Villa Barranco is a charming boutique hotel located in a converted 1920s house in the Barranco district of Lima, famed for its bohemian vibes and cool arts scene. With just 9 guestrooms, this intimate home from home is great for independent travellers.
Within walking distance of great bars, restaurants and shopping boutiques
Just nine guestrooms and suites, all individually designed
Located on a peaceful, leafy street in Lima's Barranco neighbourhood, Villa Barranco offers a cosy base for exploring Peru's thriving capital, enjoying ocean views and a prime position away from the high rise buildings and traffic found in other parts of the city. This laidback hotel is perfect for those wanting privacy and a bit of quiet, whilst still being within easy reach of local dining, drinking, coffee and shopping hotspots.
The hotel itself is found within a beautiful converted home, with just nine individually decorated guestrooms and suites, showcasing a mix of local textiles and luxurious bedding and amenities. All are spacious and most provide a private section of garden or terrace where guests can unwind after a day of exploring. A small rooftop terrace is open just for hotel guests and comes equipped with a bar. This is the perfect spot to put your feet up and enjoy the distant ocean views with a cocktail in hand.
For guests who prefer to enjoy some independent exploration, the hotel has its own bikes which can be taken at leisure to discover the delights of Barranco. We can also arrange tours of the local area and beyond, as well as organising reservations at Lima's hottest restaurants to maximise your stay.
When to visit
Sip a pisco sour on the hotel's roof terrace and enjoy sunset ocean views.
Villa Barranco is located on a quiet street in the bohemian neighbourhood of Barranco in Lima, a short walk from shops, cafes, bars and galleries.
13-hour flight from London to Lima, followed by a 45-minute road transfer to the hotel. Please note that traffic conditions in Lima can be extremely busy and so timings vary considerably.
A Taste of Lima
A fascinating morning visiting Lima's Surquillo Market and the San Isidro Fish Market and joining passionate local Chef Gonzalo, who will teach you how to prepare a typical Peruvian meal and a Pisco Sour.
Discover Lima & the Larco Museum
Founded by Francisco Pizarro as the 'City of Kings', modern day Lima is a bustling and metropolitan city. Explore the colonial plazas, rediscovered Inca and pre-Inca archaeological sites, famous museums such as the Larco and the wonderful food!
Peru's Gastronomic Revolution
Peru’s cuisine has previously not been something to write home about – until now. In recent years, Peru has undergone somewhat of a gastronomic revolution.
Private Lima Tour
Enjoy a private guided tour of Lima to discover "The City of Kings", as it was named by its founder Francisco Pizarro is 1535 is now a bustling metropolis, with a vibrant food and art scene.