The Urbanist’s Lima: Where to Stay

Miraflores Park HotelPhoto: Courtesy of Miraflores Park Hotel

Where the Locals Would Stay If They Weren’t Locals

“BTH, or the Business Tower Hotel (from $150;, is ultratrendy and has great interiors and an excellent restaurant. There are conference rooms with audiovisual facilities for the business traveler, and it’s next to the financial district of San Isidro.” —Enrique Leguia, architect

“My first choice is the Miraflores Park Hotel (from $260; I pick it for family, friends, and special clients, and they don’t complain. The rooms overlook Domodossola park and the lobby-restaurant-bar is alive with guests.” —Marco Testino,art adviser

“At Second Home Peru (from $115;, there is art hanging up from the owner’s father, whose studio is beside the hotel. The views of the Pacific Ocean are great, and it’s on a quiet street but still a short walk from the city’s best nightspots.” —Javier Justo, advertising executive

The Urbanist’s Lima: Where to Stay