Quiet parking on grass beside the cute hotel. Quiet at night. Bathrooms next to the reception. About half way between Nazca and Cuzco. Gated area and safe. 20 Soles for two people.
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We arrived at 7pm at night. There is no sign, I guess the hotel ist closed. We were allowed to stay for the night.
No information if there are showers and toilets, but we are self contained.
nuit paisible avec un reveil par chant du cop et du dindon.
prix motorhomme =25 sols sans wifi ni electricite.
c est mignon pour passer la nuit dommage qu il manque des commodites
lieu.sympathique tres.propre et terrain clos surveillé par le chien.Sanitaires propres mais pasd électricité ni de wifi.Possibilité de recharger en eau.
prix 25 sols pour 4 avec le camping car.
This is anything but a bad experience. Perfect for a stop between Nasca and Cusco. Very friendly and welcoming. 20 Soles per car. Clean toilets in reception (until 9:30 pm) and next to the restaurant a bit further away (all night). Very nice and quiet.
The restaurant is OK but really expensive (35 Soles for main course), rather small dishes and not very efficient. They were a bit stressed out by a tour group of 10 besides us.
Nice quiet clean place, limited wifi around or inside the reception area. No shower. 20 sols for us in our westy.Report Check-In
***Worst experience in South America ***
The place is amazing, true. But if you want to camp and on a budget it’s a nightmare... first of all, I never met a staff like that... so unfriendly, we were talking money with a closed fence between us, very nice. Then the price to put my tent was 50soles and after debate 30soles( for 30 soles you’ve got a room almost everywhere in Peru). Let me summarise what you’ll have for 30 soles : no shower, no hot water, no breakfast, no table/chair/electricity/light at the “”campground””, and not even a ground to pitch your tent ( I broke 6 of my heavyduties pegs)... and she kept my passport all the night... the girl told me the hotel was famous ( pointing to overlander’s stickers) and that’s why it was expensive ... so please boycott this place or think twice... those people are just there to take your cash ...
Still 25S, banos have seats but there was no TP in the one by the restaurant. Wifi slow in reception area, better out front actually. Bitel reception is H+. Be aware there are two entry gates; use eastern one for camping.Report Check-In
lovely place and surroundings, great to camp in gated lot next to the hotel, paid 25S , highly recommend on the way to CuscoReport Check-In
Great spot to camp or get a cheap room. They have rooms as low as $30 not just $80 rooms. We pd 25 soles to camp. The place is quite nice with a great lounge area in reception. We ate at the restaurant and it was very good. Nice people. Just ring the bell at the gate or honk. The owners live there.Report Check-In
Really cute place. It has an adobe feel with a little fountain in the center, tiny church, and nicely made rooms to rent. Camping is 25 soles, nice rooms closer to the wifi are $50 USD and the simple rooms are 100 soles. We decided to stay in the simple room instead of campinv since my husband was feeling ill. It came with two single beds, a really clean complete bathroom with shower, a little table, tall ceilings, a floor heater, and extra blankets. The staff was super nice and accommodating. They laid out tea and coco leaves with hot water in the restaurant and they let us use the kitchen to make dinner. The reception room is super cute with a comfy couch and other seating. There's different birds roaming about like ducks, turkeys, and peacocks. We really liked this place.Report Check-In
We are four persons, two wanted a room and two wanted to sleep in the car. the room was very expensiv (80$US). so after negotiations we paid 160 soles for the room including breakfast. Camping was 20 soles. There is wifi but not at site.Report Check-In
The hotel seemed closed, gates were locked but we rang the bell and a very friendly staff opened the gates and we were able to camp. 20 soles for the night, clean bathrooms and a lot of birds walking around the grounds. Good stop in between Cusco and Nazca.Report Check-In
We were the only guests. Nice place to spend the night on the road from Nasca to Cusco. Restrooms are clean. No showers available. We payed 20 Soles per car per night.Report Check-In
Use the left-hand gate as you face the compound. Buzz and they will come and open gate. 20s for two people. Can use restaurant restrooms. No showers (hence no hot water for campers) unless you are renting a room. Excellent restaurant if slightly overpriced.Report Check-In
Comfortable spot in between Nazca and Cusco in grassy parking lot of a gated hotel. 20 soles for the night. The grounds and the restaurant have a peaceful atmosphere.Report Check-In
Nice stopover place if driving from Nasca to Cusco. Friendly staff. We paid 20s for two people. At first he said 30s but after we said "our friends paid 20s" he was fine. And given that the only service they offer is use of a bathroom w/out shower, I think it's a fair price. We didn't eat or drink in the restaurant.Report Check-In
Spent here one night, payed 20sol for a van + 2 Persons, drank wine at the Restaurant.
The night was excellent, quite and peaceful place with lots of animals, the small dogs are super cute, the big one easy...Could use the super clean Bathroom from restaurants, no shower!
It's a restaurnt and hotel-complex. Still open. If the gate ia closed please ring the bell on the ledt side. Very good and secure parking for the night.Report Check-In
La porte était cadenassée....nous avons insisté ... et eureka ! on nous a ouvert ... un bien bel endroit avec oies paons biches ... douches et Wc pour 30 sReport Check-In
at our visit both gate are closed with chains and padlocks; no reaction at ringing at the door or honkingReport Check-In
3 chats perches en voyage....
Very nice place, this hotel looks like a small village, whith it church !
A lot of animals, alpaga, horses, cow,
For 20 S we sleep on the parking, showers, (for three persons and vehicule.)
Quiet, and frendly people who manage the place.
Good for RV because all point near the river are not easy to reach .
Nice place, but we were not verry happy with the staf. The young man that seemes to run the place suggested, that he would not charge us for camping when we used diner. Wich we did. But next morning we had to pay 25 sol including power. We also discovered that de price for the diner was higher than indicated on the menu. And they cut off our power early in the morning before we were ready and without warning. So if you stay here, make sure to make clear agreements about everything.Report Check-In
Very beautiful compound but not a lot of facilities. They now asked 30 soles, we bargained down to 25. Definitely overpriced for the facilities you get: the bathroom is very far away, no shower (although overlanders block a room with shower anyway, the electricity comes from one of the rooms), no wifi. At least we got a free juice in the morning. Beware of the dogs when going to the bathroom in the night.Report Check-In
very nice hotel with area allowed for camping. they have llamas, Peruvian hairless dogs, horses, and a pet deer. very cool reception area. no WiFi and no showers for campers, but the place is definitely worth 20s.Report Check-In
They didn't charge us anything for camping as we spent about 100 soles between 4 of us on drinks and breakfast. Electricity available via our cable to socket inside reception building. Dogs were fine, if a little forward at times. There was a peacock there as well as the alpacas. Lovely place.Report Check-In
The4Dutch. Good place , quiet and some Alpacas around us. We used the toilets of the hotel. 15 Sol for 2 persons.Report Check-In
A really good place to stay between Cusco and Nazca,safe, quiet and we paid just 10 Soles for 2 persons, 1 Camper and the dog!!!Report Check-In
They've built an artificial village complete with the church and all! Quite touristic. The dogs are not 'vicious'... Our female puppy played with all five of them all day long. They charged us 10 soles as a tip for the night guard. We had eaten at the restaurant too. Coming from Nazca, we were a bit worried about sleeping at high altitude but this place is down inside a valley so it's a good place to spend the night. Only 2300 meters...Report Check-In
What a find on the road between Nazra and Cusco. Secure, great restaurant and very friendly staff. no wifi and no shower hence not 5 stars, but it's a great place for a stop over.Report Check-In
Nice little grass space for overlander. Quiet; good place for an overnight stay. Paid 30 soles for two persons and one car.Report Check-In
Hidden gem. We rang the bell and waited for a few minutes, almost drove away when we saw someone walk out, so be patient and wait even though the gates are padlocked. They told us we could stay for free if we ate or drank in the restaurant and we were happy to do so. We had some great trout and a decent breakfast. We were the only people there but the grounds are beautiful, including a full-on church, what seem to be lovely rooms, some really friendly dogs, and a family of alpacas. Clean bathrooms available but no showers and no wifi. Not sure if the price if you don't want to eat or drink but we found the whole experience to be fun. Great break for us midway from Cusco to Nasca.Report Check-In
Beautiful hotel with large grassy fields. They let you camp for free if you eat at the restaurant. We had dinner and breakfast which was excellent if a bit on the pricy side. No showers, you can use the bathrooms in the lobby. Many guard dogs, some of them were nasty.Report Check-In