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Budget hotels & hostels
Costa Del Sol Ramada Tumbes
This is the most upscale hotel in town, providing a decent restaurant, a pleasant bar and garden, and a Jacuzzi, swimming pool with a children’s section, small casino and gym...
Located 200 metres from Plaza Mayor Tumbes main square and 300 metres from the commercial area, Hotel B´liam offers free Wi-Fi and 24-hour front desk assistance in Tumbes. Meeting facilities are available for guest use...
These former budget digs got the kind of makeover normally reserved for Queer Eye for the Straight Guy...
Has warm showers and fans, plus cable TV for S4 extra. It’s a little hygienically challenged though.
Recently graduated from mere hostal (guesthouse) status, Hotel Cosmos has solid rooms with TVs and space in spades. Potted plants in the hallway brighten things up a bit...
This place is old, but the coat of paint being slapped on as we visited signifies some presence of maintenance. Big rooms here cut the mustard for a night, with fans, hot water and TV. Perhaps its best attribute is being next door to Cruz del Sur.
Very clean rooms in a central location, helpful and friendly staff, hot showers, cable TV, fan, mini-fridge and phone all add up to solid budget fare. Mosquito nets are also provided on request.
About 2km north of town en route to the airport, this hotel supplies comfortable rooms and a restaurant, but it’s the pool that will probably get your attention.
Clean, safe and friendly, the Lourdes offers austere (for Tumbes) rooms with fans, phones, TV and hot showers.
Dark but welcoming, the good-sized rooms here have fans. The walls are decorated with oh-so-hip ’80s posters; a few plants help spruce the place up. TV costs S5 extra.
Clean enough and quieter than most, this place made some tile vendor very wealthy – they cover nearly every surface. TV costs S5 extra.
The Italia is a good deal for double rooms, each of which has plenty of natural light and space, tiled floors and TVs as standard, but the lack of wi-fi is its downfall.
Boasting top Plaza de Armas real estate, the Roma is an upper-level budget option and provides guests with clean, comfortable rooms with hot shower, high-octane fan, phone and cable TV...
The Feijoo, just a block from Plaza de Armas, is one of the cheapest spots for icy air-con, which represents more value than normal in the Tumbes heat...
Hotel Rizzo Plaza
Just steps from the Plaza de Armas, the ritzy Rizzo gets solid reviews from travelers. With a business center, it leans vaguely suit-and-tie-like, with a professional staff, smallish bathrooms and way too many faux plants.