Hostal de Las Artes

Chota 1460, Lima, Peru
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  • Families0
  • Couples50
  • Solo100
  • Business0

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lima hostel

by georgt

anyone can write down some feedbacks about this hostel: HOSTAL DE LAS ARTES, in Lima, if ever known it. It sounds a bargain on internet, is it really worth?
Please reply before I book with it!
many thanks

hostal in lima

by georgt

anyone can write some feedbacks about this hostel: HOSTAL DE LAS ARTES, it sounds a bargain on internet, is it really worth?
Please reply before I book with it!
many thanks

Re: hostal in lima

by Denverite

Angel Inn in Miraflores is a nice one. Super super clean and only 9$ a night, which includes a brkfast, which is usually coffee and toast.

The address is 55o Porta. Ring the top doorbell and ask for Rosita. She's really nice and keeps the place really clean. It's close to the beach and near Parque kennedy!

Lima buget hotel advise?

by Moneekey

My husband an dI are arriving in Lima at 10:30pm and are looking for a place to stay upon arrival. Does anyone have input on the following hostels / hotels: (ie. are they good, trustworthy, located in a safe places .. etc)

- Antu Suites Hotel

- Hostal La Posada del Parque

- Hostal de las Artes


- Hotel Espana

Thanks in advance!

Re: Lima buget hotel advise?

by Mario_from_Peru

I know Antu Suites, and I know the owner of Rundomundo, my friend Catterine Quiroz. She would never recommend you a bad place, and if needed, she will attend personally any thing that you need to have a nice stay in Lima. I can give you her home's phone, (51-1) 4676554. Maybe her mother will attend you in spanish, but Cathy will be soon with you and she speaks good english. Tell her that Mario told you about her, and maybe she will have a good price for you.

And not, I am not an agent, I am just talking about a friend that I know very well.

Enjoy Peru.

Travel Tips for Lima

I noticed that the Spanish...

by Ramonq

I noticed that the Spanish spoken in Lima is the easiest to understand in the whole of South America for foreigners who are learning the language. The diction is perfect and they speak slower. Forget conversing with a Chileno, they almost speak another language!

Buying Glasses

by hartti

I bought new sun-glasses. The old ones were stolen in Amsterdam, and since summer 2004 I did not have sun-glasses. Nice glasses, with my diameters and 75% browned for 80 soles (20 euros) at Abencay street.

Via Expresa buses

by SirRichard

If you have the hostel in Miraflores or Barranco, the chaepest way to get to the historical center is by public bus. There are several buses that follow the "Via Expresa" urban highway, so they go faster than normal ones. To catch one, just go walking to the Via Expresa, look for the bus stop and take it towards the north. In 15 minutes you will be at the center. 1,20 soles (0.30 cts of USD)

Heart on a Stick

by staindesign about Anticuchos

What is Anticuchos? This word is a Quechuan word meaning cut stewed meat, or also known as beef heart on a stick. As an american, let me tell you, we don't commonly eat organs. But wow! Anticuchos are awesome! It's like perfectly cooked and seasoned filet mignon! I had to be tricked to eat this, I am so glad I was! I recommend this to anyone and everyone!

The Gold Museum

by cruisingbug

Owned by a friend of my husband's stepmother, so we got in for free, with a nice tour by Ivan. Admission is usually quite high - S./30 (about $10) according to our guide book.

The Gold Museum is a large collection of mostly pre-Inca gold pieces from around Peru. Formerly set up to dazzle (i.e. all the gold together), since the death of its collector (Miguel Mujica Gallo) it is now organized more archeologically, grouped according to civilization. In most instances, gold wasn't valued too highly by these civilizations in the way it was by the Spaniards. Exotic Amazonian feathers were more highly treasured than abundant, utilitarian gold.

Of course, the main draw now, though, is the gold pieces such as the Tumi in the picture. These were sharp blades used for brain surgery by coastal pre-Incan peoples, often with a decorated handle. Only one window in the whole museum actually contains Inca gold - which was removed by the conquistadors and mostly lost to the world.

Also on-site is a vast weapons collection (which you must pass through to get to the gold) and a big game trophy head collection.


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 Hostal de Las Artes

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Address: Chota 1460, Lima, Peru