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Hotel B

Lima, Peru

Lima's very first luxury boutique hotel, Hotel B, has opened its doors in the bohemian art district of Barranco. This wonderfully restored colonial mansion provides the perfect base to immerse oneself in the city’s thriving art and culinary scenes.

At a Glance

  • Lima's first luxury boutique hotel

  • An oasis of calm in the bustling city

  • Within easy reach of art galleries, restaurants and designer boutiques

  • Worlds apart from Lima's high-rise business hotels

  • Roof-top deck exclusive to guests serving delicious sun downer cocktails. Enjoy views out towards the Pacific

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Insider's View

Hotel B is right next to one of the most well-known art galleries in Lima, Lucia de la Puente

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Call us on (858) 523-9000 to start planning your vacation to Hotel B or take a look at our itineraries to Lima and the Desert Coast

Description

Originally built in the style of the Belle Epoque, by French architect Claude Sahut, the mansion served as a seaside retreat during the presidency of Augusto Leguia in the 1920s. The mansion has since been lovingly restored and brought back to life as a stunning luxury boutique hotel maintaining a classic colonial design. It is a far cry from the high rise hotels that poke through Lima's skyline in neighboring Miraflores and San Isidro providing guests with a new type of hotel experience in the capital.

Each of Hotel B’s 17 guests rooms are unique and elegantly designed with private terraces, patios, and foyers. Many rooms have high ceilings and exposed wood beams that add to the charm and history of this distinguished hotel. 7 of the rooms are located in an annexe building and all equipped with modern comforts. A highlight is the roof-top lounge serving excellent evening cocktails and views over the roof-tops to the Pacific Ocean. Dine at Hotel B’s signature restaurant featuring Peruvian-Mediterranean cuisine by celebrated chef, Oscar Velarde.

Hotel B is located right next door to Lucia de la Puente Gallery, one of Lima's most acclaimed arts houses, with which it shares an artistic vision. Lucia de la Puente Gallery will be open for the hotel's guests for private viewings. To top it off, Hotel B boasts its own collection of contemporary and traditional Peruvian and Latin American art which will be displayed throughout the historic mansion.

Accommodation

Hotel B's guest rooms are very comfortable, spacious and traditionally furnished. Ten have been restored maintaining many original features of the mansion, and seven are in an annex. They are all equipped with modern comforts such as high-speed wireless internet, minibar, plasma TV with HD channels and an iPod docking station.

Alcoba - 205 - 236 sq feet - 4 Contemporary Queen Bedded rooms

2 located on the first floor of the historic mansion and 2 on the second and third floor of the contemporary wing. Split bathroom include separate WC and rain shower with single basin in main room. Sitting area includes sofa (seats one), desk with chair, vintage armoire and cabinet.

Aposento - 236 -387 sq feet - 8 King (two twin) Bedded rooms

Situated throughout the historic mansion and the contemporary wing on all floors, overlooking either Calle San Martin or the inner Patio. Walk-in bathrooms have separate rain shower and WC; some include a stand-alone bathtub. Sitting area includes couch (seats two), chair, table, vintage armoire and cabinet.

Atelier - 280 - 452sq feet - 5 King Bedded Rooms

Located on the second floor of the historic mansion, Atelier rooms include either a foyer or private terrace overlooking the Boulevard. The walk-through, open format bathrooms include twin vanity basins, separate rain shower and WC; some include a standalone bathtub and desk. couch (seats two), plus a chair, table, cocktail table, vintage armoire and cabinet.

Facilities

The largest room at the center of the Hotel B is La Sala or living room, which serves as a reception and gathering area. Adjacent to the lobby, La Biblioteca or library is a quiet room on the main floor, replete with maps and books reminiscent of a classic Explorer’s Club. There is an enclosed central patio with abundant greenery which separates the old house from the contemporary annex and an outdoor deck on the rooftop overlooking Barranco and the Pacific Ocean with a full bar and a light menu, available during the warmer months. The hotel’s restaurant, bar and lounge have been carefully designed to serve as an introduction to Lima’s exciting restaurant scene.

Location & Directions

Lima, Peru

Hotel B is ideally located on the corner of Boulevard Saenz Peña and Calle San Martin in the heart of Barranco; Lima´s bohemian neighborhood, two blocks away from the Pacific and five minutes from exclusive Miraflores. Hotel B is surrounded by historic houses, art galleries, restaurants and the famous Puente de los Suspiros (Lima’s Bridge of Sighs).

When to go

Lima’s weather is very temperate due to its proximity to the equator. Winters in Lima can be quite grey as a result of the humid climate. Through most of winter Lima is covered in a layer of clouds and a light drizzle, or ‘garúa’; average temperatures are around 15°C. The summer months of December to March tend to be sunny and temperatures average around 22°C, though they can go as high as 27°C.

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Call us on (858) 523-9000 to start planning your vacation to Hotel B or take a look at our itineraries to Lima and the Desert Coast

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