Aloft Lima Opens in Miraflores

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Libertador Hotels, Resorts & Spas has announced the opening of the 164-room Aloft Lima, bringing a modern luxury hotel to the Miraflores district. This will be the first Aloft hotel in Peru and will showcase a bold design throughout as well as tech-forward touches such as SPG Keyless entry.

Guest rooms are spread among 10 floors with a variety of social spaces located on the mezzanine and two restaurants, Quinoa and Barrio, on the ground floor. The reception and lobby areas are connected as a multifunctional open space that serves as a breakfast and lounge area or as an ideal co-working place during the day.

Designed to serve the increasing number of connected global business and leisure travelers visiting Peru’s capital, the hotel is located in the heart of Miraflores and is part of a new pedestrian friendly multi-use complex. Additional dining options include Re:fuel by Aloft, a café created for breakfast and lunch “on the go”, and signature cocktails and light bites can be found at the WXYZ Bar.

Other onsite amenities include Aloft’s signature Re:charge fitness center and a splash pool to unwind and relax. Aloft Lima guests will be able to enjoy programming unique to the Aloft brand, including access to exciting emerging artists and musicians via Live At Aloft Hotels. There is also 278 square feet of meeting space.

Libertador Hotels, Resorts & Spas has a portfolio of hotels across Peru, such as Cusco, Paracas and Lima including The Westin Lima Hotel & Convention Center; Tambo del Inka, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa in the Sacred Valley of Urubamba; Hotel Paracas, a Luxury Collection Resort south of Lima; Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel in Cusco, the new Aloft Lima Miraflores and the upcoming AC Hotel (opening in Lima in 2019).

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