Sneak Peek: Hotel B, Lima, Peru

Hotel B opened in Lima’s historic Barranco neighborhood, which is home to the city’s famous Puente de los Suspiros (Bridge of Sighs). The hotel, which features 17 rooms and suites (from $450 to $700 a night), has been converted from an early-20th-century mansion. It is situated two blocks from the Pacific coastline and within walking distance of art galleries and museums. There are two outdoor spaces—a patio on the main floor and a rooftop lounge overlooking the ocean in the works—a restaurant, a bar, and a library. (+51.1.700.5106, www.hotelb.pe)

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