Callao Lima Hotels near Cruise Port Terminal (Peru)

Hotels near Port of Callao Cruise Terminal in Lima Peru

Callao cruise port at sunset

Portao Callao, Lima Peru

If you are travelling to Lima, Peru and are thinking of spending a few days
in the city before or after your cruise, finding a nice hotel within
easy reach of the port terminal is a great choice.

The passenger terminal is located in Callao, located around 30 minutes
away from Lima. Staying here will give you many options for sightseeing as well,
and when the time comes to embark on your voyage, you are only a short
drive away from the departure terminal, so you don’t have to
waste your time on the transports.

Callao Lima

Where to Stay ?

When you are embarking or disembarking a cruise liner in Callao Lima, the best choice is to stay somewhere near the cruise port terminal, as this will give you easy access to your ship as well as well as reasonably good access to most of the sights you will want to see while spending your holiday in Peru. You can either stay nearby in Callao or in the capital city of Peru ; Lima. One of the best areas to stay in is Lima’s upscale Miraflores district.

Make sure you find a hotel that offers some good value deals as well as boasts a good location with many facilities. You will surely want to visit some good restaurants with local cuisine, interesting bars, and the most popular sights, so make sure your chosen hotel has easy access to all these facilities.

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Miraflores coast line
Hotel Hilton Lima Miraflores
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Beautiful Top hotel, highly recommended by many guests. Close to good restaurants.

Miraflores district in Lima
Radisson Decapolis Miraflores
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Highly rated accommodation located in the city’s Miraflores district.

Miraflores and city of Lima Peru
Costa del Sol Lima Airport
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Excellent 4 star lodging property near Lima’s International Airport.

Callao Cruise Port of Lima in Peru
  • Cruise Passenger Terminal

    Vessels dock at the Callao seaport, which is the gateway to Lima, the capital city of Peru. A taxi ride to Lima will be around 30 to 40 minutes.

    The Port is basically for cargo vessels but can accommodate even the largest of sea vessels.

    Callao Lima Port Av. Contralmirante Raygada 110, Callao, Peru.

    Cruiselines operating from the port include Regent Seven Seas, Oceania Cruises and Holland America Line. Sail from Callao to either North or the South. Several voyages end in Buenos Aires Argentina, Rio de Janeiro Brazil, port of San Diego or Los Angeles in California.

  • Book the best deals

    Hotels can be the most expensive part of your journey; however, if you manage to find some good deals, you should be able to save a considerable amount of money and still enjoy a stay in a great hotel in Peru.

    If you can travel off-season, this is an excellent idea: not only that the places you will want to visit will be less crowded, which will make your journey much more enjoyable, you’ll also spend less on your hotel stays, as the prices tend to go down off-season.

    In any case, it is usually best to book ahead, as many of the best properties offer great deals for advance bookings. However, if you find yourself planning a last minute trip to Lima, don’t worry: many hotels offer some great last minute deals, so you should have no problem finding excellent lodging near the port terminal at a decent price no matter when you book them.

  • Stick to your budget and save your money for the sights

    When looking for a place to stay, make sure you stay well within your budget, as it could really save you a huge amount of money. That’s good news on its own, but it also means that you will be able to spend more money on other, more interesting things, such as sights, trips, cruises and excursions.

    The whole country of Peru and Lima in particular offer a variety of interesting things to see, do and experience, so you may want to be a bit stingier with the hotel and splurge on the things you will actually remember years later.

    Amazing river cruises, spectacular architecture, stunning history, delicious cuisine and lively nightlife are just some of the reasons why Peru as well as Lima are so popular among the visitors from all over the world.

  • Some Cruise Facts

    The nearest airport from the harbor is Jorge Chavez International airport, which is about 30 minutes travel by road.

    The official languages in Peru are Spanish and Quechua. Some English is spoken in tourist shops, hotels and restaurants.

    Currency is the Peruvian Nuevo Sol. Some hotels and shops may take US dollars. ATM’s are available in the city center.

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