Descubre por qué tantos viajeros ven Hostal Las Lineas como el hotel ideal cuando visitan Nazca. Además de aportar la combinación ideal de calidad, comodidad y ubicación, ofrece una amplia variedad de servicios diseñados para viajeros como tú.
Para aquellos interesados en visitar puntos de referencia conocidos durante su viaje a Nazca, Hostal Las Lineas se encuentra cerca de Mural of Maria Reiche (0,2 km) y Iglesia de Santiago Apostol (0,2 km).
Además durante la estancia en Hostal Las Lineas los huéspedes tienen acceso a recepción abierta 24 horas, espacio para guardar el equipaje y cambio de divisas, y puedes estar conectado con wifi gratuito. También puedes disfrutar de restaurante mientras estés alojado en Hostal Las Lineas. ¿Necesitas un sitio donde aparcar? aparcamiento privado gratuito cerca disponible en Hotel Hostal Las Lineas.
Si buscas unos restaurantes de marisco, considera probar Restaurante El Huarango, Limon & Sazon o La Kasa Rustika, que se encuentran muy cerca de Hostal Las Lineas.
Si buscas cosas que hacer por la zona, Didactic Museum Antonini (Museo Antonini) (0,9 km) es una conocida atracción a la que puedes acceder a pie desde Hostal Las Lineas.
Para Hostal Las Lineas tu comodidad y satisfacción son lo primero, y están deseando darte la bienvenida a Nazca.
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I stayed 3 nights at the Nazca lines hotel because there was a bus strike in Peru and once I was settled I was too lazy to switch hotels. The rate was about what other similar places were charging and the location (right on Plaza des Armas) was fantastic. My room was quiet as it was away from the square. The hotel has seen better days and it wasn't extremely clean, but fine for the 40 soles I paid her night. The bed was fine and the TV worked well. I ended up switching rooms because the bathroom was infested with ants (all over the toilet). My 2nd room did not have the same problem. The one upside of the hotel is the manager who was extremely friendly, spoke some english, and helped me in several situations. The young guy working the nightshift is less than helpful. My YES recommendation is with the following caveat: if you aren't very picky, then this hotel is ok for the price.…
Despite the reasonable reviews in travel books we were very disappointed in the room. The Hostal is on the main square so the traffic noise is unbearable. Even the rooms at the back are next to a market and CD stall which kept us awake most of the night. The room itself was a reasonable size but there was no floor space to speak of as they managed to squeeze in a double and single bed. This made opening the bathroom door difficult and the place just felt cluttered all the time. The towels were grubby and the en suite shower room was tiny. Breakfast was served downstairs in a cafe which was always empty. (We later on discovered that there was an extra charge for breakfast.) The service was unenthusiastic and on our second morning they refused to serve breakfast until after 10am. We complained to the hostal and asked for our breakfast money back. We then had a lovely breakfast across the road in a place called Plaza Mayor which was a very friendly little establishment with views across the main square. The staff at the hostal were always polite and courteous and sorted out our problems immediately. …
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