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Lima Hotels

Lima offers an array of accommodation to suit to all tastes and budgets. While the neighbourhoods of Miraflores and San Isidrio are known for their upmarket hotels, they’re also home a scattering of affordable and reliable choices. In Barranco, you’ll find various boutique lodgings that make for a memorable stay.

The Lima hotels below have been grouped into three pricing categories:
Luxury (over PEN 600)
Moderate (PEN 300 to PEN 600)
Cheap (up to PEN 300)

These are the starting prices for a standard double room and include taxes and breakfast unless otherwise specified.


Hotel B

One of the newest additions to the luxury hotel scene, art-boutique Hotel B in Barranco has quickly earned a sparking reputation for its elegant suites and seamless service. Set in a stunning white mansion enlivened by well-curated artwork, rooms are individually decorated and come with plush linens. The intimate dining room is served by celebrated Peruvian chef Oscar Velarde.

Address: Barranco, Sáenz Peña 204, Lima,
Telephone: +51 1 206 0800.

JW Marriott Hotel Lima

The Lima offering from this reliable international hotel chain is a comfortable concoction of well-dressed rooms with sea views. Eat in at the second floor restaurant La Vista, offering Peruvian and international flavours, or try the Sushi and Cerviche Lounge for fusion fish dishes. The hotel also has fitness facilities, a spa and pool.

Address: Miraflores, Malecón de la Reserva 615, Lima,
Telephone: +51 1 217 7000.

Miraflores Park Hotel

This highly regarded hotel benefits from a stylish location overlooking the seafront and public gardens in Miraflores. Views don't come much better than from the rooftop pool and breakfast is also served sky high in the poolside Observatory Restaurant. An additional restaurant, swanky bar, an on-site gym and spa add further appeal to the luxurious experience. 

Address: Miraflores, Avenida Malecón de la Reserva 1035, Lima,
Telephone: +51 1 610 4000.


Casa Andina Private Collection

Part of the Preferred Hotels collection, Casa Andina is everything you'd hope for in a night's stay. Set in a high-rise the heart of Miraflores, it offers its own restaurant, bar, gym and sauna. Contemporary rooms are outfitted with cutting-edge mod-cons and boast impressive views across the cityscape. Breakfast is plentiful and the obliging staff go out of their way to ensure visitors enjoy their stay.

Address: Miraflores, Avenida La Paz 463, Lima,
Telephone: +51 1 213 4300.
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Hotel Antigua Miraflores

Set in a pink century-old mansion, Antigua is characterful and reasonably priced, especially considering its upmarket location in Miraflores. Handcrafted furnishings, antiques and free Wi-Fi complement the inviting rooms, some with kitchenettes and baths. Opt for a front-facing room which have a sense of history and a bit more comfort than the more modern ones at the back.

Address: Miraflores, Avenida Grau 350, Lima,
Telephone: +51 1 201 2060.

Second Home Peru

For creative types, Second Home Peru won't fail to impress. The timber-framed, century-old house and expansive gardens have fairy tale allure, decked out in life-size sculptures and colourful canvases by leading Peruvian artist and proprietor Victor Delfin. Each bedroom is unique and rich in quirkiness – opt for one of the three beautiful ocean-side stays to fall asleep to the crashing of waves.

Address: Barranco, Domeyer 366, Lima,
Telephone: +51 1 247 5522.


Inka Frog

Young and old enjoy this funky bed and breakfast where rooms are kitted out with TVs, hairdryers and walk-in wardrobes. Books and DVDs are offered in the lounge area, internet is free and a travel desk that can help arrange transport and tours. Clean and welcoming, its location in Miraflores means restaurants, shops and amenities are all close at hand. 

Address: Miraflores, Calle General Iglesias 271, Lima,
Telephone: +51 1 445 8979.

Lima Wari Suites

This little-known gem of a budget stay feels like a real home-from-home. The attractive colonial house is kitted out with mosaic-tiled floors and Andean-patterned upholstery and there's plenty of opportunity to relax in the various tucked-away seating areas, draped in pot plants. Venture out and you're a short walk from the picturesque main square of Barranco.

Address: Barranco, Avenida Grau 723, Lima,
Telephone: +51 1 247 6268.

Mami Panchita

This friendly lodging is run by Peruvian-Dutch owners and offers simple and serene rooms in a peaceful suburb between Miraflores and the city centre. Guests have the use of a comfy lounge, an attractive patio and a garden with bougainvillea cascading over the walls. The owners are generous with their local knowledge and can help with tours.

Address: San Miguel, Avenida Federico Gallesi 198, Lima,
Telephone: +51 1 263 7203.

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