We stayed overnight at the Acoma and were pleasantly surprised. The location couldn't be more convenient for stepping out and going one street to the right where the big market kicks into gear on Saturday mornings. The breakfast was terrific as was the woman who served it. Our room was medium-sized - less and it would be too small. The bathroom in our room backed up against the one in the lobby near the breakfast area, and there was a high vent hole between the two, so as I shower I hear what's going on over there. Outside our window was a small alleyway with small construction going on. I would say the biggest obstacle was the total lack of any English being spoken by hotel staff. That caused some difficulty when working out our bus back to Quito. Otherwise, our room was clean, comfortable, and neatly decorated. The rate of $60 for the night was a great deal for what we received. I was looking at other properties that looked nice, but they required a taxi to get in and out of the town. Acoma seems like the best option for convenience and amenities.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Acoma Hotel provides guests with delightful rooms and a comfortable, friendly environment, while attentive staff - many of whom are family members - offer excellent service. The hotel is housed in a restored, three-story building which, with its dark wooden finishings, Andean touches and colonial construction, combines traditional and modern decor. Numerous large windows allow in plenty of light. Since its inception in July 2004 by three siblings from the Cotacahi Pineda family, the hotel has received awards and praise for it innovative approach and design. ... more less
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