Reserve These Boutique Suites near Top Attractions in Lima
When you stay at the Radisson Hotel San Isidro, you'll be in one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Lima. Known for its lush green areas, thriving business community and high-end retail outlets, San Isidro is also home to some of the most fascinating cultural attractions in Lima. Head to the Torre Tagle Palace to see one of the best surviving examples of colonial architecture, or tour the Huaca Huallamarca to get a glimpse into ancient Inca and Indian civilizations, only half a mile from the hotel. The Radisson San Isidro is also half a block from Avenida Javier Prado, one of the city's major thoroughfares and the easiest path into downtown, only eight miles away. There you can see pre-Columbian treasures in the Gold Museum or stroll the streets of Peru's capital, founded in 1535. Reserve your spacious suite
Visit these attractions near the Radisson Hotel San Isidro:
- Downtown Lima (8.0 miles)
Now a modern city that is always on the move, Lima still shows its historic roots, including sites that date to its founding in 1535. Stroll the streets of the city to get a feel for the pulse and hum of the growing and changing capital of Peru.
- Gold Museum (8.0 miles)
Pre-Columbian culture is on display at this historical center, home to a private collection of some of the world's most fascinating and prominent gold, silver and gilded copper pieces.
- Huaca Huallamarca (0.5 miles)
Now a museum dedicated to Indian artifacts, Huaca Huallamarca is a distinctive pyramid much loved by the Incas and built more than 2,000 years ago.
- Indian Market (3.0 miles)
Barter for your favorite crafts at this local market, and bring back souvenirs for the whole family.
- Museo de Historia Natural (1.3 miles)
Built by the Faculty of Sciences of the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marco in 1918, Lima's Museum of Natural History highlights Peru's diverse flora, fauna and minerals.
- Torre Tagle Palace (2.0 miles)
A Spanish Baroque sight to behold, Torre Tagle Palace was built in the early 18th century as a personal home for the treasurer of the Royal Spanish fleet. Today it is one of the best surviving examples of colonial architecture in Lima.
Map of San Isidro
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Jorge Chavez International Airport (9.3 miles)