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With its stylish contemporary design, cutting-edge technology and ideal location, the flagship Casa Andina Private Collection - Miraflores hotel is the top of its class in every aspect. Once the Miraflores César's, Lima’s fondly remembered, original five-star hotel, this modern icon was dramatically transformed in 2008 into the capital’s newest luxury hotel. Its quintessential Limeño flavor reverberates in the exquisite art collection of contemporary local artists and prized colonial-era antiques, in both public spaces and accommodations.
In the heart of the traditional Miraflores district, just 2 blocks from Parque Kennedy and surrounded by Lima’s finest dining and shopping. Only minutes from the Pacific coast and 45 minutes from Lima’s Jorge Chávez International Airport.
While Miraflores is a traditional, residential neighborhood, it has also become the most fashionable, upscale district of Peru’s cosmopolitan capital, renowned for its dynamic nightlife and gastronomic scene.
39 Traditional Rooms
91 Superior Rooms
2 Senior Suites
1 Imperial Suite
The hotel is the first in Peru to feature LCD flat-screen TVs in all its rooms, and all rooms have state-of-the-art IP phone systems (which transmit real-time images of the hotel’s signature areas) and advanced soundproofing screens that eliminate 100% of outside noise.
Traditional Rooms Comfortable (26 m²/ 279 sq.ft), with 1 Queen or 2 Full-size beds; featuring clean lines, rich woods, top-quality bedding and linens, luxurious marble bathrooms, writing desks or breakfast tables, and Peruvian artwork selected by curators of the renowned Larco Museum.
Superior Rooms Ample (38 m²/ 409 sq.ft), with 1 Queen, 1 King or 2 Full-size beds; featuring clean lines, rich woods, top-quality bedding and linens, luxurious marble bathrooms, writing desks, breakfast tables, and Peruvian artwork selected by curators of the renowned Larco Museum.
Suites Spacious (52 m²/ 558 sq. ft), featuring the same as Superior Rooms but also separate sitting areas, Super King beds, and iPod player/alarm clocks.
Senior Suites Extremely large (63 m²/ 675 sq. ft), featuring the same as Suites but replete with amenities, including separate sitting/lounge areas, Super King beds, Jacuzzi, dry sauna, and personal bilingual butler service.
Imperial Suite Enormous (120 m²/ 1292 sq. ft) – one of the largest and grandest suites in Lima – and richly appointed, overlooking all of Miraflores. Decorated with exquisite colonial Cusco School paintings, it has 2 full rooms and 3 elegant bathrooms, as well as stunning panoramic views of Lima extending all the way to the coastline and Pacific Ocean. Indulgences include a Super King bed, full kitchenette and bar, personal dry sauna, personal bilingual butler service, round marble Jacuzzi tub, and walk-in closet.
Casa Andina’s elegant and stylish flagship restaurant, named “Alma” in honor of the original César’s Hotel, is helmed by Chef Javier Morante, Casa Andina’s chief of gastronomy since 2010.
The gourmet menu offered daily at lunch and dinner (see the menu). features local Limeño and Peruvian cuisine, exquisitely presented and based on regional ingredients and cutting-edge culinary techniques. The dining room’s chic modern design is a playful stylistic nod to the hotel’s 1970s origins. It features an informal, glass-enclosed and plant-lined corridor that recalls outdoor European bistro seating—a great spot for a sunny lunch.
Casa Andina’s fresh take on the coffee shop, a place designed for travelers, featuring maps, magazines, photographs, videos, and travel guides. The place is decorated with different travel themes, such as local festivities & celebrations. Sama serves Peruvian coffee, regional fruit juices and local sandwiches, reflecting the best of informal Lima’s snack and juice-bar traditions.
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