Antigua Miraflores

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antigua miraflores

Ideally located converted mansion with plenty of character, typified by its quirky collection of art, antiques and curios.

The converted turn-of-the-century Antigua Miraflores mansion has an ideal location in the fashionable and upmarket Miraflores district, surrounded by cafés, parks, restaurants and shops. Its exterior suggests a classic, historic property, yet inside it brims with personality and colour.

Almost like an old curiosity shop of items from Lima's past and present, the main areas of the hotel are adorned with a varied array of art, antique furniture and quirky bric-a-brac. Guestrooms vary in quality, but are spacious with hand-crafted wooden furniture. Many face the pretty inner courtyards, keeping street noise to a minimum. There is also a small bar, lounge and restaurant with stained glass panels and a chequerboard floor.

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What our clients say

  • Fine, good location, excellent breakfast, helpful staff.

    JH, Staines-upon-thames
  • "Not as exceptional as some we stayed in but for Lima the location was great."

    AH, New Malden
  • Fine for a overnight stop over. NB there is no lift so if your customers struggle with stairs they need to be on 1st floor (we were on 3rd). 

    CB, Sandwich
  • Very nice, atmospheric hotel in a quiet neighbourhood but still accessible to nearby restaurants and the centre of Lima. We had an upper floor senorial room with view onto the courtyard - very spacious, quiet, comfortable and clean with a kitchenette and fridge. All staff were very courteous and helpful. Great to have an on-site restaurant which had a varied menu - much appreciated on our first night after a very long day. Would certainly recommend.

  • A town hotel with character.

    MF, Warwick
  • A town hotel with character

    MF, Warwick
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