El Mirador Hotel

Address: Carretera Paracas Km 20, Paracas, 11550, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera Paracas Km 20, Paracas, is near Candelabro.
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          • Swimming pool

          TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Mirador Hotel Paracas

          Reviewed by arzanki

          Good Hotel and good price

          Reviewed Mar 14, 2011
          by (12 reviews) , Austria Flag of Austria

          We spent 7 days here for kitesurfing and chose El Mirador after visiting a lot of others. It has a safe parking, is in walking distance to the center (but we used the car mostly), Wifi, swimmingpool, good sized clean rooms. They serve good breakfast and are very helpfull with organizing trips. We onlyy visited the Islas Ballestas. To the kitespot you need 10min by car. But you need a car for that anyway ;-) So good Hotel for a good price.

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          TripAdvisor Reviews El Mirador Hotel Paracas

          3.00 of 5 stars Good

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          A travel blog entry by travel_whispers on Oct 30, 2015

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          ... At one point guano was Peru's main industry.. Yep, bird poo was accouting for 80% of Peru's GDP!!!

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          A travel blog entry by jessdigs on Aug 20, 2015

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          ... mums last night so I got heaps of snaps and pics of the family. It was the best! The bus to paracasa afterwards was so much fun. Yuris playlist of the worst top 40 songs of the last 10 years was classic and we turned it into a party bus. Me steph and Rez were so into it haha dancing and singing so loud! Just arrived at our hotel for the night, and the shower ran out of water all together while steph ...

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          A travel blog entry by rinscosta on Jun 13, 2015

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          ... streetfood once, guessing that in a restaurant kitchen there may be more bacteria than on the street. I look at the menu. Only entrails thrown on a heap. I feel like I have to throw up. I order roasted peaces of heart. It tastes...fortunately a bit burnt. I survive. Later at night people start ******* in the street. Men, but women as well. The next day on the same spot the old women are installing themselves with their merchandise again. While at places it rains ...

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