Basadre Suites Boutique Hotel

Address: Ave. Jorge Basadre 1310, Lima, Peru | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Los Olivos area of Lima, is near Miraflores, El Parque del Amor, Huallamarca (Pan de Azucar), and Puente de Piedra.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Basadre Suites Boutique Hotel Lima

    Disappointing, so we left


    Based largely on Trip Advisor recs, we booked a total of 4 nights at Basadre Suites, but only stayed there for one, then moved to the vastly superior Sonesta Olivar about six blocks away (also in San Ysidro). The "junior suite" at Basadre Suites was a most ordinary room, not very big, not very well furnished, not very attractive, and the carpet wasn't entirely clean. Bed covering was skimpy, pillows were few. Airport transport was reliable but cramped. Breakfast the next morning was OK. Not the sort of place we were keen to return to after a long day of sightseeing in warm Lima, much less at the end of our expedition to the Amazon.

    Excellent Value


    Very nice stay in December, 2006! Very nice staff, all was as promised, will definately stay there again.

    Great care at Hotel Basadre


    We have just spent two weeks at Hotel Basadre whilst my wife recovered from emergency surgery in Lima. The hotel was perfect. Quiet rooms, friendly staff, well-located in San Isidro and an excellent breakfast. They were sensitive to our unfortunate situation and the hotel was a great base for my wife to recover before being allowed to fly again. I recommend it highly.

    Visita el hotel Basadre Suites Lima Peru. Un estupendo lugar donde alojarse


    Hoteles en Lima Perú, este hotel de 3 estrellas en Lima, Perú está situado en San Isidro, Lima, Perú, en un atractivo distrito de negocios y residencial de Lima. El Basadre Suites ofrece un rápido acceso a los lugares más turísticos, a las instituciones importantes, a las empresas principales y a los centros comerciales de Lima, Perú. Este hotel te da el confort y los servicios que esperas en tus viajes de negocios y de placer. Mi estancia en el Basadre Suites en Lima, Perú fue agradable y tranquila. En este hotel puedes disfrutar de un descanso bien merecido después de un día de trabajo. El personal te hará sentir como si estuvieras en tu propia casa. Si estás buscando un buen alojamiento en Lima, Perú, éste es el lugar adecuado.

    Nice hotel and staff


    We stayed here for one night before heading back to the airport to depart for Cuzco. They picked us up from the airport and it was easy to spot our name in the crowd when exiting from international arrivals area.

    The hotel staff were very nice, we had late check-in and early departure and made sure we had a taxi waiting to take us to the airport.

    The room was a bit musty smelling and cold, but that's just part of Lima in the winter. The room was well-equiped with a TV, mini-bar, and fairly comfortable bed.

    I Loved Peru!


    After staying at several hotels overseas I was MOST surprised at the excellent accomodations at Basadre Suites.

    The room was clean, good hot water, good plumbing, staff was most helpful. The room was equiped with a small frig stocked with drinks, beer, soda (which you pay for upon checking out).

    Cable TV, internet facilities, restaurant on site. Taxi service is just a phone call to the front desk away. Just a few blocks from the hotel there is a pizza hut, and supermarket where you can purchase food, etc.

    Overall excellent experience and will stay there in the future.

    Family Suite Hotel-Profecionales-Servicio de primera clase


    Estimados futuros clients de Basadre Suite Hotel , si estan buscando un Hotel donde lo traten con amabilidad y se sientan como en su propia casa, les recomiendo Basadre Suite Hotel, primeramente los cuartos son muy amplios y comodos, el desayuno es muy completo y delicioso y la atencion es impeccable y profecional, tambien tuvimos la oportunidad de cenar y la comida es muy delisiosa y el menu es muy variado.

    Nosotros somos americanos y trabajamos para el Govierno de los Estados Unidos y siempre somos cuidadosos donde nos hospedamos, el Hotel Basadre Suite esta ubicado en San Isidro rodeado de muchas embajadas lo cual hay una vigilancial y tranquilidad las 24 horas del dia y a la ves una tranquilidad al caminar por sus alrededores sin ningun tipo de temor, aparte cuando uno toma un taxi la persona encargada de la vigilancia del Hotel, toma el numero de licencia del taxi para la mejor seguridad al cliente.

    Hay muchos Hoteles en el centro de la ciudad, pero uno no va encontrar la Paz de descansar, despues de un tour por la ciudad, por otro lado el Hotel Basadre Suite esta ubicado en San Isidro lo cual si uno quiere ir a diferentes tipos de lugares de Lima el Taxi es muy barato.

    Gracias a la Gerencia y a los empleados del Hotel y esperando la siguiente oportunidad de hospedarme en su Hotel junto con mi familia.

    My stay with You Last Week


    I travel around the world and have been to fourteen countries so far in the first three months of this year. I spend almost all of the year in hotels and generally dread my hotel stays. What a pleasant surprise to stay at your hotel! I made my reservation on the chat on your website, and had a really nice first impression as to the friendliness helpfulness of your staff. There are beautiful gardens in the front and back of the hotel, and the hotel has a warm relaxed feeling. My room was large, comfortable and bright, and the bathroom was also large, and very bright with a skylight. Nice touch. A larger shelf in the bathroom would have been nice, but that is the only comment I can make. Being a business traveller, I always need

    internet access, and it was great to have wifi in the lobby, and a high speed connection in the room. The restaurant was nice, with a good breakfast and omlettes. The restaurant opens to the beautiful back yard with garden and pool, and outdoor tables. The evening meal was also nice, with both traditional Peruvian cuisine, and also international cuisine. Overall, the hotel is great, but the best

    part of the hotel is the warm, helpful, professional staff of the hotel. Typically, the staff of any hotel will make or break that hotel, and this staff makes Basadre Suites exceptional. They go the "extra mile" to help, even when they don't have to.

    I was able to relax almost like at home, which is really rare from a hotel. I really enjoyed my stay at your hotel, and intend to stay there again upon my return to Peru.


    Uno de los Mejores Hoteles en Lima Peru


    Mi espanol escrito no esta muy bien y espero que me entienden. Yo estaba en el hotel Basadre Suite del 19.02. hasta 20.03.06 y solamente queria decir que estaba muy muy muy a gusto. Me he casado en peru y todo estaba muy bonito.

    Así que - muchas gracias para todo y muchos saludos a todo el personal y el sol del hotel (Ana)!


    Yvonne Kollenda


    Visit Basadre Suites Hotel Lima Peru A Great Place to Stay


    Lima Peru Hotels, 3 stars Hotel Lima Peru located in San Isidro Lima Peru the attractive business and residential district of Lima. Basadre Suites offers quick access to the best tourist spots, important institutions , major corporations and shopping centers of Lima Peru. This hotel gives you the comfort and services you expect on your business and leisure trips.

    My stay at Basadre suites in Lima Peru was pleasant and peaceful. In this hotel you can enjoy a well deserved rest after a day of work. the personnel will make you feel right at home. If you are looking for a good Lodging in Lima Peru this is the right place.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Basadre Suites Boutique Hotel Lima

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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