Finding the best places to stay in Lima Peru can be challenging if you’re not familiar with the area. Some of the most popular neighborhoods include Barranco, Miraflores, San Isidro, and Historical Center. Each area offers different things to do, restaurants, and culture. Read more about the different neighborhoods in Lima.
Here are the 10 best places to stay in Lima Peru!
1. Miraflores Penthouse with Stunning Ocean Views
Located in Miraflores, the most secure and trendy neighborhood in Lima, you will be within walking distance to the best restaurants, the ocean boardwalk, shopping centers, and spas. Enjoy its three levels and 2,600 sq ft – living room with your friends in this three-bedroom penthouse with a rooftop terrace boasting amazing ocean and city views.
2. Luxury in Miraflores – pool with city views
Stylish and exquisite custom-designed, luxury apartment in the most exclusive area of Miraflores. The modern building has amazing city views from the terrace and pool area. You’ll be within walking distance of Park Kennedy, a central location for food, tours, transportation, restaurants, cafes, entertainment, attractions, and a shopping center.
3. Atemporal – Luxury and Historic in Miraflores
Serene and intimate with a timeless aesthetic, this six-room Casa is located in a quiet neighborhood within walking distance of Lima’s chic hub. The house preserves the individuality of original Peruvian mansions of the 1940’s – holding on to the personality and warmth of a family home. With six rooms and an intimate atmosphere, the timeless aesthetic is matched by its charming interior and old-school service – a quiet oasis within a buzzing city. Also offered is the complimentary use of bicycles.
4. Casa Republica Barranco
Bohemian Barranco, one of Lima’s most vibrant districts
Casa Republica is a Boutique hotel designed from the glory days of Peru’s Republican era. This unique 1920’s mansion has been impeccably maintained and offers guests beautifully decorated rooms. Located on a quiet street close to the district’s best restaurants, galleries and nightlife this hotel is perfect for those seeking respite from the hustle and bustle of Lima.
TIP: Visit the Sea Lions in Palomino Islands while you’re in Lima Peru
5. Innside by Meliá Lima Miraflores
An avant-garde hotel surrounded by the ocean, city, and culture.
Energy and modernity burst from every corner of this hotel reflecting the soul of Lima. A lively space in the magical district of Miraflores, surrounded by stores, restaurants, bars, picturesque gardens, and also the immensity of the Pacific Ocean. An ideal hotel for travelers seeking new experiences while still feeling at home.
6. Mariel Hotel Boutique & Apartment
best places to stay in lima Peru
Hotel Mariel, recently awarded by Tripadvisor, is a charming boutique hotel with local character, and beautifully decorated by the famous designer Karim Chaman. The atmosphere oozes Peru. Take a food tour around the city for some authentic Peruvian food, or Perfectly located in the center of Miraflores, two blocks from Kennedy Park, in front of Inca craft shops, and close to the best restaurants, museums, and financial centers.
If you are new to Lima, go on a half-day sightseeing tour to places like Cathedral & Santo Domingo Convent. You’ll get a good feel for the city and where you want to explore further.
Luxury Hotel in the District of Barranco
Casa Falleri is a hotel located in a restored mansion dating back to 1916.
8. Miraflores Park a Belmond Hotel
LIVE THE HIGH LIFE IN LIMA’S HOTTEST DISTRICT
Set in a verdant garden, Miraflores Park is a true urban sanctuary beside the city’s cultural gems
Miraflores Park is a luxury hotel destined to impress. Unwind in the Zest Spa, or put in some extra work hours in your sophisticated Suite with your own personal pool overlooking the city. Come evening, ascend to the rooftop pool for a sunset dip. The ocean views will take your breath away.
TIP: For dinner, try the Lima Gourmet Food Tour: Evening Experience.
9. Libre Hotel, BW Signature Collection
Libre Hotel in Miraflores is located in the corporate and tourist district of Lima, just 30 minutes from Jorge Chávez International Airport, 20 minutes from the Historic Center of Lima, and the most important points of the city. Around the hotel, you will be able to find banks, restaurants, clinics, and parks in the center, and along the boardwalk of Miraflores. There is also Shopping Larcomar, cinemas, and cultural and entertainment centers nearby. This is a great hotel for travelers on a budget.
TIP: Go on an adventure to see the Nazca Lines and visit the Huacachina Oasis while you’re in Lima.
10. Selina Posada Miraflores
Lima’s past is reflected in all aspects of its culture and the blend of Spanish, Indian, and African influences is unique to Peru’s coastline.
Located next to the ocean, just a few minute’s walk from specialty gift shops such as
Hangertips, and the Iglesia Virgen Milagrosa. Selina Posada Miraflores blends traditional criollismo style with a signature feel. Features include beautifully-designed standard and micro rooms, a Grab & Go bar perfect for hungry travelers on the go, and a retail store showcasing local, artisanal goods.
Wake up with the sun, grab a surfboard, and head to the beach to catch some waves before joining a guided bike tour of the area or signing up for an entire day of sandboarding in Huacachina.
I have never been to Peru but you have inspired me with some of these unique places to stay! Definitely pinning for a future trip, thanks for the tips!
I wish I had seen this a few years ago during our trip to Lima. I felt we just weren’t staying in the right area. Awesome list!
WOW I love the view from Miraflores
Innside looks dreamy, I couldn’t believe how affordable it is as well!! Thank you for this round up, a great head start on trip planning.
These look like great places to stay! Being able to see city views from the pool sounds amazing, I’d definitely like to stay at that hotel.
Such beautiful accomodations! That Miraflores Park one is STUNNING and would be my pick. Thanks for sharing!
Great post and super useful! Peru is on my bucket list of places I want to go, and this post comes in so handy. Thank you for sharing!