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The hotel has seen better day and glamor. It remains good value for the money. Showing up with no booking is more expensive than using an internet booking service. You have to go to different floors and visit the various rooms at street level to...More
The hotel is located close to the heart of the historic district with all the sightseeing highlights in walking distance. Entering the hotel is like stepping back in time. It offers the decaying charm of the early years of the last century. Lobby and reception...More
Situated in the centro historico, on one corner of elegant Plaza San Martin, 10 minutes from plaza de armas, this old lady exsudes belle epoque grandeur, and although due to lack of investment, the GHB has become these days only a 2 and a half...More
This place was great, we were staying in a different hotel in Lima and went to visit the Gran Bolivar for a Pisco (we hadn't chosen to stay here because of some of the negative reviews). After visiting and asking to see a room we...More
Stayed here for a couple of nights before heading up to Cusco for the Inca Trail. The hotel is in a good location in Central Lima within easy walking distance of all historic sites and some great shopping and restaurant options. The rooms were massive...More
US$58 - US$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."