Camping no longer allowed
Caraz is a good place to spend a night if you're coming from the north via Cañon del Pato. Los Pinos has a few grassy gardens in the back of the property where you can camp. It costs an extra 5 soles per night to park in the secured lot next to the camping area. The rooms were expensive, so look elsewhere if you aren't camping. Electricity in the restaurant.
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Now called Casona Lara. Located in large white hacienda next to the church. Wonderful stay in place with helpful friendly staff. Very quiet with secure parking, average WiFi and hot showersReport Check-In
Hotel. Really nice old house like the best hotels. Luis, the owner is to friendly and tour guide with really good knowledge. He produces destilado de Agave (familiar of requila). Place for have a good rest. Prices like Hotel 4starts.Report Check-In
We were two up on our bike and stayed here for two nights to recover from some tough rising through the mountains. This was well over our normal budget of 40s per night for accommodation at 160s.... but it was well worth it. The rooms were wonderful, clean, nice hot showers, great beds and bedding. The hotel area is secure and quite.... no barking dogs or early morning Roosters. The price included a great breakfast (as you would expect). Overall we had a great stay, to recharge the battery's before heading NorthReport Check-In
we visit the place, but there is no space at the lodge areal for RV's. so we moved to the very nice campground Guadelupe, a little bit outside from town.Report Check-In
We were kicked out of our room after 17:00 to make space for the owners family who had no reservation. We were not even allowed to speak to the owner on the phone. Very disappointed at how guests get treated.Report Check-In
Very expensive but looks very good. We tried to stay in the lodge but they only had a suite left for 280S. Luckily they made a plan for us in a backpackers opposite the lodge, which (I think) is also owned by the same business. We managed to park our bikes in the secure parking behind Los Pinos and the backpackers was great, clean, empty and only cost 20S pp. we were allowed to use the lodges wifi---Report Check-In
Don't waste your time. Rude and opportunistic. First bad interaction of the trip. Found another great spot we have posted nearby.Report Check-In
- 30 Soles for the two of us (originally 35)
- OK grassy parking, good for about three regular vehicles, would fit one big rig
- gate with unlimited height
- nice gardens
- luxurious toilet
- hot shower
- reliable wifi, ok speed
- two dogs, one rather protective (ever seen an angry sharpei?)
- main entrance from Parque San Martin, gate is behind the corner to the north
Caraz is a good place to spend a night if you're coming from the north via Cañon del Pato. Los Pinos has a few grassy gardens in the back of the property where you can camp. It costs an extra 5 soles per night to park in the secured lot next to the camping area. The rooms were expensive, so look elsewhere if you aren't camping. Electricity in the restaurant.Report Check-In
Hotel located in the center of Caraz. While you camp on a small, somewhat messy parking lot of the resort you can enjoy the beautiful garden with tables and chairs. Hot showers, free WIFI.
(Originally 50 Soles, Soles by action 15 / person plus 5 Soles / car)Report Check-In
Expensive at S50 per night but very nice. Room in yard for 2 campers max. WIFI, electricity, water, hot showers and toilets. Hotel has really nice garden with sun loungers, nice lounge and very friendly dog.Report Check-In
Camping on gravel in the Albergo’s parking lot. Nice garden, power, WIFI in the Albergo, water, hot shower and walking distance into town center.
Price: 35 SolReport Check-In