Hotel Embajador

Address: Calle 7 de Enero 1368, Chiclayo, 14001, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle 7 de Enero 1368, Chiclayo.
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          • Restaurant


          • Minbar in room
          • Hot tub
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Breakfast Available
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Smoking rooms available
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Family rooms


          • Suites


          • Airport Transportation
          • Drycleaning onsite
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Multilingual staff
          • Concierge desk
          • Meal plan
          • Laundry

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Embajador Chiclayo

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Chiclayo

          Sun and Moon Temple

          A travel blog entry by burkley on Oct 02, 2013

          28 photos

          The truck left Huanchaco and after a short drive we had pulled up at the major shopping mall of the nearby city Trujillo. Trujillo is a great name to practice the 'j' and double 'll' syllable of Spanish which are the only two hard syllables. The supermarket hadn't quite opened and when it did it was almost like a shoppers spree as we raced in for supplies. One cook group did their shop and we stocked up on some snacks. Having the opportunity to have an espresso ...

          Lisanne- stop being an ungrateful little brat!!!!

          A travel blog entry by lisannelee on Sep 21, 2013

          13 photos

          ... br> nearest bus station for me to get the next bus outta here!

          However, the logical part of me said ‘Lisanne, give it a go,
          stop being such a snob and behaving like a spoilt and stuck-up little brat! Many poor people in Peru live in places like
          this.’ So I paid the driver and was
          immediately greeted by 4 barking dogs, one of which looked particularly scary
          and another which just kept jumping on me and licking on me! I quickly met the ...

          New Years Eve

          A travel blog entry by gemandkory on Dec 31, 2012

          4 comments, 8 photos

          ... for the next few days. Kory went into the shop to pick up the usual essentials, whilst I stayed outside with the bikes. Life was in full swing and if I didn't pay attention it was going to carry me down the road with it. Vans would pull in to the street corner, where a teenage boy would yell out the destination of the van-bus and people would run from whatever shade they were hiding under to jump into the back of the van before it pulled away again moments ...

          Chiclaya - more Chimu and Moche sights

          A travel blog entry by ullaventham on Jun 04, 2012

          1 comment, 12 photos

          Chiclayo city doesnīt really have any amazing sights but itīs quite a laid back friendly place to visit. We stayed in a small hotel near both the bus station and the main plaza so very convenient for restaurants etc. Found one called La Romana where they had a very extensive menu. Tried their fish and seafood dishes which were very tasty but the helpings much too big. Also tried the drink Chicha Morada a kind of corn brew which was much nicer than the normal chica ...

          Trujillo to Chiclayo - Chan Chan, Chicama etc

          A travel blog entry by griffs-on-tour on Nov 17, 2011

          32 photos

          ... loophole to close (which leaves the entire continent looking like a half-finished building site), is left wide open.

          But I’m surprised that no-one here has realised that the only man-made parts of south America that tourists have any interest in visiting are the crumbling ruins built 400 years ago by the Spanish colonisers or the Incas not to mention the odd adobe ruin here and there. (To be fair I ...