Hotel Valle del Sol HAND

Avenida Luis Gonzales 1135 - 1137, Chiclayo

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1 Room / 2 Adults

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Featuring beautifully tiled floors and colorfully painted walls, the Hotel Valle del Sol HAND offers guests with modern conveniences in an accessible Chiclayo location. The best rooms for families are the Triple Rooms. These rooms can provide enough sleeping space for up to three family members. The hotel provides free breakfast and complimentary Wi-Fi access to its guests. In addition to the complimentary continental breakfast offered, the hotel has an onsite restaurant that serves authentic Peruvian dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Lambayeque, Playa Pimentel, Pimentel Beach and the Bruning Museum are easily accessible from this location.

Our Editor Loves

  • Simple and elegant decor
  • Near the Mercado Modelo
  • Cozy rooms and contemporary amenities

Family Interests

  • Beach
  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Laundry
  • Onsite Dining


Very good

by sofiat464

Place is very clean and has most necessities. Shampoo, conditioner, soap, towels. Also includes AC and cable. Price is very good for this hotel and the people are very friendly. Has warm water and includes breakfast.

Nothing to Write Home About

by Steve G

I'd give Valle Del Sol about 2.5/5 which I suppose is faint praise. I had to rate in whole numbers so I picked a 3 but, really that's kind of generous, I think. Credit for effort. Staff were definitely good -- friendly and very helpful. There is a small cafe where breakfast (which comes with the room) is served. Breakfast was adequate. When I was there my room was quiet, in spite of being on a very busy street. (But my room wasn't at the front, either.) I had what they classify as a "simple" room because I was traveling alone but it was really tiny to the point of being cramped. The only window (except the bathroom window) looked out on an open central shaft so the curtains stayed closed which gave the tiny room almost a claustrophobic feel. Opening them would have resulted in a view of the windows of other rooms that open onto that shaft and the outside corridor so anybody walking down the hall would have had a view in. There is a travel "agency" in the small lobby which is really just a tiny desk staffed by one person. All in all, I'd say adequate but nothing to write home about.