Prestigious location in the safe San Isidro business district
Beautifully maintained, historic property, recognized as a Peruvian cultural monument
Spacious, stylishly designed rooms with good views, some with balconies
Opulent bathrooms with designer toiletries; some feature separate whirlpool tubs
300+ art pieces on loan from Pedro de Osma Museum
Small outdoor plunge pool, modern gym, and full-service spa
Lavish breakfast buffet (not always included)
Excellent Peruvian restaurant, atmospheric English Bar, and lovely lobby bar
Discounted green fees at 18-hole Lima Golf Club across the street
10 meeting rooms accommodate up to 600 people
Free Wi-Fi throughout, plus 24-hour business center
Plentiful public parking outside the hotel
Breakfast not always included in rates
Gym could be more extensively equipped
Most Lima attractions are beyond walking distance
In a prestigious San Isidro location lined with embassies, the historic Country Club Lima Hotel is an 83-room luxury property that blends colonial-style elegance with modern comfort, incorporating 300+ pieces of original art. Decor throughout feels elegant and posh, while rooms are spacious and stylish, and some have balconies. The best of the palatial bathrooms come with separate whirlpool tubs. Facilities include a small outdoor plunge pool, modern gym (though equipment could be more extensive), and full-service spa, plus guest privileges at the 18-hole Lima Golf Club. The Perroquet Restaurant serves excellent Peruvian cuisine, the intimate English Bar is open late, and there’s a lovely lobby bar, plus a lavish breakfast buffet. The Swissotel Lima has a similar caliber of facilities, but more modern decor and lower rates.
Historic, romantic property -- a Peruvian cultural monument -- that fuses classic charm with modern design touches
Built in 1927, this is a romantic, business-geared property that has been declared a Peruvian cultural monument, and there are 300+ pieces of celebrated artwork on loan here. The grand, colonial-style cream building’s dome-like entrance has a red-carpet approach, fronted by symmetrical palm trees and hedges. The extravagantly decorated lobby retains original charm, including beautiful dark-wood ceiling beams, suspended chandelier-style downlighting, and a mix of posh cream-and-gray marble flooring and ornate red-and-black carpet. Wood features heavily, including in the classic-feeling Perroquet Restaurant and the moody English Bar. The bright, airy Salon Vitrales has a skylight roof and white marble flooring, and the well-tended grounds sport a secret-garden feel, especially around the plunge pool. Guests are a mix of well-heeled couples, families, and business travelers.
Set in the safe-feeling, exclusive business district, but a drive from most sights
The hotel is located just across from the Lima Golf Club, in the safe-feeling and exclusive San Isidro business district, which is home to several embassies such as India and China. However, Lima’s historic attractions are a drive away, as is the nearest subway station.
Eight minutes to Javier Prado subway station and Amano Museum by car
11 minutes to Amor Park by car
12 minutes to Huaca Pucllana and National Archaeological Museum by car
12 minutes to Larco Museum by car
13 minutes to Miraflores Central Park, John F. Kennedy Park, and Magic Water Circuit by car
20 minutes to Pedro de Osma Museum and Larcomar shopping mall by car
24 minutes to Cercado de Lima historic district by car
30 minutes to Jorge Chavez International Airport by car
Spacious and stylish rooms with gorgeous bathrooms; some with whirlpool tubs
Spacious, stylish rooms fuse classic charm with modern conveniences. Decor sports beige-brown carpets, large dark-wood windows, and neutral floor-to-ceiling curtains. Plush beds feature Beautyrest mattresses and striking floral headboards against dark-wood paneled accent walls. Freestanding bedside tables and large marble-topped desks are stylish. Pricier rooms add connected lounges with elegant sofas and armchairs, while whopping 1,615-square-foot (150-square-meter) Presidential Suites have separate living rooms. Some Governor Rooms, and all Presidential Suites, have balconies; most rooms have pleasant views.
Amenities include air-conditioning, large flat-screen TVs, phones, free Wi-Fi, safes, minibars, robes, slippers, extensive miniature toiletries (by Algotherm in most rooms, and Clarins in the priciest categories), hairdryers, and irons and ironing boards. Evening turndown service is a luxurious touch.
Palatial bathrooms sport cream-beige marble walls and floors, sleek gray accent walls, and large, freestanding wood-framed vanities with white-gray marble countertops and modern sinks. All have spacious walk-in showers with rainfall showerheads. Pricier categories also have soaking tubs, and whirlpool tubs in some Governor Rooms and all Governor Deluxe Suites and Presidential Suites.
Plunge pool, small gym, spa, and lovely restaurant and bars, plus extensive conference facilities
Extensive facilities include a small outdoor plunge pool, modern gym with cardio machines and free weights (though no weightlifting machines), and full-service spa. Guests also get discounted green fees at the neighboring golf club. The Perroquet Restaurant serves excellent a-la-carte Peruvian and international cuisine from early morning to late evening; there’s sheltered garden seating and room service. The all-day Los Vitrales lobby bar is popular for afternoon tea, and has regular live music. The well-stocked English Bar offers drinks and light meals from lunchtime until the wee hours. The breakfast buffet, though lavish, isn’t always included in room rates.
For business travelers, 10 contemporary meeting rooms can host up to 600 attendants. There’s a cozy, 24-hour business center with internet terminals and printing facilities, and Wi-Fi is free throughout the hotel. There’s ample publicly managed parking just outside.
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