If you need a cheap hotel, you'll find 10 budget-friendly options in Quito, such as Balmoral Apartamentos & Suites and Hostal La Casa Tolena. Galapagos Natural Life Hostel is a budget hostel in Quito that is 15 minutes' walk to Reserva Alto Coca. Budget travelers will find a number of hostels like Hostal Del Piamonte tucked away in Bellavista district of the city.
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Where to stay in Quito?
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Quito airports & Subway stations
For early morning flights, think over staying at Wyndham Quito Airport, close to Mariscal Sucre airport, which boasts free self-parking, a sauna and a patio. If you would like to have a fast and easy access to many parts of Quito, select a hotel next to the metro station, such as the 4-star Hotel El Relicario Del Carmen situated less than 950 feet away from Metropolitan Cathedral metro station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
To enjoy Quito without a car book a hotel like Casona El Descanso, an suburban venue in the heart of the highly walkable downtown. A cheaper option in the center is Rebel Hostel, which comes at 22US$ per night. Situated in La Carolina district, Jw Marriott Hotel Quito is also close to an amusement park and a stadium.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Quito
If you're interested in a deluxe getaway, there are 30 posh accommodations in Quito including Sheraton Quito or Wyndham Garden Quito. If you like comfort and coziness, think about booking a room at Hotel Plaza Grande which is within 10 minutes' walk of Museo Ecuatoriano de Ciencias Naturales. If you are used to the comfort and style of chain hotels, pick Le Parc, which is also a 20-minute walk away from Varadero.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Chez Elena Guesthouse offers a cheap deal with a Jacuzzi, a rooftop terrace and tubing. Quito has 525 B&B deals, such as Hermosa Vista Bed And Breakfast or Suite Quicentro for your home-like comfort and atmosphere. With free self-parking, a patio and a free parking lot, Hotel Sandmelis is ideal for families visiting Quito. For a relaxing vacation, reserve a resort hotel near Palacio de Gobierno, such as Hotel Inca Imperial or Suites Metropoli.
City Guide: Discover the best of Quito
The capital of Ecuador, San Francisco de Quito is also called ‘the middle of the world’ due to its close proximity to the equator.
The city is located in the highlands of Ecuador about 2,800m above sea level. It is surrounded by volcanoes and the Andes mountains. Because of its location, Quito is blessed with warm weather almost all year round. The active Pichincha volcano is the closest to Ecuador’s capital. It is worth noting that Quito is the only capital in the world that lies close to a great number of volcanoes.
Quito hotels are numerous and are placed all over the capital. Booked.net offers you a wide choice of hotels from cost-effective options to luxury hotels. On the website you will find detailed information regarding the hotels location, their facilities, photos and guests’ rating. Please search on Booked.net and get the best deals possible.
Quito was among the first cities included into the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. Abundance of magnificent churches, cathedrals and museums makes this city the cultural centre of Ecuador. It is much worth visiting at least some of the greatest masterpieces of Ecuador’s cultural heritage:
- Cathedral of Quito, which belongs to one of the ancient churches in the South America. On its walls one can see inscriptions left by Francisco de Orellana when he started the expedition to the Amazon. The cathedral also contains tombs of important figures in Ecuador's history
- Church of the Society of Jesus which had been under construction for more than 160 years. It is a landmark of Latin American Baroque
- Church and Convent of St. Francis which construction was launched a few years after the city was founded by Spanish conquistadors
- Museo de la Ciudad, which provides an insight into the history of Quito
- Museo Nacional del Banco Central del Ecuador which covers the history of the country from pre-historic times to the current days.
Quito is also home to great nightlife and places to chill out. The best clubs, bars and restaurants can be found within the Mariscal area. The city is also famous for its parks. For instance, park Metropolitano Guanguiltagua is definitely worth a stroll. It is the largest park in South America where you can enjoy the eucalyptus forest with various sculptures displayed. If you fancy heading up to the mountains, take an aerial tramway to the east side of the Pichincha volcano. Here you can spend a day on the altitude of 4,100m, have lunch at one of the cafes and enjoy a spectacular view of the Andes.
Quito is an absolutely stunning place. To fully enjoy its unrivalled beauty, book a hotel on Booked.net. On the website you can find the best hotels to suit your preferences and budget.