Hotel Villa Nancy

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Muros 146 y Gonzalez Suarez, Quito, Ecuador
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Satisfaction Poor
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Very Good
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26%
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Poor
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Costs 29% less but rated 25% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families66
  • Couples55
  • Solo50
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

NEED SOME HOTEL OR BED AND BREAKFAST AT CUMBAYA

by tonynoa

Hi, my wife and me need to stay (4 nights) at Cumbaya, Ecuator at the end of August/08.
Does anyone know af a hotel or bed and breakfast there? so far we were not able to find any in the net.
Any information will be much appreciated, thanks.
Tony
Miami, Florida

Re: NEED SOME HOTEL OR BED AND BREAKFAST AT CUMBAYA

by cp_bedoyacabezas

I could help you ,if you want to rent a cheap furnished flat in the south side of Quito.If you are interested please call me at + 45 26 29 32 73 or + 45 86 16 22 73, or mail me to cp_bedoyacabezas@yahoo.dk

Re: NEED SOME HOTEL OR BED AND BREAKFAST AT CUMBAYA

by cp_bedoyacabezas

Hej Toni,
I have talk whith my cousin who lives in Cumbaya and he says that if you still need acommodation he could help you. I think you could speak spanish with him.
His name is Celso Bedoya and his mobile nr. is : 00593 (0)98533894 or 00593 (0)88414457.

If you prefer in Quito you can call me at : ( mobile ) 0045 26293273 or ( home )0045 86162273.

I hoppe this can help you.

C.P.Bedoya C.

e-maíl : cp_bedoyacabezas@yahoo.dk.

Travel Tips for Quito

Take the trip into the...

by softadvtr

Take the trip into the Ecuadorian Amazon. You fly down from Quito to a little jungle airstrip. From there you bus down to one of the main tributaries to the Amazon and wait for the long, slender green riverboats to come in with passengers who just concluded their journey to the Flotel Orellana, a floating hotel.
After they disembark and your bags are carried aboard, they take you downrver, about 160km to the Flotel for three days of moving down river and back and learning about the rainforests and the people and animals who dwell therein. Quito was an interesting City and it is interesting to stand on the equator. The marketplaces are exotic, the buys [after haggeling] are pretty good. But the trip into the Amazon Basin was the highlight.

on finding things when not really looking

by richiecdisc

Quito is a great city to walk around. The Old Town center is fairly compact and you can cover the whole thing in a day but why do that when there's so much to see? Enjoy the colonial architecture, check out a few museums, and taste some of the local dishes. Our last few days in Quito were strictly to relax, to unwind from a long trip, and enjoy our favorite foods and restaurants that we’d discovered on our previous two stopovers in what had become our favorite South American city. On this particular day with lots of time to kill and having thought we’d seen everything in Quito, we wandered into an area of the city we’d not seen. It was very charming and from what we read it was a dangerous part of the city until they recently renovated it. Oddly enough it was now obviously being touted as one of the city’s great tourist attractions despite not being mentioned in our guidebook. In fact, it was off the map provided in our guide and since it was described as a dangerous area to walk around we’d not gone there. But it was a beautiful day and we saw many policemen so we figured we’d investigate it just the same. We were taken aback at how pretty and quiet it was. There were police on every corner and some even mid-block in the main section which was also interspersed with large plaques with historical tidbits about the area. Though it was all in Spanish we enjoyed reading what we could understand and snapping lots of shots of one of the city’s more photogenic areas. (concluded below in Fondest Memory)

Hominy corn as an appetiser

by b1bob

Many restaurants around town (and possibly all around Ecuador) use salted bits of hominy corn as an appetiser. It tastes pretty good and I imagine it is cheap for the restaurants to offer as a freebie as guests decide on what to order from the menu. I haven't been into any bars in town, but I daresay they use these (perhaps with a little more salt) to get patrons more thirsty for their product.

Market in Otavalo

by bwohlust27

In the mood for some local culture and handmade arts and crafts? The outdoor market in Otovalo, Ecuador held everything from swords to pipes, blankets to silver and lots of clothes. All handmade by local tribes from the neighboring Amazon River basin.

CENTRO COMERICAL EL JARDIN

by swesn

For very modern and hip shopping, go to the New New City that is even further north of Mariscal Sucre.

Centro Comerical El Jardin is a thoroughly gigantic and modern shopping mall, complete with hypermarket and many lovely chic cafes and restaurants. Once in here, you would forget that colonial Quito (which is merely half an hour away by Trole) exists.

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 Hotel Villa Nancy

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Address: Muros 146 y Gonzalez Suarez, Quito, Ecuador