On our first night (well, technically morning, since we arrived at around 1AM) we traveled by Taxi Green from the Lima Airport (LIM) to the Hilton Miraflores. You'll find the general consensus is that Taxi Green (more on them later) is the preferred service for getting from the Airport to anywhere in Lima. The set price was 45 Soles (approx. $18) for the 45 minute cab ride. Miraflores is a fairly well-to-do shopping district and the Hilton (which opened in Dec. 2012) is quite nice. Your first sight on entering the lobby is the massive slate water features flanking the entrance to the bar:
The room itself was perfectly adequate with modern furnishings in good condition. Just inside the door to the right was a closet with extra pillows and a safe:
The room featured a king-size bed, desk, and largish flat-screen television.
Outside the lounge was a rooftop deck, a lovely pool, and two hot tubs, all with nice views toward the ocean.
We returned to the lounge that evening for cocktails, but unfortunately I didn't take my camera. The food spread was finger sandwiches, cheeses, fruit, and a couple of hot dishes. The quality was good, but as we were going out to dinner, we didn't have much. The bar consisted of red and white wine and a decent mix of liquor.
On the final morning of our stay we needed to return to LIM. The hotel price for a transfer was around $40, but the desk clerk was happy to call a radio taxi for us. The charge ended up being less than 40 Soles, or about a third of the price of the hotel car.
All in all, I was satisfied with my stay and wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.
EDIT: We didn't eat in the hotel bar or restaurant, but I thought I'd mention a great meal we had at Papacho's a "hamburguesa" restaurant that's in the same building. They have a wide variety of Peruvian influenced hamburgers (all around 30 Soles) that go great with a Sierra Andina beer.