Apr 24, 2019 - Apr 25, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Travel down to Trujillo, Peru and experience a rich Latino culture that dates back to prehistoric times. It is a city where old traditions meet modern influences and offers guests a festive experience in the heart of Mayan country. Trujillo is home to many annual festivals that celebrate food, art, books, and life. If you are planning to take a trip to Trujillo, book your hotel room through Skyscanner to take advantage of the best deals around.
In Trujillo, you can get a nice hotel room in the city for less than $50 per night. The American dollar goes far in Peru and you will get to enjoy more amenities for less. When researching your hotel options, be sure to use Skyscanner's hotel section to get the lowest price. Look for Hotel Portada del Sol, Victoria's Suite Hotel, and El Escudero Lodge. These hotels offer free Wi-Fi, parking, and some even include a swimming pool.
From airy patio dining to warm swimming pools, luxury hotels in Trujillo can be snagged for less than $100 per night. You will feel like royalty at a price you can afford! Casa Andina Premium Trujillo offers breakfast, free Wi-Fi, and contemporary rooms. Los Conquistadores Hotel is decked out in modern furnishings and has an on-site restaurant. Gran Bolivar Hotel is clad in classic antique decor that showcases an elegant feel. Whatever your taste, Trujillo has a room that will make you feel at home in the city.
Trujillo has a unique assortment of fun boutique hotels. From family run bed and breakfast inns to backpacking hostels, you will find the perfect hotel room for less than $100 per night. Hotel Boutique De Sol Y Barro is a charming hotel with fragrant flower gardens and an idyllic patio dining setting. The Florian's B&B is a minimalist inn where you can get a good nights rest for less than $30 per night. Hostal Colonial is a community hotel where you can rest up and mingle with other travelers.
The hotels are scattered all throughout the city. You can reserve rooms that overlook the river, are in the downtown core, or on the outskirts of town. To save the most money, book a room that is just outside of town as they are less in demand.
Trujillo has so much to see and do, it is a good idea to go armed with a well thought out itinerary. While you are there, be sure to reserve a spot on the Archeological Tour from Trujillo: Chan Chan, Huanchaco, Sun and Moon Temples, and Dragon Temple. To learn more about the history of the city check out the breathtaking Palacio Iturregui and Museo del Juguete. This city also has festivals that celebrate the art and culture of the area. You can find many unique local art pieces and indulge on some complex and spicy South American fare.
Nice weather and beautiful area! I spent most of my time here at the beach at Huanchaco rather than in the city proper.
This is an interesting city in north Peru. Right next to the driest desert in the world and not a touristy area. Hot and sunny and the food prices are really good.
Beautiful city, close to the beach in the north of Peru