The Libertador Trujillo is set within a colonial building in the town of Trujillo. This hotel has a central location and super friendly staff.
- 3:00 p.m. check in
- 12:00 p.m. check out
- Free Breakfast
- Restaurant in Hotel
- Swimming Pool
- Wireless Internet
- 6 km
- Chan Chan
- 32 km
- El Brujo Complex
- 11 km
- Huanchaco Beach
Trujillo is a pleasant and historical city. It has one of Peru’s best collections of colonial homes and churches, many of which can be seen during a walking tour of the city center. Travelers can visit interesting museums and tour the restored ruins of indigenous cultures in the nearby desert.
The Libertador Trujillo is situated in an attractive colonial house near the city’s main plaza. With views of the cathedral and surrounded by colonial-era buildings, the hotel’s location is ideal. Guests can easily walk to many of the city’s sights from here.
The hotel’s rooms are fitted with a range of comfortable amenities, including a flat-screen cable TV and air conditioning. The private bathroom comes equipped with a hot water shower, Jacuzzi bathtub, vanity mirror, telephone, soft towels, and toiletries. The beds are big and cozy. A minibar allows you to keep drinks cold and there is wireless Internet access so you can stay connected to loved ones back home. The hotel’s suites have king-size beds and a living room. All accommodations are non-smoking, and room service is available 24 hours a day.
Enjoy the city’s warm climate on the hotel’s sunny terrace. There is a refreshing swimming pool here, as well as a range of sun chairs and shade umbrellas—it’s a great place to relax in the afternoon. If you’re feeling like working out, head to the hotel’s gym, which is stocked with a range of cardio and resistance equipment. Afterwards you can unwind in the sauna.
Start your day off with a buffet breakfast at the La Bóvedas Restaurant. The breakfast is tasty (and includes an omelet station!) and is offered from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM. The restaurant has an innovative international menu and uses ingredients and flavors from the northern region of Peru. The restaurant is committed to using local products.
Try out custom cocktails and other Peruvian drinks at the Malabrigo Bar. With dark wood and leather chairs, the bar feels elegant. It overlooks the town square and is a nice place to relax in the evening.
There are four public computers that guests can use to access the Internet. The staff at Libertador Trujillo is friendly and helpful—they will open doors, answer questions, and recommend places to eat.