An extraordinary place. Bags of history (Simon Bolivar was a regular visitor) and a lovely garden, in a peaceful location out of town, and still owned and run by the original family whose current head gave us a welcome talk on the first night. The trouble is, the family clearly know nothing about running a hotel and they have not invested in any modernisation whatsoever. The rooms are vast - and freezing cold. They have open log fires in each room which the staff will willingly light for you, using a generous splash of diesel fuel to get them going (no - I am not kidding) and they put hot water bottles in the beds. You pretty much are forced to eat in their restaurant unless you have your own transport into town or want to get a cab (which can be done) but the food varies from poor to unimaginative. Despite all this it was a brilliant experience for one or two nights, but at least go with your eyes open. This is billed as a 4 star hotel by some companies - which it is not.
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- Also Known As:
- Hacienda Pinsaqui Otavalo
- Hacienda Pinsaqui Hotel Otavalo