Cute looking place however it has a moldy and strong sewer smell coming from the bathroom that was very uncomfortable. I stayed for 6 days total and was given one roll of toilet paper, no soap to shower with and one shampoo packet. Because she lists she provides that I didn't pack that and when I mentioned it she said, "we are not a hotel and don't provide that". It took two days to get extras from her. She mentions that there is a doorman and counting on that I didn't feel the need to report on an exact time of arrival but there isn't one for this location and it got annoying how often she asked to know an exact time of arrival. When traffic is as crazy as it is in Lima, an exact time of arrival is hard to figure out. MariaJose is not in town and has her brother and an elderly man run the place and they don't seem to communicate between themselves. The moment I arrived for my second stay (1 night) her brother asked me what time I was checking out (I hadn't even put my suitcase down) within an hour, she then texted me to ask me, and the elderly man rang the very loud doorbell close to midnight -woke us up to with a scare of a lifetime, to ask me, again, what time I was checking out. I felt like my stay was not convenient for them and they were eager for me to check out. If there is a check out time listed, I think the host is to assume we will leave by that time and asking for an exact time only makes the guest feel unwelcome. Heating is listed as provided but there is no heating and when I requested one, I got extra blankets that were not clean and carried a smell. The door can't be fully open so you have to push yourself through the crack that you manage to open. The house next to this room is used to host other guests so you can hear them dragging suitcases in and out early morning and conversations by the door. If those things don't bother it's a great place to stay.