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The best thing about the Hotel is location in Historic Lima. You can walk from there anywhere in that part of the town. Rooms - loved the furniture, but rooms needed much upgrading. Cracks in the wall, dark -ish rooms, big bathroom, thought C ment...More
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If your idea of an amazing hotel is a brand new 'Four Seasons' with all modern conveniences and state of the art bathrooms....well then read no...More
I booked the bolivar knowing the bad reviews. I knew it was run down and not so confortable but I still booked it because I thought it would be fun. but run down to this extent......the rooms smell like a very old museum, you can...More
My husband and I selected this place because it was closer to the airport than the hotels in Miramar and we had a very late arrival with a very early departure 2 days later. I made my reservation several months in advance and specifically requested...More
This is the "grande dame" of the hotels in Lima -- a magnificent 6 story structure prominently located on the main square, with a fine rotunda in the lobby and the kind of large, high-ceilinged rooms that went out of fashion many decades ago. Once...More
Response from fredhardman | Reviewed this property |
The area where Gran Bolivar is located is reasonable but it does get a little dangerous the further you go from the square.Miraflores is more of seaside location but you need to take care there as well.