Foresta Hotel & Suites
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
TripAdvisor Reviews Foresta Hotel & Suites Lima
Travel Blogs from Lima
... shots at a couple of the bars - always a bonus. Met our new guide for the next part of the tour, Willian. He seems like a nice enough bloke. Managed to make our way back to the hotel in the early hours of the morning. Unfortunately Beth and TJ were quite hungry. Old mate at the reception didn't seem too concerned whilst Beth was going on about her need for food, at one point wanting access to the kitchen to make it herself. Gave the rest of us quite a ...
... and set off for the bus ride up to Machu Picchu. Needless to say the time we spent at Machu Picchu was amazing.
For the return journey we were told by our guide that we had to meet the minibus at Hydroelectrica by 2.30 pm at the latest. We duly arrived on time. By 3.30pm there was still no sign of Los Yankies (who by this time had become Lost Yankies) and it had started to rain. We gathered up the two young French girls we had ...
... much exploring, instead I enjoyed being somewhere that everything was easy and much like being back in Auckland. During my three days I ate heaps, did the walking tour and visited the city centre. I went to a really cool bar the day I arrived which was multi level and I think I was the only person with blue eyes and blonde hair but it was so much fun. I had planned to go Paragliding from the cliff tops along Miraflores ...
... silver we realised we were in the wrong place. So we headed back down the street and to the original place I thought it was... Wow it was incredible!! 3 rooms full of silver and gold jewellery all stunning, being greeted with chocolates we were handed out mini baskets... 2 hours later baskets full it was weighing time. After some tough negotiations I left with rather a lot more than I had hoped! Opsie Flight to Lima time, and the end is becoming oh so ...
... Its a good job they did as they spoke english and spanish. It was a weird situation to be in for me as although i am travelling with gus and we are friends i still dont actually know that much about him and everyone was asking me where he stayed and things. The sick thing about this hospital was they wouldnt do anythin to help gus until they knew he had insurance so i got his key out his trousers and got a lift back to the hostel from the owners wife. Im surprised ...