A converted Belle Epoque mansion in the bohemian neighbourhood of Barranco, Lima’s most creative district
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Characterful and quirky, Hotel B is located in the seaside district of Barranco, a bohemian revival neighbourhood that was at one time a favourite of the Limeño aristocracy, before, in more recent times, attracting Peru's best-known artists, designers, musicians and photographers, including internationally acclaimed fashion photographer Mario Testino. The area itself is full of grand colonial houses, picturesque churches and a beautiful municipal park, while offering easy access to Lima's many highlights.
The hotel's accommodation, Atelier, Aposento and Alcoba rooms, are split between the original mansion and the contemporary wing. All rooms are elegantly furnished, tastefully decorated and extremely spacious, especially the Atelier Rooms, which measure up to 42 square metres. All rooms feature a cosy sitting area, high speed wireless internet, minibar stocked with local and international drinks and snacks, a plasma TV with HD channels, iPod docking station and luxury bathroom amenities.
At Hotel B's restaurant, bar and lounge, guests can enjoy a traditional ambience, first-class service and excellent cuisine. The menu blends traditional Peruvian ingredients with the flavours of the Mediterranean, creating a memorable dining experience in stylish surroundings.
Taking the hotel's gastronomic credentials a step further are a series of new culinary experiences, including full- and half-day tours of Lima's foodie hot spots. There's everything from cookery classes with the resident chef to visits to local markets and even cocktail workshops.
Stay here on these holidays
Take in the unique history of Peru's archaeological treasures before flying out across the Pacific for a four-night cruise exploring the wildlife-rich islands of Ecuador's Galápagos.
Introduce yourself to Peru’s colonial tapestry with its capital before delving further into the country’s rich history with Machu Picchu – the enigmatic poster child for the Sacred Valley’s lost Incan cities and stunning geography.
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