Hotels in Lima
Lima hotels are similar to hotels you would find in most cities around the world. Hotels in Lima include the Sheraton, Raddison, Hilton and Marriott. But you can also find local hotels in Lima that will give you the same services that you expect from these large chain hotels. Lima is full of luxury hotels. Luxury apartments are also available in Miraflores. This is a prime shopping area of Lima and is home to the best hotels and apartments.
With self-effacing elegance, the Duo Hotel Boutique hotel features 20 monochromatic rooms outfitted with fresh and bright flowers, slippers, soft sheets, and marble baths. The service is next to none, and the on-site restaurant offers evening meals that wed the best of Italian and Peruvian flavors. Located two blocks west of the Lima Golf Club, on a serene residential street, this place provides an outstanding service that awaits you in Lima. This is one of the best hotels in Lima. For more options, check out the list below.
Surrounded by gnarled olive trees, this Sonesta hotel is located in a quiet residential neighborhood, just a 15-minute walk from Lima Golf Club and the ancient Huaca Huallamarca pyramid.
This business hotel in Lima’s financial district is smartly situated just across from the 18-hole San Isidro Golf Club (for a networking round or two). The 54 rooms here are sparse, with low wood headboards, minimal local artwork, and views of the city skyline.
A leaf-green door marks this four-story hostel, which has few frills but plenty of party atmosphere in its Miraflores neighborhood.
The exceptionality of Marriott's Lima property is apparent from a distance: it’s housed in an eye-catching 25-story glass tower that was built, optical illusion-style, by the US-based Arquitectonica to resemble an enormous arch.
The 1927 Country Club is where France’s former president Charles de Gaulle once spent the night. The colonial-style building has been converted into the 83-room hotel filled with Peruvian art from Lima’s Museo Pedro de Osma, brocade-covered chairs, gilt mirrors, and mahogany armoires.
The hotel has one of the city’s best rooftop infinity pools and panoramic views of the Pacific from the private in-room balconies.
The 33-year-old Miraflores Cesar’s Hotel was the place to stay in its heyday, but a much-needed makeover transformed it into the more modern Casa Andina Private Collection Miraflores.