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Budget hotels in Lima
Consider staying at the 3-star Padama if you're traveling on a budget to have access to free self-parking and a rooftop terrace. Miraflores Lodge is a budget hotel that will place you in close proximity to The Kiss, offering free self-parking, a casino and complimentary parking. Callao district is home to myriad affordable accommodation, such as Kurmi Hostel B&B Lima Airport with room rates from 23US$ or Lima Backpackers with rates from 12US$.
Proximity to public transport
If you have an early morning flight from Lima and need to stay at a hotel close to Jorge Chavez International airport, then good options are Limper B&B and Wyndham Costa Del Sol Lima Airport. Book a room at Hostal Teo near Atocongo metro station and you can easily explore Lima by public transportation.
Convenience of staying in the city center
Staying at Hostal Bonbini or Apartamento 5 Estrellas En Centro Historico De Lima will place you at a reasonable distance from Lima's city center. Maury will put you in downtown Lima within walking distance of popular tourist places like a palace and a museum, Those looking to spend some time in Barranco district should head to Casa Andina Standard Miraflores San Antonio, which is close to Bridge of Sighs.
Consider staying at Hostal Plaza Mayor, where you'll be within 5 minutes' walking distance of Casa Pilatos. Choose a hotel near Museo Andres del Castillo, such as Hotel Paris Lima situated a 5-minute walk away.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
A selection of luxury hotels such as Estelar Miraflores and Jose Antonio Executive are situated in Miraflores district, not far from Magic Slots. Consider booking a room in the boutique Embajadores Hotel, that comes with a health club, a Jacuzzi and a rooftop terrace. If you prefer chain hotels, Dazzler By Wyndham Lima San Isidro in Magdalena del Mar district has an outdoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and a private swimming pool and is 0.9 miles from Centro Cultural de la Universidad del Pacifico.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Machu Picchu Suites is an affordable apartment for families situated next to C.C. San Miguel Shopping Center, with room rates from 51US$. Miraflores Inn is a charming B&B that is only a 15-minute walk to Iglesia Bautista Ebenezer and adjacent to a theater, a church and a museum. If you are traveling to Lima for business, the best place to book a hotel, such as Kusillus Hostel, would be in San Isidro district. El Ducado is a resort hotel within walking distance from Kennedy Park and the Pacific Ocean.
There are many reasons to fall in love with Lima.
Nonstop nightlife, the finest museums, spectacular architecture and its oceanfront setting… You are going to be charmed by the olive trees of San Isidro or the spacious lanes in Plaza de Armas and surroundings, so much so you will forget about the city's minor problems like chaotic traffic and urban buzz.
To experience Lima you need a comfortable stay within the city. Booked.net can help you with this if you browse onsite offers from cheap hotels in Lima to luxury hotels all available with maps, photos and secure forms.
It will take more than a few hours of stay within the city to recognize its charms, as the first-hand impressions it creates are far from exciting. This is because Lima is a typical big city in South America with traffic jams and air pollution and with even light smog in the mornings.
But this is nothing compared to what Lima may offer to a traveler who decides to get involved with the city. You’ll find charming blend of bookstores, spacious shopping malls, and baroque churches and on. Attractions include;
- Museo de Arte has temporary exhibits of Peruvian art
- La Iglesia de San Francisco, a colonial church with beautiful architecture in the downtown Lima
- Cerro San Cristóbal offers a view of the whole city
- Larcomar, a mall for eating out, shopping, and barhopping
You can discover more about Lima if you go back to January 18, 1535 when the city was founded by the Spanish Conqueror Francisco Pizarro. It saw changes in later years and the Lisbon of today mixes its colonial backdrop with modern tendencies. For this blend it was dubbed the "City of Kings'' that today thrives on its splendor of past and present.
This led to tourism taking a share in the city's income, alongside fishing and commerce, some light industries and high technologies shaping business in Lima. Business there thrives with the city being open to the sea as the main port in South America.
Lima is located on a Peruvian coastal plain sloping from the Pacific shore to hills 500m above sea level. It occupies 310sqmiles inhabited by nine million people and therefore is ranked as the 27th most populous agglomeration in the world.
You can see it on your own when take a stroll of the city or just visit a cafe to feel how packed it is. But this is not only people, but food as the best place for Peruvian cuisine is Lima. Its restaurants are packed with seafood and special ingredients add unforgettable flavor to regional cuisine.
You can taste it on your own if consult Booked.net for a hotel on your trip to Lima.