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I stayed in Lima for 3 weeks . Unplanned. Unexpected travel problems.
Most of the time I stayed in Hotel Bolivar.
I stayed for 5 days in 2 hotels in Miraflores - Hotel Castellana and Hotel Britania.
Poor service and discourteous staff in both the...More
We stayed in this hotel in May 2009. Even though I am ok with my stay, I have to say when I left I felt very sad for the state the hotel is in. There are many things in the hotel that remind you of...More
I really enjoyed my stay at Gran Hotel Bolivar. If you like old stuff, faded glamour, decadence avec elegance, you must stay there!
I went with my brother and my mother and we stayed at the same room at our first day and the 2...More
I stayed here for 2 nights and just left today... I'm in Cusco now.
Anyway, from the outside this hotel looks almost like a Ritz-Carlton and a Fairmont... it looks grand and luxurious. In fact famous Hollywood stars and heads of states use to stay...More
USD 58 - USD 102 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#13 Best Value Hotel in Lima
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As long as you settle your bill early in the day I think it is fine. There is always someone at the front desk though you may have to bang on the bell to get someone's attention. I arrived early for my room 10 AM... More
As long as you settle your bill early in the day I think it is fine. There is always someone at the front desk though you may have to bang on the bell to get someone's attention. I arrived early for my room 10 AM. They made me wait until 2 PM before giving me a room, which was of very low quality. It faced the center ventilator courtyard that made a loud motorized noise. They did not give a higher quality room until 5 PM facing the streets, which had incredibly loud street noise. Even my trusty earplugs could not muffle the noise.
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"Get room facing inside of the hotel for less street noise."