This plain cement building with square windows doesn't look like much from the street, but step into its sleek lobby lined with couches and armchairs and you begin to see why it's one of Lima's more popular hotels. The spacious guest rooms are subdued but tasteful, with grey carpeting, wood along one wall, a big desk, and all the amenities you'd expect from a first-class hotel. The hotel's chic restaurant, Chabuca, serves nouveau Peruvian cuisine. Some tables are outside
on the patio, overlooking a heated lap pool.