserve nearby is a wonderfully interesting site for everything from fossils to seabirds and sea lions. Always remember, :Paracas" means wind so expect almost constant winds daily and heavier winds in the evening. Road into the Hotel was a trifle bumpy and dusty. No shops nearby so you need to visit the Town a few miles distant. Recommended for weary travellers who might also enjoy an earthquake now and then!

Room Tip: Always ask for rooms facing the ocean.
  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled with friends
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Thank NamutKwu
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Reviewed 11 November 2011

We stayed in the interior rooms with view to the indoor patio but the room was quiet eventhough the beds were a bit noisy ... ; )
The outdoor pool is very big and has a great view to Paracas Bay
The breakfast was good with lots of variety.
The staff were very friendly and helpful.
The location is a bit distant from Paracas on foot , 5 min by taxi ( about 10 soles , negotiable ) .
We had a great stay .

  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 7 November 2011

We had a spacious first floor room with amazing views over the pool to the beach from the balcony, which has a built in seat and table. Some of the bedrooms overlook the car park and the bleak arid landscape which wouldn't have been so great and were quite noisy according to another guest.

We were there in late September and we practically had the place to ourselves. There is a large pool with loungers leading to a narrow sandy beach - there was nobody on it and many of the neighbouring houses seemed unoccupied. The hotel is a couple of miles south of Paracas and is surrounded by another couple of small hotels and houses so there isn't any nightlife. The food was good - buffet breakfast. The bar and dining room seemed over-staffed so service was prompt. One man's job seemed to be chasing the gulls out of the swimming pool. Free wifi.

The boat trip to Paracas out to the Ballestas Islands is a great trip - you don't land but there are thousands of birds there. The hotel is on the edge of the Paracas National Park which is worth a visit. There isn't much to Paracas village centre - a few restaurants and shops geared up for the boat trip visitors.

Spent 2 nights there but didn't have any chill time - it definitely merits a third night if you want somewhere quiet.

Room Tip: Avoid the rooms overlooking the car park The suites have hammocks on their balconies
  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank lbj17
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Reviewed 25 October 2011

La Hacienda Bahia Paracas is an excellent hotel with a very good restaurant. A nice view over the Paraca bay, and a very nice pool area. You can easily take a walk from the hotel along the beach to the Paraca village, enjoy nature and the bird life.

We enjoyed the stay and the excellent food.

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank Erik_T_S
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Reviewed 18 October 2011

We finished our holiday in Peru with three nights at the Hacienda, and had no complaints at all about the room, the services, the view, or the location. You need three nights, so that you can visit the Ballestas Islands and the Paracas National Park one day (both well worth it), and just flop on the second.

We had no trouble getting space by the pool or on the narrow beach (good for bird-watching), but that may have been because we were there in September, which must be out of season. I say that because the hotel was almost empty. That made dining a bit soulless, since there were rarely more than three or four tables occupied in the restaurant, and the bar was no busier. Also, the food was a bit international-hotel bland, although perfectly good. We had a livelier time lunching at one of the sea-front fish restaurants in El Chaco, a mile and a short cab ride up the coast.

Patrons may be impressed by the references outside and in the bar to Ernest Hemingway and the Cabo Blanco Fishing Club - cue for pictures of men in the Thirties posing with huge black marlin they'd pulled out of the sea. Patrons should realise that this is all a bit of a con; Cabo Blanco is six hundred miles to the north.

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled with family
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Thank Ian C
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