the area around Macondos is packed with people since several discoteques are around the same area.
We decided to go to Macondos Bar. It has 2 levels the top level is more cozy and has a more secluded character. the downstairs is more spacious and it has a dancing area. somenights it has live music. at least it had it the saturday night I went.
Dress Code: jeans are allowed
take your dancing shoes
We arrived in Huaraz at night when it was rainy and cold, we were a bit drained from the 9.5 hour bus ride, and I was still a little weak from a recent fever, so we didn't go out dancing that night. However, it was a Saturday night and the town was alive with music. There seemed to be salsa, merengue, and pop music coming from every other door we passed.
It seemed like the typical nightlife of a town, but the next morning, as we walked around the town after 0800, music was still coming from some places and the clean-up from the night before was just finishing. We even passed a group of men still dressed up who were stumbling home. You won't have any trouble finding a place to go out and have a good time in Huaraz.
This discoteque has been newly renovated and had its great opening in July 2006.
Ample dance floor and a cozy environment where you can meet other travelers to form groups to travel together and to network.
the music is international, pop, hip hop, salsa, merengue, trans, etc. very lively
Dress Code: casual
try to wear something light inside, you will need to feel confortable when dancing.
Best selection of music we found in Peru and a great sound system too adds to this funky futuristic "hangout." The bartender made the best pisco sour in Huaraz and maybe the country! Tasty sandwiches were a bonus.