There's one hotel at Lima Airport, the Ramada Costa Del Sol Lima Airport Hotel (Tel. +51(0)1 711 2000). Other hotels nearby the airport include Hotel San Antonio Abad (Tel. +51(0)1 447 6766) and Manhattan Inn Airport Hotel (Tel. +51(0)1 260 7651). For more hotels and to book online, you can go to Booking.com. They offer a large range of hotels, at competitive internet rates.
Shops and restaurants
Following the renovation of Lima Airport in 2005 there's a large range of restaurants, cafés, (snack) bars and shops. Souvenir shops, duty-free shops and typical Peruvian products can be found on Perú Plaza. There's also a large number of eating and drinking facilities, including a place that will be appreciated by smokers: not a poky little room blue with smoke but a real smoker's bar.
You can store your baggage in lockers or deposit it at a desk (Tel. +51(0)1 517 3217). There's a lost-and-found counter in the Arrivals Hall. You can also have your baggage wrapped in plastic.
You'll find several information desks (Tel. +51(0)1 517 3203) scattered around the terminal for inquiries about Lima Airport, flight schedules and airport services. There's also a Tourist Office in the Arrivals Hall.
There are several VIP lounges for Business Class and First Class passengers. Here you can not only drink and eat something, but also read international newspapers, fax, copy and use the internet. Wireless internet is of course available in these lounges. For extensive business facilities, such as renting meeting space or conference rooms, you need to turn to the Ramada Airport Hotel or the Manhattan Inn Airport Hotel (see Hotels).
Lima Airport has excellent accessibility for the disabled. There are wheelchair ramps, adapted elevators and toilets, and also low-hanging telephones. In addition, parking places have been reserved for disabled travelers near the terminal entrance.
You'll find banks, exchange offices and ATM's scattered around the terminals. At the Telefonica office in the central hall you can fax, copy and make international telephone calls. There's also a post office, a pharmacy, internet cafés and possibilities to rent cell phones. There's a First Aid station (Sanidad Aérea) in the Arrivals Hall of the domestic terminal.