Hotel Jose Antonio Lima

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Av. 28 de Julio 398, Miraflores, Lima, 18, Peru
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  • Families42
  • Couples43
  • Solo75
  • Business61

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Good location

by JessieLang about Jose Antonio

The Hotel Jose Antonio is not the same as the Jose Antonio Executive, although they are close together and owned by the same company.

The rooms are clean and comfortable; bathrooms have both tub and shower. There is an elevator, free wi-fi, and lots of cable channels. The included breakfast is good. I really liked the location--easy walk to Kennedy Park, Larco Mar, and the Parque de Amor. Jose Larco Av., a block away, is lined with shops, restaurants and services

Traditional Peruvian Food Done Well

by Birdbrain about Jose Antonio's

A Peruvian friend brought me to this place because of the high quality of their traditional food. I would recommend going there for lunch and getting the sampler. Keep an open mind and you'll love this place.

Note: This is not associated with the Jose Antonio Hotel in Lima. The hotel is in Miraflores while the restaurant I'm talking about is in San Isidro.

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Overnight in Lima

by tanguero45

Hello fellow VTers. My buddies and I will make landfall in Lima fairly late in the evening (22:45ish) in July, and our flight out to Cusco is 11 hours after that. Does anyone have advice on where to go in town to get good beers, hang with locals or tourists and generally have a good time, without dealing with the shadier elements of society? We're not in our 20's (more 30s), so clubs aren't really our thing. It'll be late in the evening so obviously none of the "standard" touristy stuff is available but I suspect we'll be in a party mood anyway after a long flight with free alcohol.

Looking forward to seeing Peru BTW, I hear the food is amazing. Thanks in advance.

Re: Overnight in Lima

by caris1

Miraflores is a nice part of town - many cafes, restaurants and bars. It might be a bit far from the airport though... (we ate at Cafe-Cafe - tapas bar with free internet).

Re: Overnight in Lima

by risse73

I agree, Miraflores will be a good hang out spot for a few hours before going back to the airport for your flight to Cusco. Other areas that you may also want to explore are San Isidro & Barranco. Check the VT travel guide for additional information.

Good Luck & Enjoy Beautiful Peru!

Re: Overnight in Lima

by ElDesierto

How about "La Calle de las Pizzas" in Miraflores. You can sit outdoors or indoors (you'll probably want to sit indoors in July). Strolling musicians, sangria by the pitcher, pizza, not a bad place to get started for the evening. Alternatively, you can go to a peña to hear Peruvian folk music. Figure 45-minutes each direction (airport to Miraflores) in a taxi.

Alternatively, if you do decide that dealing with the shadier elements of society might actually be fun, you can ask the taxi drivers outside the terminal for directions to an interesting cantina in Callao, the districto where the airport is located. Let us know how the evening works out for you guys.

Buen Viaje,
ElDesierto

Re: Overnight in Lima

by Doanha

if you want to hang out with local people or other people in Lima, you might want to use couchsurfing.com to see if anyone there is up for a drink.

Re: Overnight in Lima

by nhoolb

Keep in mind that the respected establishments in Miraflores and Barranco close their doors at 1 am (3 am weekends) at the latest, since the municipalidad is cracking down harder on the noise and burdens of party-goers (especially in the "Calle de las Pizzas" which is now deserted after closing time!), since late 2008/early 2009 and "shadier" places to go to will be the alternative. Hopefully you will not end up then stripped naked (literally) and all belongings gone by having a drink with some "party" drug slipped into it which knocks you out instantly into unconsciousness.

The better peñas with shows will require a reservation in advance or, as I stated above, will close.

However, in the light of an earlier discussion somewhere here in the Peru forum I doubt if it will be such a good idea to do so:

>>>party mood anyway after a long flight with free alcohol<<<

and then ascend to the higher altitudes of Cusco, tired, lack of sleep and a body full with aforementioned alcohol. But hey, as said, everybody reacts differently on altitude (and its sickness).

If able to read Spanish:

http://elcomercio.pe/impresa/notas/miraflores-late-noche/20090920/344438

http://elcomercio.pe/impresa/notas/discotecas/20100101/389541

Re: Overnight in Lima

by rachsg

hey there
miraflores is the safest area to go to, with heaps of bars and pubs and places to eat. a taxi is about 30-40 soles to there from the airport. you can go to Tayta which is a great place with live music and a few beers, or if you want something more club-like, get a taxi to Aura, at Larcomar.
:)

Travel Tips for Lima

Exelent Trova!!

by Jonathan43 about Posada del Angel 2

Excellent cozy place in Barranco, filled with cluttered antiques, live music, mostly Nueva Trova. An excellent place to sit down, have a beer, and talk with friends. Try to dress formal, though there is no strict dress code, don't wear shorts or a t-shirt.

Nice & good places to have dinner in Lima

by IncaKola about La Bistecca - Astrid & Gaston - Taberna Queirolo

Hi,

If you're looking for a non touristy restaurant I would recommend you La Bistecca which serves Argentinean fare but is really recommended. A dinner without wine costs 50 soles which is 17 USD. http://www.expatperu.com/detalle.php?topic_id=465
Don't know if you have heard about Gastón Acurio but he is one of the most famous Peruvian cooks and has a few restaurants throughout South America and one in Madrid. You can find an interview here: http://www.expatperu.com/detalle.php?topic_id=429 or on wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaston_Acurio or check this really good blogspot about Peruvian food & restaurants: http://perufood.blogspot.com/
If you want to spend the night in a less posh restaurant my recommendations go for Antigua Taberna Queirolo in Pueblo Libre where you can taste Limeño & coastal food. I would also like to recommend you a cevichería but ceviche is mostly served for lunch or even as a breakfast after a night out as it kills a hangover (that’s what Peruvians say).

Death-by-Lúcuma!

by cruisingbug about El Cartujo

This was a relative's pick, and a good one. The restaurant is named after an order of monks - there is a hooded monk on the bar, and a little hood on the center liquor bottle. In the corners of the room stand two 5-foot-high candelabras, which vaguely resembled upside-down mops from the countless stalactites of wax that have dripped down from the holders.

English menus are available. We all shared an appetizer of ceviche, but I was more in a pasta mood. I had the seafood risotto, which was delicious. The piece de resistance was the dessert - a lúcuma ice cream/mousse concoction, enrobed in a shell of dark chocolate, with a luscious sweet sauce. Absolutely one of the best desserts I've ever eaten.

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Address: Av. 28 de Julio 398, Miraflores, Lima, 18, Peru