Lima, Peru Hotels
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In Lima, Peru, and its surrounding areas, you’ll find yourself in the middle of a treasure trove of history. Founded in 1535 by Francisco Pizarro, Lima contains historic archaeological sites such as those containing ancient Incan ruins. Downtown Lima is a bustling metropolitan area surrounded by local neighborhoods including upscale beachfront areas to shantytowns. The city is located in the valleys of three rivers and overlooks the Pacific Ocean. The city is has the highest population of Peru and is also the third largest city in the Americas. 

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Lima, Peru

Swissôtel Lima
Swissôtel Lima
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4.5
Via Central 150,Centro Empresarial Real San Isidro, Lima
from $77
Luxury Hotel Inkari
Luxury Hotel Inkari
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4.3
Calle Narciso De La Colina 251 Miraflores, Lima
from $102
Casa Fanning Apart Hotel
Casa Fanning Apart Hotel
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4.3
Jiron Juan Fanning 211 Barranco, Lima
from $51
Casa Andina Select - Miraflores
Casa Andina Select - Miraflores
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4.3
Calle Schell 452, Miraflores, Lima
from $53
Hotel Anthony's
Hotel Anthony's
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3.5
Jr Torres Paz 820, Lima
from $30
Hotel Libertador Lima
Hotel Libertador Lima
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4.4
Los Eucaliptos 550, Lima
from $44
Hotel Tinkus Inn
Hotel Tinkus Inn
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3.9
Calle Dos de Mayo 180 Miraflores, Lima
from $45
Aku Hotels
Aku Hotels
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4.4
Calle Ignacio Merino 160 San Isidro, Lima
from $98
Melia Lima
Melia Lima
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4.3
Avda Salaverry 2599 San Isidro, Lima
from $140
Foresta Hotel Lima
Foresta Hotel Lima
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4.5
Calle Los Libertadores 490 San Isidro, Lima
from $53
More About Lima, Peru Hotels...

What Budget Hotels are Available in Lima? 

The peak tourist season runs December through April when the weather is most inviting. During the June to October off-season, the weather may not be the best; there is still plenty to do including watching the bullfights or surfing. This is also the time to find budget hotels in Lima. Unless you enjoy very large crowds, you may want to avoid the Festival season that runs October through November. During this time, the religious faithful take to the streets to create the biggest religious procession in Latin American. The city boasts options to explore the history of this city, including many museums that display ancient artifacts, including one devoted entirely to the Inquisition. Spanish colonial times and recent history are represented by churches, government buildings and historic houses. 

What Cheap Lima Hotels are Available? 

There are many cheap hotels in Lima that won’t break the budget. For example, cheap Lima hotels include the Lino Family House ($25 per night) or the Bravo Surf Camp ($26 a night), both of which are great options for students traveling through the area.

What's the Average Price of a Luxury Hotel in Lima? 

In Lima, along with budget hotels, you can find a range of luxury hotels. The Miraflores Pacific Hotel at $80 a night and the Inkari Suites Hotel with rates starting at $112, are traditional hotel options with luxury appointments. For the business traveler, there are several options including the Westin Lima Hotel & Convention Center ($345 per night) and the Casa Andida Select - Miraflores ($159 a night). 

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