San Agustin Colonial

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Av Comandante Espinar, 310 Miraflores, Lima, Lima 18, Peru
San Agustin Colonial
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64%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
3%
1
Very Good
41%
12
Average
20%
6
Poor
20%
6
Terrible
13%
4

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Costs 22% less but rated 21% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families25
  • Couples39
  • Solo60
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

travel alone in lima peru

by chichinini

I AM ASIAN GIRL OVER 30, AND I AM TRAVELING TO LIMA PERU, (IS IT VERY SAFE FOR ME IN LIMA PERU ALONE). AND ANOTHER QUESTION IS
JUST TO LOOKING FOR LACOSTE SHIRT, I HEARD IT IS CHEAP TO BUY OVER THERE AND IT IS REAL ALSO. IS THAT TRUE. AND WANT TO KNOW HOW MUCH IT COST APROXIMATELY, AND WHERE DO I TELL TAXI TO TAKE ME TO THE PLACE TO SELL LACOSTE SHIRT.

Re: travel alone in lima peru

by nhoolb

Yes, Lima is generally safe if you take normal precautions, especially in the center.

Lots of fake-pirated-stuff can be bought at Polvos Azules. Every taxi driver knows where that is. Have a look at the "shopping in Lima" posting, some posts down, here in the Peru forum.

Re: travel alone in lima peru

by magitta

go to polvos azules ....you paid 28 soles for lacoste shirt (9.50 us) and do yo have same many place over there.....bye

Travel Tips for Lima

Learn some spanish while going around

by christian99

I suggest you learn some english while you're in Peru, if you have no command of spanish whatsover, you can take some, here is the website of one of the best institutes that provide spanish clases:
http://www.euroidiomas.edu.pe/euro/index.htm I recommend it, because i've seen myself all the methodologies used there, and it met all my expectations...

Puente Villena (El Paraiso de los Suicidas)

by nenzo

This is a bridge which up to recently was used by suiciders in Lima. Almost every day a person would commit suicide jumping from the bridge and hit the road 50 metres below. The mayor got tired of this, and ordered the police to watch the bridge 24/7! Two policemen are always patrolling this bridge, and if anyone just stop for a while and look at the beautyful view of the pacific they blow their whistle and tell you to move on. On my last visit they had started to build a high fence to prevent jumping, so maybe soon the police can use their forces elsewhere.

To find the bridge, walk from Larcomar through parque Champagnat.

Salsa!

by baanasta about Son de Cuba

The name says it all. This place is non-stop salsa every night of the week. Generally, Monday through Thursday there are salsa classes at night mixed in with dancing patrons, and on Friday and Saturday it tends to get quite crowded. The bar has two levels with plenty of space and tables. There is also live music with salsa bands on some nights. Make sure you try a Mohito! Very lax

Peruvian and creative dishes near the Cliffs

by MrRandMcnally about El Senorio de Sulco

Near Itzak Rabin Park, right on the Cliffs of Miraflores this place is a great way to try traditional Peruvian food. They have plates from every region of the country as well as a section of the menu where the cheff gets creative and strays from the more traditional fare.

It has a great view and live piano music at night. Try the flavor infused Piscos.

Eat, drink and dance!

by El_Sueco

When you are in Lima, take the opportunity to try all the different dishes that are in the restaurants. The peruvian kitchen is one of the best, with a great variety of meat, vegetables and fruits. In Lima they have wine yards (Surco) that make a rather good wine (muscat).
Eat the traditional dishes, and also the so called Chifa (asian food with peruvian taste). If you just stay a few weeks, there is no problem for you to choose a new menu each day. Try for instance:
Papas Huancaina
Aji de gallina
Causa limeƱa
Ocopa
Papas rellanas
Mondongo
etc etc.
After eating, don't forget, the peruvians like to dance!

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