Hilton Colon is a contemporary first class hotel with a good range of facilities in modern Quito.
Unashamedly contemporary, the high-rise Hilton Colon Hotel is situated overlooking Ejido Park in the modern part of Quito, with all its shops and entertainment, but it’s just a short drive to the UNESCO-listed historic quarter. As is the case with most first class accommodation in the Hilton brand, the guestrooms are well-sized, smart and business-like with laminate or carpeted floor and feature up-to-the-minute bathroom design.
It’s quite a large place, with 225 rooms, and caters for a variety of guests from holiday makers, to families and businessmen and women. This means there are plenty of facilities, including three restaurants (one of which is the inevitable sushi), a cosy piano bar, a small gym, steam room and a jacuzzi. There is also an attractive outdoor swimming pool with sun loungers.
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