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Hilton Colon

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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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What our clients say

  • Hard to pick one highlight when there were so many superlatives. The scenery in Ecuador was spectacular. The Devil's Nose train ride was great fun. Snorkelling with sea turtles, penguins,…

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  • From the moment we were picked up, (on time) from our hotel in Quito, to the moment we were left at the departure lounge in the airport in Baltra, the…

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  • Quito is a fabulous city with residents that seem to be pleased to see you, really helpful if you make just a little effort to address them in Spanish. Ecuador…

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  • It was all brilliant, we expected the Galapagos to be the highlight, but all the other trips were as good in different ways. All the Ecuadorians encountered at hotels, restaurants,…

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  • Ecuador is a wonderful country with much to see and do so often overlooked by those seeking to visit South America and that I now know is a big mistake. 

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  • Most Memorable Moment?: Very hard to say! Loved Hacienda Venecia, and Napo, and Bellavista, and the Avenue of the Volcanoes. 

    DL, London
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Maggie Wilson Travel Expert Maggie visited Latin America on her first backpacking trip when she was 19. Since then, she has taken every opportunity to travel, and has managed to explore a lot of the region in subsequent trips.

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