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Traditional mid-range hotel in a convenient central location.

The well-located Los Conquistadores Trujillo hotel is just one block from Trujillo's main square. A traditional mid-range property, it is a cheerful and busy place with bright, classical décor which may seem a bit dated to some but offers reasonable comfort after a day exploring the town and neighbouring ruins. The hotel has a business-like restaurant and bar, foreign exchange and car hire facilities.

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    Aug 2015
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