Lima, Lima and the Desert Coast, Peru
At a Glance
Housed in a renovated 1940s mansion
Just nine guestrooms, each eclectic and modern in design
Ideally located in the Miraflores district with its world-class dining and buzzing atmosphere
Relaxed and informal atmosphere to retreat to, with access to facilities purely for hotel guests
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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. The humidity factor makes these seemingly mild temperatures feel more extreme.
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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.
Curated by the same award-winning design team responsible for Hotel B and Titilaka Lodge, Atemporal stands proud in the contemporary district of Miraflores, its unique facade reminiscent of its beginning as a 1940s mansion. Atemporal steers itself away from traditional Peruvian style, housing an intriguing collection of antiques and artwork which contrasts beautifully with the modern interior, creating the perfect cosy refuge.
Luxurious furnishings and spacious guestrooms welcome tired visitors after long days exploring Peru's vibrant capital. With just nine rooms and plenty of space for simply relaxing throughout the house and gardens, Atemporal provides an intimate and homely setting to promote a comfortable stay, along with ample privacy for those who wish to completely disconnect.
Personalised service, an attentive concierge and a chauffeur driven car make arrangements within the city both flexible and easy, allowing guests to explore at leisure and around the clock. There are also bicycles available to use for independent exploration. There is no formal restaurant at Atemporal but a seasonal menu of local favourites is served in a casual lounge area, making use of the abundant fresh produce which is available.
All 9 rooms at Atemporal are modern in design and finished with a collection of classic artwork and artefacts from throughout Peru, giving each a unique character and slightly eclectic feel. All rooms are en-suite and WiFi is complimentary.
Each of the six LAB rooms measures between 18 and 20sqm and boasts either a king, queen or twin beds. All rooms come furnished with luxurious bedding, reading lights, blackout curtains, smart TV with Netflix, air-conditioning, safes and full length mirrors. WiFi is available throughout.
The three LAB Plus rooms measure between 26 and 29sqm and all are complete with king size bed. They also have a small sitting area with armchairs and a sofa and/or chaise lounge.
Delicious cuisine can be served up around the clock in the hotel's casual lounge area, making use of fresh, local ingredients. Bicycles are available for hire and there is also a concierge and chauffeur service to help maximise your free time.
Atemporal is within walking distance of many art galleries, shops and theatres and a short drive from the centre of Lima, home to colonial architecture and excellent museums including Museo Amano and Larco Herrera. It is also possible to arrange golf and tennis nearby.
Cheska Lowe (Staff)
Lovers of all things vintage will enjoy this hotel immensely. Featuring unique reconditioned original pieces from the 20th century, this fun and funky boutique hotel was a firm favourite of ours. We loved all the vintage bits in the hotel, Art Deco style teacups, funky 'space-age' chairs from the 1960s and desk bureaus from the 1970s. Located in beautiful Miraflores, it was a good base to explore from and you're surrounded by some of Limas top restaurants.
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.
Peru & Argentina Honeymoon
Lima, Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, Cuzco, Mendoza & Buenos Aires
from SEK kr61600 pp 13 nights
- Perfect holiday for couples with a sense of adventure and keen foodies
- Sample the finest of Malbecs in Mendoza, Argentina's wine-growing region, surrounded by mountains and vineyards
- Best visited in the spring or Autumn, making it easy to avoid the school holidays
Location & directions
Lima, Lima and the Desert Coast, Peru
Atemporal is located on Avenida Santa Maria in the attractive Miraflores neighbourhood of Lima, Peru. Huaca Pucllana pre-Inca pyramid is just steps away and fantastic shopping and dining is within easy reach.