Hotel Victoria – Cuenca
Friendly hotel, set on a hillside overlooking the river. The building is a restored Republican era mansion with authentic Ecuadorian features.
The friendly Hotel Victoria is set on a hillside, a stroll away from the main square of Cuenca and overlooking the river. The building is a restored Republican era mansion with authentic Ecuadorian features.
Rooms are simply but stylishly decorated, with polished wood dominating, and some have wonderful views. Some even have a private terrace from which to enjoy them.
There is a bar and a very well regarded restaurant. The staff enjoy a reputation for friendliness and helpfulness.
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