Stanford Suites Hotel

Address: Eloy Alfaro 33-33 y calle Jose Correa, Quito, 170150, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Centre area of Quito, is near La Capilla Del Hombre, Guayasamín Museum (Museo Guayasamín), Parque La Carolina, and Parque Metropolitano.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

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          Travel Blogs from Quito

          I Love Boobies!

          A travel blog entry by melstravels on Nov 05, 2015

          1 comment, 91 photos

          ... of sea legs and a cast iron stomach, take some sea sickness and sleeping pills with you.

          Day 3 of the tour, or first full day in the Galapagos, started in Santa Fe and gave me my first Blue-Footed Boobie sighting- excitement plus! This was one of my top priority sightings, so I was stoked to see one right out of the gate. There were sooo many sea lions, and red crabs, and many species of iguanas, including the Land ...

          The middle of the world

          A travel blog entry by julieashley on Aug 30, 2015

          1 comment, 5 photos

          ... for a 2 hour journey I don't begrudge the 50c that it cost me. Ecuador has really tried to make this a major tourist attraction .....price was $7.50US but I got in at half this as a senior. Well, if they're going to tell me I look old, I'm taking the discount. The attraction is designed to house various exhibits and is dominated by a huge monument with the Earth on top and the cardinal point on each side. A line indicates the equator ...

          Quirky Quito

          A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 24, 2015

          ... a short walk from the offices, we arrived at the imposing Basilica Church, one of the major landmarks of the city which can be seen from all over, standing as it does on the brow of a huge hill, its twin towers climbing into the sky. Our guide pointed out the gargoyles that decorated the facade of the church - not the traditional gurning faces seen on barque churches that this one took its inspiration from, but local versions that represent the diverse fauna of ...

          Connections and the Contrast of Cultures

          A travel blog entry by karenandy on Jul 04, 2015

          33 photos

          ... graduate daughter practices her English on us, and we hear about a sister who is off studying in United States. During this time we notice that we are missing the more lively action going on outdoors across the street where locals meet for grilled food and music and where there appears to be a larger Afro-Ecuadorian cultural influence.

          We have our most wonderful exchanges through music. Music weaves through our travels ...

          Quito & the never ending (camera charger) journey

          A travel blog entry by ramblingwrecks on May 24, 2015

          1 comment, 2 photos

          ... heard us mention how there was no one around, as his parting note to us was absolutely hilarious: "Welcome to Quito on Sunday, where you can swing a giraffe and not hurt anyone."  We headed toward a more populated place only to find on Sunday's restaurants will only sell 2 drinks per plate of food ordered :/ and no sales at all from supermarkets or package stores. This interesting law has put the ...