A sprawling capital city, it’s an impressive urban contrast to most other sights in Peru. Head to Milaflores for a hip neighbourhood vibe, with arty markets and cafes. The central Plaza Mayor is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and you can learn about the country’s incredible history at the National Museum. For dinner? Pisco sours and some great ceviche.
Accommodation in Lima
Though presented as a hotel “specially conceived for business travelers,” this is an elegant European-style boutique hotel, quite suitable for travelers concerned with leisure, who enjoy the fruits of business-class conveniences. You will love the magnificent ocean views, the fine linens, marble and granite bathrooms, or a swim in the gorgeous rooftop pool. There is […]
Hotel B is surrounded by elegant mansions that hark back to Lima’s heyday in the early 20th century. The historic manor house was built in 1914 as a wealthy family’s second residence. Every corner of the two-story mansion feels intimate and personal. It opened as a hotel in 2013 after a two-year renovation. Most of […]
A gorgeous hacienda built in the 1920s, it’s hard to find a more sophisticated place to stay in the capital. The all-suite property has large and swanky living spaces, with antiques and modern amenities aplenty. The country club atmosphere is enhanced with neighboring golf courses and tennis courts.
This high-rise building was formerly the first five-star hotel in Lima, and a complete refurbishment has kept it one of the city’s most attractive options. Now a modern, well-designed business hotel, the amenities are among the best in the city with a chic spa, gourmet restaurant and heated swimming pool.