Country Club Lima Hotel
What We Love
- International-meets-Peruvian eats at the award-winning Perroquet Restaurant
- Preferred tee times at the nearby Lima Golf Club
- Stress relief within arms reach at the state-of-the-art Yaku Spa
What To Know
- Pets are not allowed
- Wireless Internet access is available for $12 per day
- Lima’s moneyed set hangs here so be sure to dress the part
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
A regal fixture in the San Isidro embassy district, the Country Club Lima Hotel claims distinction as Peru’s only hotel and national monument. With open wood-beam ceilings and 300 works of original art, guests step into a true South American palace. The Perroquet Restaurant serves up flavorful local dishes in a white-tablecloth dining room, and the glass-domed Los Vitrales café has more casual fare. The English Bar has a colonial, old-boys-club vibe with elegant mahogany and free-flowing pisco sours. After a tee time at the Lima Golf Club, you can retire to rooms outfitted with Jacuzzi tubs.
In the Area
As Peru’s capital and its largest metropolis, Lima encompasses plenty of South American culture and arts. Steps away in the prestigious San Isidro district—home to palaces and embassies—relax at the wide-open El Olivar Grove Park amid the olive trees. Peruvian artists shine at Galeria Indigo, presenting gold and silver work, paintings, ceramics and sculptures. Housed in a sprawling 18th-century mansion with lush gardens, the Larco Museum’s collection spans nearly 3,000 years of Peruvian history and includes a titillating erotic art exhibit. You can’t leave Lima without eating at one of Peruvian superstar chef Gaston Acurio’s restaurants. La Mar is his homage to ceviche.
How to Get There
The hotel is next to a golf course. It is conveniently located in a nice neighborhood. I wish we can stay there for a few more days to explore around. The room was selected by Oceania Cruise Lines as a rest point at the end of our overland tour in Peru before taking the flight next morning. The hotel appears to be a re-modeled golf club house with grand lobby and gardens. The room we stayed in is very spacious and well-appointed, with office desk and sitting area.
The facility was very nice, we had a great time, only wish we had more time, the food was excellent, the staff was helpfull, the staff was always busy taking care of the details around the property you could tell they have alot of pride in this hotel.
The Country Club Lima is located in the quiet residencial area of San Isidro, ideally located opposite to the Golf Club if you are a lover of the sport. The area is safe and calm but there isn't much to do walking distance from the hotel. Taxis and ubers, however, are plentyful and cheap. If you like walking around, I suggest a hotel in the Miraflores district, as it would offer you more dining and entertaining options at a walking distance.
Rooms are spacious and clean. Contratry to some other reviews, I didn't experience any noise from events which occur quite often in the hotel and had a very good and quiet sleep.
Colonial decoration and artwork is very beautiful without being over the top. Having breakfast at the hotel restaurant patio was a great start of the day!
Excellent in every area of the hotel. You will love it from the minute you step into the lobby. Everything was beautiful. The huge flowers in every public area was amazing. The staff were all friendly and very helpful. If you want to take a tour while you are there they can help with that. They even set up our transportation from the airport.
Beautiful hotel but in the middle of no where. Excellent for conferences. If staying for pleasure you have to take a taxi to go anywhere. Small pool. Rooms large and very nice. Restaurant and staff very friendly