Hotel El Indio Inn

Address: Principal Calle Bolivar Nro 904 y Abdon , Otavalo, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Principal Calle Bolivar Nro 904 y Abdon , Otavalo.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel El Indio Inn Otavalo

      Reviewed by womblepeter

      The very best Otavalo has to offer.

      Reviewed Mar 9, 2012
      by (2 reviews) Evesham , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Having spent $40 on another Otavalo we were surprised to get 5 star treatment at the El Indio hostal, (the sister to the high class Hotel El Indio), in Sucre street just a few steps from the main market place for just $30. We had a spacious room with en-suite and a balcony. The hostal ws very clean with all the necessary towels, hot water, drinking water and services. A great hostal in the right place at the right price.
      Highly recommended.
      Peter T. UK

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      Reviewed by alicecamel

      Basic but clean and friendly

      Reviewed Jul 30, 2011
      by (4 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      The staff are really friendly, and the hotel is very clean and in a very good location right near the market. However there wasn´t any hot water in our room. It was pretty cold at night in the room but the bed had lots of blankets and kept you warm. I would recommend this hotel as long as you understand that it´s definitely not luxurious. I would go there again though - cleanliness and friendliness are important and this hotel had both of those.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel El Indio Inn Otavalo

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