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What a wonderful, relaxing place to spend a few days! We had a comfortable, spacious room with a balcony (complete with a cozy chaise) overlooking the lovely pool area, the beach and the sunsets. We were delighted by the number of birds around the property...More
I stayed for three days at the Hotel Hacienda BahiaParacas in April 2018, The rooms were excellent, the food delicious, and as a coeliac I was very happy to find out the staff at the restaurant were very helpful and accommodating of my requirements.
From the moment we walked into this hotel we were pampered. The front desk staff were pleasant, professional and engaging. We were offered something to drink right away which was amazing. How did they know that we were so thirsty? We were escorted to our...More
The Hacienda Bahia Paracas Hotel - truly heaven on earth! Perfect blend of luxury and comfort, tranquility and serenity.
Exquisite rooms (or suites in our case) fearuring large balconies with amazing views of sunsets over the bay. Courtyards, swimming pools, decorations, colourful bougainvillea everywhere -...More
We loved the amusememt park. This zipline was equally thrilling and exciting. Definieteky not for the fsint hearted. Our tour guide Fernando made our visit even better due to his extravagant sense of humour
On the edge of the lovely Paracas Bay and surrounded by the sublime setting of the Paracas National Reserve sits La Hacienda Bahia Paracas, a hotel that is more than just a place to sleep; rather, it is a refuge, …Morejust three hours south of Lima, for anyone seeking peace and tranquility far from the hustle and bustle of the city. When you stay here, be prepared to experience sunsets beyond compare, perfect beaches as if created by Hollywood, nature bursting all around you, and utter, complete relaxation. There are times when you want to experience something unique, so we offer you our spectacular swimming pool that affords you a marvelous view of the bay. When you want a late afternoon snack, swing by our café; if you want to indulge yourself, arrange for a massage at the Oceano Spa, or if it is just a quiet spot where you can curl up with a good book, park yourself at a corner in the El Candelabro Lounge. If it is fine dining and excellent food you seek, then look no further than the El Coral Restaurant, and then end the day in the company of live Peruvian music in our Marineros Bar. For people who want adventure and nature, our hotel and restaurant have joined forces to create a huge list of outdoor activities.There is also our specially built museum/exhibition hall where we put on view more than 500 Pre-Hispanic artifacts: pottery, textile, metal, and feather art. It's a trip through Peru's rich cultural tradition.We have on display a collection of more than 1,000 sea shells that hail from all over the world; their vivid colors and unimaginable shapes prove to us that there is no higher art than what nature herself creates.Cecilia Alonso Ferrer; peruvian, with studies in the School of Arts at Catholic University in Lima, Peru. In New York she had the opportunity to know and experience her applications in decorative art. During the next 7 years she improved her work and became fully qualified at the Painting Institute in Brussels, Belgium where she won the silver medal of the course. When she went back to New York, she had the responsibility to decorate and restore the Public Library and the Pinnacle of the Presbyterian Church of the Fifth Avenue. She also carried out other works in different residences of New York and other important cities. Then she extended her artistic activities to Venezuela and Peru. We are also contributing to Paracas, the first area in Peru set aside for conserving marine ecosystems and star of one of the loveliest settings along our coast, through publication of the book, Paracas, Marine Sanctuary. The limited edition CD "Paracas, A Musical Experience" was born out of the inspiration of the select group of Peruvian musicians who night after night perform for us at the Marineros Bar. Less
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Hello. I would not swim due to a ton of birds all along the shore, and it is quite dirty for my preferences. Nice view. Town is not to far, nice restaurants and the boats are right there. we did walk it but we took a cab... More
Hello. I would not swim due to a ton of birds all along the shore, and it is quite dirty for my preferences. Nice view. Town is not to far, nice restaurants and the boats are right there. we did walk it but we took a cab back, it was very hot.
The hotel has a nice (small) museum that takes about 45 minutes to do.
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