Royal Park Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Park Hotel Lima
Travel Blogs from Lima
... way to check in for our connecting flight to Cusco, whilst waiting to board I made calls to G Adventures, the tour company for our Salkantay Trek and Machu Picchu, they were concerned that given we had missed two days of the tour already, which allows you to acclimatise to the altitude, we would suffer as the trek would start as soon as we got to Cusco, a risk we were certainly willing to take. We arrived in Cusco at 5am on the 12th and after departing the plane we were greeted by a ...
... dune buggy extravaganza, Hilda took me to my hotel in a small town about an hour away from Huacachina. (The Hotel Posada Hispana in Pisco - http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Revi ew-g488183-d318742-Reviews-Hostal_Posad a_Hispana-Pisco_Ica_Region.html - this hotel was pretty basic but did the job for one night). This birthday had turned out to be full of weird and wonderful experiences rolled into together and even though I was technically on my own, my conversations with ...
... structure. Is amazing to see an archeological ruin in the middle of a city. Lima itself has just kept growing and taken over countryside. Since everything in Australia is so young it is hard to comprehend how old the city is. Lima is 38miles long between coast and mountains. Even the mountains are very close. And due to earthquakes they don't really build high. So city is long due to space constrictions. It is not pretty but is kind of attractive. Can see the ...
... wasn't any arranged for us. We had a voucher that said otherwise, and just caught the Trafalgar agent as he was leaving with another couple. After a little but of discussion, and a phone call, we had our ride. Driving from the airport to the hotel was interesting. The various districts of Lima are very different, and quite stratified based on socio-economic factors. ...
... they expect you to tip on top of that... So while it looked alright, by the time you added it all up, it added about another NZ$5 to each persons meal. Finally back at the hotel we spread out to do our own thing, Bruno took off to catch up on some needed rest while I sorted out some stuff with backing up my photos, before heading downstairs to play some cards. Getting close to 6pm I heard from Chris that he was nearby at the mall, so I ...