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.
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.