We spent a few nights here on our arrival in Equador. It is a beautiful converted old colonial house that has been done with style. The staff are attentive and friendly and good breakfasts. Quiet and unassuming. My only con would that it is probably overpriced, which meant that we were almost the only guests. Having said that, if you have some cash to splash, probably one of the nicest places to stay in Quito.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A truly historic house, dating back to 1705 has just opened it??s door as a hotel with 18 comfortable rooms. It is beautifully renovated with great emphasis on the original details and has all the comfort expected today, including a central air conditioning system. All the furniture is handmade by recognized Ecuadorian artisans and many original paintings decorate public and private areas. You will live in a real historic surrounding. The hotel is definitely declared non-smoking. It is located a block away from the main square "Plaza de la Independencia", the Government Palace and very close to many historic monuments of Quito. We also have an exclusive dining room and coffee-shop. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- El Relicario Del Carmen Hotel