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Hacienda Cantayo S/N, Nazca Peru
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#13 of 25 hotels in Nazca
Location
3.5
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4.0
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3.4
Value
3.2
The hotel counts with 40 standard,executive and suite rooms. All with phone,conditioned air, frigo bar,lockers,strong boxer,dryer of hair,menu of pillows, futon mattresses, king size beds and accessible baths for disable people. A library with magazine and books in different languages. Piano bar. Main dining room for 150 guests and site reserved to the Pachamanca cooked according to the Andean tradition. Swimming pool of 27 meters in length. Private heliport. The hotel offers also a Spa where it is possible to enjoy massages, hydrotherapy, pancafit, yoga, pilates, meditation, excursions, and customized feeding.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Non-smoking hotel
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BirTurk wrote a review Jul 2019
Tysons Corner, Virginia374 contributions147 helpful votes
We were the only guests staying in the resort! Lucky it was only one night. Flies greeted us in the lobby and all around the resort. They disappeared after the sunset. The room has been sprayed before we checked in and had a heavy odor which we had to open the windows since they had screens. The bathroom was low maintenance where the knobs were not functioning well and the water was leaking. There was a security door man, a receptionist, a man that handles luggage, cleaning, maintenance and act as a waiter and also a cook which we never saw but heard. The receptionist hardly spoke English and was coughing and sick. The dinner menu had limited choice and tasteless and poorly prepped. The breakfast was not a buffet but enough cheese and eggs with one choice of bread. The coffee was like a mud, no milk and tea choices were limited to three with no black tea. The seating area were full of awards on the glass shelves where the owner won prizes for cockfighting. Later when we walked the grounds, we saw the cages and the roosters some with loud and ready to fight. The pool is not maintained at all and I wouldn't recommend anyone to swim since it had algae. The grass area around the pool was nice but the tables and chairs were dusty and we were not able to sit on them. There are three alpacas in a protected area which appealed us since it was our first close encounter with them after Lima. The resort seemed like it has seen good days but we do not recommend anyone to stay there. It does not have ambiance at all. We felt like we were in The Stanley Hotel where The Shining was filmed. Hacienda but no residents and doesn't look like there is life.
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Date of stay: July 2019
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Diane G wrote a review Jan 2018
The Woodlands, Texas6 contributions5 helpful votes
15 years ago we stayed at this Hacienda Hotel. We decided to return to celebrate my 70th birthday to revisit this enchanting hotel and have another joy ride over the Nazca Lines. The food was excellent then and ground, buildings and pool in top condition. It was very enchanting. The staff worked very hard at providing guess assistance and services. We were somewhat disappointed to see how poorly maintained all the facilities were. The worst was the pool. In four days the pool pump did not worked to allow water circulation and chlorination . The water level fell way below the spillers and a build up of algae all around the pool was noticeable , the waterfalls did not worked and the thatch roof above the pool bar was caving. We do have a pool and this situation could be a health hazard. The hotel received numerous non guess, paying a fee to spend the day at the pool with young children. The peacocks are gone and have been replaced by roosters that coockledoodle annoyingly all day long. They are used for cock fights. There is a concrete arena with cages set up on the ground and the bar and tv room display many cock fights trophies. The food is somewhat eatable if you enjoy fast food. The best dish is the spaghetti bolongnaise (meatball). We tried the “filet mignon” please avoid at all cost. It must have been mommyfied horse soaked in some kind of sauce in an effort to bring it back to life. Our last night, we were awakened by a 7.3 earthquake at 4:18 in the morning. No staff besides the one security guard which was hysterical and not much help or assistance to the few guests there. Thanks to the wisdom of the original owner, the main building suffered only minor damages. The building is all concrete thus why light damages. Investing in general maintenance and repairs would do a lot of good to the premises.
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Date of stay: January 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Elphax wrote a review Jan 2018
Timisoara, Romania535 contributions161 helpful votes
The hotel seems to become unpopular, less maintained. Like it belonged to an old rich guy from Europe that passed or went home and now it is not properly cared for. The place used to be lavish, large rooms, real hacienda when you see the outdoors. It could be cleaner , some things need repairing and maintenance. It actually went from 5 to 4 stars. We spent one night and seemed to have just 2 rooms occupied in total. No buffet breakfast as it was so empty. The pool was working but was not attractive. The owners also have cocks for fighting and even a small arena for these fights. The birds were loud in the morning starting 4 am, maybe we had the bad side of the building. At least we had hot water - I was told it is a rare commodity in the region. It was advertised as the best hotel in Nazca, but I wonder if it is still true.
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Date of stay: December 2017
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djdavignon wrote a review Nov 2017
Geneva, Switzerland64 contributions13 helpful votes
Very weird experience. Not bad but we ended up alone in this big hacienda. Alone for dinner and breakfast. The only waiter did his best and was very kind. Don’t wait for anyone to serve you a cocktail or a beer. Go get the waiter. Receptionist was helpless and lost behind her big desk. The surroundings and pool are well taken care of. It was definitely a great place some years ago. By the way, it’s far from the city center, not at walking distance. There must be better in town.
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Date of stay: November 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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John S wrote a review Sep 2017
EASTLAKE222 contributions119 helpful votes
I was only hear one night before an early morning trip over the Nazca Lines. It was a nice looking hotel. I liked my room, and wished I was staying longer in Nazca to take advantage of the hotel. Breakfast was good.
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Date of stay: July 2017
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TravelEditor1 wrote a review Nov 2016
New York City74 contributions25 helpful votes
This is definitely a nice hotel, with an extra large lobby and expansive grounds. It is off Nazca town center which is fine as aside from the Nazca line plane rides and a few pottery shops, the town does not warrant staying there. Rooms are quite blend and need more upgraded amenities and wall decorations but they are large and clean. Hotel offers a very big swimming pool and a lama center.
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Date of stay: November 2016Trip type: Traveled with friends
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HayKay1 wrote a review Sep 2016
Montreal, Canada216 contributions136 helpful votes
This hacienda with its Spanish-style architecture provides the history and the gardens , with their desert greenery and bird life , further enhance this richness. i loved the serenity of this place. Our room was spacious with 2 Queen platform beds ( a bit hard but not too bad), desk with 2 chairs, wardrobe and armchair. Everything was provided for the guest,s comfort: Extra blankets, pillows, bathrobes, slippers and a minibar with drinks and snacks. The bathroom had a tub shower but was roomy enough. The whole hacienda was huge including the open-air dining room which seemed a little empty at times. The breakfast was served individually and included yoghurt, fruit, toast, jam, cereal & eggs if you wished. Lunch and dinner were ordered from a menu with an item such as fish unavailable on occasion due to particular circumstances. The food was generally quite good but the service slightly erratic as to timing. On the grounds was a pen with 2 ostriches who seemed happy and in a tree out front was a monkey ( on a leash because he or she used to constantly steal from guests) who very much enjoys chocolate.we didn't feel that comfortable with the monkey being on a long chain although he or she looked happy. In addition, in the early morning you could hear roosters making a racket. Apparently, these are fighting cocks as cock fighting is legal in Peru. So being in the countryside, you get both the good and bad. Nearby are pre-Inca Aquaducts of Oconcayo which are interesting and impressive. The purchase of a ticket to this site, I believe, gives you entry to 2 other sites we visited:La Agujas de Cantallo - the lines of El Telar - The Loom and then Las Paredones - Inca and Nazca ruins. All these sites are very close by.
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Date of stay: August 2016
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euronald wrote a review Sep 2015
Antwerp, Belgium109 contributions47 helpful votes
quiet, out of town, large garden good restaurant, good breakfast, rooster fighting pit and lots of roosters, dears and lamas in garden large property and large rooms with very high seelings AC present, recommandeble
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Date of stay: September 2015
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Farid_Matuk wrote a review Jul 2015
Lima, Peru233 contributions19 helpful votes
Very fresh salad as appetizer (best olive oil in Nazca). "Lomo Saltado" as main course, which is a Stroganoff meat in stripes but sautéed with tomato, onion and chile; it was juicy and tasty. As additional attraction, they have Andean camels as alpaca and llamas.
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Date of stay: July 2015Trip type: Traveled with family
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SDBLima wrote a review Jul 2015
Lima, Peru187 contributions84 helpful votes
The Nuevo Cantalloc Hotel is located on the outskirts of Nasca in a very quiet location. The hotel infrastructure is very nice and clean. The staff is very helpful. There is a pre-Inca canal located close to the hotel. The dinner and breakfast were very good. The less favorable aspects of the hotel were very slow dinner service and very poor Wi Fi. I would return again and would recommend this hotel for business travelers or families.
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Date of stay: July 2015
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LOCATION
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
40
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Nuevo Cantalloc
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Nuevo Cantalloc?
Nearby attractions include Cantalloc Aqueduct (0.3 miles), Planetario Maria Reiche (1.7 miles), and Didactic Museum Antonini (Museo Antonini) (0.9 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Nuevo Cantalloc?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel Nuevo Cantalloc?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a desk.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Nuevo Cantalloc?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Nuevo Cantalloc?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Nuevo Cantalloc?
Conveniently located restaurants include La Kasa Rustika, La Maison Blanche, and D'Gula Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel Nuevo Cantalloc?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Hotel Nuevo Cantalloc?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Nuevo Cantalloc?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Los Paredones (1.7 miles).
Is Hotel Nuevo Cantalloc accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.