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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 renovated 1940s mansion in the chic Miraflores district, this hotelito comes from the same award-winning design team behind Hotel B in the neighbouring district of Barranco, and Titilaka, the remote experience lodge on the shores of Lake Titicaca. The informal and relaxed atmosphere breaks down the barriers between visitors and the friendly staff, making this unique eclectic townhouse a perfect cosy refuge, where guests can unwind and recharge their batteries between adventures in Peru’s vibrant capital.

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Atemporal is entirely private, meaning only guests and their invitees can use its common spaces - the veranda, salon and garden - with their offbeat but functional collector’s aesthetic.

Atemporal offers its guests an alternative lodging experience. The tireless personalized attention to detail includes a Maître de maison, concierge around the clock, house car and chauffeur for short excursions, 24/7 menu with locally-sourced ingredients, and full connectivity via our complementary Wi-Fi and mobile data hotspot. We pride ourselves on our flexibility: whatever a guest requests, we will go out of our way to deliver a made-to-measure solution including exclusive behind-the-scenes access to Lima’s contemporary creative scene.

the Inspiration

Atemporal is the home of globetrotting freelance photographer, Stefan. ​He loves Lima but is rarely home. He ensures that his trusted staff spoils his friends and takes special care of his possessions. His majordomo, personal assistant, cook and chauffeur are always on call. Sit back and unwind in the private garden, on the veranda or in one of the cosy lounge areas; or explore some of the arty photographs, bespoke items and artefacts Stefan brought from his travels throughout Peru and the rest of the world.

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