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Find the best hotel in QuitoIn Andes Region,Quito is one of the most popular cities. Hotelscan aims to help you during the search for a cheap hotel. If you are on a budget, it's usually cheaper, even considering the same neighborhood, to stay in an apartment, B&B or other types of accommodation. It is one of the reasons why during the past few years this has gained popularity against booking a hotel room. You have several options based on how much you would like to spend or the city area that you have in mind to stay in Quito. Choose the type of property you prefer. Saving money on your next booking is very simple with Hotelscan:
- Have a look at the list of properties that offer you accommodation in Quito for the dates you chose.
- The price of a hotel room in hotel room in Quito can vary from £1 to £50 or even more. Filter the results using the menu on the left side for setting a maximum price per night for the selected number of rooms.
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Find accommodation near Quito.Sometimes it can be a good idea to search for a place to stay outside the city. You can find plenty of hotels near Quito that will allow you to explore other areas within Andes Region at a lower price. You just need to make sure that the place you are staying in has easy access to the public transportation networks to reach the neighbourhoods you want to visit during your stay. Andes Region may not be one of the most popular regions for travelers to visit in Ecuador. Staying in a hotel in other cities near Quito in Andes Region will let you explore less crowded areas and get a real taste of the local way of living, getting to know more traditional habits and restaurants that won't charge you extra for being in a popular spot. Hotelscan shows you an outstanding list of hotels in Quito, including a wide range that goes from the least expensive accommodation to the more sumptuous properties around Ecuador.
Compare hotels and other type of accommodation in the city and get the best dealsWhen there are so many options available it may be hard to choose the best hotel. Hotelscan helps you by displaying the booking fares from the 843 accommodation properties available in Quito which include hotels, hostels, apartments, Bed & Breakfasts and many more so you can pick the room that you prefer. Saving up to 50% on your stay is just one click away! What's the cost of a hotel room in Quito? Hotelscan looks into 843 properties for the city of Quito and lets you choose from the top deals in hotels of all categories!
- Stay in a 5 star hotel in Quito from £50.
- Book in a 4 star hotel from £20.
- If you want to stay in a 3 star hotel in Quito you will find rooms from £5.
- Staying in an apartment in Quito has become one of the most affordable accommodation options.
- Starting from £1 you can find a great number of accommodation properties.
What's the best hotel location in Quito?If you decide to stay near the more trendy La Floresta or The Street of the Seven Crosses you will have the opportunity to visit the most popular tourist attractions easily. It's the perfect destination for a promenade. Walk around the surroundings of La Floresta and get to discover the most incredible city sights. You will never get bored in Quito! Make sure you check out the accommodation offers in Quito La Floresta. You can find hotels in La Floresta starting from £4. Our users also recommend staying in hotels in The Street of the Seven Crosses where you can book a room from £3.
Get the best out of your stayHotelscan lets you check out prices for hotels in the most popular areas in Quito including all hotel categories. A hotel in Quito city centre is the best guarantee to stay within walking distance to some of the most visited attractions but we recommend you to book well in advance to secure one of the top deals available as the demand for hotels in Quito centre is high all year round.
Stay close to the most visited spots in QuitoEither if you plan to visit Quito with your family or on a solo trip you will find exciting places for any occassion. As a starting point after you arrive in Quito make sure you go to Foch Square as it's one of the most recognisable areas in the city. You will find more than 224 hotels near Foch Square starting from £4. Get close to this square to get to know the locals. Booking hotels near Mindalae Museum is also a good option and there are accommodation offers from £4. It's the perfect moment to visit the museum. Quito is definitely the right destination to spend a few days or a summer holiday. Enjoy the city life during your stay!
According to the Koeppen climate classification, Quito features a subtropical highland climate. What does that mean? It means that thanks to both its proximity to the equator and to its elevation, the weather in Quito is fairly cool and constant, and there isn't a great distinction between seasons. The latter in fact are only really divided in two - dry and wet. The dry season goes from June to September while the wet season goes from October to May. However, except for precipitation, the temperature doesn't shift much and hovers between 13°C and 15°C throughout the year. But tourists don't only come to Quito to enjoy its pleasant climate - there are dozens of festivals too! Some of the most popular are: - Carnival (February/March as dates may vary), a week of fun filled with both stately flower parades and wilder "street riots" in which young people fight by throwing water balloons, flour, or eggs at each other. - The Sacred Music Festival (Easter week so dates may vary). The largest music festival in South America, this event attracts artists from all over the world and includes performances in churches, theatres, and various venues in the Old Town district. - Independence Day (May 24th). Also called the Battle of Pichincha Day, it is a commemoration of the battle that saw the defeat of the Spanish army and the beginning of Ecuador's independence in 1822. - The "Cero Latitud" Film Festival (July). Easily the most important event in Quito, it showcases different genres of films, including documentaries, animation films, and videos for a total of over 100 movies every year. - The "Agosto, Mes de las Artes" Festival (August). Translated in English as "August, Month of the Arts", this event means to keep Quito's culture and heritage alive by organizing free shows and exhibits throughout the month. - The Experimental Theatre Festival (October). Also called FITE-Q, the festival features workshops centered on dance and music, production and direction, as well as acting, many run by famous performers. - The Fiestas de Quito (December 6th). A commemoration of the Spanish conquest in 1534, the event features dances, parades, and fireworks, and the celebration lasts well into the night.
But what else is there to see in Quito? Featuring an incredible natural landscapes - it is in fact surrounded by tall, snow-capped mountains - as well as a rich history, the city is definitely a good place to visit if you want to discover more about the events that shaped South America. The first thing you should do is take a walk around the city and soak in the atmosphere, the smell and the colors of this rich culture. Head to one of the many panoramic viewpoints scattered around the city: the most famous is Cerro Panecillo, which dominates the Old Town district and offers incredible views to those willing to climb it. Alternatively, hop on a cable car - the Teleferico - to enjoy views that are even more breathtaking and reach the Cruz Loma lookout, from where you can join a hike up to the top of Rucu Pichincha, Quito's volcano. If on the other hand you are more interested in Quito's history rather than its natural beauties, then you will surely enjoy a stroll along Plaza de la Independencia, the heart of the historic centre. Also know as Plaza Grande by the locals, the square is dominated by the Metropolitan Cathedral dating back to 1565 while at the centre of it is located a monument in bronze and marble which commemorates Ecuador's first declaration on independence in 1809. Particularly notable is also the Compania de Jesus, a Jesuit church dating back to the 16th century. Considered the most ornate in the country, it has been dubbed "Quito's Sistine Chapel" due to its great number of carvings, paintings, and gold leaf overlays. If you are interested in religious art and architecture another notable place to visit is El Monasterio de San Francisco, located in Plaza san Francisco and dedicated to the city's patron saint. Built less than two months after the city's Spanish conquest in 1534, this is Quito's oldest church and while it features a Spanish Baroque interior, it is also decorated with painting of the sun, an Inca divinity. If, however, you are more interested in lay art and history, then stop by the Museo Guayasamin, which is not only housed in one of Quito's most beautiful buildings but also includes a colonial art gallery, a gallery of works by artist Oswaldo Guayasamin, and a studio used by the artist himself as well as by his students.
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