Location

Whether you stay at our apartments in MIRAFLORES or BARRANCO, you’ll find all necessary amenities at walking distance.


MIRAFLORES: MANOR HOUSE LIMA AND MALECÓN CISNEROS

 

Impossible to beat. You will be in the heart of Miraflores, a touristic, residential and business district located in the southwestern part of Lima. Walking distance to all your needs: two blocks from the promenade and stunning views of the Pacific Ocean; two blocks from Larcomar (shopping and entertainment center); next to the best restaurants in town; 300 meters from the Marriott Hotel, the Hilton Hotel, the Belmond Miraflores Park Hotel; very close to restaurants, bars, coffee places, bakeries, banks, parks, convenience stores, churches, beauty salons, the Inca market.
Bakeries and Coffee Places
Restaurants
Shopping
Sights
  • Boardwalk
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    Enjoy Miraflores while walking its almost 5 km of Malecones (Malecón de la Marina, Cisneros, de la Reserva and Armedariz) overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The Broadwalk also continues in the neighboring districts of Barranco and San Isidro.
  • Domodossola Park
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    Malecón de la Reserva 900. Located 4 blocks away from Manor House, this park overlooks the Ocean.
  • Huaca Pucllana
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    Calle General Borgoño cuadra 8, s/n. Archaeological pre-Colombian site (Lima Culture), occupied between 400 and 700 A.D.
  • Municipal Park and Kennedy Park
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    Between the first and second blocks of Av. Larco and Av. Diagonal, you will find arts and craft vendors, coffee places, restaurants, bars, City Hall and the Virgen Milagrosa Church.
  • Sala Luis Miró Quesada Garland
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    Av Jose Larco 450. Municipal Gallery that presents individual and collective exhibitions of national contemporary artists.


BARRANCO: SAN MARTIN
Barranco is an eclectic and trendy neighborhood located by the Pacific Ocean with very traditional areas and old buildings, as well as modern ones. You’ll find plenty of bars, restaurants, craft and design shops, museums and art galleries. The apartment is located a 5-minute walk from the boardwalk and 15-minute walk from Larcomar Shopping and Entertainment Center (Miraflores). It is close to banks, convenience stores, beauty salons, and supermarkets, as well as connected to other neighborhoods in Lima.
Coffee places and Ice cream shops
Restaurants
Shopping
Places of interest
  • Boardwalk
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    Enjoy Barranco while walking around its 2 km of Malecones (Malecón Paul Harris, Pazos and Junin) overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The Broadwalk also continues in the neighboring districts of Chorrillos and Miraflores, as well as San Isidro.
  • Museo de Arte Contemporaneo (MAC)
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    Avenida Grau 1511. Lima Contemporary Art Museum exhibits Latin American and European contemporary art.
  • Museo Mario Testino (MATE)
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    Avenida Pedro de Osma 409. The photographer Mario Testino founded this center that exhibits international contemporary art and photography, as well as his own work.
  • Museo Pedro de Osma
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    Avenida Pedro de Osma 421. The museum exhibits pre-Colombian and Colonial art.
  • Puente de los Suspiros (The Bridge of Sights)
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    Located between Jirón Sucre and Jirón Ayacucho. It was built in 1876 to unite two streets and later received its name from the innumerable romances that grew there. It served as inspiration to the famous song of the same name of Peruvian composer Chabuca Granda. Bajada de Baños (Descent Of The Baths), located bellow the Bridge of Sights, is a gully that takes you to the beach, it has bars, restaurants and a view of the ocean. Next to the Bridge is located the Hermitage Church.
  • Municipal Park
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    Located between the second block of Avenida Grau and first block of Avenida Pedro de Osma. It is the district traditional main square built in 1898, besides its pergola and carrara marble statues, it has the Municipal Library on one side and the Holiest Church of Cross on the other.