Hilton Signs Two New Hotels in Lima, Peru

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Hilton has announced the signing of two Tapestry Collection by Hilton agreements in Lima, Peru for Hotel Bel’Arte Lima and Hotel Museo de Osma, representing the first international properties for Hilton's 14th brand.

These new deals form part of Hilton’s development pipeline of eight hotels in Peru, with plans to add more than 1,000 rooms in key markets throughout the country.

Slated to open in 2021, the 117-room Hotel Bel’Arte Lima, Tapestry Collection by Hilton will be located  in the financial district of San Isidro in Peru’s capital. Catering to business and leisure travelers, the one-of-a-kind hotel will feature an art gallery within the property.


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Located in the cultural district of Barranco in Lima, the 86-room Hotel Museo de Osma, Tapestry Collection by Hilton is expected to also open in 2021. The hotel will form part of the De Osma mixed-use development, featuring a theater, museum and shopping center.

In addition to the international unveiling of Tapestry Collection by Hilton, the company’s development plans in Peru also call for the in-market debut of Hampton by Hilton and Homewood Suites by Hilton.

The specific projects and planned opening dates include the 2019 openings of the 148-room Hampton Inn by Hilton Lima San Isidro and the 250-room Hilton Garden Inn Lima Miraflores; the 2020 openings of the 104-room; Hampton Inn by Hilton Arequipa and the 194-room Hilton Garden Inn Lima San Isidro and the 2021 openings of the 86-room Hampton Inn by Hilton Tarapoto and the 100-room Homewood Suites by Hilton Lima Miraflores.

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