Hotel Bracamonte

Address: Los Olivos 160, Huanchaco, Peru | Resort
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This resort, located on Los Olivos 160, Huanchaco, is near Huanchaco Beach and Casinelli Museum (Museo Arqueológico Casinelli).
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          • Outdoor pool
          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Beach


          • High-speed internet in room
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Family rooms


          • Suites


          • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
          • Room service
          • Conference facilities
          • Concierge desk
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Laundry
          • Meal plan

          TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bracamonte Huanchaco

          Reviewed by woodshed-abroad

          Great Haven

          Reviewed Dec 11, 2012
          by (8 reviews) Adelaide , Australia Flag of Australia

          Wished we could have spent more time. The Hotel staff were extremely helpful and understanding. Meals were good. Rooms were clean and spacious.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Bracamonte Huanchaco

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Huanchaco


          A travel blog entry by lisakresky on May 23, 2015

          17 photos

          ... There are now remnants of nine palaces. Each time a king died, a palace would be built for the next King. The last king was captured and taken to Cusco. We saw various different parts of one of the palace rooms that included storage areas and courtyards but all of this was restored and not original. Each palace had about 150 people living and working in it. After visiting these ruins, we drove for about 45 minutes to ...


          A travel blog entry by paulcolver on May 13, 2015

          ... the Sun was rebuilt every 100 hundred years – so certainly rebuilt five times and possibly six. The existing temple was filled in with adobe bricks and a new temple built above the old – painstakingly exactly the same as the old. The earlier temples have been excavated. The walls set above the earlier walls have the same designs.

          At some point I am walking ahead of my friends, keeping up with the tour guide who left all but me behind on our trudge up the hill to the ...

          A plethora of amazonian animals

          A travel blog entry by yvan.huppe on Feb 27, 2015

          1 comment, 64 photos

          ... before I wrapped myself in my scarf and took out my umbrella for shade. We saw many more dolphins today, they always just broke the surface for air so we could never get a good look at them. At one point we found multiple small groups, and hung around for a while, even then they kept popping up where we weren't paying attention, and once we started leaving the area, the big one, I presume the father, was following ...

          Freaky mummy with tattoos

          A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Aug 14, 2014

          ... carried down the main streets for 2 blocks while a band played the same tune
          over and over. In front were 2 hearses and behind the coffin walked the band
          and mourners. The traffic in Trujillo is normally chaotic with horns constantly
          honking but this very slow moving procession made pandemonium. We left the
          scenes of chaos to again escape to our favourite mansion café for one last time
          before heading back to our hostel.


          Pyramids, pyramids

          A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Jun 06, 2014

          82 photos

          We arrived in Trujillo on an overnight bus from Chachapoyas, getting to our hostel at around 9 a.m. (We had decided to stay the night back at the hostel with the lady owner with the pink dressing gown.)

          Our main reason for coming back, aside from breaking up the long journey back to Lima, was to visit the pre-Inca pyramids on the south side of town. These are the Huaca de Luna and Huaca del Sol, built by the local Moche civilisation around 1,000 years ...