The Nuevo Cantalloc hotel is designed to look like a charming colonial-era building. Set just a short distance from several famous ancient Nazca and prehistoric sites, this hotel is an oasis in the desert. The Nuevo Cantalloc provides lots of creature comforts to travelers who need to unwind after a long day of trekking through rough terrain while unraveling the mystery of the Nazca people.
Get a cozy room at El Majoro and embrace the calm of this rustic hotel in Nazca. The Majoro building was built in the late 17th century, and spent most of its life as a convent. Remodeled with guest rooms and modern amenities, you’ll get a glimpse of a small slice of Peru’s history and culture just by wandering around its spacious grounds.
Nazca’s economy depends largely on a busy tourist trade, a result the local attractions, including the mysterious Nazca Lines. Kunan Wasi Hotel offers a calm, quiet respite to travelers in need of a good night’s sleep before they go see some of the most famous wonders of the ancient world.