Kai Killari Hotel is located in one of the most modern neighborhoods of Lima. The name of the hotel translates as "moonlight". The brand takes up the element of the moon, adding traditional elements such as the "K'intu", three leaves of the coca plant whose ritual use is associated with gratitude for life. In addition, the symbol resembles a condor in flight, the Andean bird par excellence. The brand makes a subtle and constant use of traditional elements: Inca Kipus, sacred geometries, kintus and the ever-present moon, in this way we seek to exalt the ancestral roots and traditions of Peru.