This modern, light and airy hotel is located in Miraflores, an exclusive residential district of Lima. It is within easy reach of shops, and the commercial and cultural centres of the city and just 3 blocks from the Pacific Ocean. It is near restaurants, parks, the craft market, cinemas and entertainment centres such as Larcomar.
The hotel's 84 spacious rooms have all the usual amenities of a contemporary 4 star property, and the hotel boasts a gym, a restaurant, a cocktail bar and a poolside bar, massage service and a sun terrace with swimming pool - and great views of the city. Inside the architecture is modern, with much use of pale or neutral fabrics and furnishings.
Open: José Antonio Deluxe Hotel Lima is open all year.
Location: The hotel is located in Miraflores, near Lima’s best restaurants, nightlife, shopping, parks and boardwalk.
Rooms: All room and suites are spacious and feature flatscreen cable TV, telephone, minibar, safe, hairdryer, air conditioning, desk, breakfast table, modern marble bathrooms, and wifi. Many rooms have balconies. Double rooms are 30m square and have king-sized beds or two generous twin beds, while triple rooms are 40m sq and feature three queen-sized beds. The suites are 81.5m sq and include a king-size bed, breakfast bar, separate living room, private jacuzzi and excellent views.
Activities: Exploring Lima, city tours, shopping, beauty treatments, fitness.
Facilities: Two bars, gift shop, laundry, coffee shop, airport transfer, 24-hour room service, tourist information, business centre, spa,
Dining: The hotel's restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers international and Peruvian cuisine.
Children: Children of all ages are welcome.
Health: Lima is not a malarial area.
Communication: There is free Wi-Fi internet access.
"Hotel looked as if it has been recently renovated. Due to the arrival time of our flight and the length of time (45 mins each way) to reach the hotel from the airport, we were only able to spend about 2 hours in our \"dayroom\". Think it would have been better have stayed in an airport hotel."