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Stayed at this hotel for one night in November 2017.
The hotel is kinda situated in the middle of nowhere, but that's OK...because there is SO MUCH to do and explore on the property! Some rooms are situated around the central courtyard where there are...More
Hosteria La Andaluza was my base for my 2-days journeys to the Chimborazo Volcano and the Devil's Nose train ride. My single room was just across the gardens. It was comfortable and clean. The bathroom was massive for tiny me lol. The WiFi works perfectly...More
I stayed with my two daughters at Hosteria Andaluza for one night and we loved it. The room was nice and toasty and very clean, It had WiFi and cable TV. The food is excellent, the staff is friendly and accommodating.
Although right on the Pan-American highway, this hotel is an oasis of calm. We were greeted with a welcome drink whilst our luggage was sorted. The hotel is rambling so we were escorted to our room. It was huge, with an enormous bed complete with...More
This is a great hotel serving excellent food. The bedrooms are comfortable and spacious complete with rose petals on the beds. The restaurant served a good choice of well presented food. The hotel is decorated with old sewing machines, cash registers and telephones which all...More
Yes, you can let the long-distance bus driver know where you need to get off, and he will stop in front of the hotel if he knows where it is. Tour operators may do the same out of courtesy, but Julio Verne--for... More
Yes, you can let the long-distance bus driver know where you need to get off, and he will stop in front of the hotel if he knows where it is. Tour operators may do the same out of courtesy, but Julio Verne--for instance--won't do a pick-up unless the tour passes by the hotel anyway. If you're going to Chimborazo with them (i.e., different direction), you'll need to flag down one of the regular buses (US$1.50, if I recall correctly) or take a taxi (US$10 one-way) to their downtown office.