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All reviewsyogurteggslovely little hotelsmall hotelold townlots of characterwithin walking distancequiet at nightdouble bedflat screen tvbars and restaurantsdesk staffmain buildingrooms were very cleanhot watermin walkstayed nights
The hotel was away from the old town where the main sights were. We took taxis everywhere we went and the fare was cheap. I would have chosen a near the old town though. This hotel was arranged as part of a tour. There is...More
This cosy quaint hotel was a good base for us as we took day trips and overnight trips outside Quito. The rooms are compact but clean and comfy. Beware, this is an echoing and busy hotel, so like other reviewers have shared, there's very little...More
The Vieja Cuba is a pretty little hotel in the Mariscal district of Quito. Our room was small but adequate. Very friendly and accommodating staff. Each room has a safe and free wi-fi is provided. Staff helped us move our large cases up and down...More
This hotel is a large old home which has been converted into a cozy and quaint hotel. The rooms are spacious, the beds comfortable. The included breakfast includes cereal, yogurt, eggs cooked to order, juice and coffee or tea. In addition to the charming building,...More
This was a fantastic place to stay in Quito.
Check in was fast and pleasant and the staff were very friendly and spoke excellent english to make up for my poor attempts at spanish.
The rooms were clean and well presented, there was no air...More
Response from jeremyrs1 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Steve, sorry if this is too late but I don't check tripadvisor regularly. It takes about 45 minutes from the airport to the hotel, maybe a little more in rush hour. We had transfers so I'm afraid I don't know the price... More
Hi Steve, sorry if this is too late but I don't check tripadvisor regularly. It takes about 45 minutes from the airport to the hotel, maybe a little more in rush hour. We had transfers so I'm afraid I don't know the price. The safest way is as with the rest of the city to take an official cab with all the badges. That said, we used an unbadged taxi for another trip once and it was fine and in general we found the city safe - did quite a bit of walking at night to and from restaurants and bars. There were a few streets that looked dodgy but use commonsense and you should be fine.