Where to Stay in Lima – Hotels in Miraflores, Barranco & More

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Where to stay in Lima? If you visit Peru, you’ll probably ask yourself this question. That’s why we’ve put together this list of the best hotels in Lima. Like many travelers, our top recommendation for most travelers is to look at Lima hotels in Miraflores, but our tips don’t stop there. In addition to Miraflores hotels, we cover hotels in Barranco and Lima hotels in the historic district, as well as hotels near the airport in Lima Peru.

Where to stay in Lima? Here a list of some of the best hotels in Lima Peru. You’ll find Lima hotels in Miraflores, as well as top hotels in Barranco district, and Lima hotels in the historic center. Also hotels near the airport in Lima Peru. Peru family travel | lima peru things to do | lima peru hotels | lima peru miraflores | miraflores lima peru | miraflores peru | Barranco Lima Peru | peru travel guide | peru travel tips | Centro Historico | El Malecon

Where to Stay in Lima: Miraflores Hotels & More

Peru is an amazing place to explore — with kids or without. Most people venture to Peru for Macchu Picchu and other Incan ruins, and we would recommend this, too. Yet Peru’s capital is also a great city to explore.

If you visit Peru, make time to see Lima as well. In this post, we’ll go through where to stay in Lima: from luxurious hotels in Miraflores to boutique B&B’s in Barranco to clean and functional hotels near the Lima airport.

Lima Landmarks

When describing many of the hotels in Miraflores, Barranco and elsewhere, I will use some of the most famous Lima landmarks and attractions to give you a sense of what’s nearby. Here are a few of them.

El Malecón

This walkway runs along the cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean and connects many of the city’s most beautiful parks with beautiful gardens along the way.

Larcomar

Essentially just a fancy shopping mall, but it has some great restaurants, a playground and a great location on the Malecón.

Parque del Amor (Park of Love)

A lovely sculpture garden along the Malecón with excellent views of the ocean and paragliders. Great photo spot.

Kennedy Park

Lovely urban park in Miraflores surrounded by shopping and dining.

Plaza de Armas

Downtown Lima’s main square, flanked by some of the most important UNESCO-certified buildings.

La Puente de Los Suspiros (the Bridge of Sighs)

This 19th-century bridge is in the heart of the Barranco district and a common landmark.

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Hotels in Miraflores, Lima Peru

Lima hotels in Miraflores Peru will be some of the most recommended in the city, as the Miraflores district is safe, cultured and full of shopping and dining.

There are probably more great hotels in Miraflores Peru than there are in all the neighboring districts combined, but that doesn’t mean that it’s the only place to stay in Lima. That said, we think Miraflores hotels are a great place to start or end your Peru holiday.

Belmond Miraflores Park

If you’re looking at luxury Lima hotels in Miraflores, then look no further. By most accounts, this is the best hotel in Lima. The rooms are luxurious and spacious, and some bathing areas have their own sauna. There’s a heated pool, as well as an 11th-floor patio for watching sunsets over the Pacific.

Located right on the Malecón walkway, you have some of the most scenic areas of the city a stroll away. Staff and service are what you expect from a 5-star hotel in Lima and the restaurant options will satisfy gastro-tourists. Of course, you’re paying for this 5-star service, but if your budget allows, then this is the place to splurge.

  • Pool: Yes (heated)
  • Wifi: Yes, complimentary
  • Location: On the Malecón, walking distance from Larcomar
  • Room Details: Kids under 6 can use an extra bed or cot at no charge, but some rooms can’t hold an extra bed so it’s better to check with the hotel before booking.

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JW Marriot Lima

Where to stay in Lima? Here a list of some of the best hotels in Lima Peru. You’ll find Lima hotels in Miraflores, as well as top hotels in Barranco district, and Lima hotels in the historic center. Also hotels near the airport in Lima Peru. Peru family travel | lima peru things to do | lima peru hotels | lima peru miraflores | miraflores lima peru | miraflores peru | Barranco Lima Peru | peru travel guide | peru travel tips | Centro Historico | El Malecon

Another excellent choice for luxury Lima hotels in Miraflores. Located directly in front of the Larcomar, the JW Marriot gives you easy walking access to the best of Miraflores. You have the Malecón as well as excellent dining and spa treatments and 5-star service. The gym is quite good. Just keep in mind that their pool is only open during their summertime: December through March. Sea-view rooms are recommended.

  • Pool: Yes (open December to March)
  • Wifi: Free in public areas, charges apply for rooms
  • Location: Right in front of Larcomar Mall and the Malecón
  • Room Details: Kids 12 and under can stay in existing bedding for free.

Book Now: JW Marriot Lima at Booking.com

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Hilton Lima Miraflores

Where to stay in Lima? Here a list of some of the best hotels in Lima Peru. You’ll find Lima hotels in Miraflores, as well as top hotels in Barranco district, and Lima hotels in the historic center. Also hotels near the airport in Lima Peru. Peru family travel | lima peru things to do | lima peru hotels | lima peru miraflores | miraflores lima peru | miraflores peru | Barranco Lima Peru | peru travel guide | peru travel tips | Centro Historico | El Malecon

Out of the best hotels in Lima Peru, this is where to go for a Jacuzzi at sunset. There are two on the roof. The Hilton gets high marks for service and food, although breakfast is not included. Rooms and bathing areas are very spacious for those with rambunctious kids.

Consider booking a room on the executive suite. At the time of writing, the additional cost works out to be about the same as eating in the Hilton restaurants. That’s if you factor in that the executive floor rooms come with the lounge which has food. One of the best Lima hotels in Miraflores

  • Pool: Yes, and 2 Jacuzzis
  • Wifi: Yes. Free in public areas
  • Location: In the heart of Miraflores, near lots of dining options. 6 blocks from the Malecón.
  • Room Details: One or two kids under twelve can stay free in existing bedding. Additional kids/adults stay free in an extra bed, but only one additional bed allowed.

Book Now: Hilton Lima Miraflores at Booking.com

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Miraflores Colon

Looking for more affordable Lima hotels in Miraflores? Then you might want to consider the Miraflores Colon. It’s a little dated and the pool is small, but it’s a short walk to the Malecón walkway and all that Miraflores has to offer. They also have triple rooms. These are great for traveling families looking for Lima hotels in good locations.

  • Pool: Yes (small/unheated)
  • Wifi: Yes
  • Location: 2 blocks from the Malecón
  • Room Details: All kids under 6 can stay for free in existing bedding or cots/cribs.

Book Now: Miraflores Colon at Booking.com

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Hotel Jose Antonio Lima

An excellent mid-range Lima hotel in Miraflores. It’s not on the Malecón, but a short walk away. Rooms were Business-traveler simple and clean, with a working safe and exceptional water pressure and hot water in the shower. I forgot my North Face jacket here, and they were excellent about getting it back to me.

  • Pool: No
  • Wifi: Yes
  • Location:10 minutes on foot to Larcomar & the Malecón. Minutes from good restaurants.
  • Room Details: All children under 6 years are charged for extra beds, and the max # of extra beds in a room is 1. Best to check with the hotel about extra bed and price before booking.

Book Now: Hotel Jose Antonio Lima at Booking.com

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Selina Miraflores

Smack in the heart of Miraflores, this branch of the up-and-coming Selina chain is off of the best budget hotels in Lima Peru. Or is a boutique hostel? Maybe both? The Selina Miraflores has bunk dorm rooms as well as private rooms with shared bathrooms.

It has a funky décor and a fantastic shared kitchen with a location next to a large supermarket. There’s even a “Cinema Room” showing movies, TV, and sports. It’s one of the best hostels in Peru, but one odd policy worth noting is that rooms have neither phone nor TV. Even the private rooms. But Selina staff are responsive to Whatsapp texts.

  • Pool: No
  • Wifi: Yes
  • Location: 8 minutes on foot to Kennedy Park. 15 minutes to Larcomar
  • Room Details: 1 or 2 kids under ten cab stay free in existing bedding.

Book Now: Selina Miraflores at Booking.com

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Lima White House

Another contender for the best hostels in Lima Peru would be Lima White House. This hostel/hotel in Lima is very close to the ocean and walking distance from Larcomar and other Miraflores attractions. The common areas and a shared kitchen are warm and cozy. Yet people staying in rooms with shared bathroom facilities may need to wait for a shower.

  • Pool: No
  • Wifi: Yes
  • Location:10 minutes on foot from Parque del Amor and Larcomar
  • Room Details: Maximum number of extra beds in a room is 3.

Book Now: Lima White House at Booking.com

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Hotel Casa Cielo

This little boutique hotel in Lima is a great option for those who want to be in the heart of Miraflores’ shopping and dining scene. Many rooms have a balcony. Lower floors have some street noise but surprisingly little. Breakfast is served on the roof in the sun.

  • Pool: No
  • Wifi: Yes (best on lower floors)
  • Location: Minutes from Kennedy Park, seconds from the Chocolate Museum
  • Room Details: Suites have a double bed & bunk beds

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Hotel El Carmelo Miraflores

This budget hotel in Miraflores has simple, spare rooms and a fantastic location. It’s basically across the street from the Parque del Amor. Other Miraflores attractions like Kennedy Park and Larcomar are a 10-15 minute walk away. It’s worth mentioning that this Miraflores hotel does not have an elevator.

  • Pool: No
  • Wifi: Yes
  • Location: Three minutes on foot to Parque del Amor and the Malecón
  • Room Details: Any additional children or adults are charged for extra beds, and the max # of extra beds in a room is 1. Best to check with the hotel about extra bed and price before booking.

Book Now: Hotel El Carmelo Miraflores at Booking.com

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Where to Stay in Lima Aside from Miraflores Hotels

Miraflores hotels are some of the most popular in the country, but many of the best hotels in Lima Peru lie outside this tony cosmopolitan area. For example, there are some excellent hotels in Barranco, the hip, neighboring district. For those who want to experience Lima’s colonial past and the UNESCO sites, then they might seek the best hotels in Lima’s historic downtown.

Then there are those with late arrivals or early departures from the city (believe me, there are many). For these situations, you might want to consider hotels near the airport in Lima Peru, as the Lima airport is at least 40 minutes away — or much longer traffic depending.

We enjoy the Miraflores area, but there is much more to Lima than this. With this in mind, here is where to stay in Lima outside of Miraflores.

Hotels in Barranco Lima, Peru

The Barranco neighborhood sits just south of Miraflores and is a great place to explore in its own right. The area is full of restaurants, galleries, and museums worth checking out, as well as charming colonial architecture.

Villa Barranco by Ananay Hotels

Originally built in 1920, this is one of the most unique hotels in Lima. Each room is spacious and has own interesting decor and furnishings. This is a converted colonial home, and you get the feel of that when staying here. The on-site food is great (vegetarian options available) but you’re also close to great dining. Because it’s an old house, we recommend staying on higher floors. Some lower rooms experience noise from the rooms above.

  • Pool: No
  • Wifi: Yes
  • Location: Minutes on foot to galleries, restaurants and the Bridge of Sighs
  • Room Details: Kids under 2 free in a cot.

Book Now: Villa Barranco by Ananay Hotels at Booking.com

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Casa Fanning Apart Hotel

Can’t make up your mind between the best hotels in Miraflores and the best hotels in Barranco? At Casa Fanning, you get a little of both. Set near the border of the Barranco and Miraflores districts, you are within walking distance of both. For further-flung destinations, the staff at Casa Fanning are there to help with taxis. These are more like apartment rentals, really. They come with kitchenettes, but there is also breakfast on-site that can be delivered to your room if desired.

  • Pool: yes (small but rooftop)
  • Wifi: Yes
  • Location: On the border of Miraflores & Barranco. 15-min walk to each area, or 5 minutes in a taxi
  • Room Details: All rooms have double beds. Apartments sleep 2-5 comfortably. One kid under 2 free in a cot/crib. One kid under 5 free in existing bedding.

Book Now: Casa Fanning Apart Hotel at Booking.com

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Casa Falleri Boutique Hotel

Another vintage Lima hotel experience. Casa Falleri is a boutique hotel in Lima built in a mansion from the early 20th century. There are few rooms for more of a homey experience. It’s right on the main road of Barranco, which means it’s walking distance to everything. Yet on weekends, the street-side rooms have a little noise.

  • Pool: No
  • Wifi: Yes
  • Location: Next to galleries and a 10-minute walk to the Bridge of Sighs
  • Room Details: Kids under 5 are free in existing bedding.

Book Now: Casa Falleri Boutique Hotel at Booking.com

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Trendy Host Osma, Barranco

If you prefer a more modern Lima hotel experience, then look at these apartment rentals. They’re clean and sleek, with a stocked kitchen. Laundry machines on site as well (make sure you have coins). It’s a great location too, sitting on the tree-lined avenue that leads into the heart of the district, making Barranco easily walkable. Just don’t be fooled by the “pool.” Like many in Lima hotels, it’s a plunge pool at best.

  • Pool: Yes, but more like a plunge pool
  • Wifi: Yes
  • Location: Minutes on foot from the heart of Barranco.
  • Room Details: Apartments sleep up to 6 comfortably. No room for extra beds.

Book Now: Trendy Host Osma, Barranco at Booking.com

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Best Lima Hotels in the Historic Center

Many people are looking for where to stay in Lima near the UNESCO sites. If that’s you, then here are a few of the best hotels in Lima Peru’s historic downtown. These Lima hotels site within walking distance of Cathedrals, the Catacombs, and Lima’s regal Plaza de Armas square.

La Quinta de Amat

For those on a budget, this is one of the best budget hotels in Lima. Especially when considering the location. Super close to many of Lima’s UNESCO Heritage site locations. That said, the walls are thin and so if you might need earplugs if you have a noisy neighbor.

  • Pool: No
  • Wifi: Yes
  • Location: 5 minutes walk from Plaza de Armas, the Catacombs and the Open Air Museum
  • Room Details: One child under 6 years is charged even when using existing beds. There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.

Book Now: La Quinta de Amat at Booking.com

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Hotel Continental Lima

If you’re looking for a hotel in Lima’s historic district, then this one fits the bill. It’s 10 minutes on foot to the Plaza de Armas, Lima’s main square. Walk a few minutes more and you’ve arrived at the Convent, the catacombs and the Open Air Museum. The Continental is a little dated worn at the edges, but the rooms are clean and the staff is professional.

  • Pool: No
  • Wifi: Yes
  • Location: Heart of historic district.
  • Room Details: One kid under six stays free in existing bedding.

Book Now: Hotel Continental Lima at Booking.com

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Apartamento 5 Estrellas en Centro Histórico de Lima

If you’re traveling with a large group and prefer apartment rentals, then this is where to stay in Lima. These large apartment rentals in Lima’s historic district sleeps up to six and have a kitchen with an oven. You also get a washer and dryer, to keep up with laundry. Each apartment has 2 bedrooms and a living room with a sofa bed.

  • Pool: No, but a hot tub
  • Wifi: Yes
  • Location: Right next to the Plaza de Armas
  • Room Details: Apartments sleep up to 5 or 6 adults. When in need of an extra bed or cot, it’s best to check with the hotel before booking.

Book Now: Apartamento 5 Estrellas en Centro Histórico de Lima at Booking.com

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Hotels Near Airport in Lima Peru

Visiting Peru often means odd and inconvenient flight times. It’s not unusual to arrive at the Lima airport after midnight or to fly out at 6:00 am. Believe me, we know. With this in mind, you might consider a Lima Peru hotel near airport.

The area near the airport (called Callao) is not really recommended much for sightseeing, so I would suggest staying out there only for the night before your departure or after your arrival. That said, staying at Lima hotels near the airport can be very useful, as traffic in the city is terrible and arriving for an early flight can be stressful. Therefore, here I suggest a few hotels near airport in Lima Peru.

Costa del Sol Wyndham Lima Airport

If you’re looking for Lima hotels near the airport, you can’t get much nearer than the Costa del Sol Wyndham Hotel. It’s actually connected directly to the Jorge Chavez International Airport. That’s Peru’s main airport and where your flight in and out of Peru likely originates. This makes it very convenient for layovers, late arrivals, and early departures. It’s literally just outside the arrivals area. Breakfast starts at 4:30 am, which is also useful for those early flights

  • Pool: Yes (small but indoor)
  • Wifi: Yes
  • Location: Connected to the International Airport
  • Room Details: One kid under twelve stays free in existing bedding (but breakfast not included for the child)

Book Now: Costa del Sol Wyndham Lima Airport at Booking.com

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Holiday Inn Lima Airport

Another great choice for Lima hotels near the airport. This Holiday Inn is quite new and the rooms look like it. You’re within walking distance of the airport. In fact, it’s just across the road, but probably best to take the shuttle, which leaves every 30 minutes. The ride takes around 5 minutes, but there could be others waiting so arrive early. The breakfast buffet gets high marks.

  • Pool: Yes (small indoor)
  • Wifi: Yes
  • Location: 5 min shuttle ride from Airport (but every 30min so arrive early)
  • Room Details: Books rooms away from the street side

Book Now: Holiday Inn Lima Airport at Booking.com

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B&B Cusing Wasi

For budget travel, the B&B Cusing Wasi offers a more affordable option for hotels near airport in Lima Peru. The B&B Cusing Wasi offers shuttle services for both departures and arrivals. For example, they can wait for you at the arrivals gate with a placard with your name. Rooms are simple but clean and have good water pressure. Food available on site. Some rooms have a private bathroom, while others have shared.

  • Pool: No
  • Wifi: Yes
  • Location: 10 minutes door-to-door with airport
  • Room Details: Max # of extra beds is 2.

Book Now: B&B Cusing Wasi at Booking.com

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Tips: What to Expect from the Best Hotels in Lima Peru

Here’s a primer on what to expect from accommodation in Peru’s dynamic capital. Whether it’s hotels in Miraflores or hotels by the airport, here are a few Lima hotel tips worth reading. These tips will help you where to stay in Lima, and get the lost out of your Peru holiday.

Recommended Areas – Where to Stay in Lima

Like many cities in Latin America and other places we love, there are parts of town to stay and explore. By the same token, and then there are places we’d recommend you skip. In the case of Lima, we’re going to focus only on the areas to stay that we know to recommend: Miraflores, Barranco, the Historic Center of Lima and the Airport.

Of course, we have yet to fully explore the city, but for the purpose of this post, we’ll stick to these four spots to suggest some of the best hotels in Lima, Peru. If you know more and would like to give us suggestions, please let us know. We can’t wait to go back to Lima!

Miraflores Hotels

Miraflores is by far and away the most well-known and popular district of Lima for tourists and travelers. It’s safe, upscale, near the ocean and full of shopping and dining opportunities. For this reason, most people recommend hotels in Miraflores Peru more than any other place. Indeed, we will too.

We spent more time in Miraflores Peru than any other place in the country. You may also see places listed in San Isidro. This is the neighborhood just to the north of Miraflores and is similar in vibe. That said, Miraflores isn’t perfect for all travelers. For example, it’s a high-rent district, which means that it’s hard to find cheap eats and genuine street food.  We had to walk 15-20 minutes to find budget-friendly meals.

Barranco Hotels

Barranco is the district just south of Miraflores. Here there is more of a bohemian vibe, and there is a larger array of backpacker lodging here. It’s also where you’ll find lots of interesting galleries, artisanal shop, and great street art.

Historic Downtown Hotels

If you want to be near Lima’s colonial past, then the historic district is where it’s at. It’s older here, and the domineering Spanish architecture surrounds you. The convents and the catacombs. The courthouses and the cathedrals. It’s all here.

Airport Hotels

I recommend hotels near the airport in Lima because of the city’s od flight schedules. Flights arrive and depart here at all hours, it seems. Indeed, my parents’ flight arrived after midnight, and our return flight to Mexico City left at 7 am. What’s more, the airport is at least a 40-minute drive away from town, and that’s when there isn’t traffic. With this in mind, you might want to consider staying at a Lima hotel near airport for one night. You’ll get more sleep that way.

Expect Southern Hemisphere Seasons

This is obvious to many of you, but before booking hotels in Lima, remember that the country is in the southern hemisphere and its seasons are the reverse of what you would expect in the USA or UK. For example, January is summertime, and July is winter.

Pets (Often) Allowed

I was very surprised to see that pets are allowed in many of the best hotels in Lima Peru. Check the listing to confirm, but I was quite surprised.

Free Wifi Is Rarely Great

Even in some of the best Lima hotels in Miraflores, the complimentary wifi is often slow or unusable. In some cases, the signal is stronger near the reception desk or on the lower floors. If staying connected is important to you, then we suggest getting a local SIM card for your smartphone.

Air Conditioning is Rare (and Often Unnecessary)

Don’t expect aircon in every Lima hotel you book. Consider the season and if you’ll actually need it. For example, when we were there in December (summer), it only felt a little stuffy at mid-afternoon when the heat was at its peak. It cools down quick after sundown, and we had our window open by 7 pm.

Voltage & Power Outlets

Remember that Peru’s voltage is significantly higher than the USA and many other places. For example, most of the voltage in North America is between 100-120 volts. However, in Peru, it’s 220 volts — similar to Europe. You may have “dual voltage” devices or chargers, but make sure to check. Some of the best hotels in Miraflores Peru will have plugs to accommodate both voltages.

Peru also uses Type A and Type C plugs. Type A is the flat prongs used in North America. Type C is the round prongs often used in Europe, Africa, and Asia.

Another issue you may face is not enough outlets. Even some of the best hotels in Lima have only one or two plug outlets, and they have the TV and clock radio plugged into them. For example, more than once we had to unplug a lamp to charge a phone. We suggest bringing a plug adapter and extension cord or plug strip.

Late is Normal

Like many other Latin American cultures, it’s very common for people to be late. That includes tour guides and airport transfers. Traffic in Lima doesn’t help, either. It doesn’t always happen, and I wouldn’t be late yourself because you’re expecting everyone to be. However, it’s quite common to wait for a shuttle to arrive.

Most Pools are Small

Many of the best hotels in Lima listed below have pools but don’t expect something large or deep. Some of these Lima hotel pools are little more than a plunge pool.

Do You Know Where to Stay in Lima?

We’ve listed up Lima hotels in Miraflores Peru as well as hotels in Barranco and elsewhere. Where would you stay? What do you consider the best Lima hotels? Let us know in the comments!

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