I stayed in Travellers Inn Quito with my family for 3 days. The staff were very welcoming from the first minute, a lovely family.
In terms of location it was very convenient, as it is near Plaza Foch and near a lot of bars and restaurants (just a few minutes walking). The rooms were all spacious and clean, very comfy as well as the bathrooms, although sometimes there were problems with the hot water in the showers. An amazing breakfast is included which is served in a nice dinning room, where you get to share with other travellers.
Overall it is a good choice if you are going with your family, as it has charm and a very familiar environment. But I wouldn’t recommend staying for longer than 4 or 5 days, because if you’re going with kids they might get bored easily. Also I would highly recommend to book the rooms with anticipation.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This is an antique Mansion, part of the city's heritage. It used to be owned by the Quitea aristocracy of the first years in the 20th Century. Run by Pilar, even she speaks 'poquito' English, you will always have a smiling face trying to suit your needs. Anyway, there is always someone around who speaks English. We have first quality bedrooms, with private/shared bathrooms and 24 hours hot water, TV, phone, wireless Internet, security boxes, wake up call and daily room service. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Travellers Hotel Quito