Bed & Breakfast - Guesthouses

When booking a hotel in Lima you know what to expect: a comfortable bed, a minibar, a TV, a bathroom and of course a big bill at the checkout. Make no mistake, as the hotels in Lima are not much different from others in the world and for a property in the 4 or 5 star range you can easily spend anywhere from $150 to $300 a night (or even more).

If you are not willing to pay that, you might look at the Bed & Breakfast establishments or Guesthouses in Lima that charm with a much more personal touch. The prices vary on the level of comfort offered. Some of them are still in beautiful old colonial houses that reflect the old days of the city. With the city changing so quickly and modern buildings taking over, these buildings remain as lovely time capsules.

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The Quinta Miraflores Boutique Hotel is housed in a fascinating residence from the 1920s in the heart of Miraflores. Renovated with care and dedication, fully respecting the original architecture and history of the house, this lovely boutique bed and breakfast offers 4 spacious, individually designed guestrooms. A small boutique hotel with big c...
The 3B Barranco's Chic and Basic Bed & Breakfast is a boutique style urban oasis designed for convenient and affordable modern travel. Conveniently located in the bohemian neighborhood of Barranco the B&B is just 2 blocks from the Pacific Ocean and close to the districts center. The 3B combines a modern design, great artwork and an excep...

Second Home Peru

B&Bs - Guesthouses
Sitting on the cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean Second Home Peru in the bohemian Barranco neighborhood is probably one of the most fascinating and beautiful places to stay in Lima. This unique guesthouse located in an over 100 year old Tudor-style mansion is actually the home, art studio and gallery of the painter and sculptor Victor Delfin.

Residencial Miraflores B&B

B&Bs - Guesthouses
Located in a gorgeous old traditional Peruvian home in the Miraflores district, this lovely bed and breakfast is within short walking distance to mayor avenues, shopping, cafes, restaurants, banks and sights. Beautifully decorated and nicely furnished the Residencial Miraflores B&B is a very hospitable and familiar place to enjoy your days i...

Casa Nuestra B&B

B&Bs - Guesthouses
Casa Nuestra is a lovely, family run bed & breakfast with an excellent service located in the bohemian district of Barranco. The Italian-Peruvian couple Carmen and Francesco are passionate hosts making you feel at home right from the start. They are happy to share their knowledge about Lima and give you tips and advice for a great stay in Li...

B&B Tradiciones

B&Bs - Guesthouses
Located just a 10 minutes walk from the center of Miraflores, the B&B Tradiciones is a basic and comfortable home away from home. The owner Angelo and his family are very friendly and helpful. They are more than happy to share their huge knowledge of the city, give advice and help with planning and booking tours. Great customer service!
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Founded in April 1826, the National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History of Peru (MNAAHP) is Peru's oldest state museum. On display is a wide range of perfectly preserved pre-Hispanic ceramics, textiles, metals, organic materials and lithic's. Objects of historic-artistic value are exhibited. The documentary, photographic and bibliographic collections tell...
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