Tryp Lima Miraflores Undergoes Rebranding to INNSIDE Lima Miraflores, a Meliá Brand

Peru, Lima. January 24, 2019

Meliá Hotels International announces today that Tryp Lima Miraflores has rebranded to INNSIDE Lima Miraflores, joining the INNSIDE by Meliá portfolio. The property has undergone renovations to update its facilities and attributions to the recently renewed standards expected of the INNSIDE by Meliá brand.

The INNSIDE Lima Miraflores is now open to Lima's visitors and locals alike, making it the second INNSIDE property in the Americas region, together with the INNSIDE New York NoMad. The INNSIDE by Meliá brand currently operates 21 properties in 6 countries. The rebranded property features 140 guestrooms, a signature restaurant, business center, 24-hour fitness center, chic pool, and rooftop bar.

The hotel is located in a prime location in the district of Miraflores, a step away from the best places to enjoy varied cuisine, culture and fun. In addition, being close to financial and business centers, the hotel adapts to the dynamic and modern style of travelers seeking new experiences, in an urban and vibrant environment, while still feeling at home.

The guestrooms at INNSIDE Lima Miraflores adapt to each type of traveler. They boast a contemporary and urban design that caters to the bleisure traveler. Additionally INNSIDE Lima Miraflores is an ideal option for families with family rooms offering a king-sized bed and a bunk bed for children to sleep comfortably.

INNSIDE by Meliá hotels are functional and perfectly adapted to meet the needs of modern city visitors, offering a combination of business lifestyle, cutting-edge design, smart technology within the guestrooms and meeting spaces as well as personalized, simple and efficient service. INNSIDE Lima Miraflores features a signature restaurant 352 Gastrobar with diverse and healthy options from an exquisite international menu with Peruvian flair. Guests and locals can also indulge in a variety of signature cocktails at OVERGROUND, the refreshed rooftop bar. Additionally, INNSIDE Lima Miraflores has a 24-hour fitness center located next to the property's pool on the top floor of the hotel.

Lima, the capital of Peru, lies on the country's arid Pacific coast. Though its colonial center is preserved, it's a lively metropolis and one of South America's largest cities. It is the center of culture with a booming art scene, architecture with rich culture and an ever-developing food scene. Lima is often the start of many individuals quest to the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu, making it an admirable destination.

"Furthering our international expansion into South America, the rebranding of INNSIDE Lima Miraflores is another great milestone for INNSIDE by Meliá's growth and development,” said Gabriel Escarrer, Vice President and CEO of Meliá Hotels International. “We are very pleased to be able to bring our Spanish hospitality to this bustling metropolis, which is a perfect fit for our INNSIDE brand. We are excited to begin welcoming guests and locals too.”

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