Villa Barranco

Villa Barranco


A tastefully renovated boutique hotel in the heart of Lima’s most charming neighbourhood.

Housed in a restored 1920s Republican mansion, Villa Barranco’s original features and quirky touches create a warm, cosy feel in the centre of the bohemian district.

With a small number of rooms and plenty of inviting communal spaces, Villa Barranco is a home away from home for visitors to the busy capital.

Villa Barranco

What we love about Villa Barranco

  • With only nine rooms, Villa Barranco has a truly homely and welcoming feel.
  • The meticulous attention to detail in the restoration is evident, with the preservation of the house’s unique features, such as mosaic friezes and French tile roofs.
  • At the end of the day, unwind with a pisco sour paired with sea views from the rooftop bar.
  • In the warmer months, the patio doors open, and breakfast is served outside in the lovely garden. Don’t miss the impressive spread.
  • Once you roll out of bed, the Barranco district is at your fingertips. Stroll down to Lima’s seafront Malecón promenade, do a spot of shopping in the many boutiques or pick up some local handicrafts from Dédalo Artesanía.
What to do at Villa Barranco

Spend your time at Villa Barranco exploring the surrounding bohemian district.

With walls coloured by street art and lined with colonial mansions, Barranco attracts creative minds. Wander through Parque Municipal, cross the Puente de los Suspiros, and visit Museo de Arte Contemporáneo (MAC Lima).

Enjoy lunch at a cevicheria, washed down with a glass of chicha morada. Rest your feet on the hotel’s leafy rooftop terrace with a cocktail in hand, or curl up in a cosy nook with a good book. If you prefer to explore the city on wheels, Villa Barranco has bikes and helmets available.


Villa Barranco is located in the Barranco district of Lima, approximately 40-minutes by car from Jorge Chavez International Airport.

Direct flights to Lima from London take approximately 12 hours.

There are also direct flights from Lima to a number of locations in Peru, including Cusco, Arequipa and Juliaca

Villa Barranco

to Travel

December to March

Lima is a year-round destination due to its dry climate, with the summer months (December-March) seeing the bars spill out into the streets in the evenings. However, it’s worth considering that in the Andean Highlands, including Machu Picchu, the rainy season falls between December and March, with the heaviest downpours typically in January and February.

Speak to one of our experts for guidance on the best time to visit, tailored to your Peru trip.



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