Beauty, History and Comfort in the Heart of Colonial Quito: Hotel Patio Andaluz

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Imagine staying in a gorgeous converted historic home in the heart of Quito.

DSC_0222Well, you can. Just book yourself a room at the Hotel Patio Andaluz and enjoy what feels like living history.

 
In what was once a private, sixteenth century home, the hotel offers comfort and all the modern conveniences needed to all guests.

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This Boutique Hotel offers a maximum capacity of a 63 guests, 11 suites and 21 rooms, so you know it will be fairly quiet.

 
The warmth of not only the décor, but also the wonderful staff, will make you feel welcome, as if visiting a dear friend.

 
DSC_0254Where was once an open air courtyard, now under a glass roof, sits a beautiful dining area where you can relax and enjoy the delicious meals offered by the hotel.

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I was stunned when I was taken to my room, as it sat alone on the top floor, when the door opened and I saw two walls of window with the most spectacular views!

 
DSC_0251After a quiet, restful night, I went down to enjoy the breakfast buffet, there was so much to choose from. The fresh fruits were abundant and impossible to resist.

 

 

Down another level from the lobby and main dining area is another quiet spot to sit and DSC_0250relax, attached is a bar, so you can enjoy one of their local cocktails or a nice nightcap.

 
Located to less than 500 feet from the Main Square also known as the Independence Plaza, you are within walking distance of many sites and shopping. It is a lovely area to go for a walk and take in the sights and sounds of Quito.

 
I enjoyed my stay there immensely and hope to visit again. The staff was wonderful, friendly and helpful and the property itself was stunning.

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