Travellers Inn is safe place to stay, close to the Mariscal but an a quiet street - no noise at all! The hostal is scrupulously clean, most of the staff speaks English and everyone is very helpful and accommodating; they arranged a pick up from the airport and the driver was there, even tough he had to wait a long time at night (my flight was delayed). The breakfast is good; it can be quite cool in Quito at night, but I had three blankets on my bed - more than was needed. The common area allows to meet other people and share experiences over a beer or a glass of wine.
I went to a tour from Quito to Otavalo and Cotacachi with Daniel - it was pleasant and interesting; I especially enjoyed a visit in the workshop making indigenous instruments; a well known indigenous group performed for us.
Overall, it was a good experience, and I plan to stay there again before my flight back from Quito.
- 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