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My mother and I stayed here twice on our recent trip to Peru. The hotel is located in a safe, busy neighborhood right next to Miraflores Park/Park Kennedy, which makes it easy to navigate back to and means there's a lot of food, activities, shopping,...More
I spent one night there, our room was quite basic but not bad. We found only one towel each for the two days! In every good hotel there are two towels each (one smaller and one bigger), only in cheap hotels there is one towel...More
This hotel was conveniently located for our needs with friendly and very helpful Reception and Concierge. We had a Superior en suite room that was clean with a good elevated view of the city. Very good breakfast selection. Otherwise, would probably try somewhere else as...More
We enjoy staying here. It is centrally located especially if you are shopping at the Inca Market. The staff is very accommodating and pleasant to work with. It's not super fancy but very comfortable. The Casa Andina chain is one of our favorites. Hot water...More
this is a clean basic accommodation very centrally located just a minute away from the famous "Malecon or Boulevard" with friendly and helpful staff. the rooms are clean and well serviced. would not hesitate to stay there again.
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US$72 - US$133 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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What type of Electrical converters will I need - I am from the USA
25 February 2017|
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I used a two-pin adapter to adapt from the Canada/USA standard. Images and descriptions are available on line. Peru has a 220 V standard versus 110 V in the USA. You will find that many of the modern chargers (e.g. for... More
I used a two-pin adapter to adapt from the Canada/USA standard. Images and descriptions are available on line. Peru has a 220 V standard versus 110 V in the USA. You will find that many of the modern chargers (e.g. for cameras, computers and telephone devices) have been designed with built-in converters to work with both voltages, but an adapter will be needed to connect. Adapters can be readily acquired in Peru. Take care though with anything electrical to ensure that you have a device that will work with the 220 V standard regardless of the adapter used, or take a voltage converter. If you want to lighten your load, you may only need camera and smart-phone/computer charging.
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"Our upper level room was much larger than the 1st floor room."