Antigua Miraflores Hotel

Address: Av. Grau 350, Miraflores, Lima, Peru | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Huaca Pucllana (Juliana), Bike Tours of Lima, Sala Museo Oro del Peru, and Chavin de Huantar.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsAntigua Miraflores Hotel Lima

      Reviewed by janhewitt2014

      Great Hotel, and we love Lima

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      by (4 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

      Fab people, food, and hotel.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by brehn.eichel

      Boutique

      Reviewed Oct 14, 2013
      by (2 reviews) Calgary , Canada Flag of Canada

      Wonderful spt!

      Hotel Antigua Miraflores
      San Isidro District, Peru

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by jones2000

      Quaint b&b

      Reviewed Jun 7, 2013
      by (5 reviews) Northants, UK , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Lovely old hotel /b&b in the new part of town. Comfortable rooms, no drinks facilities in room. Easy walking distance to cliff top with great views over coast.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by kriskulak

      lovely place to stay

      Reviewed Oct 20, 2012
      by (1 review) , Canada Flag of Canada

      Quaint hotel with alot of charm, friendly staff and good wi-fi connection - breakfast was delicious

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews Antigua Miraflores Hotel Lima

      Loud room

      from

      We stayed at this hotel for three nights. During the day it is in a good location for walking to the Pacific coast and central park, but at night we did not feel safe walking near the hotel. There also is not alot of restaurants or activity at night near the hotel. The hotel is also surrounded by a high voltage security fence. Our room was very loud and we could hear every word uttered in the lobby. The hotel has no heat and it was very cold. It also took 4 requests to get an extra blanket. The first day no one made up our room. Also the refrigerator, tv remote and lampshades were broken. The bathroom needs updating and the dingy curtains and carpet needs to be ripped out. I suspect some rooms are better than others but our stay was not the best.

      Great Gem of A Little Hotel

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      Five stars for value and friendliness. Arrived very early in the morning and were greeted promptly by our driver (sent by the hotel, no charge).

      Our room was on the top floor with a cute courtyard just outside the room.

      We had no problems with Miraflores, crime or otherwise. We took a nap and went in search of the famous Pisco Sour (which I found absolutly tasty!). Found some great little restaurants and sampled our way to the Pacific Ocean. We ended up at some tourist mall by the sea which was overpriced and lacked the character of Latin America so we retreated back to the 'hood and enjoyed the flavor of the city.

      For one or two nights in Lima, I would highly recommend this hotel if you are on a budget (ie. $100 or less per night). Not recommended for someone not comfortable with a new country, someone who needs room service or a spa. For those people the Marriott would be a better choice. Great for singles, adventurous folk or couples who are independent.

      Not a good choice

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      I can't actually think of anything good to say about this hotel. It was the only poor hotel on our entire three week Peru trip. There was disorganisation when we arrived - so we had to wait until 10 pm for our room - not good when you are tired having just returned from Nasca. The room was damp - black mould on the walls, it smelt bad too. The hotel sheets were also damp and musty. The bathroom had mould on the walls. We were very releaved to be making an early start the next day - it wasn't as if you could sleep much as the room was also airless with only a window at ground level opening out onto a damp internal courtyard. The staff were rude - they did not apolygise for the delay with the room and then refused to serve us breakfast the next morning - because it was five minutes too early. We waited for five minutes and then they did serve us - but it was very poor - dried up yesterday's bread and jam, we couldn't wait for the tea/coffee - because after 15 minutes of waiting, going in search of staff etc, our taxi had arrived to take us away from this pit. I can see that many people seem to have enjoyed their stay here - from the reviews, although reading the hotel's guest book it would seem that this hotel is not in such a safe place - on every page there were references to muggings in the street outside. Lima has a lot of luxuary on offer for very small prices - so I would look elsewhere in future.

      Piece of paradise in Lima

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      Upon arrival in Lima, I was a little unsure of what to expect of the hotel I booked online at Orbitz for $50 US. When the taxi driver pulled up to the Hotel Antigua Miraflores, I knew I had made the right choice. The hotel is a charming 20th century mansion that entrances you with its peaceful courtyard and colonial halls filled with local art. Just off the courtyard is a sitting area, where I was introduced to other fellow travelers and shared stories over a drink. The rooms are tasteful and spacious, with beautifully tiled bathrooms. From my handcrafted bed, I could enjoy views from my window of the courtyard below. Many shops and restaurants are just a short stroll away (10 minutes). If I were to return to Lima, I would stay here again. Truly a little slice of paradise.

      FYI - When I stayed at this hotel, a complimentary shuttle to/from the airport was not available. My taxi driver knew precisely where it was located, so there were no difficulties in transportation.

      A Sanctuary in Lima

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      Antigua Miraflores is a wonderful sanctuary in Lima. We had two rooms, first their Senorial room which was a suite and then on our final day, we had a day room that was called Tradicional. This hotel was a charming old house built around a courtyard. The staff was great--friendly and helpful. The breakfast was good: you had a choice of Peruvian tamales or eggs or fruit. The lobby rooms were great for gathering or for a drink. The only hitch we had was in getting to the hotel. Both times we came the hotel promised to send a driver to pick us up at the airport. The drivers never showed up. That usually wouldn't be much of a problem, but Lima's taxis have a dangerous reputation. Our plane from Atlanta arrived in the middle of the night. So then we had to figure out a safe way to get to the hotel. We ended up taking a shuttle. We chose the Antigua Miraflores because they promised a driver in their initial registration form. I still highly recommend the hotel--just know you may have to fend for yourself at the airport.

      Cute & Good Value

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      Charming little place in a convenient and safe location. Not fancy but perfect place to hang your hat at a reasonable price which includes breakfast.

      Beautiful Place

      from

      Beautiful hotel set in Miraflores...I booked online through Orbitz & saved about 20 bucks a night....I was able to get one of their best rooms. This place is stunning, the service was helpful & the decor makes you feel like you're in a museum.

      Enjoyed It!

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      Messed up our room the first night....booked a large suite and were given the smallest room even though we were promised via email that our larger room would be ready. It was corrected over the weekend and we loved the rest of our stay. Nice light breakfast every morning. Staff very friendly.... walking distance to most places we wanted to see. Very safe area.

      Great hotel

      from

      despite hearing terrible things about lima, i braved lima with AMH and am glad i did. this is a great hotel with lots of charm. an old mansion right in the smack of a wonderful residential / commercial area only blocks from the social advantages of Miraflores. the staff were very accomodating and the service is great. they have a wonderful breakfast everymorning. a short walk to the ocean. for the price and for the authenticity, this can't be beat.

      email me with any questions on lima or cuzco. i'd be happy to share.

      Great little gem in Miraflores

      from

      This is a real gem...far enough from downtown Lima to be in clean air, but lots of great dining within easy walking distance. Lovely rooms and free breakfast. I loved this place.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Antigua Miraflores Hotel Lima

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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