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Situated in a newly-restored historic mansion overlooking Plaza San Francisco, the three-story Casa Gangotena harbours 31 rooms, a showcase of eye-catching style, contemporary design, antiques, fine furnishings, modern technologies and quintessential comfort.
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We booked our accommodation at the last minute, as we were trying to see which the best possible option was. There were countless options to choose from, but a vast majority of them did not appeal to us, as they looked beyond basic (especially the...More
Excellent hotel in the heart of old Quito - close to historical venues. Room was large and very well appointed, service was very good. Only had breakfast at the restaurant, but it was quite good. Very enjoyable stay.
After a long morning walking the old historic and colonial centre of Quito we semi-accidentally strayed into this beautiful restored colonial hotel with its pale marble floors and cool atrium, complete with glass conservatory ceiling, chic flower art and potted palms. Nobody turned a hair...More
No better way of exploring Quito. Beautifully restored villa in the middle of the old town. Close to church and museum. Helpful “can do” smiling staff make it a very pleasant stay. Food is good - local cuisine probably not world beating but they do...More
My wife and I recently stayed at the hotel for two days and three nights and enjoyed every last minute. All of the staff were very accommodating and made our stay very memorable. Special thanks to Alfonso our concierge who went out of his way...More
The hotel is gorgeous. We heard no noise from any construction while we were there. There was also no problem with Road access around the hotel. There is a dynamite pre-Columbia museum right around the corner.