El Pueblo Resort & Convention Center
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews El Pueblo Resort & Convention Center Lima
Travel Blogs from Lima
We got in late last night and slept well. After breakfast we walked down to the beach. The terrain and the beach is very Santa Barbara like-beach with cliffs behind. Took a few pictures of a lighthouse and El Parque de Amor. My good camera does not like the super high humidity here. Hope that goes away in the mountains. I would ...
... the wind didn't cooperate and when I went it was too windy to fly. With a suitcase of clean clothes, a belly full of amazing cuisine and feeling recharged I am ready for Brasil. I am really sad I haven't had more time in Lima but I am sure I will return as I definitely want to return to Peru. I have really loved my stay in this country. It has so much diversity in the people, the indigenous cultures and it's ...
... be a tourist in Peru and how young girls are always silly and drink alcohol in cusco before the inca trail and struggle. This would have been fine except he cycled 3 or 4 times saying the same things. We now know he is actually really fun and knows an outrageous amount about everything in Peru. The intrepid travellers Sarah: looked familiar when I saw in the hotel lobby on meeting day. Turns out I worked with Sarah (doctor) in the RAH on ortho. David: mid 30s, from Aus. Worked ...
... at a video camera so they could film your face for security reasons. The inside of the bus was really nice. Me and natalie spoke for a bit and exchanged travel stories until we were served out dinner of rice and chicken, nothing special but was good enough. We got lucky and out of the whole bus the two seats next to us were free so natalie jumped over there. Im not sure if she wanted the extra leg room or to just get away from me. The evenings bus entertainment was Bingo. I ...
... the way back from our tour we passed the Amor 'Love Park' which is full of couples and features a massive statue of two people kissing, it was said that a mayor used to hold a competition to see which couple could hold the longest kiss. Laura and I then had to rush back to the hotel to meet the rest of the group. Did the whole group introduction thing and Laura and I both realised we were the only people travelling on our own - we soon bonded a lot and ...