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We stayed in a Triple room, and the room was more than spacious. Tall ceilings, great old parquet hardwood flooring, original antique fixtures on the walls, shower/bathtub/bathroom, ceilings, etc. You could feel the history of this place. Yes, it is a bit faded, but the...More
Having stayed here in the 1970's I thought it would be good to get a nostalgic hit. The location is excellent: right on Plaza San Martin and 8 blocks to the main square. $65 per night for a double room.
The rooms were very large...More
If your looking for a Hilton, keep walking. If your looking for a fantastic piece of history with a great location, you have found the right place.
Please don't mind the dust, paint chips, squeaky floors or any of that stuff. Look past the superficial...More
As a bit of a connoisseur of historic hotels there was simply no other option for our brief stay in Lima before heading to Cusco. The location is excellent: right on Plaza San Martin and maybe a ten minute walk to the main square. We...More
Hotel Bolivar is in the old city at plaza Bolivar, when I was there in 1974 this hotel and Hotel Colon around the corner were the 2 best and elegant hotels in Lima, there was also the Sheraton in a square box building without charm....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.