QUITO CATHEDRAL HOTEL INTERNATIONAL
The Hotel has fifteen new and comfortable rooms
Distributed as follows:
- 4 single rooms
- 7 double or twin rooms
- 3 triple . 1 quadruple room
- 1 junior suite
Our rooms include:
- Cable TV private
- bathrooms with hot
- water phone closet.
Restaurant with capacity for 120 people , with a menu of international / national food and breakfast service. Our restaurant is open 16 hours a day so you can enjoy refreshing drinks watching the sporting event of the day, news or any program on our big screen 50 "
- Breakfast : from 7:30 am to 10:00 am Monday through Sunday.
- Lunch: from 12:00 p.m. to 3:30 pm Monday through Sunday.
- CCTV in all areas
- Luggage room
- airport transportation
tourist attractions near the hotel
- Church of La Merced
- Metropolitan Cultural Center
- Church and Museum of St. Augustine
- Carondelet Palace
- Chapel of Our Lady of Good Success
- Square and Church of Santo Domingo
- Square and Church of San Francisco
- local calls.
- Airport Shuttle hotel ( additional value ) .
- Room service
- Tourist information.
- 24 hour reception
- bilingual staff
- Discounts for groups or companies
- Hair dryers
- Security boxes
- Free coffee and tea
- Cable TV
- Newspaper weekends
QUITO ART AND CULTURE
Arrive at the heart of the Historic Center down the street or Garcia Moreno Guayaquil, reaching Independence Square (or Piazza Grande). Here you can visit the Government Palace, the Archbishop's Palace, City Hall and the Cathedral.
Walking Street García Moreno, you're first with the Capilla del Sagrario, the Metropolitan Cultural Center and The Society of Jesus Church. In a corner of the adjacent street, you will see the old building of the Bank of Pichincha. Advancing the Garcia Moreno, westward reach the Plaza San Francisco, consisting of church and religious, the largest in Latin complex. A right hand Square, you will find an excellent cafe and gift shop, Tianguez. From here, you have two possible routes:
From the Plaza de San Francisco you can move north on Basin Street to the plaza and church of La Merced. Following down the street Chile, between La Merced and the street Benalcázar see several doors and colonial facades. In the other corner, diagonal to where now the Vice President of the Republic, is a mansion that until the twentieth century belonged to the family of the writer Marieta Veintimilla, niece of dictator Ignacio de Veintimilla. From here, you can continue to Monasterio de la Concepción, through the Military Circle, across the Plaza Grande until you reach the Church of St. Augustine.
From the Plaza de San Francisco advancing south on Basin Street toward the square and Church of Santa Clara . From here , down, down the street Rocafuerte you find the Monastery of Carmen Alto, can cross the Arco de la Reina, go through the City Museum (which was the San Juan de Dios Hospital , one of the oldest in America ) , reach Calle La Ronda, with its wonderful old houses , and taking the street Guayaquil arrive to the main square and Church of Santo Domingo.