In San Isidro, you can go for an educational stroll past some of Lima’s colonial houses and government buildings. Venturing east of your hotel you will arrive at the temple ruins of Huaca Hallamarca, which was last used as a temple in 500 AD. Here you can visit a small, on-site museum that houses an ancient mummy. There’s also plenty of good opportunities for shopping in this area – check out the Real Plaza shopping center, which is located just a 12-minute walk from the hotel. San Isidro Market is probably the most famous attraction in the area. Visit the market to check out the fishermen’s catch and the colorful stalls brimming with Peruvian produce.
All of the hotel’s 144 guestrooms are non-smoking and air-conditioned. Each room has a private bathroom equipped with a bathtub and shower. You’ll also find a hair dryer. Beds here come with plush, pillow-top mattresses.
There’s plenty to keep you entertained in your room. Watch the 40-inch flat-screen cable TV, or catch up on work sitting at the desk – you’ll be able to sit comfortably in the ergonomic desk chair. Play your music using the room’s iPod dock. When you leave for the day, store your passport and any other valuables in the room’s safety deposit box. There are two phones in every guestroom, including one in the bathroom.
The hotel provides a dry cleaning and laundry service for guests. You can also use the room’s iron and ironing board. Housekeeping staff will keep your accommodations looking great. Get the refreshment you need without leaving your room – there are coffee and tea supplies in your room, as well as a minibar.
Wyndham Costa del Sol caters to busy business travelers. You can access high-speed Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, including in the guest rooms, the business center, and the meeting rooms. The business center has audio-visual equipment including a microphone and an overhead projector, as well as a whiteboard. Costa del Sol provides an executive club lounge for guests staying in suites and club-level rooms.
Restaurant Paprika has a menu with plenty of Peruvian classics for you to sample. Help yourself to the breakfast buffet, which is included in the price of your stay. They serve lots of fresh fruit and continental options.
The hotel’s Walak Bar has a striking, red-and-black color scheme. It’s a great conversation starter that will put you in the mood to unwind with a cocktail. This bar makes high-class versions of Peru’s national drink, the pisco sour, as well as a menu of other specialty cocktails. They also stock a good selection of South American wines.
During your downtime, you should visit the outdoor swimming pool and the hotel’s health club for a good workout. You can also book a spa appointment with the hotel’s professional masseur.