4 JUNE 2012


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Article from BTNews 4 JUNE 2012

Lima Hilton

Hilton is to open a 207-room new-build property in Lima by the end of the year.  It is the company’s first managed property in Peru and the brand’s first Hilton Hotels & Resorts hotel in the country.

Currently under construction, Hilton Lima Miraflores is located 13 miles from the international airport in an upscale area of Lima known for its shopping areas, gardens, flower-filled parks, beaches and fine dining.  The position of the hotel, which forms part of the Miracorp Complex, makes it ideal for both business and leisure travellers. 

Featuring 207 rooms, including 45 executive rooms, nine suites and a presidential suite, Hilton Lima Miraflores is claimed to reflect the sophisticated, modern Peruvian.  The hotel will provide a fine base for events and business travellers, with nine meeting rooms, a business centre and a grand ballroom that will accommodate 350 people.  Guests will also enjoy a full service restaurant, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, lobby bar, and a sky terrace with a heated outdoor swimming pool, spa and fitness centre. 

Hilton currently has a portfolio of 50 hotels and resorts open in Latin America.  The company is actively pursuing additional growth opportunities in the region including Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Panama and Peru. www.hilton.com

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