Quito

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Casa Gangotena
9
8 reviews
Historic mansion turned boutique sleep fronting Quito’s famous Plaza de San Francisco. — Jetsetter
Hotel Plaza Grande
9
9 reviews
This grand 16th-century converted mansion overlooks the Plaza de la Independencia, and everything about it is first class. — Insight Guides
JW Marriott Hotel Quito
8
7 reviews
The enormous JW Marriott has an excellent range of facilities, including a huge spa, fitness centre and three pools — The Telegraph
Swissotel Quito
8
5 reviews
A luxury chain hotel with all mod cons and the service you'd expect. — Lonely Planet
Hotel Patio Andaluz
8
6 reviews
Largely responsible for the Quito’s renaissance... inside, 32 rooms are set within a preserved colonial mansion. — Travel + Leisure
Hilton Colon Quito
8
4 reviews
Besides its fabulous central location, Quito's original luxury hotel has everything you might need for a luxurious stay. — Lonely Planet
Hostal de La Rabida
7
3 reviews
This option occupies a lovely converted house with an immaculate white-wall interior and fresh, carpeted rooms. There’s a tiny bar-lounge and a restaurant serving delicacies. — Lonely Planet
NU House Boutique Hotel
7
5 reviews
The hotel, in the Mariscal Sucre neighborhood, feels like a Scandinavian import, with granite tile floors and minimalist décor. — Travel + Leisure
Hotel San Francisco de Quito
7
2 reviews
This historic converted house boasts spotless rooms with telephone, TV and constant hot water... Most rooms lack windows, but double doors open onto a lovely balcony over a pretty interior courtyard. — Lonely Planet
Boutique Hotel Mansion del Angel
7
4 reviews
When this charming boutique hotel moved from its original location in late 2009, it transformed from pretty nice to spectacular. — Frommer's
Hotel Sebastian
7
3 reviews
Many of the Sebastián’s 50 good-sized rooms have balconies and some have great views... There is a cozy bar with a fireplace. — Lonely Planet
Sheraton Quito Hotel
7
2 reviews
The Sheraton is the best high-end business-class hotel in the city. The facilities are top-notch and service is impeccable. — Frommer's
Kitu Hotel
7
2 reviews
In a handsomely restored colonial building, the Sierra Madre is an inviting Ecuadorian-Belgian–run place. Rooms vary in size but most have wood floors, excellent beds and a warm color scheme. — Lonely Planet
Hotel Real Audiencia
7
2 reviews
This Old Town standby offers clean, comfortable rooms at good prices... The best feature of this hotel is its top-floor restaurant with wraparound picture windows and a view of Santo Domingo Plaza. — Frommer's
LA CASONA DE LA RONDA HERITAGE BOUTIQUE HOTEL
7
2 reviews
In a beautiful house dating from 1738 located right on La Ronda, this boutique hotel oozes class — Lonely Planet
Hotel Catedral International
7
2 reviews
The location, literally around the block from Plaza Grande, is the main draw. The rooms are better than they once were, although they're still quite plain and lacking in any character whatsoever. — Frommer's
Hotel Vieja Cuba
7
2 reviews
This stunning boutique hotel, masterfully designed in a crisp, colonial Cuban theme, has refreshing rooms and a colorful flair. — Lonely Planet
Hotel Dann Carlton Quito
7
1 review
The Dann Carlton is understated and elegant and bills itself as a boutique hotel because it offers all the charm and personal service that you'd find at a small hotel. — Frommer's
Casa San Marcos by Prima Collection
7
1 review
This beautifully restored colonial mansion has just six rooms, which are set with antique furnishings, 18th- and 19th-century oil paintings and luxurious fittings. — Lonely Planet
La Posada Colonial
7
1 review
A no-brainer for those looking for low-key, low-budget non-hostel accommodations in the Old Town. — Lonely Planet
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