This was a bit of a get away and an adventure. The rooms are done very nicely but the grounds are a little rustic and wild. Very quite and relaxing. It's in the tiny town of Tucume. We arrived in the late afternoon after a bumpy combi ride from Chilcayo. We rested a bit and then decided to walk in to town for a bit to eat with out knowing that the locals eat early. Most places were out of food so we took a bus to the next town and found the same to be true. All in all we enjoyed it. The place has a lot of potential but then I think if they focused on it the price would go way up.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Horcones of Túcume is an experience of living with ancient secrets and structures made of mud and carob, won the First Prize Gold Hexagon Architecture Biennale 2002 for his integration and harmony with the landscape and culture,designed by architects Rosana Correa and Jorge Burga and built by Innocent Acostaand Juan Santa Maria.Where the sun moves between poles and carob wake up, surrounded by the sound of Chiscos and Chilalos and sheltered by smooth and undulating walls that exude love. ... more less
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