Travellers’ Inn is a 100-year old house that has been converted to a family-run hostel with 16 rooms. The living room has a TV and a VCR with a large stack of movies. It is nicely decorated, with antiques and handicrafts. There are two computers downstairs for guest use.
Breakfast is included in the room cost (fruit, juice, eggs, yogurt, cheese, coffee or tea) It is good, but it’s the same every day.
Rooms vary--These three are on the main floor:
Room 202 has twin beds, one entire wall of closets and drawers, private bath with shower
Room 203 has twin beds and private bath with a bathtub
Room 201 is a dormitory with 4 twin beds ($15 per person)
I didn’t go upstairs, so I don’t know what the rest look like.
The rooms have no heat, although it isn't really a problem. There are lots of blankets. The only negative for me was that the beds were hard. I would stay there again, though.
Double-$36-38; Single –25; Triple-$49
Unique Quality: Special features:
Small travel agency in the office—they can book airplane tickets, day trips, etc.
Luggage storage (free if you stay there on your return; small daily fee if you don’t)
Airport pickup (free if you stay 3 nights or more; otherwise $10)
Return to the airport is $6 (cheaper because there’s no parking fee for them)
Very secure--You have to get buzzed through a locked gate to get on the premises, and then another locked door to enter the building.
*Not handicap accessible—there is a flight of stairs up to the main level.
Directions: Across the street from the Spanish Embassy
Av. Orellana 1172 y Amazonas, Quito
Avenida Naciones Unidas y Republica de el Salvador, Quito
12 de Octubre Ave. and Cordero 444 St, Quito
Avenida Amazonas 110 y Patria, Quito
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