Your trip to Lima should include a visit to the best museums such as Larco Herrera Museum, the ruins of Pachacama, and the many other interesting destinations. And of course a trip to Lima wouldn’t be a vacation without exploring the nightlife. You’ll want to ensure you have good accommodations. Here are five Lima hotels, which offer a nice variety of places to stay. Whether you are looking for luxury or just a place to lay your head there is accommodations for everyone.

Radisson Hotel San Isidro – You’ll find this modern hotel situated in one of the exclusive areas of Lima. There are 38 suites, Fitness and Business Center, and on site restaurant. You can enjoy all the amenities you’ll need. On the top of the Radisson Hotel, you’ll find the pool and sauna. If you are looking for accommodations that are centrally located, modern, and with all the conveniences you won’t be disappointed here.

Royal Park Hotel Lima – Situated in the business center of San Isidro, this Lima hotel offer a sophisticated style with its modern architecture. Enjoy the contemporary art that adorns the walls, and be sure to dine at the Le-Moliere restaurant, which you’ll find on the 3rd floor. Enjoy the Peruvian cuisine with its French flair.

Delfines Hotel and Casino – The surrounds will astound you and the service here is second to none. Enjoy the fine dining the on-site gourmet restaurant has to offer, and don’t forget to try your luck at the casino. Wait – there’s more. There are two dolphins that call Delfines Hotel home. Be sure to visit them.

Second Home Puru – This quaint, extraordinary inn is perfect if you want to relax. Located in a neighborhood with a bit of a Bohemian flare the area has a great vibe. This 1913’s idiosyncratic home has a real artistic flavor, with rooms that are spacious, looking out over the ocean.

Hostal de las Artes – Located in a nice area in the southern fringe of Lima Centro, you are just a block from Plaza Bolognesi. If you are looking for something basic where you can lay your head at night, you’ll love what this Dutch hostel has to offer. It’s friendly and one of the best buys in town. It’s extremely popular for value conscious travelers and backpackers.

There you have it – 5 of the best Lima hotels, and there are plenty of other great places to stay. The best hotels fill quick, so book early.