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This large hotel appeals to a constant stream of Ecuadorian nationals. Spacious, carpeted rooms are set off with glass and mirrors and touches of kitsch. In addition to TV and telephone, there’s a restaurant and laundry service.
Hotel El Indio Inn
A modern, generic hotel that caters to the business set with its large carpeted, no-nonsense rooms and highly professional staff. Not to be confused with the smaller, more-colorful Hotel El Indio.
Hostal Doña Esther
This small, Dutch-owned colonial-style hotel is cozy, with attractive rooms surrounding a courtyard ornamented with ceramics and ferns. The service is personable and there’s an attached restaurant.
A reasonable and cheap spot recommended by travelers.
Set in a 17th Century colonial-style house only a 20-minutes walk from Otavalo craft market, Hacienda Cusin offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and cable TV. It features a restaurant and a garden...
La Casa Del Nogal
Located 10 minutes’ walk from the commercial area, La Casa del Nogal offers self-catering accommodation with free Wi-Fi and panoramic volcano views in Otavalo. Breakfast is included and served daily...
Hotel Colombia Confort # 4
Located in Otavalo, Hotel Colombia Confort # 4 offers a restaurant, gardens and free WiFi. The Cascadas de Peguche Waterfalls are 1 km away and San Pablo Lake is 8 km away. Rooms at the Colombia Confort feature functional décor and wooden floors...
Hostal Otavalo Prince
Featuring a terrace coffee shop overlooking the city, Hostal Otavalo Prince offers rooms with cable TV in Otavalo. It is located only 50 metres from Bolivar Central Park.Free Wi-Fi is provided...
La Casa Sol Andean Lodge
Crossed by a waterfall, this ethnic-style house in Peguche, 3 km from Otavalo, features rooms with views of the Andes and Valley of Dawn. Free Wi-Fi and parking are available...
Las Palmeras Inn
This 150 year-old farmhouse is tucked in a lush mountain valley less than 2 hours from Quito. It features a garden, volleyball and football courts, and free private parking...
El Refugio De Intag Cloud Forest Retreat
Tucked away in an Ecuadorian Cloud Forest, El Refugio has country-style accommodations with regional décor...
Jatun Pacha Hostel
Welcome to Jatun Pacha Hostel, a family hostel with a really friendly atmosphere. We provide double, triple and group rooms and have hot water and clean bathrooms that can are either private or shared...
Featuring a terrace coffee shop overlooking the city, Hostal Otavalo Prince offers rooms with cable TV in Otavalo. It is located only 50 metres from Bolivar Central Park...
Hostal Otavalos Inn
We offer you a very warm welcome to Otavalo Inn Hostel. Owned and run by intrepid travelers we are centrally located in the heart of Otavalo (ancient Kichwas Indijenous city) provide homely comfort with personal service...
The decor in this modern Santa Fe–style hotel may make you crave chili stew and desert views...
Cabañas El Rocío
The family who owns Residencial El Rocío also runs this comfortable garden escape in the San Juan neighborhood on the other side of the Panamericana.
The very basic Hostal María is a reasonable and cheap accommodation option.
Hostal Valle Del Amanecer
The tropical-themed decor and pebbled courtyard saturated with hammocks creates a popular choice for travelers. Small rooms force guests into communal spaces and the on-site restaurant. Rent bicycles for $8 a day.
Hotel Ali Shungu
This classic, which has long been one of Otavalo’s best hotels, still reigns supreme. Heated rooms (a rarity here) decorated with Andean designs are tidy, with desks, tables and garden views. Large apartments are great for families...
Hotel El Indio
Remodeled under the hand of a sure, new owner, this hotel is a reliable option close to the Plaza de Ponchos. Large colorful rooms with glossy wood trim surround a small, open-air courtyard with tables and umbrellas...
Hotel Los Ponchos
This dated megamotel with a maze of clean tiled rooms with fuzzy animal bedspreads is good value. Stay streetside on the top floor for views of Volcán Cotacachi.
A welcome, chipper colonial place decked out with polished hardwood floors and a bright covered courtyard. The high-ceilinged rooms tucked away from the street are some of the quietest in town. Time breakfast in the restaurant to avoid tour groups.
Hotel Riviera Sucre
This Belgian-owned hotel in a large, old home offers high-ceilinged rooms and endless nooks with a garden, fireplaces, courtyard hammocks, a library, laundry facilities, internet and a small café...