Mansion Santa Isabella
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMansion Santa Isabella Riobamba
The hotel is situated in the middle of Riobamba. It is a very traditional hotel with the rooms situated around squares. We were unlucky and got a hotel at the front next to the road which is quite busy. However strangely the room didn't have an outside window, our window opened onto the inside courtyard. This was good in that there was less noise but unfortunately we did have a vent onto the road and we couldn't close it or block out the noise (we did try with cushions). Otherwise the hotel was OK.
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