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Food + Drink · Hotels + Resorts
T+L’s Guide to Lima, Peru
— by Gabriella De Ferrari, Published Nov. 2009
Lima | Latin America | Peru
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 A
The 1927 Country Club is where France’s former president Charles de Gaulle once spent the night. The colonial-style building has been converted int
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 15-table restaurant is housed in a 1940’s mansion. Don’t let the traditional atmosphere here fool you: The Asian- and Mediterranean-inflected P
Praised as one of the world's most innovative chefs, Gastón Acurio has established outposts of his restaurants in Madrid and Santiago. In a colonia
Mario Testino’s sister, Giuliana, is one of the most talked-about designers in town. Pick up her hand-crocheted clothes. If you don’t like your dre
Up-and-coming jewelry designer Anna Dannon creates the imaginative silver baubles sold at this shop on the lively Álvarez Calderón. You’ll find eve
Stock up on colorful and reasonably-priced sweaters, knee-length coats, and scarves, all made from downy-soft Peruvian alpaca wool sourced in the A
Owner Mari Solari stocks her shop, which doubles as her residence, with handicrafts from around the country. Multicolored candles from Cuzco and ce
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