We stayed here on our first and last nights in Ecuador - so pretty much a good place to sleep. It's a pretty large hotel - you can end up down some long halls. You can walk to a few places nearby for eating or shopping, but in general will take a cab to places of interest.
The second time we were there we arrived mid-afternoon on a sunny day and our room was on the sunny side and was very hot. Air Conditioning isn't common in Ecuador - but they brought us a fan and we opened the sliding glass door so that as the sun set (which is always around 6:30) the room cooled down nicely. There was also a pretty good sized wedding going on - which is why they couldn't just move us to a different room - but we didn't hear anyone making too much noise or anything.
The restaurant is on the top floor - so a nice view - and good omelets and breakfast buffet. Our last night we were thinking about a quick bite to eat - the restaurant seemed pretty high scale, so we went across the street instead.
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- Located in the heart of the most exclusive residential and corporate area. With an incomparable view to the city or valley from every guestroom. The Hotel lays on a 7.5 Acres, superbly located on top of a hill, overlooking Quito's metropolis and volcanoes. Next door to the U.S. Ambassador's Residence. ... more less
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