The Country Club Lima Hotel is situated in the San Isidro residential district, near the Lima Golf Club, as well as many of the city’s best restaurants and boutiques. Completed in 1927, the hotel is now a Peruvian Cultural Monument. To contribute to the Hotel’s history, the Pedro de Osma museum has donated 300 pieces of viceregal art to the hotel.
Atemporal is a 9-room guest house located in the leafy Miraflores district, near the pre-Inca pyramid of Huaca Pucllana, many boutiques, and some of the city’s best restaurants. The house was constructed in the 1940s and reconceived in 2015 as an alternative to the city’s large, corporate-focused hotels. It’s a home-away-from-home for visitors.
Hotel B, a Relais & Chateaux boutique hotel, is centered around a restored Belle Époque mansion. Inspired by the bohemian atmosphere of the surrounding Barranco neighborhood, the hotel exhibits a private collection of contemporary Latin American art. Barranco is one of Lima’s vibrant and revived districts, home to some of Peru’s most popular artists.
Located near the seaside cliffs, fine dining, and boutiques of Miraflores, the Belmond Miraflores Park is arguably the most comfortable address in the City of Kings. From savoring the smells of Surquillo market, cycling through Miraflores or strolling through the local art galleries and national museums, Lima has an endless menu of activities available to guests.