Located in a quiet setting within Cajamarca, the Hotel Spa Laguna Seca provides guests with a relaxing spa experience to retreat to after a busy day of sightseeing and other activities. This former ranch has been converted into a hotel that fully takes advantage of the surrounding hot springs. All rooms at the hotel accommodate two guests, but families may request interconnecting rooms and the hotel allows one rollaway bed to be used in each room. The hotel provides a number of amenities with kids in mind. These include childcare, an outdoor swimming pool, a petting zoo, a playground, free Wi-Fi and complimentary breakfasts. Guests can dine at the onsite restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Nearby attractions include Banos del Inca, Windows of Otuzco and San Francisco Church.
Our Editor Loves
- Onsite petting zoo
- Playground and swimming pool
- Cozy rooms that can interconnect
- Horse Back Riding
- Connecting Rooms
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
by David T
A great spa to rest and restore your body and mind. The service is 5 stars.
Hot mineral baths abound on this expansive property. The massage was the best.
We had the green mud massage with Desiey. We came out glowing pink.
The Inca Altawapa was know for loving these mineral baths. Now you can too.
The restaurant here so so. Recommend going to restaurant just out front gate - walking distance There peruvian grill “ churrasqueria” cuisine is very good.
I was volunteering in Cajamarca for two weeks with another girl from the states, and it was suggested by our volunteer coordinator to check out Laguna Seca rather than Banos del Inca- which although cheap, can get REALLY crowded since it's a very popular tourist spot in Cajamarca/Banos. Compared to spa prices in the states, this is a STEAL! For $57 USD we each had three hours worth of services including: sauna, outdoor thermal pools, herbal jacuzzi with floating flowers, 45min total body massage including foot reflexology and mini facial. We got nice thick robes, towels, slippers, a private changing room with a nice hot shower (honestly- just to have such a nice hot shower after two weeks of cold showers volunteering was so exciting), bottled water, and some kind of fresh-squeezed lemonade juice that was delicious and refreshing. Again- all for less than $60.
Banos in town is very iconic and affordable, but if you don't mind spending the extra money- go to this beautiful property and treat yourself.
Tip: We weren't staying in the rooms so we had to book our spa treatments separately over the phone the day before. Knowing to speak Spanish somewhat well will help you booking over the phone. I'd recommend booking at least the day before to guarantee a time slot, and not just showing up.