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SPE Oil and Gas Facilities in Latin America: Monetizing Reserves
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23 – 24 April 2014

Lima, Peru | Swissotel Lima

Accommodations and Travel


Av. Santo Toribio 173-Via Central 150, Centro Empresarial Real
San Isidro, Lima 27, Peru
Telephone: +51 1 4214400
Facsimile: +511 421 4422

The Swissotel Lima, an elegant and modern luxury hotel, is located in the heart of San Isidro, the most attractive business, residential and cultural district of the city. Close to shopping and the central commercial district, Swissotel Lima is within easy reach of Lima's historical city centre and just seven miles (25-minute drive) from Jorge Chavez International Airport.

Secure hotel parking is also available for your vehicle during your stay.

Global Eventos has been designated as the Destination Management Company supporting SPE with this event. They will be able to help you with any housing and travel reservations. Please contact Betzy Laos at eventos@globaleventos.com.pe or +511-445 7786.

About Lima

Lima is the capital city of Peru. Strongly influenced by European, Andean, African, and Asian culture, Lima is a melting pot of cultures due to colonization, immigration, and indigenous influences. Lima has developed a tourism industry characterized by its historic center, archaeological sites, nightlife, museums, art galleries, festivals, and traditions. The historic center of Lima was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988. Also, Lima's beaches are very popular during the summer.

The city’s international cuisine has made Lima known as the gastronomical capital of the Americas. In fact, in 2013 Peru was named South America’s leading culinary destination by the World Travel Awards and visitors to Lima can enjoy its diversity and richness.

Summer in Lima lasts from December to April. Conditions are hot and dry, making these the prime months for enjoying the beach. Winter spans from May through November. Temperatures drop slightly and overcast skies envelop the seaside districts of town.

There's rarely any precipitation in Lima, no matter the season. Lima’s average maximum temperature is 27°C (81°F) and minimum temperature is 14°C (57°C).


Lima is serviced by the Jorge Chavez International Airport, which was chosen as the 2013 South America’s Leading Airport by the World Travel Awards.
Address: Av. Faucett S/N, Callao.
Website: www.lap.com.pe 

For information on national and international flights please call: +51.1.511-6055


The local currency is Nuevos Soles (S/.) and the average exchange rate S/.2.70 per US Dollar.

Visa and Passport Requirements

Attendees are strongly advised to ensure they fulfill all legal requirements to enter Peru.
Besides a valid passport, an entry visa and invitation letter may also be required.

SPE offers an official electronic invitation letter to assist you in the visa process upon registration confirmation. SPE offers an official electronic invitation letter to assist you in the visa process upon registration confirmation. Create an official SPE invitation letter that you can print and use in obtaining a visa.

Note: It is the sole responsibility of the attendee to obtain the necessary paperwork for entry to Peru. This letter does not guarantee that you will be granted a visa, nor does it commit SPE to assist you in obtaining a visa. SPE will not pay any expenses incurred by you. We cannot send the letter to the embassy or consulate for you, nor can SPE contact the embassy or consulate on your behalf.

Travel Safety Tips

When traveling, as in any major city, take certain precautions whether you are traveling or exploring the city. Here are some general tips to help make the most of your trip:

  • Lock up your valuables. Hotels provide safety deposit boxes in their rooms. It’s recommended that jewelry, airline tickets, money, and any important documents be stored in the hotel safe.
  • Remember your adapters. Lima has 220 Volts and 60 Hertz. Many hotels, including the Swissotel, offer outlets for 110-volt appliances and will be clearly marked.
  • Try not to use mobile telephones in the street and be aware of your surroundings.
  • Keep cameras and video recorders out of plain sight. Avoid wearing excessive jewelry, carrying any valuables, or large amounts of cash.
  • Use credit cards where possible. Your wallet should contain your ID, credit cards, and a minimum amount of cash.
  • Withdraw cash from ATMs that are inside your hotel, banks or commercial centers.
  • Notify hotel management as soon as possible in the event of a lost or stolen room key card.
  • Travel in a group and plan your itinerary before leaving the hotel to ensure you make your destination smoothly. If you get lost, call a taxi to take you to your destination. Your hotel can recommend a reputable taxi company.
  • Keep an eye on your luggage.
  • Exchange currency in shops or at the hotel’s front desk.
  • Pack casual light clothes. In April summer comes to an end and winter is almost around the corner and the temperatures will range from 61°F (16°C) to 77°F (25°C).
  • Bring a light jacket or sweater because some buildings and restaurants can be a little cool with the air conditioner.
  • Tip extra if you want to. Restaurants and hotel tips are 10–15%.