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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Esperanza Lima
Neat clean and friendly staff. Well situated and secure.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Esperanza Lima
Staff made a GREAT stay
This hotel was a great stay for us in Lima. We had to change plans many times due to changing conditions in Peru, but the hotel was super easy going and we had no trouble getting picked up from airport.
The Hotel has a great location near Kennedy Park, bars, cafes, and shopping in Miraflores. The best part, though, was that the staff was so welcoming and helpful in all ways.
There may be cheaper hotels and fancier hotels in Miraflores, but Esperanza will definitely be our choice when we return. Have a great trip!
From point of view of a German guest: It's little Germany in the vast urban areas of Lima - clean, proper, safe, cosy and comfortable, with reliable and friendly advice by staff and owner. Not my home, but my castle - whenever visiting Lima ...
A Great Hotel with a Friendly Welcome
After spending four days trekking to complete the Inca trail to Machu Picchu with very limited facilities along the way it was great to arrive at the Esperanza Hotel in Lima and receive such a warm and friendly welcome!!
A great little hotel in Mira Flores with a big atmosphere!
Nothing was too much trouble for the staff and every effort was made to ensure I had everything I needed during my 3 night stay - including breakfast delivered to my room at no extra cost!
The rooms are well appointed, with exposed brick work on the walls, traditional style furniture and practical clean ensuite bathrooms. Safety deposit boxes are also available free of charge which is a neccessity in a major city such as Lima.
The hotel is within walking distance of all the major attractions in the area and there are many great bars and restaurants on the doorstep!
Overall I was very impressed with this little hotel, great value for money and excellent service! One of the best hotels I've found during my 6 months of travelling around the world!
I stayed at Hotel Esperanza in Lima before and after a three week tour of Southern Peru.
The manager Max and the girls on reception are extremely nice and seem genuinely pleased that you have decided to visit their country.
Max even took me and another guest for a memorable (late!!) night out in Barranco before my tour began.
Airport transfer is easily arranged for $15, just send an e-mail, hotel is in a good location in Miraflores just off Kennedy Park.
If you're looking for a cool spot to stay while in Mira Flores, this is the place. Its not expensive and stays relatively cool all day long. The rooms are ample and the staff and management are friendly and helpful. Its off the main drag but only two blocks from the main Mira Flores strip. We stayed about a week and had a blast. Will definately return to this hotel.
You can be assured that esperanza is wonderful
i am a brazilian and in last january i went to lima with some friends and we was lodgers in esperanza hotel. my opinion about that hotel is that the people and the environment there is very cosy !!! in all things the servants was available to help us, each moment, they are so sweet and obliging.
the rooms an external environment is clean and very good. you can will be a lodger in esperanza certain that will be successful in yours expectations !!!
Quiet place inside the city !!!
I think that for what i paid for, i cant get anything better than the Hotel Esperanza. It's a quiet hotel, even though it is in the middle of Miraflores which is one of the most busy sections of Lima. It's comfortable and family oriented. And the owner is very helpful.
Fantastic Staff, Comfortable Stay
We got a chance to stay at the Esperanza for about 6 days, and we were very happy with the overall experience. Its a smaller, more personal hotel, and very affordable. For its size, the rooms were comfortable, with private bathrooms, telephones and color televisions - but I noticed more the little things that made a difference. Good customer service in Latin America is rare...but not at the Esperanza. Very attentive staff, AMAZING AMAZING coffee with breakfast (made to order), and any question I had was addressed immediately. They were very helpful with directions, suggestions and planning for daytrips....and several staff members speak english - which made life even easier!
Lima is an overwhelming city for a traveller - its huge!!! And the tourist section of town, Miraflores, is big all by itself. I appreciated a smaller, quiet place to rest after a long, hot, humid day of adventuring. I would DEFINITELY recommend this hotel to anyone headed to Lima.
Great service and location
Stayed at this hotel last time I visited Peru and liked it a lot. Very convenient location in the middle of Miraflores, close to the beach, touristical places, shops and bars/restaurants.
The place is nice, clean a reasonably pricing. They also picked me up from the airport. I had a great time there and I would definitely recommend it. I made my reservation just sending them an email ---------
Excellent service & value, wonderful staff, clean rooms
I stayed at the Esperanza hotel in the Miraflores district in Lima, Peru for over a week recently and I enjoyed my stay a great deal. The manager and staff were very friendly and helpful, the service was excellent, the rooms very clean, the rates very good and the hotel was extremely safe, secure and quiet. The manager speaks Spanish, English and German and can help you with any questions you may have. The location of the hotel is perfect just a very short walking distance to Parque Kennedy, Ovalo Miraflores and famous "Pizza Street" with many restaurants, bars, pubs and discos. I highly recommend the Esperanza hotel to travelers who wish to visit Lima, require basic, comfortable accommodations and excellent value.
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... have to drink bottled water. He said politicians very corrupt and they not improve anything unless they get money out of it. Sad. The drive was chaos, very dangerous place to drive. People everywhere. Low clouds and bit cool. Coming to Mira Flores where hotel is and place started to look a bit better. Still busy. Hotel is nice and they speak English so that was good. Tour doesn't start till Monday so have tomorrow ...
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