Patio Andaluz

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Well located colonial hotel set around a central courtyard, offering accommodation that is simple and traditional without being austere.

With a location befitting its colonial ambience, Patio Andaluz is just two blocks from the Plaza de la Independencia, near Quito's historical centre.

Guestrooms surround an open gallery of arched balconies, a central courtyard and a patio restaurant. Décor and furnishings are simple and traditional without being austere. There is a bar, library, small handicraft shop and sitting room.

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What our clients say

  • My parents enjoyed this hotel.

    ALK, London
  • We stayed here for two nights. The hotel is in the old town and quite close to the Plaza Grande. We found Quito overall to be delightful.  The hotel is…

    PR, Edinburgh
  • "Should request rooms with bathroom on same floor as bedroom. Should request room with windows."

    MAL, Nottingham
  • Delightful and perfect for the old city sights. High standard and friendly staff.

  • "A lovely traditional hotel in the centre of the old town. The staff were especially helpful. Great selection."

    JB, Edinburgh
  • Hotel staff were excellent, and the hotel and restaurant were very nice too. The location is ideal for tourism. Only problem is that many rooms only have windows to the…

    JC, Littlehampton
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Our Expert's Opinion

Traditional and comfortable with spacious rooms, Patio Andaluz has a fantastic location for exploring Quito’s old town. During my stay a local musician brightened up the atmosphere in the restaurant with some classical Ecuadorean guitar, and I was delighted with the packed breakfast I was offered before my early morning flight out of Quito.

Kathryn Rhodes Travel Expert Kathryn backpacked across Argentina, Chile, Bolivia and Peru before joining us. She has a degree in Philosophy and French and is a keen netball player.


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