Hilton Lima Miraflores launched in Peru

Hilton Worldwide has announced the opening of the new-build 207-room Hilton Lima Miraflores, the company’s first managed hotel in Peru and its flagship brand’s first Hilton Hotels & Resorts hotel in the country.

Located 11 miles from the international airport in an upscale area of Lima known for its shopping, gardens and fine dining, the Hilton Lima Miraflores is said to bring a new level of design and service to the neighborhood, with a focus on “delivering genuine Hilton hospitality and providing guests a luxurious yet warm environment”. The property pays tribute to Peruvian history and architecture. Upon arrival in the inviting lobby and throughout the hotel’s public areas, guests immediately connect to the country’s colonial period, depicted by a carpet pattern representative of the historical era, and handmade tiles that reference different areas of the city.

The 11-story property features 207 rooms, including 44 executive rooms, 17 suites and a presidential suite. All guest rooms and corridors feature individually created lattice woodwork, a key element that highlights the hotel’s identity and desire to inspire memorable experiences for guests. Similar to the carpet design, the wooden pieces of art illustrate the balconies of the 18th century, whereby ladies could see outside their windows but passersby could not see inside a home.


All rooms also feature the Hilton Serenity Collection of amenities including plush bedding, high-definition flat screen TV, alarm clock with MP3 player connection, wired and wireless Internet access. Guests staying in an executive room or suite enjoy the added benefit of the hotel’s concierge service and rooftop executive lounge, offering light snacks and beverages throughout the day.

The hotel provides a base for events and business travelers, with more than 12,000 square feet of meeting space including nine meeting rooms, a business center and a nearly 3,700 square foot ballroom that will accommodate 430 people. A rooftop terrace offers guests stunning views of Lima and the sea.

Dining also plays an important role at Hilton Lima Miraflores, as guests can enjoy Social, the hotel’s signature restaurant open for breakfast, lunch and dinner featuring Peruvian American fusion fare with local cuisine and ingredients. In the evening, the hotel’s lobby bar opens onto a street-level terrace, offering guests and locals a place to unwind in the city. This first Hilton hotel in Peru also has four new restaurants by local chefs.

Recreation options are completed by a rooftop heated outdoor swimming pool, two whirlpools and Hilton Fitness gym.

Hilton Worldwide currently has 55 hotels and resorts in Latin America. The company is expanding throughout the region with a development pipeline that includes properties in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Panama and Uruguay.

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