The Hotel Patio Andaluz Quito, located in the heart of historic “Quito Antiguo” and surrounded by churches, museums and national monuments, was declared Cultural Patrimony of Humanity by UNESCO in 1978. The Hotel is an official National Treasure and holds centuries of history within its walls. It was part of the original Solaris (original building sites) that constituted the City of San Francisco of Quito at the time of its foundation.
Hotel Patio Andaluz, located in the heart of the historic “Quito Antiguo”, declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO un 1978, is surrounded by churches, museums and national monuments. The hotel is an official National Treasure and holds centuries of history within its walls. It was part of the original Solaris (original building sites) that constituted the city of San Francisco de Quito by the time of its foundation. Since then, revolutionary actors, historic figures, presidents and thinkers had passed through its patios and corridors. Enjoy the elegance and comfort that this Hotel Boutique gives you, with its great arches, balconies and attics.
Standard Rooms feature complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable channels are offered for your entertainment. The private bathroom has a shower/tub combination, as well as complimentary toiletries. Air conditioning, complimentary bottled water, and a desk are among the conveniences offered.
The air-conditioned guestrooms at Hotel Patio Andaluz include complimentary bottled water and complimentary toiletries. Guests can use the in-room complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access. Televisions are equipped with cable channels. In addition, amenities available on request include hair dryers, irons/ironing boards, and wake-up calls. Turndown service is offered nightly and housekeeping is available daily.
With maximum capacity of a 63 guests, 11 suites and 21 rooms Standards, a restaurant, a cava-bar, a library, and with fully equipped amenities through out the hotel without leaving aside the traditional value that is being offered in its typical colonial style.
The suites are all two levels, with a bedroom on one level and a comfortable sitting room on the other. The rooms are all large and elegant, with wood floors, Persian rugs, antique-style furniture and beds, large desks, and 37-inch flatscreen televisions. Most units have windows opening onto one of the two central courtyards (a few face the street).
The exclusive restaurant El Rincón de Cantuña which specializes in national and Spanish cuisine and classic international dishes, Tapas Bar Marqués de Jerez, Guayasmin lecture room, artisan shop Folklore Olga Fisch, the hotel offers a rich experience in traditional colonial style in an original setting
Amenities include a rooftop terrace, a library, a Lecture Room, an Artisan Shop and a Spa.
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