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This hotel is located in the upscale area of San Isadore and next to the Lima country club and golf course. There isn’t too much around the hotel so we took taxis/Uber a couple times. Fortunately these rides are a fixed price (10-12 soles) because...More
Very nice and descent hotel,located not so close to the center of the city,ammazingly helpful employees at the reception and the restaurant,very large room,very clean and big bathroom,and the breakfast was much more better than the avedage in Peru
Stayed here as part of a Gate 1 tour. Room is huge and very clean. Staff are nice as well. I recommend this hotel. Nice that breakfast was included. Hotel is located in a nice area of the city. There are lots of snacks available...More
Nice and quiet little hotel in a calm area of San Isidro, close to the El Golf and to a lovely bookshop that sits in the Barcelona street. Rooms are big and matrass is confortable. Service is gentle and efficient. Breakfast a bit limited but...More
It is an excellent hotel located in the neighbourhood of San Isidro. Rooms are large. The bed is very comfortable. A remarkable thing is breakfast: they have a wide variety of fresh fruits, smoothies, home made bread and marmalades. Front desk attention is excellent. They...More
The Hotel Libertador Lima is located 40 minutes from the airport in the city’s most exclusive and tranquil residential area, facing the gardens of the San Isidro golf course. It has 54 luxurious and spacious rooms …Moreequipped with wireless Internet, LCD televisions and air conditioning. It also has a gym, restaurant, bar, business center and three meeting rooms which can be set up to accommodate any need. Less
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Response from francesco m | Reviewed this property |
Yes, They are overpriced. Just cross the road and stop a regular taxi - you will hardly find a cheaper taxi in the world. The hotel clerk must try to sell their own service. "It's for your own safety". But does the US govt... More
Yes, They are overpriced. Just cross the road and stop a regular taxi - you will hardly find a cheaper taxi in the world. The hotel clerk must try to sell their own service. "It's for your own safety". But does the US govt bit repeat the same over ad over when it wants to abuse its citizen (as it always does?)