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Very helpful and accurate description of how to get here, cost, etc (although the taxi driver managed to stuff things. When we did arrive we were warmly greeted and treated as friends. Rooms were really nice- comfortable and clean with a homely atmostphere. And the mattresses are heavenly after 3 days travelling. Your host, Marco, really knows his way around lima (as well as peru) and is more than happy to guide you around. His english is also very impressive. He printed off maps with his favourite restaurants and, after talking to us about what we wanted out of Lima, he recommended certain areas and things to try. We wanted to avoid the main tourist areas and we were given exactly that but the good location allows you to explore miraflores and those areas too -which Marco also knows everything about. It is obvious he loves accomodating internationals and his enthusiasm is really catching. After a night of making us his favourite cocktails to drink with his friends, he made us a delicious peruvian breakfast with authentic coffee, local butters and jams and freshly squeezed orange juice. Then (knowing no spanish at all) we convinced him to join us for the day. He (tried to) teach us how to catch buses and translated for us, showing us the sites we most wanted to see, as well as introducing us to the amazing local foods at both markets and a century old pub. All-in-all a great stay, we are definitely coming back and would recommend it to anyone.
Cesareo Chacaltana 162, MirafloresExcellent 94%
Av. Comandante Espinar 611 MirafloresExcellent 93%
Calle Colina 183 MirafloresExcellent 93%
conveniently located. however, the rooms were small, cramped and beds were more expensive than most hostels around the area. the receptionists were not the friendliest people. we sent our laundry for cleaning in this hostel (not exactly cheap either) and was missing a few articles. when we tried to locate them, the receptionists weren't willing or helpful, blaming us instead. they were rude about the whole situation saying that the lost articles had nothing to do with them.
My Husband and I stayed at Casa Ana in August 2012, it was actually our 28th wedding anniversary. Ana and her daughter Priscilla could not have been more helpful, friendly and welcoming. Ana's house feels like a home and the family go out of their way to help book train tickets, travel etc for you. Priscilla even took our thumb drive with some documents to a local shop to get the documents printed for us. I can't recommend this bed and breakfast more highly, if you are in the market for budget backpacker style accommodation with super friendly home style people then Casa Ana is the pick! Lynette Merry (Australia)
Av. Larco 189 Miraflores (Al frente del ovalo del parque KennedyExcellent 92%
Marcello was extremely kind and helpful. The rooms were spacious and very clean, yet they still had personality. The computer use is free and convenient. THe location is very good, really close to the beach and a nice shopping square. It is a taxi ride from downtown though, but Miraflores is cleaner and has lots to do. I would recoment this to anyone!
Second Home Peru is a really cool place to stay, especially if you love art. It's like living inside a gallery. The seaside location and sculpture garden make for great scenery, besides all the interesting details of the house itself. The Barranco neighborhood is a cool place to stay, with lots of galleries, great restaurants, and interesting streets to stroll. The staff are also friendly and gracious. This guesthouse is a destination all to itself!
Las Flores 459 San IsidroExcellent 91%
Calle Las Begonias 450, San IsidroExcellent 90%
Av. Jorge Basadre 595, San IsidroExcellent 90%
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