La Casona De La Ronda Heritage Boutique Hotel

Address: Calle Morales (La Ronda) OE1- 160 Centro Historico de Quito, Quito, Ecuador | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle Morales (La Ronda) OE1- 160 Centro Historico de Quito, Quito, is near Otavalo Market, Laguna Cuicocha, Cathedral of Quito (La Catedral), and Presidential Palace (Palacio de Gobierno).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Casona De La Ronda Heritage Boutique Hotel Quito

    Reviewed by robselclark

    Boutique heritage

    Reviewed Nov 23, 2015
    by (33 reviews) Brisbane , Australia Flag of Australia

    Comfortable room and excellent service.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by larrynpeggy

    Fantastic boutique hotel

    Reviewed May 14, 2013
    by (4 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    This is a small but fantastic boutique hotel. If we ever have the opportunity to visit Quito again, we will definitely stay at this hotel. A lovely property with a wonderful atmosphere. Maria and all of the staff could not have been nicer or more helpful. I cannot say enough good things about our room, the food or the service. Absolutely first class!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews La Casona De La Ronda Heritage Boutique Hotel Quito

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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    Quito, Ecuador

    A travel blog entry by robselclark on Nov 24, 2015

    5 photos

    2.5hr flight on a LAN A319, landed at 3pm. An hour's drive to our hotel with a guide who had spent ten years in the US, so she was easy to understand. She completed a degree in the US but is frustrated by the limited job opportunities in Quito. We suggested she start a cooking class for tourists (a la Lima) and she seemed taken by the idea. We have …

    Exploring Ecuador (the first month)

    A travel blog entry by kiri-ana on May 24, 2014

    75 photos

    ... huts, and enjoying the serenity. It was probably about 5 hours walking, plus we stopped in a town (Guayama) for about an hour while we waited out the rain downpour. The rain had been so heavy that we had asked some locals (in Spanish, which they barely understood because they only speak Quechuan there, and I was even asked if I was from Spain!) to borrow a phone so we could call our hostel to arrive a pick up, but the driver never showed up because the rain was too heavy for ...

    Baños dos!!

    A travel blog entry by kendahlc on May 06, 2014

    ... two Canadians to meet Natalie and I in Montanita next week so that will be fun! One of the Canadian girls is from Cape Breton and knows Sidney Crosby through a girl on her curling team, and I couldn't think of any statement quite as Canadian. I managed to stream the penguins and rangers game tonight and had Graeme watch with me and was pleasantly surprised about all he knew about hockey! Not as happy about the result of the game though, really hoping that the ...


    A travel blog entry by martypritchard on Mar 06, 2014

    58 photos

    ... amp; was I wondering who had right of way lol Hot day on the island & one of our party was really struggling with the heat, but was ok when we got back on the boat. All the way out we could see manta rays jumping for prey. I didn't even know mantas jumped?! Only from a distance but we could see all this splashing & eventually worked out it was rays. Actually had a good view of one. Usually, you'd see a splash & look ...

    Falling in Love

    A travel blog entry by nancycaldwell on Jan 23, 2014

    4 comments, 8 photos

    ... painted during a period of cubism and his style certainly didn’t appeal to everyone in our group. One of my tour mates thought his art a poor homage to Picasso, but I felt it speaking to me. It was tremendously moving and captured so clearly the pain, the frustration and the devastation faced by so many Ecuadoran people in the second half of the 20th century.

    Once again, ...