I am Villa Barranco, I am a beautifully restored colonial house in Lima. With only 9 individually designed rooms my lodging experience is intimate and offers an off the beaten track feel. I am not the usual boutique hotel, my living room turns into an extensive breakfast buffet in the mornings, and my collection of quirky antiques and vintage pieces scattered throughout the house only add to the homey atmosphere. Ocean views atop the rooftop terrace are an unexpected surprise and the best place to unwind after a strolling through the lively Barranco neighborhood. Known for its bohemian vibe, renowned art galleries, high- end restaurant and bars, the Barranco district should not be missed when visiting Lima. Although I am only a few blogs away from Plaza de Barranco, my side street is quiet and the perfect base to explore the capital of Peru.

Room Types

9 rooms including 3 Deluxe rooms, 6 Junior Suites and 1 Master Suite.

Facilities

Small Library. Rooftop Terrace & Bar. Garden.

Important

Non- smoking rooms. 4 rooms come with bath tub and shower (3 Junior Suites and 1 Master Suite). Wifi included.


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Location & Closest Airport

Barranco, Lima, Peru, South America

50min from Jorge Chavez International Airport, SPJC.

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$$$$

Rooms start at $230 USD/Night inclusive of 10% service fee and breakfast buffet with warm options upon request.

Check in: 2:00 pm (flexible, subject to availability). Check out: 12:00 pm (flexible, subject to availability).

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Highlights & Attractions at Villa Barranco:

Explore the Barranco district by bike or drive along the coast all the way to Miraflores. Villa Barranco offers complimentary bike rentals, just ask at the receptionist whenever you are ready. Villa Barranco is walking distance to many restaurants and sights such as the Bridge of Sighs, Biblioteca, Plaza de Barranco, Museo Pedro de Osma, and MATE Museum, showcasing work of Peru’s most famous photographer, Mario Testino. Don't hesitate to ask the front desk for a map and explore the area according to your personal interests. Recommended Restaurants & Bars: Hotel B, the hotel’s restaurant offers a combination of traditional Peruvian ingredients with some Mediterranean influence. This is for those looking for an elevated dining experience. Ventarron Restaurante Chiclayano & Barra, one of Lima's top 20 best restaurants providing an outstanding experience of the northern cuisine. Enjoy typical Chilean dishes. Isolina Taberna Peruana, is a popular lunch & dinner spot for locals and foreigners a like. Enjoy home cooked authentic Peruvian dishes in a two story colonial style building while sitting around wooden tables on dark wooden chairs. Most dishes on the menu are designed for groups so pe prepared to dine in family style. Reservation are highly recommended especially when you are planning on coming with a big group. Ayahuasca Restobar, located in a colonial house this bar is widely known for their cocktails and unique interior design. Each room in this 19th-century mansion has a different décor and ambiance. Café Victoria is another worth visiting Bar in the Barranco district and especially popular during the weekends when the green outdoor patio is blasting everything from Jazz to eclectic tunes. No trip to Lima would be complete without visiting the popular Miraflores district. Start in the heart of the city at Plaza de Armas. Here you will find the Government Palace and an artefacts filled museum called Casa de Aliaga. Add another stop at El Pan De La Chola, a hipster bakery and coffeehouse offering sinfully good tasting baked goods. The easiest way to get to Villa Barranco from the airport is to have the hotel book you a transfer. After you leave the luggage claim you will find a few taxi counters, look for Taxi Directo, show your ID & booking number, pay directly and in no time you will be on your way. This can always be booked upon arrival but as always there is no guarantee.