Lima is the capital city of Peru. It’s also the largest city, and one that you’re likely to spend at least a day or two in on either end of your trip. The San Isidro neighborhood is near the coast and has a good selection of restaurants, shops, and bars to explore. San Isidro is also fairly close to Lima’s historic district, where you can visit cathedrals and colonial homes that were built in the 16th century. **
The Meliá Lima is a clean and comfortable business hotel in Lima. The hotel has easy access to the restaurants and shops in the San Isidro and Miraflores districts, making it a convenient place from which to explore the city.
The hotel’s 180 rooms are spacious and simply designed. They have the kind of amenities that one comes to expect in modern business hotels, including cable TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, telephones, and safety deposit boxes. Guests can get their day started using the in-room coffee maker and enjoy snacks and beverages later on from the minibar. All rooms also have a private bathroom with a hot water shower, bathtub, hairdryer, bathrobe, and slippers. Individually controlled air conditioning allows you to adjust the temperature of your room. There are also connecting rooms (which is handy for families or groups) and handicap accessible rooms available.
The top floors of the hotel are known as The Level. The rooms in The Level include access to an exclusive lounge, personalized staff, breakfast and dinner buffets, and an unlimited open bar. The rooms on these levels also come equipped with bath salts and in-room aromatherapy.
Enjoy authentic Peruvian food with a modern twist at the hotel’s restaurant. At lunch you can choose Peruvian specialties from the menu or graze at the themed buffet. During dinner you can enjoy delicious appetizers, salads, soups, pastas, fish, and meat dishes. And be sure to save room for dessert.
The Meliá Lima has a large wellness center where you can exercise, relax, and unwind at your leisure. The gym is fairly large and is equipped with a range of machines, including treadmills, elliptical machines, stationary bikes, bench presses, and more. There is a sauna and Turkish bath where you can sweat and soak; you can also make appointments with massage therapists to work out any knots that may have developed during your travels. Additionally, there are hairdressers and beauticians are on hand.
The hotel also has ten rooms that can be used for meetings and events. These rooms are equipped with modern audiovisual equipment and can hold up to 500 people.