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We came into Lima on a bus and needed a place to stay not too far from the airport. (The neighborhood right by the airport is not recommended.). Casa Aika was a great choice. Small hotel with no sign out front so feels private. Huge...More
We felt very safe in the evenings. The room was clean and bright. Peter was very helpful, providing a great local map with restaurants and other sights. As well, he let us use the fridge when we bought local fruit and yogurt at the nearby...More
We used this hotel as a quick place to sleep between flights. I question if our less than great experience was due to our quick stay, however, the hotel positions itself as a good option to and from the airport.
When we arrived the security...More
Had very good time in Casa Aika.
Thanks to owner for warm welcome and many useful information.
Check in and check out time is flexible if room is not booked for the same day.
Suggest to make direct call or mail and ask for prices,...More
I had a meeting in the near neighborhood and Casa Aika worked perfectly. A bed and breakfast, the room was very comfortable and the neighborhood quiet. Breakfast was a bit spartan. Peter is an outstanding host.
US$ 43 - US$ 56 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Your best best is to take a taxi to and from the airport. When we booked our visit we got the option to order a cab via the hotel that would pick us up at the airport. We didn't take that option but in hindsight I think... More
Your best best is to take a taxi to and from the airport. When we booked our visit we got the option to order a cab via the hotel that would pick us up at the airport. We didn't take that option but in hindsight I think that would have been better and a bit cheaper.
There's taxi company booths inside of the airport which you can use to get a taxi cab as well, you usually have to wait about 10-15 mins for the cab to arrive. If you're bold enough ypu can also take an unofficial taxi cab, they're everywhere outside of the airport. We took a couple of unofficial taxi's when we were in Lima and had no problems at all, just remember to haggle!
The price for cabs to and from the airport is around 30-50 peruvian soles, depending on if you take an official taxi(a bit more expensive but "safer") or an unofficial one(possibly much cheaper if you have the patience to haggle, but less "safe").