A beautifully restored boutique hotel, featuring many Art Nouveau and Art Deco elements.
The history of the mansion dates back to the time of the Inca’s, now situated on a plot that housed an Inca Temple. Shrouded in Ecuador’s fascinating history, it is located in the historic district of Quito, easily accessible from the airport.
Accommodation & Facilities
Rooms and suites are splayed across three floors, in varying sizes and shapes. Ceilings are tall drawing in the sunlight and décor features a combination of bits and bobs from the history of the property. Rooms are all air conditioned and sound-proofed, each en-suite with beautiful bathrooms, most of which have a separate shower and bathtub. Accommodations each have Wi-Fi and a flat screen TV. Of the 31 rooms, there are 21 luxury, 8 plaza view, 1 junior suite, 1 balcony junior suite and 2 suites.
The terrace on the third floor has wonderful views to the Old Town and there is a glass-roofed patio that is wonderful for relaxing. The restaurant in on the ground floor and features a ceiling mural by contemporary Ecuadorian artist, Lucia Falconi.
Classic Ecuadorian and international cuisine is served in the restaurant.
You are in the perfect position to explore historic Quito here, or just sit back and admire the views.
Children are welcome. Two luxury rooms can be joined to make a large family style room.