Lima isn’t the top destination for most travelers to Peru, and many people do choose to head quickly towards more pastoral destinations in the Andes. Even so, this city has some fun places to explore. There are old churches, large museums, and elaborate fountains to visit. The food here is incredible and includes Peruvian classics, fresh ceviche, and international options.
Costa de Sol is literally right across the street from the Jorge Chávez International Airport. This makes it supremely convenient if you’re flying in late at night or leaving early in the morning. The location really does simplify the entire travel process. Costa del Sol is a Ramada hotel.
The rooms are modern, comfortable and clean. They are also fairly quiet, which is much appreciated by weary travelers. All rooms have a private bathroom with a hot water shower, hair dryer, and toiletries. Wireless Internet allows you to stay connected to friends and family at home, and there is a cable TV to help fill any downtime. All rooms are air-conditioned and include a safety deposit box, mini-bar, and radio.
The hotel has a complete spa facility that offers a range of treatments. This is an ideal place to relax after (or before) a long journey. The spa is open 24-hours a day and offers massages, hairdressing, manicures, and pedicures.
A complementary breakfast is offered each morning at the hotel’s Sacsayhuamán Restaurant. This restaurant is open 24-hours a day and serves a broad selection of Peruvian dishes and international cuisine; room service is also available for guests who would rather dine in their own room. Guests are given a welcome drink from the hotel’s bar (Pisco Sours are a popular choice), which is also open 24-hours a day.
Costa del Sol also offers baggage storage, flight confirmation, laundry service, shoe-shining service, and postal service. The hotel has a gift shop for any last-minute souvenirs that need to be purchased.