COVID-19 Protocols


New Times in Lima, New Times at the Antigua Miraflores Hotel

In light of the pandemic, and its impact on our health and way of life, we outline below the measures we have put in to place to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our hotel.

• Baggage disinfection
• Shoe sterilization in hotel entrance
• Temperature measurement
• Hand sanitizer for clients in reception and common areas
• Delivery of sterile keys
• Assigned waiting areas to avoid crowds

• Breakfast will be organized by reservation
• Breakfast a la carte (not buffet), with options to choose from
• Virtual menu via QR code  

In Room
• Deep cleaning and disinfection of the room
• There will be no room cleaning with the guest inside
• The guest can decide whether or not to receive the daily cleaning of the room
• Room ventilation during cleaning
• We use an ozonation system in all our rooms  

• Disinfection zones of high traffic areas
• Staff temperature control
• Strict control with suppliers (temperature, cleanliness, etc...)
• Periodic COVID-19 testing of hotel staff

We hope to see you at the Antigua Miraflores Hotel soon!

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The Antigua Miraflores Hotel; an authentic introduction to Peru’s rich cultural heritage. Enjoy the elegance and character of a turn of the century mansion with all the comforts and amenities of a fine hotel and the warmth and charm of a colonial B&B. Tasteful decor, attention to detail, and our staff’s attentive and friendly service will make your stay with us, in the heart of cultural Lima, unforgettable.

Within walking distance of some of Lima's best restaurants and bars, the Antigua Miraflores Hotel, is the perfect home base to experience vibrant Miraflores. Huaca Pucllana, Miraflores local ruins, the oceanfront board-walk that crosses over Larcomar, and El Parque de Amor, and Miraflores central park – Parque Kennedy – are a few of the must-see sights in Miraflores near the hotel.

Time-trapped colonial charm make the Antigua Miraflores Hotel a living historic art piece that guests can enjoy day and night.  A focus on authentic experiences will undoubtedly make you leave Lima, Peru with a great cultural and historic experience.



When guests first arrive at the Antigua, they are delighted with the beautiful ambiance and décor, but when they leave, they inevitably comment on the friendly service they received during their stay.

The Antigua Miraflores Hotel represents the rich cultural heritage of post-colonial Peru at the turn of the 20th century. The hotel’s centerpiece is a Spanish-colonial style mansion, or “casona,” built in 1923, a true heirloom that preserves an amazing piece of Peru’s unique traditions. The spacious family home’s original structure; tiled floors, stunning chandeliers, and woodwork are all well preserved. As the hotel has grown, we have strived to maintain the integrity of the casona’s history, aesthetics and architectural details. Rooted in this fascinating tradition, we continuously strive to provide an enjoyable and authentic experience. Our commitment to this distinct part of Peruvian history truly sets us apart from the many generic “glass and steel” hotels throughout Lima which differ little from similar hotels worldwide.

The Antigua Miraflores begins your immersion into a country of vibrant cultures, beautiful landscapes, captivating history and warm, colorful people.


Avenida Grau, the avenue on which our hotel is situated, was the path pre-Colombian Incas used to reach the ocean from their nearby temple, the Huaca Pucllana. The land on which the modern day neighborhood of Miraflores stands was historically cultivated by the Incas since 200 AD and became the Tomas Marsano hacienda in the mid 1800’s.

The old casona that now makes up the Antigua Miraflores Hotel was built on a property originally urbanized by Don Tomas in the late 1800’s. In 1916 it was sold to Carmen Toranzo de Perez by Don Tomas. Don Reynaldo Garcia then purchased the property from Mrs. Perez in 1922 and started construction on the Casona in 1923 using the services of a foreman named Máximo Chavez. Finally, in 1924 the house was expanded to include what is current the lounge and kitchen areas.

As with most residential constructions of that time, the first floor walls were built with large adobe brick covered with plaster. All the wood used for the floors, ceilings, and framework of the second floor is Oregon Pine imported from western United States. At that time it was less expensive to bring lumber to Lima by ship than over the Andes from the Amazon. The wood framework of the second floor is covered first with a layer of split bamboo, then a layer of adobe and straw, and finally covered with plaster. This construction technique called Quincha and is ideal for Lima’s climate and it’s propensity for earthquakes as it provides a strong but flexible structure.

Doña Santos Chian de Pun bought the house from Corrochano in 1925. Don Sergio Bernales Garcia, a prominent Medical Doctor who founded several hospitals and served as Peru’s Minister of Health, purchased the property from Doña Santos heirs in 1946.

The current owner, David Wroughton, purchased the property from Don Sergio’s heir’s (5 of which were still living in the house) in June of 1995. The house was in very good condition and in August, the remodeling began for the hotel. With the exception of added bathrooms, the extension of the stairwell to the third floor and two enclosures for the reception and lounge areas, the original house was changed very little.



Enjoy some of Peru’s most delicious, world-renown cuisine at the Rosa Nautica, Huaca Pucllana, or Las Brujas de Cachiche, to name a few “hot list” gourmet restaurants.

The nearby Miraflores central park, or Parque Kennedy, is an enjoyable stroll where you can see, hear, and feel Peru’s vibrant art and culture come to life.

Enjoy an afternoon or evening at Larcomar; an outdoor marketplace promenade built into the ocean side cliffs not far from the hotel. Shop, dine, or enjoy various entertainment options all in one venue with its spectacular ocean view.

Visit the Mercado Inca, to buy gifts and souvenirs made by skilled local artisans who are committed to practicing the age-old crafting techniques of their ancestors.  

Exotic drinks, music and ambiance can be enjoyed at a number of bars near the hotel or in the neighbouring district ofBarranco with its famous “Puente de los Suspiros.”



As the center for Spanish rule in South America, Lima has many fabulous sites well worth a full or half day tour. What follows are brief descriptions of a few highlights.

Plaza de Armas, Plaza San Martin, and Lima’s Cathedral…Lima, the City of Kings was founded by the first conquistador Francisco Pizarro. Like any city in Latin America born of Spanish influence there is a Plaza de Armas, (square) and cathedral. In Lima, these are the Plaza Mayor and Basilica Cathedral (1535). The Plaza Mayor is surrounded by historic buildings, the Government Palace, Archbishop’s Palace, Municipal Palace, and the Palace of the Union; all of imposing grandeur and architecture.

The Plaza de San Martin, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988. Rich history is tied to the construction and name of this plaza. The liberator of Peru, José de San Martín, proclaimed Peru’s victory and release from Spanish rule in 1821. The first stones of this plaza would be laid 100 years later on July 27th 1921 honoring Peru’s independence and the man who brought it to Peru.

City Tour and Water Show
The Lima City Tour visits all of downtown Lima’s historic plazas, cathedrals, and architectural masterpieces. In just a few hours you will be able to grasp the magnitude of this empowering city from the height of a double-decker bus.

Enjoy Lima’s spectacular Magic Fountain Water Show. Beautifully synchronized to music and lights the fountains display exceeds even Disney’s show. Every Wednesday through Sunday evenings, you can be awed by the unforgettable forty-five minute show. FACT: the world’s largest water fountain compound, certified by Guinness World Records.

The Larco Museum, is Lima’s most visited museum and holds one of the world’s largest pre-Columbian art collections of approximately 45,000 pieces. View 4000 years of Peruvian development and history within an 18th century Viceroy’s mansion situated atop a 7th century pre-Columbian pyramid, surrounded by beautiful gardens.

The Amano Museum, the private collection of Mr. Yoshitaro Amano, is a true gift to Lima. It allows visitors to see how ceramics and textiles have been molded and weaved over the past millennia and the chronological order of Peru’s handicraft history from past to present.


All of our rooms and suites have the same charming décor, handcrafted wooden furniture, original art, antiques, quality bedding, cable T.V., air-conditioning, safe deposit boxes, free Wi-Fi access, and bathrooms with quality fixtures.   The majority of our rooms have garden views with a stone fountain, plants, and beautiful flowers.


Spacious junior-suite most of which have a garden view. The room comes appointed with handcrafted wooden furniture, quality bedding, air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi and all the amenities you need to enjoy your stay with us. Rooms come with kitchenettes, lounge furniture, jacuzzi baths, and one king or two queen beds.


Spacious deluxe rooms  situated in the old casona.  All the rooms offer guests an authentic Peruvian setting to rest in.  The room comes appointed with handcrafted wooden furniture, quality bedding, air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi and all the amenities you need to enjoy your stay with us. Rooms come with one queen and one twin bed.


Standard room with one queen or two twin beds.  All the rooms come with local art, handcrafted wooden furniture, and offer guests a place to rest after a day of exploring.  The room comes appointed with quality bedding, air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi and all the amenities you need to enjoy your stay with us.


Disfrute de nuestro delicioso desayuno de frutas frescas, jugos exprimidos y licuados a mano, pan, mantequilla, mermeladas, huevos y otras opciones frescas de desayuno que rotamos a diario.


Lunes – Domingo

Desayuno: 8 a 10am
Almuerzo: 12 a 4pm
Cena: 7 a 10pm
*Horarios sujetos a la temporada y la ocupación
*Precios y platos sujeto a cambio

Lo mejor en frescos pescados y mariscos del mar a su plato. Una deliciosa variedad de pastas, carnes y fajitas. Una vista panorámica en un ambiente acogedor. Vinos, piscos, cocteles de primera. WiFi gratis en el Restaurante.

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