Hotel Bracamonte

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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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bracamonte Huanchaco

    Reviewed by woodshed-abroad

    Great Haven

    Reviewed Dec 11, 2012
    by (6 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 TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Bracamonte Huanchaco

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Huanchaco

    Discovering Huanchaco

    A travel blog entry by mattwfoxworthy on Nov 23, 2013

    1 comment, 18 photos

    Huanchaco Peru is the most underrated beach towns of Peru. We initially planned to stay for a few days, but found ourselves staying for two weeks! I got to enjoy my birthday celebration in Huanchaco, surf almost everyday, meet some fun, crazy amazing people, and spend time with some discovering all that Huanchaco has to over.

    We arrived Saturday afternoon, and went directly to the cheapest hostal in town, My Friend Surf Camp and Hostal. My Friend, ...

    Beach Side & Archaeology

    A travel blog entry by rainman2468 on Nov 22, 2013

    6 photos

    ... picked up by Boris (the truck) to head out on an archaeological excursion to visit the ruins of Chan Chan and Huaca Luna and Huaca Sol pyramids. Both sites were fairly interesting and well worth the trip. After getting our archaeological fix we headed back to the camp site to have some dinner and our second legless for the legless. Tonight's tipple was sangria. It was more low key than last time, enjoying a drink and toasting marshmallows around a fire. Very ...

    Wankchaco

    A travel blog entry by ginatonic on Aug 08, 2013

    7 photos

    ... when I had left. A hideously annoying compere then came onto the stage, chatting away to the audience in Spanish over the top of a corny happy birthday track. After it was clear only one person in the restaurant had a birthday he dragged a man on the stage to try and teach him how to do the twerk style dance with dodgy sarong lady. Flashbacks of hiding under the table so I wouldn't have to play musical statues on stage in Wales when I was very young resurfaced and this lunch reaffirmed ...

    Hotel management isn´t for everyone

    A travel blog entry by robin.d.cullen on Apr 22, 2013

    11 photos

    We set out for Cuenca bus station keeping a keen eye out for thieves on the way. Don't trust anyone is now our bus travelling mantra and we stood outside the bus watching our luggage until the last possible moment, annoying the bus driver in the process but hey, hes probably in on any scam if there is one. We planned to take 3 coaches; one to take us to the border, a second one to take us on to Piura in Peru and a final one to Chiclayo. An hour before our journey we were told a ...

    Seaside resort and ruins galore!

    A travel blog entry by kenanddonna2005 on Jan 15, 2013

    72 photos

    ... palaces in the area, because a new one was built every time a king died. It sounds a bit time consuming to me, but I guess the unemployment rate was kept low. The palaces were built like a maze to confuse any invaders … and anyone else who might’ve entered I guess.

    The main one still standing is the one we went through, which has not been fully restored. It has been cleaned off though, and protected with additional mud/mortar to ...