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Settle into the clubby atmosphere of wood and leather and sip a perfectly balanced pisco sour—but insist that it be hand-shaken, not made in a blender. Country Club Hotel, Los Eucaliptos... Full review →
What other major world capital has a golf course smack in the middle of downtown? Here's the hotel that goes along with it.
Built in 1927, this deluxe hacienda-style hotel boasts antique furnishings, Colonial paintings on loan from the Museo Pedro de Osma and a lobby crowned with a stained-glass dome.
Priceless paintings from the Museo Pedro de Osma hang in the lobby and in each room in this luxurious landmark. Full review →
A swank and character-filled place to rest your head. It's simply the most elegant hotel in Lima. Full review →
A Peruvian national monument with 300 pieces of original art and a locals-approved eatery. Full review →
Set on a sprawling lawn dotted with palms, this regal hotel occupies one of Lima’s finest buildings, a sprawling 1927 structure built in the Spanish tradition. Full review →
The historic Country Club Lima Hotel blends classic elegance with modern comfort. Full review →
In the heart of the well-to-do San Isidro suburb, opposite the Lima Country Club, this is the most sumptuous traditional hotel in the city—and often the most expensive Full review →
This hotel oozes Spanish colonial charm and wouldn’t look out of place in Madrid, Jerez or Barcelona. Full review →
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. Full review →
4.5 Star Hotel