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
Parking on site
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A Peruvian national monument with 300 pieces of original art and a locals-approved eatery
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.