Brisas de la Bahia Hostal

Av. Principal de Paracas, Paracas, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Principal de Paracas, Paracas, is near Candelabro.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBrisas de la Bahia Hostal Paracas

Reviewed by elainehayes

Perfect Perch in Paracas!

by (57 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Not easy to choose somewhere to stay in Paracas, but we found a hotel with a comfy bed, hot shower and excellent breakfast, next door to Emotion Tours who sorted out our boat and reserve trips. Would definitely recommend both.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Brisas de la Bahia Hostal Paracas

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Paracas

Paracas ... Penguins & Pelicans

A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Sep 01, 2014

20 photos

We picked up our coach at the Cruz del Sur coach station, a very organised procedure of ticket collection, luggage check and security before boarding the coach. We had paid for premium seats downstairs, all of 13 each for just under 4 hours on the road, in a comfy seat, with a lunch service ... highly recommended.

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Peru Hop Begins

A travel blog entry by amdouet on Jun 14, 2014

3 comments, 6 photos

... the town. It is very much a town where people come to see the islands and not much else. You can't get lost in the town; we had walked all of it in 20 minutes. On our way out of town we stopped at the Paracas Reserve to wander the beach for a little bit before heading to our next big destination - Huacachina, an oasis in the desert and a place recommended by several people for relaxation and a little adventure. Travel tip: ALWAYS carry ...

Paracas, Peru

A travel blog entry by beccie_andy on May 24, 2014

28 photos

... from the Lima coast. We also saw the slave punishment room and old water reservoir where bones from around 1,000 people were found. After that we had a look around the house and the church. This was a really interesting tour but very sad. I don't normally get weird feelings from places but the whole place felt evil. Despite the beautiful grounds and sheer opulence of the house, a feeling of something not quite right hung in the air and we were happy to leave ...

Ballestas Islands and Nazca Lines

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on May 11, 2014

5 photos

... of the shop, however, he soon changed his mind and let Trevor pay with his Visa card. :-)

Shortly afterwards, Rosario came out and rounded everyone up and back onto the bus for the next part of our journey. We would spend a lot of time on the bus this holiday as we had a lot of ground to cover, but it wasn’t really too bad as I had my travel pillow and my trusty Kindle to read if looking out of the window became ...


A travel blog entry by terryandjackie on May 06, 2014

3 photos

... the initial property of a Spanish nobleman. At the height of its commercial powers the owners had 1000 slaves and 50km of escape tunnels in case the slaves revolted (or whatever other peril existed). Soon after emancipation (1870 ??), then then owner had his throat cut buy his previous "employees". Hooray !

Pretty swish hotel here in Caracas so off for welcome drinks with our fellow travellers.