I stayed here for a week of business meetings in this hotel. We chose the hotel for the price they offered and the amenities they promised. I have to say I wouldn't choose the place if I had a choice. Meeting rooms were stuffy, inadequate AC. We opened the windows, but the street noise was too distracting to talk. We had a meetings and a group that counted on good internet connection. That was frustrating. You can't depend on it.
Rooms were adequate, but dated, and not all that clean. For an aging hotel severely in need of renovation, it was probably about par. Typical of aging hotels, there was blistered paint on the walls, bathroom walls and corners that needed a good cleaning, and soiled carpet. My bed was very hard- thin mattress on a wood base. My room was on the street and the noise from traffic and the casino below made it hard to sleep. I had to get maintenance to fix dripping AC water which was soaking the carpet. I came home sick, probably from the mold in the room, although none of my colleagues had this issue.
It was supposed to have internet in the room. Some have wifi, others just a cable connection. It didn't seem to matter, since it only worked occasionally either way.
The desk staff was very helpful and friendly. No issue with them. The waiters in the cafe were not very attentive, and didn't seem to care. Breakfast was the same every day, but adequate- scrambled eggs with ham and cheese, fruit cup, bread, coffee. I think most guests don't tip the waiters, because after I did slip a few soles to one of them, his demeanor and attentiveness changed noticeably for the remaining days.
The location was the only positive thing about the stay. It is an easy ten minute walk to Larcomar, the very nice mall on the ocean with lots of good restaurants. It's about the same to Parque Kennedy, a touristy area with good restaurants. And that is also close to a large Artisan market where you can shop for all of the gifts and alpaca scarves you need to pick up. Some good buys there. I travel to Lima a few times a year and found some great new places to eat near this hotel.
In summary, you can do a lot better. If you HAVE to stay here for a meeting, get a room away from the street on a lower floor. And get out and see the city. This area, Miraflores, is a nice part of Lima to visit. If you are a runner, or walker, you can get to the coastal cliffs in a few minutes where there is a great path along the ocean.
I'd look elsewhere.
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