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All reviewstop flooramazing showerthird floorhighly recommend hotelbalcony overlooking the streetcharming hotelrooftop terracehardwood floorseggsstreet noisethe hotel staffold buildingincluded breakfastreception deskbreakfast roomjuicea wonderful place to stay
The hotel is about 3 blocks from the main square Plaza Calderon and the Cathedrals. A $1.60 taxi ride from the airport ( really cheap taxis - orange number plates or orange stripe over number plate, metered).
Very helpful staff. We stayed in room 9...More
We started our Ecuador tour in Cuenca and this hotel. The atmosphere here is wonderful South American and should not be missed. The hotel is charming and you will feel like you have seen into Ecuador's past. The rooms are quite nice. If I have...More
The staff was topnotch here and the rooms were clean, large and stocked with the finest of amenities. The central location of this hotel is also it's worst problem. While within walking distance to most everything, it's location on a main road means not only...More
Great location, on premise parking, comfortable rooms with fantastic showers! The staff is friendly and accommodating and speak English. Within walking distance to almost everything. Surprisingly quiet at night but the early morning traffic reminds you that you are in the thick of things. But...More
We stayed 5 nights in room 11, top floor on the corner with the balcony facing the street. The room was very comfortable and quiet, the bed excellent, the shower was always hot and with good pressure, the wifi was fast, the staff very friendly...More
LATAM has several flights a day from Quito, and it's about a half hour in the air. The planes are relatively new Airbus 319s and 320s, and LATAM (formerly LAN) has an excellent safety record. It does not appear that you can... More
LATAM has several flights a day from Quito, and it's about a half hour in the air. The planes are relatively new Airbus 319s and 320s, and LATAM (formerly LAN) has an excellent safety record. It does not appear that you can fly directly from Guayaquil to Cuenca, as you have to fly to Quito first. The bus ride is long, and many buses don't have an on-board bathroom. We booked our one-way flight from Cuenca to Quito only 3 days in advance, and it was $167 for two adults.