Bright, comfortable rooms, a convenient location, and a tendency to charge significantly less than the rack rate make this hotel a good option for travelers who like high-end amenities but don't want to pay a fortune for them. It's a short walk to the bars and restaurants of Miraflores, but the hotel's Peruvian fusion restaurant, Miso, is also worthing trying. The rooftop terrace bar, next to a small pool, is popular with young Limeños on weekends, when a DJ spins house music all night long. The carpeted rooms have comfortable beds, hardwood desks, and giant windows. Superior rooms on the building's western corner have twice as many windows and ocean views.
Av. 28 de Julio 151, Lima, 18, Peru