AddressJr. Camana, 547 LimaSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Popular with tour groups and business travelers, this staid and secure hotel has 46 tidy, carpeted rooms enlivened by colorful bedspreads. English and French are spoken. Credit cards accepted. An on-site restaurant-cafe is open 24 hours.
Our independent authors have visited Kamana Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Lima.
Description provided by property
Situated in Lima’s historic centre, Kamana Hotel is just one block from De La Union Street’s lively restaurants and stores. It offers free Wi-Fi access and rooms with cable TV.
Guests can enjoy Creole, Italian and fresh seafood dishes at Kamana Hotel’s restaurant, Mr. Koala. The hotel's bar is open 24/7. Room service is also available 24/7.
Guest rooms at Kamana Hotel feature a work desk and safety deposit box. Each en suite bathroom has a shower.
Kamana Hotel’s reception desk is open 24/7. Hotel staff can assist with currency exchange; a business centre is also on-site.
The hotel is 3 blocks from Lima's Government Palace and the Main Square. Jorge Chávez International Airport is located 30 minutes from the Kamana.
Based on local tax laws, Peruvian citizens (and foreigners staying more than 59 days in Peru) must pay an additional fee of 18%. To be exempt from this 18% additional fee (IVA), a copy of the immigration card and passport must be presented.
Please note both documents are required for fee exemption. Guests who are not able to present both documents will be required to pay the fee.
Foreign business travellers who require a printed invoice, will also be charged the additional 18% regardless of the length of their stay in Peru. This fee is not automatically calculated in the total costs for the reservation.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Room service
- 24-hour front desk
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- Free WiFi
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