Arquitectonica, Caparra & Entelman design first Aloft in Peru

Libertador Hotels, Resorts & Spas has opened the 164-room Aloft Lima in the Miraflores district, the first Aloft in Peru.

Several teams were involved in the design, including Bernardo Fort Brescia for Arquitectonica for the architecture and Argentina-based Caparra & Entelman, which collaborated with the brand’s in-house designers on the interior design.

Guestrooms are spread across 10 floors, with a social space that transitions from daytime co-working space to a night-time cocktail venue on the mezzanine. This space houses the Re:fuel by Aloft (grab-and-go) station and the W XYZ Bar, which serves cocktails and light bites, and doubles as a live-music venue for the brand’s "Live at Aloft Hotels" and Project: Aloft Star music programs.


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The ground floor has two restaurants: Quinoa and Barrio, 278 square feet of meeting space, a Re:charge fitness center and a Splash pool.

Photo credit: Marriott International

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