About the Homestay

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Your host family and Renzo Marroquin Lourdes welcomes you to San Borja. Want to know some of the best things to do in Lima? I am more than happy to give you some tips on the best things to see and do in Lima. We enjoy music, concerts, festivals and nature but always looking forward to meeting new people. Lourdes has Carbajal 59. She speaks Spanish and likes to cook, socialize, and television has 24. Renzo Marroquin We talk Spanish and enjoys cooking, music, concerts, festivals, socializing, travel, and nature

Pets

Dog

House Facilities
  • Laundry
  • Pets Indoor
  • TV
  • Internet Access
  • Non Smoking
  • Allow Smoking

Bedrooms available for booking

Minimum stay is for 1 night

Maximum stay is for 365 nights

Available for given dates

Room 1
From $16 per night
Single Room
Sleeps 1

Bathroom shared (with family / other guests)
1 Single Bed

Bedroom availableNot available for dates

Size: 9 m2 (96.9 ft2)

Facilities
  • Desk and Lamp
  • Closet / Wardrobe
  • Mirror
 1 guest
Nightly Price
$16
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About the Area

My house is easy to find in San Borja. Do not worry when you complete the booking and paid the deposit online receive an email with our full address. I can help you with directions as soon let us know when you arrive.

Local Area Facilities
  • Park
  • Gym
  • Swimming
  • Cinema
  • Shopping Centre
  • Water sports
  • Sports arena
  • Health club
  • Restaurant
  • Bus Stop
  • Train station
  • Hospital

Meals

Hosts can offer a complimentary light breakfast at their discretion. All other meals, including a full breakfast, might incur an additional cost, if offered. Meals and any additional payment should be arranged directly with your host.

Included in the stay
  • Complimentary Light Breakfast
  • Use of Kitchen

House Rules

Please keep the safety of our house and locked the front door when you enter and leave the dog food not to Keep noise to a minimum after midnight Please do not invite strangers into our home; If you want to invite a friend, tell me before you enjoy your stay and take care our home as if it were your own.

Smoking is allowed outdoors only.

1 Review

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    United States
    Age 25 - 34

    5 hearts
    December 2016

    Staying with Lourdes and the Carbajal family was one of the best decisions I made when going to Peru. I knew no one in the country and was nervous about traveling solo as a woman. But the Carbajal family welcomed me upon arrival and made sure I was always well-taken care of throughout my stay. The room I stayed in was incredibly comfortable from the bed to the TV in the room and the neighborhood in San Borja is the one of the safest and most beautiful in Lima. I lived next to the sports center and within a bus ride of the ocean. Lourdes is the one of the warmest and most inspiring women I have gotten the pleasure to meet and live with. She not only showed me the beauty of Peru from the food to the culture, but also inspired me to continue pursuing the research work I had come to Peru to do. After weeks of staying with the family, Lourdes became a mother figure for me. I also arranged meals with the family and her cooking was delicious and better than any of the restaurants I went out to eat at. The next time I come back to Lima, I am definitely staying with the Carbajal family. I would highly recommend staying with them especially for solo travelers looking to find and create a home away from home.

    Mi hospedaje con Lourdes y la familia Carbajal era uno de los mejores decisiones que hize cuando fui a Perú. No conocí nadie en el país y estaba muy nerviosa para viajar sola, especialmente porque soy una mujer. La familia Carbajal me dio una bienvenida muy cálida en mi llegada y me cuidó como si fuera una parte de la familia durante mi estancia. Mi habitación estaba muy comóda y el vecindario en San Borja es uno de los vecindarios más seguros y lindos en Lima. Viví al lado del polideportivo y cerca del malecón. Lourdes es una de lo más cariñosa y inspiradora personas que tenía la suerte a conocer. Ella me mostraba la belleza de Peru (desde la comida a la cultura) y también me inspiró a seguir en mis investigaciones y proyecto que fui a Perú a hacer. Después de semanas viviendo con la familia, me sentí que Lourdes era como una madre para mi. También arreglé comidas con la familia y su cocina estaba riquisíma, mejor que las mayorías de las restaurantes en la ciudad. La próxima vez que vuelvo a Lima, seguramente voy a quedarme con la familia Carbajal. Le recommendaría a todos, especialmente para viajeros solo quien están buscando una hogar fuera de su hogar.

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When do I pay?

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