Accommodation

There is a vast selection of hotels and alternative accommodation possibilities in Lima to choose from, and you'll surely be able to find something that also suits your budget. Hotel room prices in one of the major brands are not much different from anywhere in the world, and you can easily spend anywhere from $150 to $300 a night (or even more).

The Bed & Breakfast establishments or Guesthouses (some of them in beautiful old colonial houses) charm with a much more personal touch and prices vary on the level of comfort offered. If it comes down to a tight budget, you can consider one of the many Hostels in the Peruvian capital. As the traffic in the city is terrible, choose your favourite accommodation close to your desired activities to avoid unnecessary hassle.

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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 an...
Relax in supreme luxury at Delfines Hotel and Casino, where the best of Lima's upscale San Isidro district awaits just outside your door. Admire stunning views of the city or ocean while enjoying the perks of five-star accommodations. Each of our 206 charming rooms and suites combine convenient amenities with warm and friendly service. Perfect f...
The Hotel and Spa Golf Los Incas has a full service spa, an outdoor pool and a health club. Public areas have access to high speed internet wired and wireless (charges apply). This 4-star hotel features business amenities including a business center open 24 hours, meeting rooms for small groups and a conference or meetings. The amenities include...
The Estelar Hotel Miraflores is as the name already suggests located in Miraflores, one of the most interesting (tourist) districts of Lima with great shopping facilities, a great variety of restaurants and a bustling night-life highlighting the Peruvian culture nearby.
Located in Miraflores, dotted with lush green parks overlooking the ocean, the seaside suburb of Miraflores unsurprisingly attracts many visitors each year. Magnificently suited for business and pleasure, the Crowne Plaza Hotel Lima is centrally located in the popular commercial district. The hotel features seven exquisite meeting rooms, excelle...
The Gran Hotel Bolivar is located in the center of downtown Lima. It is close to Plaza San Martin and offers free Wi-Fi. Shops, restaurants and public transportation are within walking distance. All rooms include a balcony, with a view of the plaza. The modern rooms are tastefully decorated and well equipped, with private bathrooms and classic f...
Located within Jorge Chávez International Airport, the Costa del Sol hotel offers guests first class infrastructure and service that will make their stay in the capital a true pleasure. Thanks to its strategic location directly opposite the terminal, you will be able to save time during your stay and optimize your rest. In this way, you will ben...
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National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History - Lima, Peru.mp4

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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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