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Patio Andaluz, Quito

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Stay at Patio Andaluz, Quito

This hotel is tastefully restored, extremely well located and provides a flavor of Quito's colonial past.

Patio Andaluz, Quito, Ecuador

The Hotel Patio Andaluz is located in the old, colonial part of town. It is a beautifully restored colonial house which once belonged to a Spanish nobleman. Much of the original furniture and foundations are still present. The hotel only has 31 rooms which are elegantly decorated in period style. There is an exclusive Spanish restaurant and tapas bar for evening meals and a cafeteria which is open all day. There are also plenty of restaurants in the nearby area. It is an easy walk from the shops. The hotel is conveniently located close to many of the main historical highlights of colonial Quito such as the San Francisco Church and the Basilica.

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