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Finca Hotel Cotopaxi Pungo

  • Finca Hotel Cotopaxi Pungo
  • Finca Hotel Cotopaxi Pungo
  • Finca Hotel Cotopaxi Pungo
  • Finca Hotel Cotopaxi Pungo
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Finca Hotel Cotopaxi Pungo is a cosy Spanish colonial style countryside hotel with magnificent views of snow-capped volcanoes including Cotopaxi.  

It’s the views over the dominant snow-dipped mountain peaks, each with an icy mantle gleaming in the sunlight, which makes this attractive hotel and finca a popular choice for countryside lovers.

The three story white-washed building was inspired by traditional Spanish colonial techniques and design, as were the guest rooms, each of which has either balcony or terrace and large windows from which to enjoy the views. The rooms are made exceptionally cosy with open fireplaces (teo have an electric stove) and polished wood furnishings. There’s no TV in the rooms but there is access to Wifi.  

The restaurant has floor to ceiling picture windows so you can enjoy mountain views as you tuck in to a menu of international and Andean dishes. There are walking trails around the property and horse-riding excursions are offered. 

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Our Expert's Opinion

After a long day hiking in Cotopaxi, it was amazing to arrive at this comfortable hotel with spacious rooms and hot showers! All rooms look out over Cotopaxi volcano so enjoying a cold beer on your terrace whilst looking out over the splendid conical volcano was memorable. We were lucky to have a clear night when we were there and our guide showed us some of the major constellations – the star gazing was great and even better to return to the hotel lounge with the fire roaring!

Sophie
Sophie Barber Travel Expert Sophie lived in Chile before joining us and has travelled extensively across Latin America, from Mexico to the furthest tip of Patagonia and beyond to Antarctica.

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