We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The hotel has a good location close to Lima subway station and central train station, about 5 minutes walk to each one. The staff is friendly and the rooms are clean. The neighbourhood seemed safe at night but it was a bit noisy in the...More
Rooms are spacious. Bathrooms are clean and there is plenty of hot water for the winter month during which we stayed. Have no complaints! Breakfast was adequate; nothing fancy. Coffee, juices, croissants, nutella, bread etc etc. Wifi is fast and free.
Wonderful and helpful staff.
We had originally booked a night in a different hotel for our first night in Milan but when we went to check in they told us they had no room....we ended up at the Salerno Hotel because booking.com customer service was amazing at finding us...More
Just a short walk down from the central station, street isn't the prettiest, but the hotel is an oasis. Not sure why it only has two stars, but the quality of the room suggests more. Maybe it's the lack of coffee making facilities, or a...More
The hotel is in a great location near stazione centrale and lima metro station. It is a clean hotel but was too expensive for what it offers.There was no elevator and the breakfast was poor. The hotel offers free wifi.
Central Station represents a bridge towards the future. Impressive skyscrapers and new age buildings stretch the skyline with the majestic Unicredit Tower cutting through. Surrounding it are large towers that define Piazza Gae Aulenti, where the fountain and the Monumento Trombe leave one breathless. A famous building of the district is the Vertical Forest, where the innovative materials and trees planted on the
terraces are a unique mix of nature and man-made construction. In the district, there is the Monumental Cemetery, known for its antique tombs with sculptures portraying angels of commemorative scenes many will find touching.
There are three options:
1. We walked it took about 20 minutes, check out Google for directions Via Vitruvio runs to the right and parallel to the the front of the Station. There is some pavement work going on last week... More
There are three options:
1. We walked it took about 20 minutes, check out Google for directions Via Vitruvio runs to the right and parallel to the the front of the Station. There is some pavement work going on last week, but this was not a big issue for us.
2. Taxi The fare to St. Garibaldi (the further away station) was 10 Euro so should be about the same or less. The taxis are metered.
3. Metro - did not use it so can not advice, but others may be able to help, or you can contact the hotel directly, they were very helpful. Just checked the map, and the hotel is half way between metro stops, don't this this is a good option.
I hope this helps.