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Great location, very safe area, Starbucks right next door.. Just a little dated but very nice and well maintained.. Room was clean, had all ammenities that one would need, good wifi.. Breakfast was excellent.. Bar was convenient to have as well.. gym in hotel tho...More
WE were using AmEX and asked for an upgrade and were told we had a very nice room and no upgrade was available. It was room #501 which was next to the elevator and on the busy and noisy street so we refused it and...More
This hotel was lovely with large, comfortable rooms. Outstanding breakfast buffet (unless you have to eat before its regular opening). Staff helpful and friendly, with enough English to help travelers. There is a Starbucks immediately next door, which will appeal to many. I couldn't have...More
It is not the most luxury hotel but is a relly good one, the rooms are huge/spacious. Check in and check out was fast and the service is excellent. Good location. I had a good experience.
TIP: Go downstair to the bar and ask for...More
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Response from Rafael P, Rooms Division Manager at Hotel Libertador LimaResponded 20 September 2016
Thank you very much for taking the time to share your excellent experience at The Hotel Libertador Lima.
We are thrilled to read of what a great stay you had and happy you felt at home.
We hope to welcome you in the near future...More
Spent three nights.
Check in was fast but not the check out.
Location is OK but the place is noisy and the windows are not insulated. The bathroom is small and dated, they should take some unused space from the room.
The gym is tiny,...More
Response from francesco m | Reviewed this property |
Yes, They are overpriced. Just cross the road and stop a regular taxi - you will hardly find a cheaper taxi in the world. The hotel clerk must try to sell their own service. "It's for your own safety". But does the US govt... More
Yes, They are overpriced. Just cross the road and stop a regular taxi - you will hardly find a cheaper taxi in the world. The hotel clerk must try to sell their own service. "It's for your own safety". But does the US govt bit repeat the same over ad over when it wants to abuse its citizen (as it always does?)
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"Choose room on the golf course side rather than road side for quieter location."