Huarco Hotel, Camping, Restaurant | Informal Campsite

Peru

Details

Verified:
over 6 years ago
Altitude:
-8.7 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
der_optimist

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Average
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Cold
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Unknown

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Huarco Hotel: possible to camp on their grass area or (if overlander) next to a terrass. The cleanest bathrooms we have ever seen in Peru. Nice view from the hotel over the landscape. Very quiet. Swimming pool can be used. Expensive: 70 soles per night (2 persons and a car), negotiable.

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We arrived at around 4PM. The place looks absolutely stunning with great views. Very classy. We asked them whether we could park our 6 m (20 foot) RV - camping car. The lady (staff) at reception told us 100 Soles which is VERY expensive. When I asked her where the bathrooms were, she told us to pay an extra 20 Soles for the use of the bathroom and the pool! Since we didn t want to move elsewhere, we accepted reluctantly. When we asked a bit later for the wi fi code, she seemed surprised and gave us a wrong code. When we insisted, she gave us the code of the reception which only works at the reception. Later on, we discovered there was no water in the showers and the toilets didn t flush either. I complained a few times about that but nothing changed. I then told the lady I didn t want to pay 120 Soles if there is no water. She replied: "I ll think about it ". At night, we also discovered none of the lights in the bathroom worked. My 5 year old daughter almost broke her neck in the dark. In the middle of the night, the electricity also stopped working !!. At that point, I knew I was not going to pay her the 120 Soles. The next morning, we packed our stuff and on the way out, I gave her 70 Soles which is still far too much for what we got. She wasn t happy and told us that she would refuse all future campers. Conclusion: Don t even bother going there !.

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Huarco Hotel: possible to camp on their grass area or (if overlander) next to a terrass. The cleanest bathrooms we ever seen in Peru. Nice view from the hotel over the landscapw. Very quiet. Swimming pool can be used. Expensive: 70 soles per night (2 persons and a car), negotiable.

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