Hotels in Quito
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.
This eco-resort funds a local high school for Amazonian youth.
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.
Pyramid-shaped hotel with a glass atrium in Quito’s financial and entertainment district.
The hotel, in the Mariscal Sucre neighborhood, feels like a Scandinavian import, with granite tile floors and minimalist décor.