After booking this hotel i read the comments section and was nervous i had made a bad choice. The place was very clean, everyone friendly, no complaints at all. The area was fine, walked around for 30 minutes during the day by myself. Restaurant on the corner (to the right if you are looking at the hotel) was great as well. Went out at night to catch a Taxi to the airport, didn't think the area was bad at all. Living outside of Washington DC (Maryland) this area was not sketchy at all.
Traveller from maryland, usa
The San Agustin Riviera Hotel is a three star hotel in Lima, Peru. It is located in the historical center of Lima, near …More
Had staff on late which wa great because we flew in at midnight. Our room was large with private facilities. But shared facilities would have been fine as well as everything is clean. Wifi worked. Hot water sometimes. Would recommend.
"It's ok but must arrive early or it'll be locked."
The best thing about the hotel is the proximity to the Main Square, about 4 blocks. The only hotel I've visited where you have to take up your own luggage. The room was ok although there was no mini fridge. The worst part about this hotel is the fact that they lock the doors after midnight. In our case we arrived late at night a couple of times to find that the doors were locked, the lobby empty and the lights off. There was no doorbell and we had to wait until the person in charge, who was sleeping, got up to open after about 5 minutes in the street in a deserted street.
Daniel from Colombia
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This hotel needs to be qualified as a cost/value relationship that the rest of the reviews are missing. its a cheap place to spend a couple of nights, yes there is no toilet seat but there are no toilet seats in most places in Lima, yes its located on a not so nice neighborhood well you are in Lima as downtown, yes its a noise street next to some rooms, well yes there is traffic in downtown and Peruvians tend to honk a lot! WiFi only worked in common areas but it was good and fast enough.
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A fusion of old and new, Lima is the crossroads of two great civilizations, and nowhere is this more evident than downtown Lima. The Plaza Mayor's imposing landmarks weave both Spanish and Incan influences. Among its highlights is the Cathedral of Lima, where conquistador Francisco Pizarro is entombed. Nearby, Calle Capon tempts Limeños and tourists alike with Chifa, or Chinese-Peruvian cuisine.
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