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Avenida Orellana 1172 Y Avenida AmazonasExcellent 90%
971 Alfonso Tobar y Tulio Garzon Tababela, PichinchaOutstanding 98%
NicoleS. I lived in Casa Agua Canela for three months with another friend from the States and we absolutely LOVED this place!! My friend was studying at the local university and I was on a long vacation! This apartment is very clean and the owners/hosts are very respectable and very helpful! We rented the largest room and the accommodations were excellent. The hosts treated us like family! We remember this place fondly as well as the friends we made there. In other rooms of the apartment, there were girls from Europe and a couple girls from the States. One night I got locked out, forgot my key and so I used the intercom system hoping someone was still up to let me and my brother in, and sure enough they came to greet us at the door! The son that lives here, David is also very friendly and outgoing and is fluent in English. The owners of this apartment invited all the tenants to dinner and we were always welcome to do our laundry on the rooftop and use the computer/tv in the living room. This apartment came highly recommended to us and in my opinion, you will love your stay too!! It is within walking distance to the local hotspots such as Papaya Net! I will stay here next time I visit Quito!!
orientalsp Casa Colibri was a relaxing and refreshing getaway from the hustle and bustle of Quito. Yet it was still close enough to easily access the Occidental and downtown Quito. My friend and I agree that the house felt like a home because of the warm and welcoming family who runs the place. The family was very kind and very eager to help in any way that they could, and the diverse members added spice to the surroundings! As for creature comforts, the food was amazingly delicious, yet simple (and very affordable), the showers hot, and the cozy rooms made you feel as if you had stepped into the past with the gorgeous woodworking and the unique architecture. And did I mention the sala fireplace? Overall, my friend and I got much more out of the time in Casa Colibri than we had hoped for and I am very much looking forward to when we can "get away" again!
Av 12 de Octubre y 1820 Luis CorderoExcellent 90%
La Pinta E4-435 & Amazonas Ave La Mariscal District (Opposite the Spanish Embassy)Excellent 91%
henleyboy The hosts, Luis, Alba and family make this a wonderful place to stay. Both Luis and Alba speak very good english, but I enjoyed practicing my spanish with Luis - he is very patient. The breakfast is amazing - granola c yoghurt, fresh fruit and great coffee (from their farm), bread with various spreads, cooked eggs as you like and a fresh fruit juice. Location is in the historical centre with small local eateries and a bar nearby. If you inform them early in the day, they will prepare a dinner for you at the lodging. Central market is also just down the road. Touristy bars and cafes are a short taxi ride away in the new town. We were stuck inside the lodging all day during the national census so Luis and family made fresh pizzas for all the guests. Loved the place and the people too!
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