Awesome resort. You feel like your living in a house (room) in a small town. I paid $223 for a room and it was worth it just for all the free food, alcohol, drinks, and ativities. We were just planning to spend the day there but after seeing the resort, we checked in for a night.
The room inside was below par. The room had a small tv, hard bed, needed more linens, big nice towles, screens on windows, good water pressure with hot water, and I don't think the heater/AC works but I did not try to turn it on. No room is alike so I don't know if they have better rooms or not. I did notice that they had actual small houses with pools.
The rooms are set in a small town and you have the feel that each room(s) is a small house. Within the town are resturants, bars, disco, church, spa, and everything else you can imagine. The streets are stone so don't wear high heals. We enjoyed just walking through the town. We also rang the church bell. There are no bugs and moquitos because the resort is so clean and kept up, saw a bee, thats it.
The resturants vary from a BBQ shack to fine dinning. The food is the best I had in Lima and I live here, except the breakfast needed improvment. The menus don't have prices because all the food and drinks at the resort are free, everything. The beef was so good and tender that I asked the waiter where they purchased the beef and he said the beef is specially prepaired for the resort by a private farmer. For dinner, I ate two meals in the same sitting. Really good service.
During our stay, the hotel was deserted, there were only a few guest staying there which was nice. There must of been 50 employees working there so I don't understand how they make any money, maybe from the conventions.
Don't plan on having any visiters because the resort is only for guest. I think they had half day passes for $60 per person. Best to just stay for the night.
Many activities, all of them are free. This is what I remember,
Paintball (one session), small court
2 lane bowling alley (really bad shape and run down)
3 big clean swimming pools with wet bars, one pool has a water slide, lifeguards
Aroamic steam room, must try
Massages (I did not get one)
Jacuzzi (water was luke warm)
Very good food in the afternoon and night, breakfast was below average (buffet)
Gift shop (not free)
small petting zoo
Horses (the guy doesn't want you to run the horses or let you go out of his sight)
Small disco (was closed because no guest)
Karaokee (did not inquire)
Hiking with good views
Ping pong, pool, video games
Tennis courts, squash courts
Nice kids playground(s), small trampolines
'Very young kids' playhouse
Exercise room (big)
Aid station with nurse
meeting rooms, diferent sizes.
Wireless internet I was told
Will definately go back soon. Highly recommend. Best hotel stay ever.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- El Pueblo, Resort Convention Center, is now part of the great Decameron All Inclusive Hotels & Resort family. It was inspired in the traditional architecture of the people from the Peruvian highlands, becoming a little piece of the Andes in the capital city. Located only 30 minutes from Lima, it offers its guest the perfect combination between fun and relaxation; with more than 16 hectares of green areas, 7 pools, more than 230 comfortable rooms and a complete entertainment program of the highest quality, at your service. Complemented by our unique and unparalleled All Inclusive service that allows guest to enjoy the gastronomy at any hour of the day, complemented by a varied offer of national and imported beverages. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- El Pueblo Resort And Convention Center
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