Hotels in Ecuador

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The picture of sophistication and colonial history, Casa Gangotena has neoclassical columns, charming gardens, and 31 pristine rooms awaiting city... Read More

The five-star property, opened in 2007 is in one of the best-preserved colonial cities in South America. Loja remains off the beaten path, unlike Quito... Read More

This 217-year-old hacienda is an ideal base for visits to the legendary Otavalo market and to craft villages specializing in wood carving, weaving, and... Read More

San Agustín de Callo has deep roots as a lodge. In the foothills of the snowcapped Cotopaxi volcano, 48 miles from Quito, the hacienda sits on... Read More

With its 300 cows and 2,000 sheep, Hacienda Zuleta is a working farm that produces crops (wheat, quinoa, organic vegetables) in the Ecuadoran Andes, two... Read More

Downtown high-rise just 8 minutes from the international airport, with Guayaquil’s best business amenities.... Read More

The 2004 hotel was largely responsible for the Quito’s renaissance. Inside, 32 rooms are set within a preserved colonial mansion. Read More

Pyramid-shaped hotel with a glass atrium in Quito’s financial and entertainment district. Read More

The Kapawi Ecolodge and Reserve is an experiment in sustainable ecotourism. Five years ago the original developers gave it back, as agreed, to the... Read More

Wildlife viewing is unparalleled from the private seaview balconies. Read More

The hotel, in the Mariscal Sucre neighborhood, feels like a Scandinavian import, with granite tile floors and minimalist décor. Read More

Modern 13-story building in the upscale Floresta neighborhood, with sleek interiors that feature an abundance of dark woods; on site is Japanese... Read More

In the heart of Old Town, this six-suite boutique property features private patios, high ceilings, and antique furnishings. Read More

Agency: Exsus TravelThis company has dozens of villas and private houses across Argentina, Belize, Brazil, and Peru, many of which adhere to an eco... Read More

This eco-resort funds a local high school for Amazonian youth. Read More

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