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Peru Handbook 8th Edition

"Secure, quiet, helpful, tasty breakfast, 1 free airport transfer with reservation, justifiably popular and frequently recommended."

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Peru Handbook 7th Edition

"Secure, quiet, helpful, tasty breakfast, 1 free airport transfer with reservation, justifiably popular and frequently recommended."

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Lonely Planet 7th Edition

"A bright yellow mansion from 1940s houses, this pleasant, mider-recommended hotel with 24 comfortable rooms (some with air-con), which have carpeted floor, cable TV and soundproofed windows. Breakfast is served in a tilded dining terrace fascingthe garden. Free airport pickup can be arranged with advance reservation. Credit cards accepted."

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Reise Travel Guide

"Saubere Zimmer, hilfsbereit."

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Frommers 2nd Edition

"Named for a saint, this clean and very friendly neighborhood hotel aims high. Its goal is to be welcoming and confortable, and it succeeds. The colonial building, near the commercial center of Miraflores and several parks, has a garden terrace, fireplace, and sitting room. The rooms, which are simply decorated but ample, have private bathrooms, with hot water around the clock. Because the street noise (ever present in Lima), you might ask for a room with an interior courtyard view."

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Lonely Planet PERU 6th Edition 2007

"This is a popular and pleasant hotel set back from the road. It has grassy gardens and comfy rooms with cable TV and phone, and offers free airport pickup with advance notice."

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Lonely Planet PERU 5th Edition 2004

"It’s a popular and pleasant hotel set back from the road. It has grassy gardens and comfy rooms with cable TV and phone, and offers free airport pick-up with advance notice. Rates include a tasty breakfast."

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Lonely Planet PERU 4th Edition 2000

"Is popular and pleasant. Rooms with TV and telephone are $50/60 including breakfast and airport pick-up with advance notice."

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South American Handbook 2007

"Secure, quiet, helpful, tasty breakfast, 1 free airport transfer with reservation, justifiably popular."

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South American Handbook 2006

"Secure, quiet, helpful, tasty breakfast, 1 free airport transfer with reservation, justifiably popular."

South American Handbook 2005

"Secure, quiet, helpful, tasty breakfast, 1 free airport transfer with reservation."

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South American Handbook 2003

"...Secure, quiet, helpful, free airport transfer..."

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South American Handbook 2001

"...quiet rooms at back, secure, first rate, very helpful, discounts possible, free airport transfer..."

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South American Handbook 1999

"...quiet, secure, very friendul and helpful, free airport transfer, highly rec..."

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South American Handbook 1998

"...quiet, secure, very helpful, free airport transfer, highly rec..."

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South American Handbook 1995

"...quiet, secure, very helpful, free airport transfer, highly rec..."

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Peru Handbook 1998

"Quiet, secure, very friendly and helpful, free airport transfer, highly."

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Footprint Peru 2005

"Clean, secure, quit, good service, welcoming, tasty breakfast, one free airport transfer with reservation. Frequently recommended."

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Footprint Peru, Bolivia & Ecuador 2005

"Clean, secure, quit, good service, welcoming, tasty breakfast, one free airport transfer with reservation."

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Fodor's Peru 2004

"Cool breezes blow through the arches at this mansion on the eastern edge of Miraflores. Common areas decorated with colonial-style furniture are found throughout the rambling old building. The wood staircase that dominates the lobby leads up to cozy balconies that overlook the sunny patio. The hotel is nestled in a quiet residential area, so nothing is likely to disturb your slumber. Three parks, including the lovely Parque Reducto, are within a few blocks. The shops and restaurants of Miraflores are a 10-minutes walk away."

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Frommer's South America 2004

"Named for a saint, this clean and very friendly neighborhood hotel aims high. It’s goal is to be welcoming and comfortable, and it succeeds. The colonial building, near the commercial center of Miraflores and several parks, has a garden terrace, fireplace, and sitting room. The rooms, which are simply decorated but ample, have private bathrooms. Because of street noise, ever present in Lima, you might ask for a room with an interior courtyard view."

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The Inca Trail - Cusco & Machu Picchu, by Richard Danbury

"Is recommended. Run by a helpful, polyglot manager (he even speaks Japanese), this is a good, safe, clean place costing $45/55 (sg/ dbl, att, breakfast)".