Popularly known as “Libertador”. The first hotel built in Paracas and the first luxury hotel in the area. The original building was built in the fifties, and was destroyed by the earthquake that devastated most of buildings in the region in August 2007. The investment group that owns the hotel made the decision to rebuild the complex again under the same criteria original design using indigenous materials like cane and wood mixed with modern materials.
The hotel is composed of a dozen two-story houses in a compound in which plants and flowers are the rulers of the garden. The room we were given was the suite on the waterfront, a small apartment with a large living room and an adjoining bedroom where even the smallest detail has the “luxury” label, in total there are three terraces which vary from floor to floor, equipped with tables and chairs , sofas and chairs . Words fail to describe how spectacular the place is
Hotel guests have two outdoor pools at their disposal and a small heated pool at the cocktail bar. Kayaks and catamarans sailing operation and breakfast are all included in an impressive buffet. There is a spa and a kids club for parents to be able to leave the kids and relax. Cocktaisl at the bar which can also be had outside with umbrellas and sofas, we ordered a Pisco Sour whilst watching the spectacular sunset with thousands of birds flying over the shore in front of the bar. The hotel also has its own travel agency, Tikariy, which organises tours by boat, yacht and all-terrain vehicles in Paracas National Reserve and the desert.
The Paracas Hotel is located in the village, less than a ten minute walk from the Plaza de Armas. You can walk down the street or along the beach which is very safe. The room rate is between two hundred and six hundred US dollars.