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To give you inspiration, Relais & Châteaux presents the Routes du Bonheur: suggestions for travel itineraries that you can fully personalise according to your wishes and the experiences you would like to discover. Our consultants are available to help customise your route and assist you in making reservations at our properties. It is up to you to reserve any recommended activities on-site or nearby that might interest you.
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Hotel and restaurant on the seafront. This summer pavilion, dating back to the Belle Époque, is tucked away in the heart of the Barranco district, a protected historic area next to the Pacific Ocean. Marble, exotic woods, a beautifully columned white façade, open balconies and skyhigh ceilings lit by skylights in the roofs – Lima teatinas – give it a charm all of its own. Its renovation was entrusted to sculptors from the Fine Arts Academy and to an Italian cabinetmaker with a view to preserving and showcasing its rich architectural heritage. Hotel B draws its inspiration from the Bohemian atmosphere of the surrounding district and exhibits works by contemporary Peruvian artists, adding to the hotel’s character. ... Learn moreless
Restaurant in town. Founded 20 years ago in Lima, Astrid&Gastón has recently moved to a beautiful 300 years old house in the centre of San Isidro district. It epitomizes Gastón Acurio and Astrid Gutsche’s dream of sharing their contemporary take on Peruvian cuisine with the entire world. Astrid&Gastón’s cuisine draws its inspiration from the traditions and the biodiversity of Peru, and yet never breaks its links with the world around it, responding first and foremost to the challenges posed by the future and by our environment.The tasting menu is a journey throughout Peru's different environment in five parts: a living experience with a hint of magic and sensitivity. ... Learn moreless
Very trendy over the last few years, everyone can see that Peruvian cuisine has become a notable part of the country’s heritage. So the most curious foodies will want to open the door of this little museum dedicated to local gastronomy. Opened in 2011 in the old Post Office, la Casa de la Gastronomia explores culinary culture and customs from the Incas to the present day.
Stepping into this market is an unusual experience, far from the normal tourist routes. You can delve into a chaotic world, full of unique noises and aromas. Stalls of local vegetables, fish and fresh fruit juice, here everything is sold, and everything is eaten. You can try generous platefuls on the spot, or knock at the door of a neighbouring restaurant to transform the morning’s catch into a delicious ceviche…
Luxury cruises on a river. Embark on the Delfin to explore the Pacaya-Samiria Nature Reserve in Peru. The cabins of this triple-decker ship have floorto- ceiling windows, allowing you to enjoy the spectacle of the Amazon rainforest all day long — whether in the plunge pool, when looking up from your book or while sipping a pisco sour on the upper deck. In the evenings you will be lulled by the humming sounds of the jungle. Fill your days with new experiences: explore the shore by kayak, visit villages, swim with pink river dolphins, hop on a paddle board and enjoy night safaris. On board, guests can enjoy exquisite Amazonian-Peruvian cuisine, adding to your full immersion in the Amazon. ... Learn moreless
The Amazon River is of course home to piranhas and crocodiles, but it is also home to a unique species of mammal: the pink Amazon River dolphin (Inia geoffrensis) which only lives in fresh water and which, according to local legend, sometimes transform themselves into humans. During the cruise, sailing through luxurious vegetation, a dolphin’s call could often be mistaken for a siren’s song…
Somewhere between Francisco de Orellana and Indiana Jones, the scientists from the ACTS research station (Amazon Conservatory for Tropical Studies) have achieved the feat of installing several platforms linked by a 500m long suspension bridge above the canopy near the Napo River. More than thirty metres above the ground, today the passageway is open to travellers. In one glance, you can see the entire rainforest open out before you…