Historic paintings from the Museo Pedro de Osma hang in the lobby and in each room in this colonial-style hotel, which dates to 1926 and is itself a work of art. Just follow the red carpet up the steps into the lobby, where hand-painted tiles reflect the yellows and greens of the stained-glass ceiling. The air of refinement continues in the spacious rooms, with their high ceilings, marble-top desks, and beds draped with fine fabrics and piled with pillows. Some have private balconies that overlook the small, oval-shape pool or the grounds of the adjacent Club Real. Locals come for high tea (Tuesday to Friday from 5:30 to 8:30) in the stained-glass atrium bar, traditional Peruvian fare in the elegant Perroquet restaurant, or a pisco sour in the adjacent pub.