The hotels below have been grouped into three pricing categories:
Luxury (over $100)
Moderate ($30 to $100)
Cheap (under $30)
The prices quoted above are the starting prices for a standard double room and include taxes and breakfast unless otherwise specified.
This legendary hotel, in the heart of Mariscal Sucre area, is owned by a Hungarian painter who has turned every room into a work of art. Located in an old mansion house, it has a lush garden and a common area where you can dine in style or chat with other travellers, sitting by the fireplace. Wireless Internet is available.Address: , Robles 513 y Reina Victoria, Quito,
Telephone: +593 2250 4078.
Hilton Colón Quito
Close to the historical district and Quito's airport, Hilton Colón Quito is a large compound, complete with the excellent Italian Portofino restaurant and a sushi bar. The main 19-storey tower overlooks Edijo Park and the Old Town. Large rooms have all the expected amenities. The hotel also boasts a fitness centre, a spa with Turkish bath and sauna, and an outdoor heated pool.Address: , Avenida Amazonas 110 y Patria, Quito,
Telephone: +593 2382 8300.
Set dramatically on top of the cliff overlooking the picturesque Guaopolo valley, this hotel offers luxurious rooms as well as apartments for a prolonged stay, complete with all amenities one might expect from a high-class business hotel. It has six restaurants specializing in Swiss, French, Japanese and other international cuisines. The Amrita Spa centre boasts a gym and two pools - indoors and outdoors.Address: , Avenida 12 de Octubre 1820 y Luis Cordero, Quito,
Telephone: +593 2 256 7600.
Casa Joaquin Boutique Hotel
Situated in the lively La Mariscal district, this boutique offering occupies the grounds of a restored colonial house and enjoys a rooftop terrace and large patio. Rooms include parquet flooring and all the modern fixtures and fittings you would expect, including a flat-screen TV, telephone and free Wi-Fi.Address: Mariscal, Joaquin Pinto E4-376 y Juan Leon Mera, Quito,
Telephone: +593 2222 4791.
Hostal de La Rábida
Everything is white in this friendly Italian-run, middle-range hotel: the mansion house which it occupies, the rooms and the rabbit that lives in the little garden into which rooms open - hence the name. There is a cosy little restaurant serving Italian and Ecuadorean meals. Wireless Internet is available.Address: , La Rábida 227 y Santa Maria, Quito,
Telephone: +593 2222 2169.
Hotel La Cartuja
This mansion house with a large green patio occupies the site of the former British Embassy. The US and French embassies are both next door. Rooms are spacious, with comfy beds. The kind if somewhat hectic service creates a homey feel. Laundry service and Internet are available.Address: , Leonidas Plaza 170 y 18 de Septiembre, Quito,
Telephone: +593 2252 3721.
Socially-minded and solo travellers should feel right at home with Community Hostel's daily schedule of activities, which include everything from a weekly food tour of the city to a Saturday night pub crawl. Situated in Quito's historic centre, the hostel also offers free Wi-Fi, security lockers, and 24 hour reception.Address: , Pedro Fermín Cevallos, Quito, 170136
Telephone: +593 9590 49658.
Hostal El Taxo
This no-frills guesthouse offers a range of private rooms and shared dorms, most with shared bath. Everything is a bit ramshackle, but the atmosphere is great and it attracts a cool crowd of hip young travellers. Breakfast is not included.Address: , Mariscal Foch 909 y Cordero, Quito, 170150
Telephone: +593 2222 5593.
The Secret Garden
One of very few accommodation options in the historical centre, this small Australian/Ecuadorian-run hostel is of outstanding value. Full of plants and flowers (hummingbirds feeding on the nectar), it is decorated with murals - the creation of visiting artists from all around the world. The terrace on the fifth floor overlooking the colonial district is unbeatable for a late-afternoon beer.Address: , Antepara E4-60 y Los Rios, Quito,
Telephone: +593 0229 56704.