Patio Andaluz is an official National Treasure and holds centuries of history within its walls. It was part of the original Solaris (original building sites) that constituted the city of San Francisco de Quito by the time of its foundation. Since then, revolutionary actors, historic figures, presidents and thinkers had passed through its patios and corridors.
Patio Andaluz is an elegant, comfortable, traditional hotel with its great arches, balconies and attics. You can almost experience the colonial times through the corridors that have witnessed Ecuadorian history since the end of the XVI century
With just 11 suites and 21 standard rooms it is small enough to have retained all its charm. The one drawback to this hotel is its wooden floors, which can make a lot of noise when arriving late or departing early in the morning.
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