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El Tambo Hotel

  • El Tambo Hotel
  • El Tambo Hotel
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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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What our clients say

  • Good place for a first night.  Nice quiet area, within walking distance of bars and restaurants

    IA, London
  • El Tambo is a small, pleasant hotel conveniently located in Miraflores within easy walking distance of a good selection of restaurants.  Public transport links to the centre of Lima are…

    BT Ware
  • This was a good hotel for transit in and out of Lima

    CG Strathcarron
  • The staff were exceptionally helpful and the hotel was in a good location in Miraflores, close to many amenities.  The only small thing I would mention is the WiFi didn't…

    KL Aylesbury
  • A good, well-located hotel with a good breakfast. Only downside was that some rooms were quite noisy.

    FS London
  • A great location with plenty of bars and restaurants in a few directions. Very helpful staff with good service.

    JC Usk
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Our Expert's Opinion

This is a simple but nevertheless comfortable hotel. Although within the budget range, it has a fantastic location, the rooms are comfortable, and the service is second to none.

Mary
Mary Anne Nelson Travel Expert Born in the Atacama Desert in northern Chile, Mary’s insider knowledge and dry sense of humour make her a highly valued member of the Tailor-made Holidays and Group Tour sales team.

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