Hotel Continental Lima
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Continental Lima
Hotel was clean and very simple, Receptionists weren't very friendly, but not unfriendly either. When I arrivedd at 9.00p.m. there was no food served, anymore. This would have been okay, if I could have gone out and buy something. Not to go out in this neighbourhood in the night has been strongly recommended to me.
The room was clean, very small and tight, but it was just fine for one night.
Would not recommend it for longer stays.
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