I stayed in this Hotel for 2 nights when I was visiting Nazca. The grounds are very lovely, the hotel has loads of gardens around the area and a great pool area. The owner spoke English, was very nice and so was the rest of the staff. The rooms were clean and nice, but I missed a tv since I was traveling alone and could not go anywhere on the evening (you need a taxi to get to the town, walking there at night is not recommended).
In their gardens live a a Llama and a Vicuña! I would not advise to touch them, they do not like it, but was great to take some pictures though, I also saw some birds and all, exploring their garden is kind of an adventure. The food was very nice, but waiter did not speak English so I recommend to practice your Spanish :) I can recommend this hotel anytime, I loved to stay there.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Hacienda Majoro, a single floor hotel, was built in the 19th Century as an Augustine convent. In the early 20s it became a Pima cotton hacienda and its land was expropiated in 1968 with the Agrarian Reform. The previous owners converted the old hacienda building into a hotel in 1980. The present owner bought it in 2004 including 60 acres of land where tara trees (caesalpinea spinoza), cactus and grapes are grown. The hotel contains a vast collection of Peruvian art, it also has a pisco cellar and a Planetarium. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Majoro Hotel Nasca