Today, this city and its colorful past—both Pre-Hispanic and Colonial—have taken bold steps into the new millennium, perhaps more successfully than any other metropolis of its size. Its transformation has occurred hand-in-hand with Peru’s economic growth, which has been ongoing now for fifteen uninterrupted years, driven primarily by domestic and foreign private investment.

Because of this, Lima is accustomed to receiving businesspeople from all over the world, with trade and investment missions rising exponentially in recent years. Of course, it has also accumulated vast experience in organizing major events, such as meetings and congresses, and it is a new and highly regarded incentive travel destination.
            

Convenience

Indeed, tourism –including business tourism– has been one of the driving factors behind Peru’s economic growth. Given Lima’s position as the gateway to Peru, the city features one of the best-equipped airports in Latin America, with services and facilities that have earned it prestigious international awards.

 

Charm

In addition to dining and shopping, Lima offers countless options for outdoor activities. There is nothing better to help stay in shape than going out for a run or a bike ride, or taking advantage of the private hotel gyms. For those seeking an added dose of adrenaline (we know that the business world is full of you), the city’s array of adventure sports is broad and diverse. And for those who prefer a bit of peace and quiet, Lima’s parks are the perfect solution.

Surprises

When you come to Lima, you’ll find a metropolis wildly different from what you imagined: a breathtaking combination of gorgeous Colonial mansions, impressive Pre-Hispanic religious sites, and a multitude of buildings boasting twenty-first century architecture in residential neighborhoods and financial centers.  
Lima has always been a city that has attracted people from all over the world, and its exceptionally outgoing residents make it the ideal place for a comfortable stay. We’re waiting for you.

Incentives

Lima offers the infrastructure and ideal locations for incentive travel. Over two dozen hotels with facilities designed for meetings of small, medium, or large groups, as well as attractions aimed at strengthening executives’ relationships with their companies and their organizational culture. From world-class museums that offer guided visits for private groups, to theaters and Colonial and Pre-Hispanic tourist sites. The city’s proximity to the ocean and the countryside is another advantage. There’s nothing better to help relax after an event—or as part of an incentive trip—than spending a few days getting in touch with nature, whether hiking or visiting the distilleries where Peru’s renowned pisco brandy is made.

Hotel Name Surface area (m²) Capacity (persons) Nº of rooms
Lima Convention Center 14 925  9950 
The Westin Lima Hotel & Convention Center 1661  2254  301
María Angola Hotel & Centro de Convenciones 1400  1800  84
El Pueblo - Resort & Convention Center 1250  1200 
Sheraton Lima Hotel & Convention Center 1152  800  431
Swissotel Lima 841  900  244
Los Delfines 799  600  206
Double Tree El Pardo Hotel 723  400  151
JW Marriott Hotel Lima 551  600  300
Sol De Oro Suites Hotel 430  550  83
Hotel Bolivar 362  220 
Hilton Lima 340  400 
Sonesta Hotel El Olivar 319  340  134
Casa Andina Private Collection Miraflores 270  250  137
Hotel San Agustin Exclusive 264  300  96
Costa Del Sol Wyndham 261  250  130
Atton San Isidro 228  150  252
Miraflores Park Hotel 225  300  82
Belmond Park Hotel 225  300  81
Melia Lima Hotel 218  500  180
Hotel Estelar Miraflores 200  240  151
NM Lima Hotel 193  150  126
Royal Park Hotel By SLH 192  190  81
Business Tower Lima Hotel 192  250  129
Del Pilar Miraflores Hotel 179  180  53
Hotel Libertador Lima 150  130  54
Miraflores Colon Hotel 136  180  66
Novotel Lima 118  140 
208
Country Club Lima Hotel 110  120 
75
Hotel & Spa Golf Los Incas 95  100 
87
Radisson Decã¡Polis Miraflores 87  80 
111
Hotel El Polo 80  80 
34
Casa Andina Select Miraflores 70  50 
155
Thunderbird Fiesta Hotel & Casino 70 
99
Los Tallanes Hotel Y Suits 53  60 
64
Hotel Miramar 50  70 
55
Conquistadores Hotel & Suites 45  30 
45
Garden Hotel

56
Hotel Jose Antonio
200 
84
El Condado Miraflores Hotel & Suites
140 
50
La Hacienda Hotel & Casino

56
Hotel Boulevard
100 
55
La Princesa
150 
84
Hotel Nobility
150 
59
Kingdom Hotel
300  85
Aku Hotels
62 
36
Name Surface  Area (m²) Capacity (persons) Description
Hacienda Mamacona 10 000  9500  An authentic coastal hacienda with shows and dances featuring Peruvian paso horses, a noble animal that is unique in the world of horses.
Museo de Arte Contemporáneo - MAC 557  550  Inaugurated in January 2013, this museum is housed in a Modernist building with gigantic windows surrounded by a reflecting pool and green areas.
Museo de Arte de Lima 625  1500  One of the most beautiful examples of Lima’s eclectic architecture and an ideal alternative for private or corporate events.
Museo Metropolitano de Lima 435  145  An innovative, completely interactive museum with over 26 rooms with special effects, 3D movies, cinematographic events, and holograms.
Museo Pedro de Osma 820  800  The former residence of the De Osma family, this museum is home to a variety of artistic collections from Colonial times, including paintings, textiles, furniture, and more.
Huaca Pucllana 150  In addition to its surprising architecture, this site also hosts dinners, concerts, events, and even fashion shows.
Casona Aliaga 80  A jewel of Colonial Lima in the heart of the city’s historic downtown. Home to 16 generations of the Aliaga family, this mansion is the oldest continuously inhabited private home in the Western Hemisphere.