Pullman Hotel

Pizarro 879, Trujillo

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Situated in a convenient location that is within walking distance to the Plaza de Armas in Trujillo, the Pullman Hotel provides families with direct access to all of the shopping, dining, entertainment and sightseeing opportunities available in the heart of the city. Some of the attractions that are located nearby include the Archeology Museum, Casa Urquiaga and the Monasterio del Carmen. The hotel is also located near public parks. Family Rooms provide sleeping spaces for three to four family members. The hotel offers complimentary access to its Wi-Fi network. Onsite dining is not available at the hotel, but guests may dine at one of the many restaurants available in the city.

Our Editor Loves

  • Great location near sightseeing
  • Sleeping space for four guests
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi access

Family Interests

  • Beach
  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Free Wi-Fi


Incredibly expensive yet mediocre

by LSO1973

In fairness I didn't stay here. I went in late night after a 16 hour trip and was prepared to pay just about anything...but having seen a room I wasn't prepared to spend it on such mediocrity. Bathroom small, beds dingy, no AC, sterile decor...and no number of pretty flags out the front and monogrammed sheets makes this worth 270 s/ for a triple. Around the corner was the Pillkay hostel that has better rooms for less than half of the price. And by the way if one is going to try and pass oneself off as an international hotel one simply cannot park one's Vespa in the hallway. It doesn't really look the part. Shame, as it's well positioned and accessible to the centre of Trujillo. It needs to be taken in hand.

An interesting experience

by Wayne S

This was a very interesting hotel. It took them three tries to get us a room that was inhabitable. The first was near where they were constructing the rooms (it's been in business since 2005, but there are many rooms that are still unfinished), and it smelled horribly of paint. The second room had a leak from the bathroom, and the water had gotten all over the floor and the bedding. The third room was OK, but was quite moldy (strange in a desert climate).

There was abundant hot water, an acceptable free breakfast, and the personnel were warm and patient with us. They gave us a complementary pisco sour on our arrival, secured our valuables and put them in the safe, gave us extra pillows, and let us store our luggage so that we could take one last walk around before we had to leave for our bus.

One word of warning: Trujillo is not for the faint of heart, apparently. As we were walking, not far from the center of the city, a thief took our camera right off the strap that my wife was holding it by. We ran after him, and fortunately a "sereno" (watchman) stopped him and we were able to recover the camera. Of course, we spent several hours in the comisaria (police station), and missed our bus. I will say that the police and the populace were extremely nice. The people were genuinely mortified and were very helpful, and the police helped us make alternate transportation plans. As we were riding in the police car, one of them pointed out which streets were just "dangerous" (most of them), and which were "superdangerous" (the rest of them). Trujillo has beautiful Plaza de Armas, excellent restaurants, and great archeological sites, but be careful.