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Hotels in Lima near Lima (LIM-Jorge Chavez Intl.)

Lima (LIM-Jorge Chavez Intl.) Hotels

Peru’s main international gateway, Jorge Chavez International Airport (LIM) serves the country’s charismatic capital, Lima. Situated just 11 kilometers from the city’s ornately historic core, the modern glass-glazed hub offers a wealth of services for the millions of passengers who use it every year. From the well-stocked Peru Plaza Shopping Center to the tempting scents of the food court, travelers won’t find themselves twiddling their thumbs for long.

Hotels in Lima (LIM-Jorge Chavez Intl.)

Many hotels near Lima Airport are situated around Callao, where you’ll find plenty of cost-effective digs well suited to visitors on a budget. Towards the city center there are more lavish hotels complete with rooftop terraces, indoor pools, and guestrooms with free WiFi so you can really make yourself at home.

Where to stay

The seaport city of Callao is home to the airport, and sits on a peninsula just east of Lima. As well as top seafood and pebble beaches, its attractions include the Real Felipe Fortress and Callao Cathedral. A World Heritage Site, Lima’s historical center boasts towering Colonial architecture, archaeological sites, and a variety of centuries-old churches that attract droves of tourists every year.

How to get to Lima (LIM-Jorge Chavez Intl.)

The airport serves most major cities in South America, as well as US destinations including Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, and New York. There’s a handful of ways you can get into Lima once you’ve landed, a taxi being the quickest and most convenient. Regular buses service the airport, departing from outside the arrival hall and heading to the city center. Alternatively you can rent a car, though driving in the capital can be a bit of a hassle.