Located in the capital of Peru, Country Club Lima Hotel was built in 1927, but in 2017 the hotel underwent a redesign, based on a US $ 8 million investment. Walking through the Country Club Lima Hotel has always meant to be a part of Lima’s history: cosmopolitan, traditional, unique. It is a latent icon, that does not stop transforming, conserving in its corners: legends, the visits of celebrities and countless social events. Staying in one of our 83 rooms is an experience made of details of sensations and textures. Our rooms have been remodeled with avant-garde and fresh touches, without losing, of course, its classic essence. Each one is spacious, with enhancements including large leather-upholstered, monochromatic murals created by popular Peruvian artist Gihan Tubbeh; new furnishings, lighting and textiles, and new interior color schemes. And beginning in 2018, travelers can enjoy the Dom Pérignon Suite, created in collaboration with the renowned European brand and tailored to suit the most discerning tastes. Like the enthusiastic effervescence that marks every glass of Dom Pérignon, the exclusive Dom Pérignon Suite experience practically bubbles over with luxury details: luxury airport transfer, private in-room check-in and check-out experience, welcome caviar upon arrival, butler service upon request, one bottle of Dom Perignon 2009 every night during the stay and complimentary Illy coffee. Finally, the hotel has an impressive display of more than 300 pieces of art and colonial furniture from the Pedro de Osma Museum, which can be seen in the hotel’s public spaces and rooms. In addition, from 2018, the hotel has included an Art hall that exhibits unique pieces to create a complete exhibition that varies every few months offering art and culture lovers a near option to admire paintings with great historical content.