Country Club Lima Hotel Unveils Renovations

Country Club Lima Hotel

To celebrate its 90th year, Country Club Lima Hotel has debuted a renovation of the property. The building, which was built in the 1920s, was redesigned to combine cosmopolitan and sophisticated design with classic Peruvian traditions. 

The most notable upgrades can be found in the San Isidro neighborhood hotel’s 83 guest rooms and suites. Large murals are the the focal point of each room and were crafted by Peruvian artist Gihan Tubbeh. These new designs join the more than 300 pieces of art on loan from the Pedro de Osma Museum, which are on display throughout the hotel in public spaces and guestrooms.

The building that currently houses Country Club Lima Hotel was built in 1927. The space began as a popular polo and golf destination for British viceroys and aristocracy, including the former Duke of Windsor Edward VIII. It was also visited by famed literaries, including Nobel Prize winners Ernest Hemingway and William Faulkner and Peruvian writer Alfredo Bryce Echenique, as well as celebrities like John Wayne, Nelson Rockefeller, Ava Gardner and more. In 1997 the building was purchased by new owners, who carried out extensive renovations to turn the Country Club into the five-star hotel it is today.

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Country Club Lima Hotel is a member of Signature Travel Network, Leading Hotels of the World, Virtuoso and Ensemble Travel Network.

The property also has a pool, spa, fitness center, an authentic Peruvan restaurant and bar, and a café offering tea, drinks and small bites with live music. 

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