When I got out of my dilapidated taxi, took one look at the scruffy street my hotel was in, I felt relief as I walked into the elegant lobby - I thought I'd got a boutique hotel for the bargain price of 75 sols. Well, it wasn't such a bargain. The lobby is the best party of the hotel. My room was tiny, cold and there were no windows looking out on to the street, only a rattly window - which shook all night - overlooking, well...overlooking nothing but another wall of the hotel. The pillow on the bed felt as if it had been filled with pebbles and there was only one plug point to charge my mobile phone. There's a computer with internet access in the lobby, which costs a few sols for an hour's use and breakfast isn't included. OK there were a few good points, such as the room was clean, it had cable TV and the hotel felt secure. I'd probably try somewhere else in town before I came back here. However, there are executive rooms for 105 sols a night, so if I came back to Chiclayo and couldn't find anything else, I might give them a try. Although I wouldn't recommend this hotel to a friend, it's not that bad on the whole.
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