Meliá adds Peru hotel to Innside portfolio

The Innside Lima Miraflores is the second Innside property in the Americas. Photo credit: Meliá Hotels International

Meliá Hotels International has rebranded the Tryp Lima Miraflores in Peru to the Innside Lima Miraflores, bringing the property into the brand portfolio.
  
"Furthering our international expansion into South America, the rebranding of Innside Lima Miraflores is another great milestone for Innside by Meliá’s growth and development,” said Meliá VP and CEO Gabriel Escarrer. “We are very pleased to be able to bring our Spanish hospitality to this bustling metropolis, which is a perfect fit for our Innside brand.  We are excited to begin welcoming guests and locals, too.”

The renovated hotel is the second Innside property in the Americas, following the Innside New York NoMad. The brand currently operates 21 hotels in six countries.

The rebranded property has 140 guestrooms, a restaurant, business center, fitness center, pool and rooftop bar.

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