We stayed here only one night before traveling to Ecuador and it was a nice place for a good night of sleep. The bed was good, airconditioning was included, wifi really fast and good breakfast. The owner was a really friendly and caring woman. She advised us to eat at the chinese restaurant across the street and we liked the food over there. It is not in the city centre, so if you like to explore the city this is not a convenient location.
The owner helped our family figure out how to secure a bus ticket into Ecuador which is difficult to negotiate. We were incredibly grateful for his hospitality and assistance and would recommend this hotel to families!
Nice Hotel, for one or two nights and not too far from the center. good wifi in room. breakfast was included. try to get a room in the back part. rooms at street side are a bit loud. reasonable chinese restaurant and some shops just across the road. do not pay more than 5-6 soles for a taxi. look gor the grey squirrels on the trees outside.
We stayed here for one night as a stopover before catching the bus to Ecuador. Rooms are spacious and clean, shower is hot and the place is nice and quiet. But my favourite thing about this place was how helpful the staff are! I emailed a few days before to book an airport pickup and received information straight away, once we arrived we had no idea where to get bus tickets and reception did their best to find out, even calling other people to get the information for us. Very friendly and helpful staff! Oh and there's a great burger place "El buffalo burgers" a few doors down!!
Finding this hotel in Piura was easier than finding it on Tripadvisor! Maybe someone will tell me why there are 3 categories of accommodation: Hotels, B & B/Inns, Speciality Lodging. Never mind: a short taxi ride from the bus station took me to this pleasant, unassuming hotel. My room was clean, spacious, comfortable and (this is at a premium in Peru) quiet. The management were pleasant and arranged a taxi back to the bus station. They warned me about pirate taxis in Trujillo but maybe this is just rivalry between northern cities. The San Jose is some way from the city centre and this is not overflowing with historic sights. However you needn't go hungry because there are no less than 3 chifas within 100 yards of the hotel. For onward travel, I found the Ittsa bus company to be good, the journey to Trujillo costing only 30 soles (about US$11) including lunch.…