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The hotel is located in a very quiet neighborhood and the accomodations were very nice. The breakfast buffet was especially nice.
My only complaint was that within fifteen minutes after checking in, the electricity was turned off for almost three hours due to "an unexpected...More
The place is clean and and the room spacious (gym is not good). Breackfast is not the best in terms of options and although there is a Starbucks next door there is no other things around if you want a grocery store or shops so...More
Overnighted here on 5/3/18 on the way to Cusco and Machu Picchu.
The good: Hotel lobby was nice and it seems to be in a safe area. There is a Starbucks nextdoor and a casino type area across the street.
The bad: The room was...More
The past several years of travelling to Peru from England, this is by far the best hotel chain in Peru, with the Lima Hotel my favourite.
The hotel staff are always friendly, very helpful, and the restaurant staff are to be praised for ability to...More
Wrapping up my third night. Clean and classy hotel.
My flight got me in at 7am and they asked for $50 for early check-in. If that's industry standard they should buck it. Room was ready but I slept in front lobby until 9AM. Not great...More
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?)