El Tambo Hotel
Welcoming modern hotel in a quiet yet central location, offering a good range of services and facilities.
The modern and welcoming small El Tambo Hotel is in the attractive district of Miraflores; the oceanfront residential and commercial centre of Lima. It has the advantage of being in a quiet central location yet close to the city's seaside promenade, the Malecón, and within easy walking distance of many of the city's best restaurants and bars.
There is nothing especially Peruvian about the contemporary décor but the guestrooms are spacious, bright and decorated with local handicrafts and pictures. The hotel has some pleasant outdoor areas including an attractive front garden with a lawn. There's a restaurant and bar, and a good range of services and facilities.
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