Hotels and Services in Lima, Peru

Most people arrive to and depart from Peru via Lima, the capital of Peru and its' largest city. It's the cultural and economic hub of the country. It lies on a desertic coast overlooking the Bay of Lima of the Pacific Ocean. Lima was founded by Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro on January 18, 1535, as the City of Kings. It became the most important city in the Spanish Viceroyalty of Peru, an administrative area encompassing most of Spain's possessions in South America during the colonial era (mid 1500s to early 1800s). For more than three centuries, Lima was the greatest metropolis in South America. Today nearly one-third of the nation's population lives in this one metropolitan area.

Lima Tours


Lima has many fine hotels. Only some are shown here. Included are 5-Star to 3-Star hotels. If you plan to tour Lima, we recommend staying in the Miraflores district of Lima. The following are some of the hotels we can book for you. We have other hotel options besides those below.

Costa del Sol Wyndham - 4 Star (Lima Airport Hotel)
Country Club Lima - 5 star
El Pardo Double Tree - 5 star
Sheraton Hotel Lima - 5 star
Marriot - 5 star
Melia Lima - 5 star
Miraflores Park - 5 star
Plaza del Bosque - 5 star
Sonesta Lima El Olivar - 5 star
Swissotel - 5 star
Casa Andina Private Collection - 5 star
Antara - 4 Star
El Condado - 4 Star
Libertador - 4 Star
Jose Antonio - 3 Star
Casa Andina Classic Miraflores Centro - 3 Star
Casa Andina Classic Miraflores San Antonio - 3 Star
Faraona - 3 Star
La Castellana - 3 Star
Posada del Inca Miraflores - 3 Star



Costa del Sol Wyndham
4 Star
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Lima Airport
If you are short on time and only need lodging between connecting flights, the airport hotel is the logical choice. This avoids the expense (and time) of transfers into Lima and back. This 4-star hotel is conveniently located right across the street from the Lima airport. Rooms offer high-speed Internet access, in-room safes, direct-dial telephones, mini-bar and cable TV. Bathrooms include hair dryers and telephones. ATM and banking on site. Other conveniences include a currency exchange, gift shop, multilingual staff, and flight confirmations. Buffet breakfast included.
2016 Price per person per night
  SINGLE $235
  DOUBLE $133
  TRIPLE + $38 for child
Other classes of rooms available. Request.

Country Club Lima

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Los Eucaliptos 590, San Isidro
This five star hotel in the exclusive San Isidro district was built in 1927 and refurbished in 1998 and is now listed as a National Monument. Suites are decorated in a stylish mixture of classical and Peruvian colonial artwork. Suites come with minibar, 3 telephone extensions, dataport and internet access, 110/220 voltage and 25" cable TV. The Perroquet Restaurant offers regional and international cuisine in an elegant setting. In addition there is the Los Vitrales Lobby Bar and the English Bar. There is a fitness center, sauna, beauty parlor and guest privileges at the Lima Golf Club.
2016 Price per person per night
  Master SINGLE $355
  Master DOUBLE $177
  TRIPLE (Grand Class) $160
Other classes of rooms available. Request.

El Pardo Double Tree

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Jirón Independencia 141
Located in Miraflores the El Pardo Doubletree is near the financial and commercial center of the city. The Beautiful Kennedy Park is within walking distance. Comfortable, well appointed rooms and suites offer minibar, safe deposit boxes, 110/220 voltage, fax, computer outlets and wireless internet access. All suites include a Jacuzzi.
2016 Price per person per night
  SINGLE $232
  DOUBLE $129
  TRIPLE $103
Other classes of rooms available. Request.

Sheraton Hotel Lima
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Paseo de la Republica 170
The five star Lima Sheraton is located at the entrance to the Lima Historical Center and near the main city tourist attractions. Restaurant- Bar- 24 hours Internet service- Mail and Fax services-Shuttle service- Casino- Pool- Tennis Court-Health Club- Shopping Arcade- Beauty Salon. The rooms have - Cable TV- Safe Deposit Box- Hair Dryer- Electronic keys- Direct Dialing phone- 24 hours room service.
2016 Price per person per night
  SINGLE $184
  DOUBLE $96
Other classes of rooms available. Request.

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Malecon De La Reserva 615
Standing upon the grand cliffs in the Miraflores district, the JW Marriott Hotel Lima offers sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean from every room. Its prime location, spectacular view, personalized service and high-end product makes it Lima's first choice hotel. Magnificently suited to business and pleasure, the hotel offers 300 elegant guest rooms and is home of some of the city's most stylish dining. Informal luxury made memorable by attentive personal service. Elegant accommodations and superb dining choices geared toward the most exigent traveler.
2016 Price per person per night
Monday - Wednesday  
Deluxe Room SINGLE $393
  DOUBLE $196
Prime Ocean View SINGLE $440
  DOUBLE $220
Thursday - Sunday  
Deluxe Room SINGLE $245
  DOUBLE $123
Prime Ocean View SINGLE $268
  DOUBLE $134
Other classes of rooms available. Request.

Melia Lima
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Av. Salaverry 2599
In one of Lima’s most prestigious residential neighborhoods the Melia is within minutes of the financial business district, museum, art galleries, excellent restaurants, shopping and entertainment. This elegant hotel features 188 beautifully appointed and spacious rooms including 29 luxurious Junior Suites and one lavish Presidential Suite. All with direct dial telephone, minibar and satellite TV. Rooms specially adapted for the disabled.
2016 Price per person per night
  SINGLE $186
  DOUBLE $109
  TRIPLE $94
Other classes of rooms available. Request.

Belmond Miraflores Park
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Av. Malecón de la Reserva 1035 Miraflores
An eclectic mix of the modern and the historic. The Miraflores Park Hotel, with its 82 rooms, is a small boutique hotel, set in a park on the edge of a cliff overlooking the sea and affording almost all of the rooms with stunning ocean views. The service is very personalized, the rooms are large and opulent and the attention to detail has won the hotel many awards. Diverse conference facilities are available in addition to the Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Bar and the acclaimed Restaurant Poissonnerie. The hotel also boasts The Observatory restaurant, with marvelous ocean views, a swimming pool, gym and 3 new massage rooms.
2016 Price per person per night
City View Junior Suite SINGLE $482
Ocean View Junior Suite SINGLE $534
Rates differ for weekends. Shown are week day rates.
Inquire for specific dates.
Other classes of rooms available. Request.

Plaza del Bosque
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Av. Paz Soldán 190, San Isidro
80 comfortable rooms with air conditioning, TV, kitchenette. Sauna, Jacuzzi, swimming pool, gym and Restaurant El Bosque.
2016 Price per person per night
  SINGLE $193
  DOUBLE $104
  TRIPLE $88
Other classes of rooms available. Request.

Sonesta Lima El Olivar
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Pancho Fierro 194, San Isidro
This hotel combines the tranquility of San Isidro's majestic "Olive Grove Park" with the comfort and services that you expect on your business and leisure trips.
2016 Price per person per night
  SINGLE $201
  DOUBLE $101
  TRIPLE (Executive) 112
Friday - Saturday  
  SINGLE $172
  DOUBLE $86
  TRIPLE (Executive) $99
Other classes of rooms available. Request.

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Via Central 150, Centro Empresarial Real,
San Isidro
An elegant and modern hotel, Swissôtel Lima offers 244 finely appointed rooms and suites across 18 floors. Close to shopping and commercial centres, Swissôtel Lima is within easy access of Lima's historical city centre and the hotel is just seven miles from Lima's Jorge Chavez International Airport. Three restaurants, a Lobby Bar and a Gourmet Deli Shop. Le Café serves a varied menu that includes Peruvian delights and buffets throughout the day. La Locanda is the hotel's Italian restaurant and Swiss and European specialities are served at La Fondue. Hotel facilities include a heated outdoor swimming pool, a comprehensive beauty salon, jacuzzi, sun salon, sauna, steam room and massage services. A tennis court is also available.
2016 Price per person per night
  SINGLE $338
  DOUBLE $169
Friday - Saturday  
  SINGLE $305
  DOUBLE $152
Other classes of rooms available. Request.

Casa Andina Private Collection
Casa Andina Private Collection - Lima
Av. La Paz 463 Miraflores, Lima
With a strategic location in the heart of Miraflores, Casa Andina Private Collection Miraflores has been designed to express the local flavor with all the facilities and services of a first class hotel. It has an unmistakable local style and among their attributes exhibits an exquisite contemporary art collection, along with valuable colonial antiques that decorate the rooms and common areas. The hotel, ideal for leisure and business travelers, has been built on an 18 floors building and features 148 rooms. It has a contemporary design and is decorated with colonial furniture and Peruvian art work. Among the facilities offered, the hotel provides event rooms, corporate facilities, internet center, complementary Wi-Fi internet, ATM, parking, valet parking, fitness Center, sauna and swimming pool.
2016 Price per person per night
  Traditional SINGLE $228
  Traditional DOUBLE $114
  Superior TRIPLE $120
Other classes of rooms available. Request.

El Condado
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Alcanfores 465, Miraflores
Located in the commercial and tourist area of Miraflores, near to the financial center, next to casinos and near the beach. Services include: Restaurant, Cafeteria, Piano- Bar, Laundry, Whirlpool, Sauna, Gym, Solarium, Conference Rooms, Room Service, Parking. Rooms have air conditioning, heating, direct dial phone, safety deposit box, sauna, Jacuzzi, cable TV, minifridge bar, modem connection, hair drier.
2016 Price per person per night
  SINGLE $147
  DOUBLE $74
  TRIPLE $64
Other classes of rooms available. Request.

Westin Libertador
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Los Eucaliptos 550, San Isidro
A small hotel that insures personal service for all of their guests. Restaurant, Bar, Conference Rooms, Spa, Gym, Sauna, Jacuzzi, Business Center, Free Parking. All rooms have Air Conditioning, Phone, Cable TV, Private Baths, Safe Boxes, 24 hour room service, data line.
2016 Price per person per night
Monday - Thursday    
  SINGLE $193
  DOUBLE $96
  TRIPLE $126
Friday - Sunday    
  SINGLE $128
  DOUBLE $64
  TRIPLE $105
Other classes of rooms available. Request.

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Alcanfores 450, Miraflores
Within walking distance of the most important restaurants, banks, casinos, boutiques and even the beautiful bay of Lima. In Spanish classical style, the Antara Hotel combines distinction and the maximum in comfort.
2016 Price per person per night
  SINGLE $154
  DOUBLE $85
  TRIPLE $79
Other classes of rooms available. Request.

Jose Antonio
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Av. 28 de Julio 398
Located in Miraflores, an exclusive residential and commercial district, at three blocks from the Pacific Ocean is within walking distance of shopping, commercial and cultural areas. Close to the best restaurants, parks, cinemas and entertainment places like Larcomar. The Jose Antonio Hotel is only 30 minutes from the international Airport and 20 minutes from downtown. All rooms have heating system, air conditioning, TV Cable, Hair dryer, Direct dialing telephone, Security box, Minibar.
2016 Price per person per night
  SINGLE $129
  DOUBLE $65
  TRIPLE $65
Other classes of rooms available. Request.

Casa Andina Classic
Miraflores Centro

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Av. Petit Thouars 5444, Miraflores
Casa Andina Classic - Miraflores Centro Hotel, perfectly located just a few steps from Handicraft Markets and Miraflores Central Park, a great tourist area surrounded by cafes, restaurants and shops. The friendly staff of our hotel and its 58 cozy rooms ensures a unique native ambiance to make your stay a memorable one.
2016 Price per person per night
  SINGLE $115
  DOUBLE $57

Casa Andina Classic
Miraflores San Antonio
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Av. 28 de Julio 1088, Miraflores
Casa Andina Miraflores Hotel is just a few blocks from downtown Miraflores, one of the most traditional quarters of Lima. The hospitable staff of our hotel and its 49 rooms ensures a unique native ambiance to make your stay a memorable one. It has a safe environment and a commercial atmosphere which assures comfort staying. Most hotels and travel facilities are located in Miraflores, as well as in neighbor quarters San Isidro and Barranco where you can find also important museums, restaurants, cafés, parks and the most famous Andean crafts markets. Waykuna Andean Restaurant.
2016 Price per person per night
  SINGLE $113
  DOUBLE $57
  TRIPLE $57

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Manuel Bonilla 185 – 187
Located in the heart of the Miraflores district near of banks, cinemas, cafes, casinos and the central park, the main attraction for every tourist in Lima. Facilities include: Restaurant & Bar, Terrace with pool & bar. Located 3 blocks away from Larco Avenue and Miraflores Central Park.
2016 Price per person per night
  SINGLE $115
  DOUBLE $59
  TRIPLE $49

La Castellana
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Grimaldo del Solar 222, Miraflores
Located in a restored Colonial Mansion two blocks from main commercial district of Miraflores, near shops, restaurants, and near beaches. Restaurant, Laundry, Bar, 24 hour room Service. Rooms have Phone, Cable TV, Minifridge bar.
2016 Price per person per night
  SINGLE $69
  DOUBLE $42
  TRIPLE $32

Posada del Inca Miraflores
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Alcanfores 329, Miraflores
Our hotel is located in Lima's main cultural, commercial and entertainment district. It is within walking distance of the best arts and crafts markets, coffee shops, boutiques, cinemas and nightlife. Just five minutes from the beach and thirty minutes from the international airport. Miraflores is known for its beautiful gardens and interesting architecture.
2016 Price per person per night
  SINGLE $142
  DOUBLE $75
  TRIPLE $66

Information provided by the hotels.
Prices subject to availability and can change at any time.

Lima Tours

PRIVATE SERVICE, half-day guided tours in Lima. Pickup from and return to your hotel or the airport.

Colonial Lima City Tour
Gold Museum Tour
Larco Herrera Museum Tour

Lima Colonial City Tour
This half-day starts with the Plaza de Armas, or main square, in the historical center of Lima, founded in 1535 by the Spanish Conquistadors. Almost all of the structures were destroyed in the earthquake of 1746 and the only original structure left is the bronze fountain built in 1651. The oldest building on the Plaza is the Cathedral, which was rebuilt shortly after the earthquake. The square is also surrounded by the Archbishop's Palace and the Governor’s Palace.

The Basilica Cathedral of Lima is a Roman Catholic cathedral that has undergone many reconstructions, however it still retains its colonial structure and facade. The front facade has three large doorways. The main door is called the Portada del Perdón or the "door of forgiveness". Set on the front facade are sculptures of the Apostles and in the middle, the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Adjoining the Cathedral is the Archbishop's Palace. Inside are a sequence of large paintings of the Via Crucis, "Way of the Cross”. On the left aisle, the first chapel holds the ancient baptistery which has a beautiful image of Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza (Our Lady of Hope) who presides over the events during Cuaresm and Holy Week. The next chapel is Capilla de la Sagrada Familia (chapel of the Holy Family), featuring figures of Jesus, Mary and Joseph. The Cathedral also contains the tomb of the Spanish conquistador of Peru, Francisco Pizarro. Pizarro laid the first stone used in the construction of the Cathedral.

The Saint Francis Monastery was built in 1774 and is noted for its Spanish Neoclassic architecture. The convent houses a world-renowned library which has thousands of historical and antique books and documents. The church is most famous for its catacombs, containing the bones of tens of thousands of people. This was Lima's first cemetery. In one area, a large round hole in the ground is filled with bones and skulls arranged in a geometrical pattern. The Monastery also has an impressive collection of religious art, the best known being a mural of the Last Supper depicting the Apostles dining on guinea pig and a devil standing next to Judas. PRICE

Gold MuseumGold Museum Tour
The Museo de Oro (Gold Museum) contains a wide assortment of pre-Columbian gold handicrafts, ceremonial objects, jewelry and gold from both the Inca and pre-Inca civilizations. On display are funerary masks, ceremonial knives, figurines, and other pieces acquired from a variety of archeological sites throughout Peru. There are pieces from Chavín, Vicus, Moche, Chimú, Inca, Chancay , Paracas, Nazca and Tihuanaco cultures. In addition to the metal works, the Museo do Oro also contains a collection of textiles, stone carvings and ceramics. Upstairs is the Arms Museum, displaying weapons from around the world and a variety of time periods. It is reputedly the largest collection of arms in the world and even those with no interest in guns can't fail to be fascinated by the mammoth collection of ancient and bizarre firearms. Among these is a 2 meter-long blunderbuss with a flared, trumpet-like muzzle. Though it looks more suitable for hunting elephants, this 19th-century gun was supposedly a mere duck-hunting rifle. The Gold Museum is one of the main attractions in Lima. PRICE

Larco Herrera MuseumLarco Herrera Museum Tour
The Larco Herrera Museum is housed in an 18th century mansion built over a 7th century pre-Columbian pyramid. It showcases chronological galleries that provide a thorough overview of 4,000 years of Peruvian pre-Columbian history. It boasts one of the world's largest collections of pre-Columbian art including Moche, Nazca, Chimú, and Inca pieces. Additionally, the Larco Museum is well known for its gallery of pre-Columbian erotic pottery.

The Museum has several permanent exhibitions. The Gold and Silver Gallery showcases the largest collection of jewelry used by many notable rulers of pre-Columbian Peru. It comprises a collection of crowns, earrings, nose ornaments, garments, masks and vases, finely wrought in erotic potterygold and decorated with semi-precious stones. Ancient Peruvian cultures represented their daily lives in ceramics, and this gallery holds the world's largest collection of erotic ceramics.

The Cultures Gallery exhibits 40,000 years of Peruvian pre-Columbian history. This chronology-based gallery provides visitors with a comprehensive view of cultures that existed in pre-Columbian Peru through the extant indigenous art that has survived since the 16th century Spanish conquest. This hall is divided into four areas: North Coast, Center, South and cultures from the highlands. Showcases have been ordered according to cultural sequence:

Other galleries include the Lithic, Vault, Ceramics, Metals, Textiles and Storage in which visitors have the opportunity to view the Museum's entire collection of classified archaeological objects. PRICE

    Lima City Tours      2018
Price per person:
1 2 3 4 5/6
Lima Colonial City Tour: (Departs/Returns Hotel) 
$ 151 $ 80 $ 56 $ 46 $ 38
Lima Colonial City Tour &
Gold Museum: (Departs/Returns Hotel)
$ 214 $ 124 $ 93 $ 80 $ 80
Lima Colonial City Tour &
Larco Herrera Museum:
(Departs/Returns Hotel)
$ 207 $ 116 $ 86 $ 73 $ 73
Any Tour Departing & Returning to the Airport + $159 + $81 + $55 + $42 + $42