The Clifford Hotel

Address: Hernan Velarde 27, Lima, 01, Peru | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Lima Central area of Lima, is near Parque Reserva, Plaza de Armas (Plaza Mayor), Shopping Center Larcomar (Centro Comercial Larcomar), and Colonial City (Old City).
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Clifford Hotel Lima

        Reviewed by regiferr

        Hotel charmoso

        Reviewed Aug 1, 2008
        by (19 reviews) Porto Alegre , Brazil Flag of Brazil

        O hotel fica numa antiga casa colonial muito agradável e decorada de acordo com o estilo da casa. Nosso quarto era imenso, com direito a mesa com quatro cadeiras e duas poltronas para ver tv. O café da manhã bem gostoso e um serviço de restaurante bom e nada caro. Hoje escolheria uma outra zona para ficar em Lima, em Miraflores;

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        TripAdvisor Reviews The Clifford Hotel Lima

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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