Hotel Patio Andaluz4.0 out of 5.0
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My family stayed two nights in Rooms 218 and 219 at Hotel Patio Andaluz. The rooms were standard doubles, quiet, large, and with lots of storage. They overlooked the back courtyard filled with couches for chatting and fresh rose arrangements on every table. The hotel is a great place to get away from the traffic and crowds of Old Quito, especially for groups traveling together who want space to gather. The location is superb, just one block from the central square and major sites. Breakfast is outstanding with many local Ecuadorian fruits and foods. The dining room is lovely, although we ate no meals other than breakfast. There are numerous restaurants within 2-3 blocks and on La Ronda, which is just a bit further. And the hotel supplies unlimited filtered water and coffee/tea. Service is impecable. Reception staff speak fluent English and were very helpful in planning tours, rides, and other services. I definitely would highly recommend Hotel Patio Andaluz.
My husband and I stayed 4 nights in January 2107 in this charming Old Town hotel. All the rooms are different but the photos on their website are certainly representative. Our room was on the second floor at the back and was very quiet and spacious. The king sized bed was comfortable. There was a couch for relaxing as well as a dresser, 2 night stands and a desk/chair. The bathroom was perfect with a large walk in shower. There was a large closet with a small safe. Plenty of room to stow your luggage in the room as well. There is no elevator at this hotel, but the staff will take your luggage up/down the stairs for you. And, there are at least some rooms on the main floor if you prefer not to have the stairs. We took advantage of the laundry service which was prompt and done well. Everything came back clean, not shrunk, and folded neatly in a basket. Very simple and not too expensive. We didn't see any self serve laundry places nearby (although we weren't really looking), so it was worth the price not to have to haul laundry someplace. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Check-in and out was a breeze. We had a problem with our heater and the staff came promptly to assist us. When we continued to have a problem, they immediately brought us a portable heater which worked perfectly for us. Our room had a wall heat/AC unit. Not sure that all the rooms have this so ask if it matters to you. The Wi-Fi worked well. The restaurant is in the courtyard on the main level. If we had a complaint, it would be that you have to walk thru this area to get to/from your room. But, the tables are in the center with a walkway along the side so it isn't too bad. Just feels a bit intrusive to walk thru somebody's meal time. There is also a cozy bar on the lower level (one flight down). Speaking of the restaurant, we ate most of our meals here. Breakfast is a large buffet with coffee, teas, breads, meats, cheeses, fruits, etc. And they will cook eggs to order. Overall one of the better breakfast buffets we've encountered in our travels. And we ate many dinners here as well. The food is excellent and reasonable priced. I will post a more extensive review of the restaurant on their page so that people not necessarily staying at this hotel will see it as well. The name of the restaurant is El Rincon de Cantuna. The hotel is well situated. You are a block from 2 ATMs and a grocery store. You are 2 blocks from the center plaza/Presidential Palace and about 3 blocks from a tour bus location. It is about a 45 minute cab ride to the airport. I would strongly discourage a rental car in the city. Use the public transportation options. Have the hotel help you get a reputable cab and you will be fine.
Stayed two nights with friends Interesting renovation with stairs leading to non sequential room numbers. First climb at the altitude a bit of a gasp Attractive courtyard dining with good reasonably priced food Rooms vary a lot in style as it is a conversion. Ours roomy and pleasant. Others had odd stairs and some small. Concierge very helpful with lost luggage Overall nice and interesting location in old town
My family of 4 enjoyed our stay at this beautiful hotel in "old" Quito. The room was very nice with a large King bed on the main level and a queen size bed in the second level. We ate breakfast and dinner at the hotel as well as had snacks in the cool bar area. All meals were good with excellent service. The staff were all very nice throughout the hotel. Two things to consider before booking this hotel would be that the bathroom is on the second level of the room accessible by a winding wooden staircase only. If you are someone that gets up at night to use the bathroom this could be tricky. Also it is a loud hotel. They have signs in the room explaining that due to the age of the hotel it does make noises. (Pipe sounds) they offer ear plugs at the front desk.
We had two rooms to accommodate our family. Both were very comfortable. We were in the back part of the building overlooking the bar courtyard. The hotel was so charming and very well decorated. You can't beat the location - we were able to walk a block to the city center plaza (Presidential Palace) and enjoy a nice dinner and people watch as locals gathered in the evening.
I traveled with my boyfriend last month and I booked a comfortable room. The service was really good and amenities were excellent. It´s the perfect place to rest and have a great time. Also, we visited many places of the Historical Center of Quito that were near the hotel. It´s totally advisable.
The title is 90% of the review. Stayed for two nights before beginning a Galapagos trip with Natural Habitats. Check-in was efficient, the central patio was beautiful, the room and its bathroom were up to date and clean, breakfast offered many choices including fresh Ecuadorean fruit. The staff were friendly and professional. From there, it is only a short walk to the central square and to other attractions (the municipal museum displays the geologic, prehistoric, pre-conquistador and subsequent history of Quito. I think our entire tour group of 16 were all pleased with the hotel.
This smart, historic and gorgeously stylish hotel is right in the middle of old Quito. We had a highly comfortable and enjoyable stay here; with warm and welcoming staff. The rooms are sophisticated and well decorated, plus the buffet breakfast was one of the best we enjoyed in Ecuador, with wide range of fruit, juices, meats and breads; plus the wondrous staff were happy to bespoke your eggs any way you wanted. There is also a quaint cellar bar with gorgeous plants and a mean cocktail list! Highly recommended!
This hotel was perfect for our family of 4. The rooms were nice, very clean. The location was perfect, very close to everything in Old Town. The service was outstanding! Everyone was so helpful and kind. They happily offered alternatives when it was too cloudy to go to the TeleferiQo, they had great dining suggestions. And, they also helped to set us up with a wonderful tour guide for Mindo. All of this was done with a smile - everyone was so nice! It was a great stay and I would highly recommend!
What a beautifully renovated building! It's right in the heart of Old Town! The staff is friendly and very accommodating! The only negative was the halls were noisy in the morning. We were woken up every morning we stayed there. Other than that, it was perfect!
Located in Historic Center, Hotel Patio Andaluz is adjacent to Independence Square and within a 5-minute walk of other popular sights like Quito Cathedral. This 32-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and a rooftop terrace. It's in central Quito and also close to El Panecillo and Basilica of the National Vow.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service. Start your day right with breakfast, served for a fee from 6 AM to 10:30 AM.
All of Hotel Patio Andaluz's 32 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including sofa beds, free bottled water, and safes. LED TVs come with cable channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Desks and free toiletries are also standard.
Guests of Hotel Patio Andaluz enjoy a rooftop terrace, free WiFi in public areas, and a business center. For transportation, you can make use of an airport shuttle (available on request) for USD 62 per vehicle one-way, as well as limo/town car service. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include coffee/tea in a common area, a library, and laundry facilities.
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89% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1089 reviews