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Gran Hotel Bolivar

Jr de la Union 958 | Plaza San Martin, Lima, Peru
3.5
2 reviews

Beautiful grand hotel located at the Plaza San Martin, Hotel Bolivar is a classic like the Peninsula of Hong Kong or Waldorf of NYC where past guests include dignitaries and glamourous movie stars, it is reported that the pisco sour was invented here, just like how the St Regis claimed the bloody mary.

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  • 1
    0.38 mi

    Starbucks

    0.38 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar
    5
    4 reviews
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  • 2
    0.87 mi

    Las Brisas del Titicaca

    0.87 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar
    4.5
    3 reviews

    A great place to dance or watch peruvian dances. also the foog is great.

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  • 3
    0.46 mi

    Tanta

    0.46 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar
    5
    1 review
  • 4
    0.45 mi

    Pardos Chicken

    0.45 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar
    5
    1 review
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  • 5
    0.89 mi

    Heroes de Tarapacá 168

    0.89 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar
    5
    1 review

    A theatre restaurant that showcases the most amazing dance and singing you'll see in one place. Every major region in Peru gets represented including the Marinera del Norte and the Danza de Tijeras (Scissor Dance). The food isn't memorable (not terrible either) but the performance is something you'll remember for a very long time.

  • 6
    0.79 mi

    La Choza Nautica

    0.79 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar
    5
    1 review

    Name is a parody of the famous and expensive Rosa Nautica. This place is a great cevicheria in downtown Lima. Portions are very generous, and the prices are reasonable. Try the ceviche erotico, which has a nice variety of different seafood which is delicious, and supposedly has the additional benefit of being an afrodisiac

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  • 7
    4.9 mi

    Astrid y Gastón

    4.9 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar
    4.5
    19 reviews

    Gaston Acurios´s one of finest restaurant worldwide.

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  • 8
    4.37 mi

    La Mar Cebicheria

    4.37 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar
    4.5
    11 reviews

    Cebicheria La Mar is considered to be one of the best ceviche restaurants in Lima. They don’t take reservations, so be prepared to wait, as the restaurant is often very crowded. One other note – they don’t have menus in English, so if you don’t know some Spanish and are not too adventurous to make random choices from the menu ...

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  • 9
    4.18 mi

    Pastelería San Antonio

    4.18 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar
    4.5
    8 reviews

    San Antonio is a bakery with several shops in Lima. They serve breakfast and light dishes like soups, salads and sandwiches, apart from the pastries. Take a day off you hotel breakfast and go to San Antonio for a change.

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  • 10
    4.98 mi

    Brujas de Cachiche

    4.98 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar

    Great place for a variety of Peruvian food. Given how much the Lima dining scene has blown up these past few years, I have a sneaking suspicion that this restaurant isn't so "cool" as it once was. I think it will stay as an oldie but a goodie. For a classic Lima dish they do well here, do the lomo ...

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  • 11
    4.64 mi

    Mangos

    4.64 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar
    4.5
    7 reviews

    Great Breakfast!

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  • 12
    4.16 mi

    Madam Tusan de Gaston Acurio

    4.16 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar
    5
    5 reviews

    Chinese Peruvian fusion - basically this is my people's food!

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  • 13
    3.77 mi

    Hanzo

    3.77 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar
    5
    5 reviews

    Love this place

  • 14
    4.21 mi

    Restaurant Huaca Pucllana

    4.21 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar
    5
    5 reviews

    A stalwart of the Miraflores restaurant scene not to be confused with the nearby pyramid ruins, from which it takes its name. With its Peruvian and international menu, as well as location, this place often shows up in top 10 restaurant lists and deservedly so.

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  • 15
    3.01 mi

    Malabar

    3.01 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar
    4
    5 reviews

    Lima has been a wonderful culinary experience and a true gastronomic eden until Malabar. I am wondering how and what the critics saw in Malabar to provide it with its ratings. The service was appalling, the energy of the staff negative to include poorly trained staff, the food extremely average, and no Manager or responsible was even available at lunch. ...

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  • 16
    4.28 mi

    El Mercado

    4.28 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar
    5
    4 reviews

    Rafael Osterling's second restaurant (see also Rafael, his first) in Lima was, at the time of writing creating quite a buzz for the Miraflores beautful people. There's a reason why he's such a celebrated chef here and you can see why the moment you arrive in this cheerful, atmospheric dining room, which is both informal and fun. Excellent fish and ...

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  • 17
    4.7 mi

    Norkys

    4.7 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar
    5
    4 reviews

    Great Value, delicious and comforting foods, Norky's is a chain of parilla /bbq/rotisserie restaurants that are frequented by locals and adventurous visitors. We had a very delicious and inexpensive meal and we still talk about how great (good food and good prices) that meal at Norky's was.

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  • 18
    4.85 mi

    Arabica Espresso Bar

    4.85 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar
    5
    4 reviews

    Once you try an espresso made with freshly roasted beans from Arabica, you will never be able to enjoy your chain-store brew again. David Bisetti, the man at the reigns of an independent coffee shop push in Lima, inherited his love of coffee from his grandfather who opened a roasterie in 1958. He sources his beans from within the country, ...

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  • 19
    3.39 mi

    Segundo Muelle

    3.39 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar
    5
    4 reviews

    CEVICHE!!! SO many varieties offered as well as an extensive seafood menu. Yes, the prices may be considered on the expensive side, but you are paying for cleanliness, safety and your health. The staff was on par. Ambiance was elegant but casual. They have outdoor seating but with big windows to help against the weather.

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  • 20
    4.85 mi

    La Lucha

    4.85 mi from Gran Hotel Bolivar

    All of the upscale food options can get a little overwhelming (and expensive) in Lima, so if you ever just need a sandwich, don't go to Subway. Instead, head to Peru's favorite sandwich chain, La Lucha, and pick up the local favorite: pan con chicharron. The French bun is filled with sweet potato, fried pork, and a sauce of lime ...

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