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All reviewshigh teabeautiful hotelmashpi lodgethe plaza san franciscoplaza view roomold townmarble bathroomrestored mansionthe complimentary afternoon tealuxury hotellocal fruitrooftop terraceecuadorian cuisinefresh flowersturn down servicethree nightsloved this hotel
A gem in Quito with a beautiful view as well as top notch service and facilities. We (family of 5) stayed here on our trip throught to the Galapagos Islands and loved it so much that we looked forward to our last couple of nights...More
I stayed at the Casa Gangotena in December 2017 and January 2018 during a 2-week family trip to Ecuador. Casa Gangotena is a beautiful property in the heart of Quito’s historic district, it is located in the southwest corner of Plaza San Francisco. The entire...More
The Casa Gangotena is a fantastic place in the old town in Quito. The Quito´s old town was declared as Humanity Patrimony by UNESCO, thus staying is the Hotel was a great experience of the history of Quito.
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Luxury personified. Great staff. Good location. Fine food. Everyone was helpful and went out of their way for us. Two of us are “foodies” and they took the 2 into the kitchen for a demo.
There was no downside to this experience.
As circumstance would have it, we stayed at Casa Gangotena 3 times in 2 weeks. We had different rooms each time. They ranged from pretty, but basic rooms to gorgeous grand rooms. Each was well equipped, with comfortable beds, nice fruit plates and a little...More
The hotel is gorgeous. We heard no noise from any construction while we were there. There was also no problem with Road access around the hotel. There is a dynamite pre-Columbia museum right around the corner.