Peru’s capital Lima was named the City of Kings by its founder Francisco Pizarro in 1535 and is nestled between the Pacific Ocean and Andes mountains. On first impressions, Lima is often overlooked, but beneath the high rise buildings is an interesting colonial centre declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988 with finely preserved architecture.
Lima is also filled with many prestigious museums that offer an insight into the country’s fascinating history and the Larco Musuem is well worth a visit. Lima is also fast becoming the gastronomic capital of the Americas and the mix of ingredients used hail from its rich Andean, European, Oriental and African heritage. The food revolution has sparked a rise in world class restaurants in the city.
Miraflores Park, A Belmond Hotel
Miraflores Park, A Belmond Hotel is a luxurious European-style hotel, which forms part of the prestigious Belmond group and is located in the exclusive Miraflores district of Lima by the Pacific Ocean and within easy reach of superb restaurants.
Hotel B is a luxurious boutique hotel in the bohemian art district of Barranco, in Peru's lively capital. This wonderfully restored colonial mansion provides the perfect base to immerse oneself in Lima's thriving art and culinary scene.
Eclectic yet stylish, Atemporal is a beautiful boutique property in the chic Lima district of Miraflores, housed in a refurbished 1940s mansion. There are just nine guest rooms guaranteeing a relaxing and intimate stay with fabulous dining steps away.
Casa Andina Premium Miraflores
The Casa Andina Premium Collection is located in the heart of Miraflores, Lima's buzzy oceanfront residential neighborhood which is also home to some of the city's top restaurants and shops. The hotel is an affordable and efficient choice in Lima.
Hotel Paracas, A Luxury Collection Resort
Paracas, Lima and the Desert Coast, Peru
Hotel Paracas, A Luxury Collection Resort on Peru’s central coast, offers contemporary accommodation with a private dock, range of dining options and tranquil spa. Ideally placed for exploring the wildlife-rich Ballestas Islands nearby.
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 travelers.
Lima, Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, Cuzco, Puno, Arequipa & Colca Canyon
Explore Peru's fascinating Inca ruins, colorful culture and dramatic landscapes on this incredible journey taking in key highlights, including Machu Picchu, as well as some less visited regions and a journey on the luxurious Belmond Andean Explorer sleeper train. Stay in beautiful Belmond properties throughout, which offer some of the best...
Family Fun in Peru
Lima, Amazon, Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, Cusco
Peru offers the perfect introduction to South America for families, with a diverse wealth of activities on offer, family-friendly accommodation and huge bucket-list highlights. This fun itinerary combines wildlife, culture and adventure, taking in the mighty Amazon rainforest, adventures in the Sacred valley and the impressive ruins of Machu...
Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, Cuzco, Lake Titicaca, Lima & the Amazon
Explore Peru's absolute highlights by day and settle down at sumptuous properties by night. Admire the dramatic Andean scenery and cultural attractions of Lake Titicaca, Cuzco, the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu before finishing with a luxurious Amazon cruise aboard the impeccable Aqua Nera.
Lima, Amazon, Sacred Valley, Cusco, Mancora
Looking for something a little different? Combine the mystical lost city of Machu Picchu with the adventure and wildlife of the Amazon Rainforest and squeeze in some sea, sand and surf! Visit some of Peru’s most famous landmarks, taste your way through it’s much-hyped cuisine and stay at seriously cool and unique properties along the way.
Epic Peru & Bolivia
Lima, Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, Cusco, Lake Titicaca, La Paz & Uyuni
Experience the highlights of Peru and Bolivia on this unforgettable two-week itinerary, taking in the Inca ruins of Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca with its floating reed islands and the mind blowing Uyuni salt flats, the largest salt pan in the world. Discover amazing cultural sites and colonial cities along the way and tuck into delicious Peruvian...
Lima, Paracas, Arequipa, Colca Canyon, Cusco, Lima
How do you want to spend a two-week vacation? If the answer involves hurtling across vast sand dunes, seeing penguins and llamas, exploring the lost city of Machu Picchu and enjoying some of the world’s most exciting cuisine then look no further than this epic trip to Peru!