El Doral Apart Hotel

Address: Av. Jose Pardo 486, Lima, Lima 18, Peru | Hotel
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This 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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        • Restaurant
        • Outdoor pool
        • Swimming pool
        • Bar/lounge


        • Minbar in room
        • Wireless internet connection in public areas
        • Non-smoking rooms
        • Smoking rooms available
        • Microwave in room
        • High-speed internet in room
        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Breakfast Available
        • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
        • Air-Conditioning
        • Beverage Selection
        • Kitchenette
        • Free parking
        • Family rooms


        • Suites
        • All-Suites Property


        • Airport Transportation
        • Drycleaning onsite
        • Concierge desk
        • Room service
        • Business Services

        TripAdvisor Reviews El Doral Apart Hotel Lima

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Lima

        Local life in Lima

        A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 13, 2015

        ... colonial house for years, and had now converted it into a hostelry. Inside, the sun shone weakly they stunning thick pieces of coloured glass that high up on the walls and ceiling, casting pretty shadows onto the floor. The owner was engaged in his daily piano practice and, to welcome us, he broke into a haunting traditional song, his powerful voice reverberating around the empty restaurant. Impressed, we applauded his talents and then enjoyed the photographs of Barranco ...

        Date with the Horses

        A travel blog entry by jrubina on Jul 19, 2015

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        ... drive, we stopped at Barcelona, a place not far from our hotel that was open and had just what we were after. A nice chicken soup (dieta de pollo) and a piece of fried fish with salad did the trick. (We did stop off for a sneaky pisco sour at one of the bars before dinner, and yet again the cheesy music!) We are now ready to retire in readiness for our Cuzco trip tomorrow. A great day! We really enjoyed the Caballo de Paso and the Parade as part of Peru's Independence day ...

        Lines in the sand

        A travel blog entry by goldsack on Apr 25, 2015

        25 photos

        ... by 8am and take the day in small steps.
        The good news is that we made Cusco safely by late afternoon. But that is to gloss over Di's fatigue and the demands of the day. About half way we found a bus terminal with the view of putting Di on a bus to sleep her way to Cusco. But no seats were available. After a sleep on the footpath outside (10 minutes in the sun) Di decided that she was ready for the next leg. Finally a stop at about the three quarter point Di resorted to ...

        Lurking in Lima

        A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Apr 21, 2015

        2 comments, 25 photos

        ... that covered several city blocks. One of the old buildings had been converted to a museum and had buried torture chambers that were re-exposed to display law enforcement techniques of the time. The Gran Hotel Bolivar, facing the Plaza San Martin, is an upper class masterpiece and housed the original owner's model T Ford. It also had a grandiose bar where we sipped a pisco sour and imagined we were aristocrats. It was a great place to plan the following ...

        Field of Dreams

        A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 31, 2015

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        ... a guy from Manchester. He has been travelling around South America for just shy of six months and is due to go home any day now. He is overflowing with stories of terrible Chilean border-crossing and Brazilian gunpoint robberies and expensive Alpaca blankets from Machu Picchu. He is what I suppose you would call a seasoned, hardened traveller and he looks at me with amusement, obviously thinking I am ridiculous- sort of like I was a great dame from another era travelling in a ...