Quito La Guayunga Hostal
Antepara e4-27 y Vicente Leon
Hola! Bienvenidos! Come feel at home at La Guayunga. Enjoy an authentic stay in the Centro Historico of Quito Ecuador at our colonial hostel. Our hostel is owned by a friendly, hospitable Ecuadorian couple. We are a new hostel fit with all the amenities to make your stay enjoyable. We can accommodate single travelers, couples and large groups. We are located one block from the heart of the Centro Historico. Museums, plazas, churches, shopping and sightseeing are all at your fingertips from our location. You can enjoy hanging out in our common room, watch TV and movies on our flat screen, grab a book from the exchange, or socialize with other travelers. We can arrange professional spanish classes for you as low as $4.50 per hour and then you can practice with our staff!
Tours are available to the most popular places through CarpeDM Adventures - who are recommended in LONELY PLANET 2012, Rough Guides, Petit Fute - tour around the city or we will be glad to help you with directions to wherever you would like to go. We also have a transportation service including airport transfers, tours and even a big yellow bus to take you to your favorite party spot in the Mariscal! At our hostel we have services such as free internet, inexpensive laundry service , tours, (a yummy) restaurant, and beer and snacks for sale. Dont forget to check out our rooftop terrace for a breathtaking view of Quito! Hope to see you soon! Happy and safe travels!
Gracias y Saludos,
La Familia de La Guayunga!
(our prices INCLUDE ALL taxes :)
English and Spanish are both spoken here.possible early check in available (please call) otherwise check in: 1:00 pm
sleep late -check out: 11:30 am
sorry, breakfast not included in the price
sorry, credit cards not accepted
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