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No doubt this hotel was great when it wa built, however, thorough renovation is needed. Everything is a bit worn and well used. Service is OK, they will help you, but are not too forthcoming. My room was large and average in its appointments. Breakfast...More
A real contradiction of a hotel in desperate need of some TLC.
The fantastic reception area is welcoming and the spacious, comfortable rooms show that in its hey day the hotel was a real gem unfortunately it hey day is long gone and its is...More
I wouldn't have mised this for anything. 12 foot ceillings in the rooms, antique furniture, entry room with desk, sitting room with sofa and bedroom with very comfortable bed. Very clean and not noisy if you can get an interior room with view of the...More
We stayed in a Triple room, and the room was more than spacious. Tall ceilings, great old parquet hardwood flooring, original antique fixtures on the walls, shower/bathtub/bathroom, ceilings, etc. You could feel the history of this place. Yes, it is a bit faded, but the...More
Having stayed here in the 1970's I thought it would be good to get a nostalgic hit. The location is excellent: right on Plaza San Martin and 8 blocks to the main square. $65 per night for a double room.
The rooms were very large...More
Response from fredhardman | Reviewed this property |
The area where Gran Bolivar is located is reasonable but it does get a little dangerous the further you go from the square.Miraflores is more of seaside location but you need to take care there as well.