Termas de Papallacta Spa & Resort is located just 67 km (40 miles) east of Ecuador's capital, Quito. Established in 1994, Termas de Papallacta Spa & Resort is well regarded in the tourism industry for its professionalism, continuous innovation in spa-related matters and environmentally responsible operations. Even in previous decades, the soothing thermal springs in unspoilt natural surroundings placed this area as a 'must visit' among Ecuadorian tourist attractions. The rooms are situated next to the thermal pools for exclusive use of guests, each with heating and a private bathroom.
Standard rooms feature heating and a private bathroom. The rooms are situated next to the thermal pools for exclusive use of guests.
Decorated with wooden walls and gabled roofs, rooms at Termas de Papallacta are fitted with wooden furnishing. Some of the bungalows feature seating areas with fireplaces.
At 150 meters distance from the hotel, you will be able to enjoy privately one of the beautiful cabins, whose external swimming pools, exclusive for guests, will provide you with an environment where you will be able to relax and enjoy with your family or friends unforgettable moments.
Since good food is an important part of the trip, Termas de Papallacta offers delicious national and international cuisine. Local fresh trout is the speciality. Many of the ingredients used are fresh from the hotel's organic vegetable garden, free from chemicals or pesticides. At the Kiosk you can purchase a variety of snacks and drinks.
The SPA's hydrotherapy area consists of five hot thermal pools and one cold pool. The Thermoludic Area is the ideal place to experience a variety of different hydromassages using either water jets or air bubbles.The Thermal Club combines beauty treatments with warm and friendly service. In a private and exclusive environment, you can enjoy a range of different treatments related to health and beauty
The hydrothermal value of Termas de Papallacta's Hot Springs is thanks to Papallacta's location between two volcanoes, Volcano Cayambe and Volcano Antisana.