I liked this hotel and especially liked the staff and Alicia the owner. She made me feel like family. I left this hotel to stay in another hotel but came back as I realized that this hotel was better. The breakfast was good, the beds were comfortable and WiFi was better than the other hotel. The rooms on the street side can be noisy but by 9 pm all was quiet on the street. The door to the hotel must be unlocked by staff which is very secure but also a bit of a pain to not be able to go in and out freely.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hostal Quito Cultural born of a XVIII century building at the hands of a French architect, this house currently consists as a heritage of Barrio San Marcos the oldest in Quito. With a rich pre-Columbian history, the capital of Ecuador was founded on the ruins of an Inca city, but offers everything a modern traveler may need. Still one of the best preserved historical sites in Latin America and the UNESCO declared world heritage. The location of the hostel is convenient because it allows travelers to move around the old Quito and know all the baroque jewels, like the monasteries of San Francisco and Santo Domingo, as well as the church and the college of the Company. The hostel rooms have all the amenities to make guests feel comfortable and can enjoy their holiday as they deserve, our main seal of the fraternity is offered by our staff. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hostal Quito Cultural Hotel Quito