Marrying an eclectic sense of modern urban cool with an old school service ethic that anticipates guests’ every need, Atemporal is the perfect refuge for discerning travelers interested in exploring contemporary Lima.

Housed in a revamped 1940s mansion in the chic Miraflores district, this nine-room hotelito comes from the same award-winning design team behind Hotel B, in the neighboring district of Barranco, and Titilaka, the boutique lodge on the shores of Lake Titicaca. The informal and relaxed atmosphere breaks down the barriers between visitors and the friendly, knowledgeable staff, making this one-off luxury townhouse a perfect cozy refuge, where guests can decompress and recharge their batteries between adventures in Peru’s vibrant capital.

Atemporal offers its guests an alternative lodging experience. The tireless personalized attention to detail includes a Maître de maison, concierge on duty around the clock, house car and chauffeur for short excursions, 24/7 menu created with locally-sourced natural ingredients, and full connectivity. We pride ourselves on our flexibility; whatever a guest requests, we will go out of our way to come up with a made-to-measure solution, including exclusive behind-the-scenes access to Lima’s contemporary creative scene. Atemporal is entirely private, meaning only guests and those they invite can use its exclusive spaces, with their offbeat but functional collector’s aesthetic, including a veranda, salon and private garden.

Atemporal is conceived as the home of a globetrotting freelance photographer. He loves Lima but is rarely home, and ensures that his trusted staff spoil his friends and take special care of his objets. Indeed his majordomo, his personal assistant, cook and chauffeur are on call.


Each room is equipped with modern furnishings decorated with an eclectic but sophisticated mixture of contemporary and classic artworks and artifacts thoughtfully collected from across Peru. Our rooms offer all modern comforts in a sensual, intimate setting, the perfect place to relax after a full day exploring Lima’s bustling neighborhoods and markets.

Each room comes equipped with blackout curtains, ergonomic double twin, queen or king beds with sumptuous cotton bedding, a phone with free international calls, air conditioning and a fully connected smart TV. We have round-the-clock room service so it will never be too late, or too early, to have breakfast in bed, or lunch or supper for that matter.

“LAB” Category
Intimate and efficient
(Six rooms, each between 18m2 and 20m2)

  • Twin or King Bed (one room) / Queen bed (five room)
  • Luxury linens, pillows and anti allergic comforters
  • Night tables and reading lights
  • Multi-use desk with chair
  • Blackout curtains
  • Wardrobe and luggage rack
  • Phone with free international calls
  • Central light switch at room entrance and bedhead
  • Complementary Wi-Fi
  • Smart HDTV with Direct TV and Netflix
  • Air conditioning. Heaters also on request
  • Safe, big enough to fit a laptop
  • Full length mirror

“Lab+” Category
More spacious and comfortable
(Three rooms, each between 26m2 and 29m2)

  • Similar furnishings as LAB
  • Twin or King bed
  • Sitting area with two armchairs, table, sofa and/or chaise lounge

Private bathrooms include

  • One piece WC
  • High density Pima cotton towels
  • Towel heater (only in LAB+ rooms)
  • Lush cotton bathrobes
  • Magnifying mirror and hair dryer
  • Natural amenities: Shampoo, hair conditioner, body lotion, etc.  
  • Housed in a remodeled 1940s mansion with nine rooms on two floors
  • Original design with a mix of exquisite antiques, modern furnishings and tailor-made pieces.
  • Snug, intimate common spaces including veranda, salon, reading room and garden.
  • Restrained ambience, with soothing tones, and artwork, photos, books and artifacts collected from across Peru.
  • Entirely private, meaning only guests and those they invite can use Atemporal’s facilities. Also available for private events.


Included in our rates:

  • Welcome drink and evening cocktail (5-7pm), including wine, beers or juices
  • 24 hour on-site concierge service
  • Healthy a-la-Carte & buffet breakfasts
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi in the hotel and mobile phone hotspot with 4G connection throughout city
  • House bicycles available for guests
  • Free international and local phone calls
  • Self-service premium coffees and teas available in the library, on the second floor
  • International newspapers and magazines
  • Twice daily room-housekeeping and turndown service
  • Shoe-shining service

House Car With Chauffeur

  • Mini Clubman
  • From 7am to 9pm, depending on availability (No booking. Available on a first come, first served basis)
  • Max capacity three passengers + driver
  • Close transfers (Up to 4kms from the hotel)

Additional Charge (may require booking in advance)

  • Honesty bar: Self-service access to a fine selection of liquors, wine, soft drinks and snacks
  • 24/7 room service menu: Selection of fresh, homely and locally sourced food
  • Wellness and therapeutic massages
  • Personal stylist and shopping guide
  • Cultural excursions, including: art, food, cooking lessons, urban exploration, historic sites, and many other tailor-made excursions depending on guests’ interests
  • Personal fitness coach or jogging companion (previous booking required)
  • Preferred access to nearby gym
  • Same day laundry and dry cleaning service
  • Airport and in-city transfers
  • Private events and full-house booking (for a minimum of two nights)

Atemporal is located on the corners of Arica and Santa Maria streets in a leafy residential area, in the heart of the chic Miraflores district, just a few meters from the Huaca Pucllana, a pre-Inca “pyramid” that is one of Lima’s most important archeological sites, the Olivar, and Ovalo Gutierrez. The hotel is within quick striking distance of many of Lima’s best shopping areas, restaurants and neighborhoods, as well as the business district. Renowned eateries within a short walking distance include; Astrid y Gastón, the restaurant that kicked off Peru’s astonishing culinary boom back in the 1990s; Osaka, one of the best Japanese-Peruvian, or Nikkei, restaurants; and the Huaca Pucllana with the backdrop of the “pyramid”.

1. Astrid y Gastón
2. Osaka (Japanese-Peruvian)
3. Cosme
4. Bottega Dasso
5. DeliFrance
6. Madame Tusane
7. La Bodeguita
8. Carnal

Sites of Interests
9. Huaca Puccllana
10. El Olivar
11. EL Golf
12. Ovalo Gutierrez
13. Eco Market
14. Malecon

Shopping Areas
15. Miguel Dasso,
16. Conquistadores,
17. Santa Cruz