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Guesthouses and B&Bs
Hotel Real Audiencia
The Real Audiencia offers nondescript but nicely kept rooms with wi-fi. Most rooms are carpeted and many have views. The service is friendly and attentive, and the price includes breakfast in the top-floor restaurant with its great views.
Hotel Plaza Internacional
Inside a large colonial mansion, this converted guesthouse offers bright rooms with stucco walls and friendly service. Some rooms are bigger than others and the best have wood floors and balconies.
Hotel Patio Andaluz
Inside a remodeled 16th-century home, the plush rooms of this elegant hotel open onto interior wooden-floor balconies. Beautiful woodwork fills the rooms and common areas, service is top-notch and a peaceful air pervades the place.
Hotel El Relicario Del Carmen
This delightful guesthouse is set in a converted colonial mansion sprinkled with colorful paintings and stained-glass windows...
Hotel Sierra Madre
In a handsomely restored colonial building, the Sierra Madre is an inviting Ecuadorian-Belgian–run place. Rooms vary in size but most have wood floors, excellent beds and a warm color scheme, while the best quarters have vaulted ceilings and verandas...
Hostal De La Rabida
This option occupies a lovely converted house with an immaculate white-wall interior and fresh, carpeted rooms. There’s a tiny bar-lounge and a restaurant serving delicacies such as filet chateaubriand (thick steak) and crêpe suzette – for guests only.
Hotel San Francisco De Quito
This historic converted house boasts spotless rooms with telephone, TV and constant hot water (some even have lofts)...
Hotel Suites Gonzalez Suarez
This sophisticated little hillside hotel has plush rooms with pine-colored carpeting, cheery yellow walls and outstanding views over Guápulo. Some rooms have balconies and all have excellent beds and tasteful furnishings...
This friendly, three-story guesthouse in La Floresta is family run and has a very spacious feel with lots of light, huge rooms; high, wooden ceilings; and hardwood floors. The owner welcomes guests with a shot of punta (homemade firewater)...
Plaza Grande Hotel
Quito’s finest hotel offers gorgeously decorated rooms (all suites) with carved-wood details, chandeliers and marble bathrooms with Jacuzzi tubs. Some rooms have small balconies...
Hostal De La Mancha
Set in a sleek, modern, five-story building, this is a comfortable if somewhat bland midrange option. The clean rooms feature a mint color scheme with dark-green carpeting, good mattresses and huge windows, and there’s wi-fi access.
Hotel Viena Internacional
Though the ’70s-style grapevine wallpaper can bug your eyes out, the spotless rooms, top-notch service and cheerful interior patio make this the best hotel deal in the old town. Rooms have hardwood floors, TVs, hot water and good showers...
Hotel Los Alpes
A touch over the top in the design department, Los Alpes has wild wallpaper, decorative plates and gilded knickknacks that somehow don’t detract from the overall alpine charm of the place...
Hotel Villa Nancy
In a well-to-do residential neighborhood, this large, pretty house with wooden shutters provides an elegant but unpretentious stay. The rooms have sponge-painted walls, big windows, framed artwork and a trim, neat design...
Near Pontevedra, this delightfully converted house in La Floresta has spacious, colorful rooms with blue-and-yellow–checkered bedspreads that match the house’s paintjob. It has a small garden and a welcoming, family feel.
A good cheapie option popular with travelers, Nassau offers a range of rooms. Rooms with private bathrooms are clean and bright, while rooms without are dark and somewhat dismal.
Posada Del Maple
Maple is a friendly place with clean but dated rooms, comfy lounge areas and outdoor space. It’s well liked by many travelers.
New in 2008, this friendly guesthouse has six pleasant rooms with wood floors in a converted house on a quiet street. There’s a grassy yard in front for barbecues, a comfy lounge with fireplace and a kitchen for guest use.
An excellent new addition to Mariscal, Kanela offers minimalist but stylish rooms in a pleasant converted house on pretty Rodriguez. It’s a friendly, welcoming place.
Hostal El Arupo
One of several good guesthouse/hostels on the quietest street in the Mariscal, El Arupo is a spotless and homey converted house with a lovely little front patio. Rooms are a bit dark, but the beds are firm and there’s an immaculate communal kitchen.
Hotel Vieja Cuba
This stunning boutique hotel, masterfully designed in a crisp, colonial Cuban theme, has refreshing rooms and a colorful flair. Two rooms have fireplaces, and the wood floors throughout are polished to a sheen.
A Quito landmark, this huge, 215-room hotel is high on the hill above Guápulo. Its heyday was in the ’60s, as its minimalist design makes clear, but it still attracts handfuls of business and leisure travelers...