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The Westin Lima Hotel & Convention Center

The Westin Lima Hotel & Convention Center Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Opened in 2011, the Westin Lima Hotel is one of the newest and (with 301 rooms) largest hotels in the city. It's located on the outskirts of San Isidro, and though its focus may be on business travelers (it's home to the largest meeting facility in Peru) its upscale, resort-like feel appeals to others as well. The hotel features a top-notch spa, a sleek indoor pool, a large fitness center, and multiple dining options, including a chic bar and a restaurant with a popular breakfast buffet. The rooms have a mod, masculine vibe, with furniture in shades of brown, sleek lines, and modern amenities such as flat-screen TVs and iPod docks -- but some find the vibe taken a tad too far, as the dimly lit, sexy halls can be difficult to navigate.
Country Club Lima Hotel

Country Club Lima Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The historic Country Club Lima Hotel blends classic elegance with modern comfort. This 83-room property feels upscale with classic decor, wood accents, and up-to-date amenities such as iPod docks and flat-screen TVs. Palatial bathrooms are gorgeous and many feature separate soaking tubs. Features here include a small but intimate outdoor pool, small fitness room, and guest privileges at the 18-hole Lima Country Club. There is also an excellent restaurant, Perroquet Restaurant, and the English Bar serves some of the best cocktails in Lima. This sophisticated property was remodeled in 2008 and includes over 300 pieces of original art, but there is a pesky fee for Wi-Fi.
Melia Lima

Melia Lima Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This four-pearl business hotel, located on the western edge of residential San Isidoro, is perfectly adequate, though nothing about it really stands out. The small outdoor pool is average, and the spa -- though affordable -- is somewhat uninviting. There is a nicely equipped fitness center, and the business center is spacious with multiple computers and free coffee. Most of the 180 rooms aren’t anything special, with somewhat bland decor, and in some, old tube TVs. The Level, which is the concierge floor, offers more bang for the buck -- with free breakfast buffet and an evening open bar, as well as rooms with flat-screen TVs, deep Jacuzzi tubs, and a more contemporary style. It's worth comparing rates with the Sonesta Hotel El Olivar and the Swissotel, both of which have more central locations in the San Isidoro neighborhood.
Atton San Isidro

Atton San Isidro Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upscale, business-oriented hotel is located in safe and quiet San Isidro, a couple of blocks from the business district. Spacious, clean rooms offer up-to-date touches, such as flat-screen TVs, stocked mini-fridges, and large work desks; decor is contemporary, albeit generic. Highlights include an outdoor pool that is small, but lovely, and a chic restaurant serving local cuisine in minimalist surroundings. The solid amenities, San Isidro location, and underground parking will likely appeal to business travelers, but tourists might prefer a more happening location, such as neighboring Miraflores.
Thunderbird Hotel Fiesta & Casino

Thunderbird Hotel Fiesta & Casino Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Though the first three floors of the Thunderbird Hotel are occupied by a 55,000-square-foot casino, the hotel caters to leisure and business travelers alike, with many guests coming here for extended stays. The 66 loft-style rooms each feature a kitchenette, a living area, and a powder room on the lower level, and a bedroom, a full bathroom, and a work desk in the lofted area. Because of the stairs, the room set-up may not be conducive to families with small children, and the decor and kitchenettes are a bit dated, but the indoor pool and fitness center are perks. The hotel also features a small spa with five nice treatment rooms, each with its own Jacuzzi tub.
Casa Andina Private Collection - Miraflores

Casa Andina Private Collection - Miraflores Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Casa Andina Private Collection could be considered one of the top hotels in Lima, if it weren't for the lackluster decor. Rooms feel somewhat bland (despite the Peruvian artwork throughout), but they are huge across the board and have flat-screen TVs, plentiful natural light, and comfortable beds. The Imperial Suite has a decidedly more luxe bathroom than the rest, as it features a marble Jacuzzi tub and separate shower. Solid amenities, such as the indoor rooftop pool, Joop Salon, and fitness center with modern equipment, help the property stand out from its competitors. It's a good pick for business travelers and couples alike.
Sonesta Hotel El Olivar

Sonesta Hotel El Olivar Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 134-room Sonesta El Olivar is a high-end choice in the upscale residential neighborhood of San Isidro. Aside from its safe, walkable location, the hotel stands out for its long list of on-site amenities: a fitness center, a salon, a business center with free coffee and cookies, a spacious rooftop pool, two tasty restaurants, and 24-hour room service. Rooms are large, with massive flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, minibars, and fresh flowers (a nice touch), but the beige-heavy decor -- with some dated furniture and sparsely adorned walls -- isn't as luxurious as one may expect from a four-pearl hotel.
Delfines Hotel & Casino

Delfines Hotel & Casino Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 206-room Delfines Hotel attracts business travelers with its many meeting spaces and business-friendly location. Rooms are typical of a business-oriented, upscale hotel: They are clean and updated -- with flat-screen TVs and DVD players -- but decor, though fresh, is relatively bland, and there is a pesky fee for Wi-Fi. There are plenty of on-site amenities, including a coffee shop, a casino for nightly entertainment, a small outdoor pool, a spa, and a fitness center. The most notable feature used to be the dolphin aquarium (delfines means dolphins in Spanish), but it no longer holds dolphins; the tank itself can still be viewed by patrons at Oceanus Restaurant, Oceanus Lounge, and Delphos Bistro.
Swissotel Lima

Swissotel Lima Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 244-room Swissotel in upscale San Isidro caters to business travelers. Other than the standard rooms, all rooms grant access to the Executive Lounge, which includes Internet access and free breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, and an open bar during cocktail hour. Rooms have massive flat-screen TVs and spacious marble bathrooms, and the hotel maintains a luxurious vibe throughout, from the rooms to the restaurants to the fitness center. The Swissotel is one of the best four-pearl hotels in the neighborhood, and can have steep prices, so some may want to consider the nearby Sonesta Hotel El Olivar -- not quite as upscale, but with a similar ambiance and generally lower prices.
Miraflores Park Hotel

Miraflores Park Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This luxury property may be the stateliest hotel in Lima, with a wood-paneled lobby and a chic rooftop pool deck featuring amazing ocean and city views. Rooms are elegant, with royal blue upholstery, gold-toned accents, Italian sheets, flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, and rain showerheads in the marble bathrooms. But they're not quite as luxurious as one might expect for the price, and could use an update. The hotel's Miraflores location is superb, near both the enormous Larcomar mall and the beach.


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