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Forbes

The owners of the impossibly dreamy Titilaka on Peru's Lake Titicaca, opened this boutique home-tel in Lima a few years ago to acommodate guests who were en route to more remote locales

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Food & Wine

Si buscas el encanto de un hotel boutique y servicio personalizado. Atemporal albergado en una hermosa casona de los años 50 en el barrio de Miraflores, es la mejor opción. Íntimo, entrañable y en especial poder vivir el ambiente decorada con el mejor de los gustos.

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Country & Townhouse

Peru Poshly! Leave the backpackers behind and hit the Peruvian heights in style, says Devanshi Mody. Read the C&TH Peru travel guide before you plan your trip.

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Casas

La restauración de esta casona de estilo Tudor comenzó con un objetivo claro: proteger el patrimonio cultural de Miraflores. Así, el arquitecto Jordi Puig y la diseñadora de experiencias Sandra Masías reconfiguraron la contrucción para transformarla en un pequeño hotel de aires eclécticos y espíritu familiar.

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Vogue (Australia)

Lima is overshadowed by Peru's most magnificent site, the 'Lost City' of Machu Piccu. However, with historic highlights worthy of such ancient civilization, colonial-era splendour and a tantalising gastronomic revolution - the Peruvian capital is more than a mere pit stop. There are many reasons why you should linger a little longer in Lima.

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Food & Wine (ES)

Albergarse en este encantador hotelito, como ellos mismos lo llaman, es como quedarse en la casa del amigo más "cool", el cual por supuesto sería amante del diseño y el arte.

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Tablet

Atemporal is presented as the home of an imaginary globetrotting photographer, one who's left you full access to his 1940s Tudor-style mansion in Lima's Miraflores neighborhood, his car, his staff - with instructions to anticipate and meet your every need - and his modern decor that still matches Lima's pervasive European colonial vibe

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SKY Delta

Lima is a sprawling seaside city of more than 9 million people with dozens of distinct districts. It can seem overwhelming, but stay focused on these three areas of Peru’s capital and you’ll discover the city’s most compelling hotels, culture and cuisine.

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Conde Nast Traveller

The nine rooms are a cool mix of contemporany styling and antique furniture and detailing. Out front there are bikes and a Mini Cooper for exploring the city.

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Tatler (UK)

Atemporal is "tu casa" in Lima, says Tatler Magazine

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Vogue

9 Destinations Every Adventurous Woman Should Visit in 2017

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The New York Times

As South America’s popularity as a tourist destination continues to rise, a number of existing luxury hotels are investing in renovations while new ones are opening across the continent.

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Ayni Magazine

Lima, al igual que sucede en muchas otras, es una ciudad que cuenta con una amplia oferta de hoteles, que van de las grandes cadenas como Marriott, Hilton, Starwood, a cadenas peruanas como Casa Andina o San Agustín.

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Travesias - Virtuoso Life

Dime donde vas...te diré donde dormir. Desde un viaje de negocios en la Ciudad de México hasta uno de placer por Lima

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New York Post

Lima’s latest designer B&B is a dream. Set in a hidden pocket of Lima’s upscale Miraflores district, Atemporal is the city’s newest designer B&B.

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The Points Guy

A daring (and darling) new boutique hotel

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National Geographic Traveller

National Geographic Traveller (UK) reveals The Cool List 2017 must-see destinations for 2017

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Ker & Downey

An Interview with Ignacio Matias. designer of Atemporal, Lima's Newest Luxury Hotels

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Luxury Latin America

Atemporal - Housed in a grand 1940's converted mansion, Atemporal is that unique combination of antique and modern luxury

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