Hotel Sebastian

Address: Diego de Almagro N24-416, Quito, Ecuador | 4 star hotel
 
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.

Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Diego de Almagro N24-416, Quito, is near Basilica, Bellas Artes, Laguna Cuicocha, and La Virgin del Panecillo.
Map this hotel

Amenities

Photos of Hotel Sebastian

    View all photos
         

      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Sebastian Quito

      Uno stupendo hotel ecuadoriano

      from

      Questo hotel di Quito è in grado di offrire sempre un servizio d'ottimo livello. Se volete stare in un grande hotel di catena, fate pure. Io preferisco un posticino come questo, con personale scrupoloso e attento alle esigenze di ogni singolo ospite. La dimensione dell'hotel è perfetta: sufficientemente grande per soddisfare ogni necessità e sufficientemente piccolo per ricordare il nome di ogni ospite.

      Non è lontano dalla zona turistica, che potrete raggiungere a piedi, ma è leggermente scostato e quindi protetto dal rumore e dai pericoli del centro. Il cibo è delizioso, in particolare le locros de pappas. La mancia era a volte inclusa nel conto, altre no.

      Wonderful Local Hotel

      from

      An Ecudaorian hotel with excelent service in every area. If you want a big chain hotel, fine. I prefer one with personal and aattentive service like the Hotel Sebestain. It is large enough to serve your needs and small enough to know your name. It is close enough to the tourist area to walk but just far enough away to not be surrounded by all the noise and crime. Food is great, especially the locros de pappas; sometimes the tip was included in the bill and sometimes not.

      Ausgezeichnetes Personal und Unterkünfte

      from

      Ich habe gerade eine Woche im Hotel Sebastian verbracht. Das Personal war ausgezeichnet, die Unterkünfte waren sauber, das Essen war toll und das Hotel ist in der Nähe von allen möglichen Verkehrsmitteln, Einkaufsmöglichkeiten und bietet super Aussichten. Ich werde hier immer wieder herkommen und meinen Freunden und den Lesern usw. davon erzählen, dass man auf keinen Fall etwas falsch macht, wenn man das Hotel Sebastian wählt. Die Preise und die Qualität sind hervorragend. Ein Gewinn für alle Seiten.

      Hotel Staff and accomodations excellent

      from

      I just spent 1 week in Quito and stayed at Hotel Sebastian. The staff was excellent, accomodations were clean, food was great, and hotel is close to all types of transportation, shopping, and has great views. I will stay there again and again, and pass the word to friends, readers, etc. that you would not be making a mistake in choosing Hotel Sebastian. Price is excellent and the quaility is excellent. A win/win for all.

      Un hotel agradable, fantástica comida

      from

      Durante un viaje de tres semanas para avistar pájaros en el interior de Ecuador, empezamos y acabamos nuestro viaje aquí y además hicimos una parada a mitad del viaje. Es muy confortable y la comida es de primera. El personal fue muy amable. Fue toda una ayuda el poder dejar aquí el equipaje que no necesitábamos durante nuestros viajes. Las habitaciones variaban en tamaño y las que tienen una habitación pueden ser algo pequeñas, con lo que estate atento. Los cuartos de baño están bien. El servicio de Internet era lento o no estaba disponible. En un lugar atractivo y acogedor.

      El servicio # 1 exelente y buen comer

      from

      yo felicito a sus aminitradores y colaboradores por la exelencia por atender con calidad a sus clientes soy de new york city y mi correo es tubillacabelo@msn.com gracias hotel sebastian por su hospitalidad attt jeffrey reyes

      Definately Stay Here

      from

      The staff takes good care of you at Hotel Sebastian. I had a flu while I was there. They suggested remedies and brought them to my room. One of these remedies was a hot, fresh- squeezed, semi-sweet lemonade. It made me feel so much better. The beds are really comfy, clean, and fresh. The rooms have balcomies with views of the mountains. Try the waffles or pancakes at the breakfast buffet (only $3.00). They are delicious. They serve the best coffee I had in Quito. The staff at the front desk is always there and will help you with anything you need. The waiters are sweet and and sort of fatherly. The lobby is comfortable and charming with fresh roses almost every day. The arrangements are very unique. There is a typically Ecuadoran soup that thet serve in the restaurant for about $3.50. It is made with cheese, avocados, and potatoes. It's so, so good. It's one of the best soups I've ever had. The internet use is free. I tried to save money staying at hotels with what those hotels claimed was a cheaper rate. In each case of roughing it by comparison, I actually ended up paying more. It was frustrating to spend a night on knobbly sheets, cold, and with less services--all for more cash. Strange how it worked out. Perhaps these places are desparate and think all Americans are made of money.

      Nice hotel, great food

      from

      During a three-week birding tour of the Ecuadorian mainland, we started and finished our trip here as well as made it a mid-trip stop-over.

      It is very comfortable and the food is top-notch. The staff was very helpful. It has a helpful option as a place to leave unnecessary luggage when on side trips.

      The rooms vary in size and the ones with one bed can be sort of small, so check this out. The bathrooms are nice. The internet service was either slow or not available.

      It was attractive and cosy.

      Great place!

      from

      My wife and I used the Hotel Sebastian as our home base when coming and going from the Galapagos and later out into the mountains. I've stayed at and visited other hotels in Quito before, and the Hotel Sebastian is a great choice. It's walking distance to all the good restaurants in Mariscale Sucre (New Town) and even down to a couple big public markets. It's a bit spendy for Ecuador (I think around $85.00/night), but not overpriced like the Colon or Swissotel. Our room was very nice, spacious, and the public areas were kept in pristine condition. The restaurant in the lobby was very good as well although we felt a bit underdressed at times since we were there on an adventure tour. Internet access is available in the lobby. You're supposed to mark your own time and room number down on a piece of paper, which we did, but they never charged us. When we return to Ecuador, we'll most likely stay at the Hotel Sebastian.

      Great, friendly hotel in Quito!

      from

      As a family of six, we stayed here three separate times coming and going from Quito. This is a great, clean, friendly hotel that is a very good value. It is not a "quaint" place with tons of charm - but it is a very clean, functional small hotel with great service - just what we wanted in Quito after coming in dirty from the mountains or the jungle. The staff is wonderful - Victor the bellman even left his post to drive us to a cafe overlooking the city in time for sunset when we could not find other transportation. Highly recommended.....

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sebastian Quito

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Quito

      Day 5 Galapagos

      A travel blog entry by jcarlin on Jan 18, 2015

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... even on the equator when the Humbolt current rolls North from the Antarctic in winter, the water temperature can be 5 degrees and the air temp can be 15; the formation on the Galápagos Islands from the volcanic activity at the edge of the tectonic plate and their subduction under the coast of South America as they move eastward; the first people to find the islands which were probably the Incas who were apparently quite seagoing and then Europeans who spread the word and the islands ...

      THE TOUR, THE DEVIL, THE LAUNDRY, THE TAO

      A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Jan 12, 2015

      ... for decades returning to Brazil once in a while to check her properties. She was here for the Tao. The master was in the room and she called him over and we talked - her with poor hearing doing the translating; me speaking very loudly. He was quite disparaging of his abilities – a ‘umbel man - but we talked and I was impressed with what they understand. She exhorted him to demonstrate some postures – this was after my meal was finished ...

      Ecuador

      A travel blog entry by dionbarker on Jan 10, 2015

      30 photos

      ... wildlife. This is where the place truly stands out. The abundance of animals is unreal. There are twice as many sea lions living on the islands than there are humans (50,000 of them). They are everywhere and it really is their home. Iguanas are found everywhere near the beach just lazing about and camouflaged so well it's hard not to step on em! The turtles are something else, the land ones are huge, the big ones weighing in at 200kgs and over 150 years old. They remind you ...

      Ecuador Blog #1

      A travel blog entry by graves35 on Dec 09, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... and celebrate. On Wednesday, 12/10, we toured Quito, a sprawling metropolis and capital of Ecuador at 9300 feet above sea level. We saw many churches and monuments, had lunch in a Quito home, and wandered some streets with local markets. Tomorrow it's off to the jungle in the Amazon basin so don't expect any blogs for a few ...

      Adios Napo, Hola Quito

      A travel blog entry by trippers on Sep 19, 2014

      14 photos

      ... took us to Paradero de Cousin not too far off the beaten path in Otavalo. She had worked there many years previous and knew many of the people still working there. Since the beer was cheaper than the water, we decided to split a beer with our lunch. Although it had begun to rain, we took a brief walk around the grounds to see the lovely gardens. This place had originated as a sheep farm back in the 1600s and had been converted to a ...