Go Quito Hotel is located on Avenida Eloy Alfaro N34-137 and Catalina Aldaz. Find here more information about the hotel’s location and El Batán neighborhood.
Public spaces and guest rooms have central air conditioning and heating.
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Go Quito Hotel
Avenida Eloy Alfaro N34-151 y Catalina Aldaz
170504, Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador
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Notable festivals include the Fiestas de Quito in December and the Holy Week processions in April.
The City Museum and the Ecuador National Museum of Art are both within easy reach and offer insights into Ecuador’s rich history and culture.
Regular cultural events include the Festival of Lights, Quito’s Summer Arts Festival, and various exhibitions at the Centro de Arte Contemporáneo.
Yes, our hotel restaurant offers a range of traditional Ecuadorian dishes, made from fresh, locally sourced ingredients.
Zazu, Urko Cocina Local, and El Ventanal are highly recommended for their quality and range of Ecuadorian dishes.
Local specialties include ceviche, locro de papa (a potato soup), and llapingachos (stuffed potato patties).
The hotel concierge can assist in arranging a variety of guided city tours, including historical, cultural, and culinary tours.
Yes, the hotel can arrange cooking classes to learn about traditional Ecuadorian cuisine, as well as gastronomy tours.
Hiking in the Andes, visiting the Pululahua Geobotanical Reserve, and biking in the Metropolitan Park are popular outdoor activities.
Don’t miss the Church and Convent of St. Francis, the Plaza Grande, and La Compañía de Jesús Church.
Yes, several tour operators offer half-day and full-day tours ideal for guests with limited time.
Essential sights include the historic Old Town, the Basilica del Voto Nacional, and the Panecillo, a hilltop statue offering panoramic views.
The Antisana Ecological Reserve and the Papallacta Hot Springs are great choices for nature lovers.
Yes, the hotel can arrange transportation and even guided tours to these destinations.
Popular day trips include the Otavalo Market, the Mindo Cloud Forest, and the Cotopaxi National Park.
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Yes, room service is available between 7 am and 10 pm.
Yes, we have two bars open. Visit the rooftop or Parallel lobby bar to enjoy expertly crafted cocktails and learn about the local geography. The bar is open daily from 4 pm to 11 pm.
Yes. Enjoy a breakfast buffet from 6 am to 10 am or Ecuadorian and international cuisine for lunch or dinner with locally sourced ingredients and views of Quito’s skyline at the zero-waste rooftop restaurant open from 6 am to 11 pm.
Photography or videography is only allowed on the premises with prior authorization.
We have implemented a smoke-free policy to ensure a clean and healthy environment for all our guests and staff. This policy helps to eliminate the smell of smoke, maintain the quality of our accommodations, and promote the well-being of everyone staying with us.
Yes, the maximum number of guests allowed in rooms with king beds is two adults and one child. The maximum number of guests allowed in rooms with double queen beds is two adults and two children.
The flexible rate is refundable 24 hours before the day of arrival.
You cannot get a refund if you cancel or modify a non-refundable rate booking.
The Quicentro Shopping Mall and the artisanal market at Plaza Foch are great for shopping and exploring local crafts.
La Carolina Park and El Ejido Park are both within close proximity, offering green spaces for relaxation and leisure activities.
Nearby attractions include the historic Old Town, La Carolina Park, and the TelefériQo cable car offering stunning city views.
It’s best to pack layers, as the weather can vary. Include light clothing for sunny days, a jacket for cooler evenings, and a raincoat or umbrella for the rainy season.
Quito doesn’t have traditional seasons due to its equatorial location. Instead, it experiences a wet and dry season. However, the temperature remains relatively constant year-round.
Quito enjoys a unique climate often referred to as ‘eternal spring’. Temperatures typically range between 50°F (10°C) and 77°F (25°C) throughout the year. The city experiences a rainy season from October to May, with dryer weather from June to September.
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