Hotels in Quito
Hotels in Quito range from budget, bare-bones hostels to luxurious boutique hotels that offer a wide array of amenities. Most visitors to Quito choose to stay in the city's 'New Town,' which has the most vibrant nightlife, but for those more interested in sightseeing than partying, there are plenty of Quito hotels located in 'Old Town.'
Some of the best hotels in Quito include the JW Marriot Hotel Quito, which boasts lush grounds, an outdoor pool and a full service spa, and boutique hotels including Hotel Plaza Grande, Villa Colonna, El Relicario del Carmen and Patio Andaluz.
Those traveling on a budget have a large number of hotels in Quito to choose from, including The Secret Garden, which is located in the city's 'Old Town,' and has a rooftop terrace that boasts sweeping views of the city down below. In addition, the hotel's staff whips up three course meals for guests each night, creating a family-style atmosphere. For tourists who prefer to stay in 'New Town,' Casa Helbling – an old mansion that has been repurposed as a hotel – is a good budget option.
Pyramid-shaped hotel with a glass atrium in Quito’s financial and entertainment district.
Modern 13-story building in the upscale Floresta neighborhood, with sleek interiors that feature an abundance of dark woods; on site is Japanese restaurant Tanoshii, one of the city's hottest spots.
The 2004 hotel was largely responsible for the Quito’s renaissance. Inside, 32 rooms are set within a preserved colonial mansion.
In the heart of Old Town, this six-suite boutique property features private patios, high ceilings, and antique furnishings.
The hotel, in the Mariscal Sucre neighborhood, feels like a Scandinavian import, with granite tile floors and minimalist décor.
This eco-resort funds a local high school for Amazonian youth.