Quito’s first and most popular colonial style boutique hotel, the Patio Andaluz is designed to give guests a real sense of the colonial history of Quito. In the heart of the colonial centre, the hotel is surrounded by churches, museums and national monuments and the building itself has a rich history. Set around a main patio with beautiful arches and wide corridors, the rooms are all spacious and elegantly decorated with a suitable air of a yesteryear Quito.
At the heart of Quito’s colonial centre.
The rooms at the back of the hotel are much quieter than those at the front which look onto the bustling street below. The house was part of the original constructions at the founding of the city in the oldest neighbourhood in the city and was used as a model for other constructions thanks to its size and elegance. Throughout its history the building has been owned by key political figures in Quito’s history, leaders of revolutions and key figures in the founding of the ‘Republic’. As with much of the historical centre, the building had fallen into disrepair during the second half of the twentieth century until it was restored into the hotel it is today in 2003 by the Empresa Centro Historico.
11 suites and 21 standard rooms located around two main patios. Suites are duplex, with separate living and sleeping areas. Each room comes with safe box, hair drier, cable television, telephone, WiFi, desk, chair.
Rincon de Catuna Restaurant serving traditional Ecuadorean food as well as international cuisine and the Cava-Bar Marques de Jerez.
Centrally located in old town Quito which is ideal for exploring. We always recommend the best way to get the most out of a day spent in Quito is on a private guided tour with one of our team of bilingual guides ensuring you get to see the main highlights and get invaluable expert and local knowledge and the chance to see a local food market, or craft market or if you would like a museum with your guide