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We had travelled from Banos to climb Chimborazo and although a long detour as we were then on to Otavalo, this place was perfect for us.
The moment you enter you are greeted by a charming gentleman who offers you local liquor.
The place is...More
Andaluza was absolutely incredible. It probably the nicest hotel we've ever stayed at. The staff were incredibly friendly and helpful. The hotel itself is majestic. It feels as if we were taking a trip back in time. We had our wedding reception there, and the...More
We stayed here one night during our privately guided road trip from Quito to Guayaquil. The location is directly on the Pan American highway which as you might guess gets 24/7 truck traffic. The room was nice, though a little cold - there's no thermostat...More
What a fantastic experience---great views, excellent staff, fantastic restaurant, quiet, restful...everything you expect in a hotel. By far, one of the best hotels I've encountered in my travels. If you are looking for glass, brass, chrome, modern, etc, then do not stay here. This hotel...More
Staff was extremely attentive and helpful. Rooms are spacious with very comfortable large beds. Food is SO good. My only complaint would be that you cannot control the temperature in the room so during the cloudy cold afternoons and evenings our room was very cold.
Yes, you can let the long-distance bus driver know where you need to get off, and he will stop in front of the hotel if he knows where it is. Tour operators may do the same out of courtesy, but Julio Verne--for... More
Yes, you can let the long-distance bus driver know where you need to get off, and he will stop in front of the hotel if he knows where it is. Tour operators may do the same out of courtesy, but Julio Verne--for instance--won't do a pick-up unless the tour passes by the hotel anyway. If you're going to Chimborazo with them (i.e., different direction), you'll need to flag down one of the regular buses (US$1.50, if I recall correctly) or take a taxi (US$10 one-way) to their downtown office.