This hotel is right beside the much bigger Marriot, but it has a charm of its own. The reception is very nice and the building is well-maintained. the rooms are small but there's a lof of storage space and the beds are okay. You may hear people in the other rooms, but this did not bother me much. There is internet available until about 11PM and the hallways only light up when someone passes through so the hotel is somewhat dark inside at night. The bathroom was standard and water was no problem. I ordered food to my room and it was good and well-cooked. At night, I did not really dare to venture out but anywhere in Quito, it is advisable to always use a taxi even if it is just a few blocks.
Very clean, comfortable, pleasant rooms. Wonderful food. Very friendly, efficient and extremely helpful & courteous staff. Free internet. Very very good value.
A very warm and inviting Hotel; an extremely pleasant experience. Words do not do this hotel justice; we highly recommend the Eugenia Hotel in Quito.
Unique Quality: This is not a large hotel, but the incredible decor and attention to detail rivals anything we've experienced in our 25 years of travel. We have never taken so many photos of one place! There are lots of cozy sitting areas, wonderful carved glass decor, intricate archways, ceiling frescos.
We stayed 6 nights here , using this hotel as our base in Quito as we travelled around Ecuador.
We were very happy with the Eugenia Hotel . It's bright and clean , only 4 years old and the staff are very friendly. There is unlimited internet use and a very good breakfast every morning.
If you book directly with the hotel they will have a cab waiting for you at the airport ..Free!!
Unique Quality: Excellent location , right in the center of New Town ...lots of restaurants and a short walk to Amazonas Ave.
The staff are very helpful with recommending restaurants and arranging tours.
Directions: New Town Quito , close to the Marriott. Hotel
I need help on this please... I will be traveling to Quito in November. I am on a budeget but prefer a hotel over a hostel. I see the Eugenia Hotel which is in the north part of town looks pretty decent for the rate vs. Real Audencia Hotel in the Old town. Does anyone know anything about these hotels? Are these good choices?. On the internet anything can be made to look good but I dont want to be scared when I get there. Anyput would be most appreciated:)
They Hyatt is quite good, but it's been a few years so my prices would be out of date. I would however suggest The Theatre for dinner; it's just at the entrance of Old Town.
Here is a hotel you can check out also. I have not stayed there personally, so I can only pass on what I've heard, but it was recommended to me by several women who were repeat travelers to Ecuador. This is what they said:
Hotel Los Alpes
Tamayo 233 y Jorge Washington, Quito
Los Alpes is in a very safe and quiet street in the centre of Quito within one block of the US Embassy.
The historic centre of Quito, is close enough to walk to or can be reached by a short taxi journey or a 25 cent bus journey from the stop round the corner! This area of Quito is well worth a visit night or day.
You can travel to Los Alpes from the airport by taxi in about fifteen minutes
hi- i can vouch for the hotel real audencia- i understand that the eugenia is ok, but it's lacking in any kind of character.
i can highly recommend the hotel san francisco de quito, which is only a block or so away from the real audencia.
i own a home in the colonial sector, visit frequently and hope to retire there. don't be surprised if a whole bunch of people tell you that old town is dangerous, etc. there is actually much more petty crime in new town. i have never had any problems there and it's so much more pleasant than the gringo wanna be places in mariscal (and much more reasonable too). when you're there, don't forget to check out "calle la ronda" especially during the evening, thurs- sunday. they have really nice restaurants, canelazos ( a delightful hot cinnamon, orange and white rum drink, and a live theater which may have dance or theater performances. the cool thing about la ronda is that there are as many ecuadorians as tourists enjoying the evening, so it does not feel like a gringo tourist trap.
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