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Ecuador-Hotels.net has gathered information of some of the best hotels in Ecuador's main cities. We have also added location maps of each city to help you find the accommodation establishments and places which we consider could be of your interest. This site facilitates instant reservations and information on each hotel. Our priority is to help you select the accommodations that best suit your needs, while staying in Ecuador.


The smallest country in the rugged Andean highlands, Ecuador is among the most rewarding travel destinations in South America. With its array of vibrant indigenous cultures, well preserved colonial architecture, otherworldly volcanic landscapes and dense rainforest, it packs its perimeters with more points of interest than many countries twice its size.
Quito Hotels

Has a wonderful springlike climate despite the fact that it is only 22 km south of the equator. It is in a level flanked by majestic mountains, and on a clear day, several snowcapped volcanoes are visible from the capital. It is divided into the old downtown historical area, considered as a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO, and the modern commercial district. The city's charm lies in its colonial center where narrow cobble stone streets hold untold legends.
Quito Map

Guayaquil Hotels

Is by far the country's most important port and also Ecxuador's most populous city. More exports and imports pass through Guayaquil than all other Ecuadorian ports combined. Travelers to Ecuador tend to avoid Guayaquil because of its reputation as a hot, humid and crowded port town with many dangerous areas. It does however, have its attractions. There are shady plazas, colonial buildings, friendly people, interesting museums and a pleasant riverfront walk called Malecón 2000. Guayaquil Map

 Cuenca Hotels
Is the 3rd largest city in Ecuador, which is also declared as a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO. Cuenca is known as "Santa Ana de los Cuatro Ríos de Cuenca" (Santa Ana of the four rivers of Cuenca), recognized for its colonial architecture of the 17th century and cobblestone streets. This gifted city is filled with artisans inspired to create precious crafts of gold, glass, ceramics, the popularly known "Panama hats", among many others, which are highly appreciated in the foreign markets. Cuenca Map

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