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Stayed at the Inca with my parents back in the mis 70s. Great then and good now. Excellent location midway between the Mariscal and the old city; right by Ejido Park. Resident tour guide is Ruben Dario Chavez C: Tel 0997 144 782 - firstname.lastname@example.org....More
+ relatively good price
- too much paperwork for my liking
- recepcionista no habla bien Inglés..
Would only recommend this hotel when in a hurry.
This hotel is definitely NOT 4 star hotel. Max. 3 on a good day..
My partner and I booked a stay at the Hotel Inca Imperial through a third-party booking website, which boasted some very impressive (but, in my humble opinion, overrated) reviews. The main floor, featured on the website and most reviews available, features beautiful Incan-style decor, but...More
This hotel is in no way 4 star. Breakfast is 2 eggs and a bread roll, fresh juice and instant coffee(?). Rooms are ok.Decor is interesting.Not a safe area to go out in at night. There are better 2 or 3 star hotels in Quito...More
Looking to save money, I stayed with a friend for 3 nights in the Inca Imperial hotel. The hotel is a bit dated, but it was in fine condition. Our room (about $45/night) included two single beds, a small TV and desk, and a bathroom...More
$40 - $54 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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