The JW Marriott Hotel Lima is a 5-star luxury hotel located in posh Miraflores district of Lima, the capital of Peru.
PTY Custom Lighting provided all the light fixtures for the guest rooms in this new build developed by the owner. We worked with HPG International Latin America and JW Marriott Lima on the custom lighting project. The project start date was January 7, 2015. We completed the custom hotel lights on February 10, 2015, and they were delivered to the hotel on March 22, 2015.
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About the JW Marriott Hotel Lima
The JW Marriott Hotel Lima gets rave reviews from guests, who often call it the best hotel in Lima. It is known not just for the excellent accommodations and gorgeous views of the Pacific Ocean, but its exceptional customer service.
The JW Marriott Hotel Lima is located in the popular Lima tourist destination, the Miraflores district. This upscale and affluent area south of downtown Lima is known for its fantastic shopping, delicious restaurants, trendy bars and nightclubs, and access to the Pacific Ocean.
The climate in Miraflores is mild, with an average low of 55 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter and a high of 86 degrees in the summer. While clouds are frequent, very little heavy rain falls on the district. This makes the district an extremely popular place for tourists who come here from all over the world to relax and enjoy the beautiful country of Peru.
With its unique curved design of glass patterned with stone squares, the JW Marriott Hotel Lima is an iconic building in the midst of this popular district. It is designed to appeal to the well-heeled discriminating traveler who wants luxury and the best service.
The hotel has won awards and accolades, including the 2017 Green Partner Award from TripAdvisor, the 2017 Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor, and the 2018 Travelers’ Choice Award from TripAdvisor.
Custom Light Fixtures for the Guest Rooms
In coming up with the perfect lighting for this upscale, landmark hotel, PTY Lighting took into consideration the discerning guests that would be staying here. The overall design of the hotel was that of simple sophistication, with clean lines and muted colors such as off-white and tan, complemented by rich browns. Our custom lighting needed to accent the elegant décor without taking away from it.
The JW Marriott Hotel Lima offers the following room types:
- Deluxe Room: Comes with one king or two double beds and an ocean/city view.
- Prime Ocean View: Comes with one king or two double beds, and an ocean facing view.
- Executive Room: Comes with access to the executive lounge, one king or two double beds, and an ocean facing view.
- Suite: Comes with access to the executive lounge, an executive suite, one king-sized bed, and an ocean facing view on a high floor.
- Suite with Whirlpool: Comes with access to the executive lounge, an executive suite, one king-sized bed, a whirlpool jacuzzi and an ocean facing view.
- Presidential Suite: Available on the executive level with access to the executive lounge on a private access floor. Comes with a presidential suite with one bedroom, one king-sized bed, and one and a half bathrooms.
Many room types had similar interior designs but, of course, additional lighting needed to be designed to accent and light up the suites.
The basic guest room includes a unique lighting fixture: Behind the bed, four panels are angled slightly to overlap and allow some light to peek through. Next to the bed are rectangular lamps with simple black metal frames.
In the larger rooms and suites, elegant standing floor lamps were included, with an asymmetrical tripod base and large solid lampshades.
Room desks offer a table lamp that is reminiscent of the bedside lamps, only these have dark, oval shades framed by black metal.
The luxurious presidential suite – which even has its own baby grand piano – has its own special lighting, including a unique hanging light fixture that incorporates four separate lamps with shades on a chrome bar.
All the rooms also included recessed lighting placed in strategic areas to light up walkways, bathrooms, and other commonly used spaces.