This very welcoming B&B is like staying at a friend, or with family. And then all the tips and advice you get. We experienced some great placed because of that. So very helpful. Thank you, Jenny. It is located in a quite residential area, which makes it safer (although we did not feel unsafe anywhere in Quito or Ecuador), but... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- “La Casa Amarilla,” built in 1948, is one of the last buildings of Modern Quito that survived the urban modernization movement. The building conserves the history of its era, which we remember fondly in Quito, a city declared by UNESCO as the first “World Heritage Site” Conveniently located in the modern sector of Quito in a safe and peaceful residential area, La Casa Amarilla offers a perfect jumping off point to move about the city. In a ten minute car ride you can arrive at the Mariscal Sucre International Airport or the historical center of Quito. In a 25 minute (2 km) walk, you will encounter numerous tourist attractions such as “La Zona Rosa,” located in La Mariscal, the city cable car “El TeleferiQo,” various community parks, and the financial and commercial districts of Quito. The Trolley and Metrobus lines are located very close to the house and several regular bus routes pass nearby taking you to any destination within the city limits. ... more less
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