Roosevelt Hotel & Suites Lima

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Calle Alvarez Calderon 194 esq. Miguel Dasso, San Isidro, Lima, Peru
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86%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
41%
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Very Good
37%
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Average
8%
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Poor
4%
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Terrible
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Good For Couples
  • Families80
  • Couples100
  • Solo100
  • Business65

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Location of this shop

by zoom60

So is this shop in Lima or in another city?

Re: Location of this shop

by nhoolb

please: which shop??

Re: Location of this shop

by pgthompson

It really pi**es me of when people ask stupid questions - what shop?

Re: Location of this shop

by pgthompson

I apologise - should be off!

Re: Location of this shop

by nhoolb

To be honest and to give the benefit of the doubt, I don't think it's a stupid question. As I know Lima quite well, and some other cities in Peru as well, I just wanted to know what the poster wanted to know. But....he/she never came back to me.

Too bad for him/her and his/her loss but not mine.

But who knows, let's wait and see.

Location of this shop

by kiwi

This kind of question comes about because they are reading something and click on "ask a question" and assume they are asking about what they are reading.
So it may appear to be stupid or illogical but their intent is not so.

Re: Location of this shop

by nhoolb

Exactly. That's what I assumed. And that's why I asked for details but as the poster didn't answer me I will ignore it for now. We'll see.

Travel Tips for Lima

Tonesie and Jonesie

by acemj

My buddy Ryan and I traveled together on this trip and had a great time. Lima was our first taste of Peru and it tasted good. I always enjoy big cities and this place has over 8 million people, so there is a level of excitement here that is hard to match elsewhere in Peru. The streets of El Centro are cramped and polluted, but there is always something to see, a great restaurant at which to grab a bite or a good museum to visit. The Spanish colonial influece in evident in the architecture and, in fact, in the faces of many locals, but the hectic pace and the slightly disheveled nature of things here make it unmistakeably South American.

Sunscreen is expensive at the beach

by MovingMere

If you are going to the beach, you will probably want to use sunscreen and it is much cheaper to buy inland than near the beach. They sell SPF up to 100, which we thought was kind of silly, but once we got on the beach and realized how hot it could get, it made a little more sense. I don't think it increases that much in effectiveness over 50, but it might make you feel better.

Luis didn't use any (he didn't burn but he peeled), and I used 15 and for the most part was fine, only getting burned where I missed a spot. Geraldine, a lighter-skinned Peruvian, uses 30-45.

only for those who are very determined....

by cbeaujean about strolling in the night through the city

in empty streets (excepted colmena and jiron union,never empty!) ,you discover a lot of expressionist sights ,very attractive .
also,on the other side of the river,in rimac ...
rimac,behind palacio de gobierno,through puente de piedra,was the exclusive part of the city and inhabitants ,spanish aristocracy.

BEWARE,EVEN IF INTERESTED,AVOID NIGHT STROLLINGS...CAN BE DANGEROUS..IF INDISPENSABLE...STROLL WITHOUT ANY VALUABLES AT ALL...AND NEVER ALONE! nothing attracting attention....

Flying!

by frankcanfly

Most major US carriers have direct flights from Miami, Houston, Dallas, New York and Los Angeles. They are usually overnight flights. Here is a photo of the final approach to Lima's airport on a foggy day.

Sufle de LĂșcuma

by SirRichard

I stopped for a coffee at one of the many terraces in MIRAFLORES district. There I found this terrific "Lucuma Cake" and had a wonderful time enjoying it. It is really heavier than it seems, and took me a while to finish it. In those terrace you can also have lunch (western dishes, sandwiches...) and it is really amusing looking to the people passing by...

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Address: Calle Alvarez Calderon 194 esq. Miguel Dasso, San Isidro, Lima, Peru