Los Hoteles en Mancora create a virtual tour to accompany their newly launched website, giving customers a sneak peak at the experience they’ll receive when staying on the oceanfront. Continue reading
Sep 04, 2013 /prREACH/ -- Mancora, Peru – After recently launching the English and Spanish version of their new website (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GicjqHHpl5M) Los Hoteles en Mancora, better known as the Mancora beach bungalows, now add a virtual tour to give guests a feel for the oceanfront stay, before they book their stay.
César Piedra Sañudo, the owner and visionary of los hoteles en Mancora wanted to add the virtual tour so that his visitors would know exactly what to look forward to before they booked their vacation. “Words can only say so much,” explained César, “I want people to be able to see where they’ll be staying so they can get excited about it and really look forward to coming.”
It took 30 years from when the dream was first born to when the Mancora beach bungalows stood proudly on the hill of the Mancora, Peru shoreline. It took César Piedra Sañudo 27 years to find the perfect location to build a small hotel for his daughter. Once the location was determined, it took another 3 years until los hoteles en Mancora were completed.
“I am so blessed to be able to live here, and to share this space with guests. I just want people to see how amazing the bungalows and the view are before they get here,” says César.
The new virtual tour gives shots of las Pocitas beach, out in front of the bungalows and the view from up top on the balconies. It then heads through the living room with day beds, the kitchen overlooking the Pacific Ocean, and the downstairs bedroom, which can sleep 4 or double up as a storage space.
“The bungalows were built to be spacious and comfortable for guests,” César says when asked about the creation of the bungalows. “My family is so important to me and I wanted people to have enough room to bring their entire family, or all of their friends. Its also great for a romantic get away with plenty of space so couples don’t feel crowded in a small hotel room.”
The tour then heads upstairs where the loft style ceiling continues on with the open feel of the bungalows. It shows the large second guest bedroom and en-suite bathroom with a heated shower. To complete the tour, it heads into the spacious master bedroom which opens up to the front of the bungalow, overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
To learn more about the recent launch of the website for Mancora beach bungalows and the virtual tour, visit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GicjqHHpl5M