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Antigua Miraflores Hotel Star Rating 3        
Avenida Grau 350

In a Colonial-style building dating from 1923, this charming hotel is 2 km from the Museo de Sitio Huaca Pucllana's pyramid and 17 km from Aeropuerto Internacional Jorge Chávez.Cozy rooms and suites are decorated with antiques and original art. All come with free Wi-Fi, TVs and safes; the suites add whirlpool tubs and kitchenettes.
Hostal Pukara Lima Star Rating 2        
Gonzales Larrañaga 130 San Antonio

Budget minded travelers are impressed with the service and accommodations found here at the Hostal Pukara...
Capc Miraflores Hotel Lima Peru Star Rating 5        
Av La Paz 463

Set 2 km from the Huaca Pucllana pyramid ruins, this modern hotel is 6 km from the Surco railway station and 8 km from the Museo de Arte de Lima: MALI.The warmly decorated rooms feature exposed wood beams. They have free Wi-Fi, minifridges and coffeemakers, plus safes and flat-screen TVs.
El Faro Inn Miraflores Star Rating 3        
Calle Francia 857

This comfortable guest house in Lima offers complimentary wireless internet, as well as a 24-hour reception and 24-hour room service. It is ideally positioned for those wishing to visit local attractions.El Faro Inn Miraflores has 30 charming rooms that are filled with all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.
Estelar Apartamentos Bellavista Star Rating 4        
Calle Bellavista 216

Estelar Apartamentos Bellavista is a unique setting when in Lima and is close to everything the area has to offer. Apartments are air conditioned and a Wi-Fi connection is included free of charge.This 4-star property offers 24-hour room service, porters and valet parking.
Pirwa Bed & Breakfast Inclan Lima Star Rating 2        
Calle Coronel Inclan, 494

Pirwa Bed & Breakfast Inclan Lima is located in Lima and is close to the area's popular attractions. It boasts views of Miraflores and offers a multitude of amenities, including luggage storage, a 24-hour reception and complimentary Wi-Fi.The rooms at Pirwa Bed & Breakfast Inclan Lima have wireless internet access and all the essentials for a comfortable stay.
Kamana Hotel Star Rating 3        
Jr. Camaná 547

Strategically located in the middle of the city, this 3-star hotel makes for an ideal base in Lima. It also offers 24-hour room service, a 24-hour reception and free Wi-Fi.The rooms have a desk, a telephone and wireless internet access.
Flying Dog Hostel Lima Star Rating 2        
Martir Olaya 280

Flying Dog Hostel Lima is located in Lima and offers guests wireless internet. It is conveniently positioned for guests wanting to sightsee in the area.There are a variety of amenities on offer to guests of Flying Dog Hostel, such as a 24-hour reception, a tour desk and luggage storage.
Flying Dog Hostel B&B Star Rating 1.5        
Calle Lima 457

Flying Dog Hostel B&B is located in Lima and offers free Wi-Fi. It is ideally positioned for guests wanting to visit the area's popular attractions.Flying Dog has 4 comfortable rooms that are ideal for backpackers on a budget.
Rentals in Miraflores Apartments Star Rating 2        
Paseo de la Republica 6158 dpto. 204

Rentals in Miraflores Apartments is located in Lima and offers free Wi-Fi. The property has a spa and a comfortable apartment with an iPod docking station, a coffee maker and a flat-screen TV.The apartment includes a private bathroom, a sofa bed and a refrigerator.
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Lima is a city of contrasts. Desolate industrial districts are right next door to fancy residential areas, and dark alleyways merge into baroque squares and broad boulevards lined with splendid skyscrapers. Blessed with a temperate climate, the city is kept cool by gentle breezes with little rainfall. Lima quickly became the religious, commercial and political centre of the Spanish colonies, and gold and silver mined in the Andes were the foundation of the city's wealth. There are many grand colonial buildings which remain today despite numerous earthquakes. To appreciate the natural beauty of this great city, base yourself at the Belmond Miraflores Park. A high quality hotel boasting a beachside location, this will encourage restful nights while you recharge your batteries to face the bustle of the city again the next day. Lima Cathedral is in the heart of the old city and is one of the most visited sites.

Many interesting chapels border the main cathedral and a collection of impressive Spanish oil paintings remain. Museum entry is included in the ticket price, where information is available about the life and work of Francisco Pizzaro, who is buried there. Music lovers should ask about upcoming choir recitals, which can be viewed by the public. The Museo Larco houses a collection of over 45'000 artefacts, many of which are perfectly preserved and dating back more than 2000 years. The ornate gold and silver jewellery, colourful cloth and shrouds as well as the delicate pottery is beautifully presented. There is also a nice restaurant which provides outdoor seating for a breath of fresh air between all the sightseeing. Artesanias Las Pallas is a great place to pick up authentic souvenirs. A leisurely walk through the square will take you past a multitude of shops, but this shop in particular is a filled with traditional Peruvian folk art, in a cool urban setting. Whether you are looking for amulets, baskets, pottery or woven fabrics, the owner/collector is always happy to explain the history and origin of the trinkets she sells. Nearby, fashionistas should pick up one of the wonderfully warm Alpaca sweaters.

For an unforgettable culinary experience, go to Cebicheria La Mar. Not only is there a fun and friendly atmosphere with excellent levels of service, but the food is second to none. Try the clam cerviche, the ingredients are fresh and the accompanying plantain and sauces are divine. To drink, have a glass of Maracuya juice or a potent pisco sour and if you have space, then the desserts will also not disappoint. An alternative is to learn Peruvian history through its food with Lima Gourmet Company. They offer daytime or nighttime small group tours, with stops and nibbles in some of the toughest-reservation restaurants in the city. The owners (Lucas and Sam), love people, food, the social scene and the growing prominence of Lima in the culinary world. He or one of his passionate guides will pick you up at your hotel and immediately expound on the political and culinary history of Peru. Unless you are a penniless artist or a backpacker, use local guides with insider knowledge to really show you what's what in this incredible city. Trust me, you don't want to miss a thing.