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Beautiful glass dome, nice lobby. Location in downtown Lima is excellent. That's it. Hotel is outdated. Rooms are big, the furniture is uncomfortable, the bed is hard. If you happen to stay on a night when the ball room is in use, it is really...More
Checked-in round 1pm, wanted to take a shower but... No water at all!!! Only after I asked for a menager of hotel, water came!
Broken and VERY OLD toiletseat, bathtub old, rusty, rooms not redecorated or renovated for decades.
The only positive side of hotel...More
On a two-night business trip to Lima, I wanted a location close to the historic district, so I could walk around during my limited time off. I like historic properties, so I chose the Gran Hotel Bolivar, being wiling to compromise on amenities. Upon arrival,...More
Nice, old style hotel in the real heart of Lima. And actual its location and style (end of XIX I think - also the rooms) was what I liked the most. It makes your visit to Lima more.. exotic. Bathroom – also old style -...More
I visited this hotel on a stop-over from Amsterdam to Santiago de Chile. It truly is a grand hotel, from the glass dome that you enter the hotel through, to the Ford Model T, natural stone hallways and restaurant. Yes, the hotel might be past...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.