San Agustin Exclusive, Lima, Peru
Conveniently located in the most cosmopolitan commercial and residential area of Lima, just a 25-minute ride from the international airport and near the main bus station and the beach, this hotel combines the latest technology with the unique Novo Andean design, incorporating the art of ancient Peru into its modern architecture. Especially preferred by business travellers, it offers a 24-hour reception and check-out service, complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access and conference facilities. Whether in town for work or leisure, guests can start the day with hearty continental breakfast buffet served each morning, while the on-site restaurant and bar are an excellent choice for an evening drink or a delicious dinner.
YES Disability-friendly bathroom, YES Wheelchair-accessible ., Bathroom, Shower, Bathtub, Hairdryer, Internet access, Direct dial telephone, TV, Minibar, Individually adjustable air conditioning, Individually adjustable heating, Safe, TerraceHotel Type
NO Small pets allowed (under 5 kg)*, NO Large pets allowed (over 5 kg)*, NO Wheelchair-accessible, NO Car park*, NO Garage*, 24-hour reception, Mobile phone coverage, Wired Internet, Wi-fi, Room service, Laundry service, Launderette, Hotel safe, Currency exchange facilities, Lift access, Bar, Non-smoking area, Smoking area, Air conditioning in Restaurant, Conference room . (*)indicates this is Locally ChargeableBuilding Facilities
NO Connecting rooms ., Year of construction (2001), Year of most recent renovation (2007), Total number of rooms (105), Single rooms (55), Double rooms (44), Junior suites (3), Suites (3), Disability-friendly rooms (3)Local Information
City centre (25 m), Nearest Bus / Metro Stop (306 m), Beach (1 m), Golf course (10 m) .
0330 332 1835*
Lima, the capital of Peru, is a bustling cosmopolitan city. Ruled by the Spanish for over 300 years, their legacy can be found in the architecture of churches and monasteries throughout the city, along with many Inca sites. Miraflores and San Isidro are the up market areas where most Lima hotels are located and Barranco, the city's bohemian district, with a wealth of restaurants, bars and clubs is the place to head to in the evenings.