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Ecuador Hotels & Haciendas
There are many hotels in Quito, most of which are situated in the Mariscal district.
The Mariscal is located between the modern, northern part of Quito and Old Town in the south of Quito. The narrow streets of Quito's Old Town are lined with beautiful colonial buildings.
Quito is the second highest capital in Latin America and is situated 20 minutes south of the Equator.
Quito was the first city designated a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO. Quito has a lovely climate with warm days and cool nights. It is the city of perpetual spring!
Guayaquil is Ecuador's main port and largest city. It is considered the nation's economic capital.
The newly completed Malecón is a collection of restaurants, theatres, and parks along Malecón Avenue, which runs parallel to the Guayas River. The Malecón is a sight not to be missed.
The cozy and welcoming city of Cuenca is the 3rd largest city in Ecuador.
You will quickly understand why Cuenca is designated a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is renown for its 17th century colonial architecture and cobblestone streets.
Cuenca is known as Santa Ana de los Cuatro Ríos de Cuenca or in English Santa Ana of the Four Rivers of Cuenca.
The streets and shops of Cuenca are filled with artisans creating precious crafts of gold, glass, ceramics and the popular Panama hats, among many others.
The charming haciendas of Ecuador are living relics of the rich history of the Andean region.
Rustic elegance, spectacular natural settings, and an air of history are typical of the haciendas.
Hotels from the Ecuador's Pacific Coast; including charming places as: Balandra, Palmazul, Calippso and Atamari.