Casa Gangotena|Quito, Ecuador- Link Share this:
Five Stars
Classification: luxary boutigue

Situated in a newly-restored historic mansion overlooking Plaza San Francisco, the three-story Casa Gangotena Boutique Hotel in Quitoharbours 31 rooms, a showcase of eye-catching style, contemporary design, antiques, fine furnishings, modern technologies and quintessential comforts. Beautifully- and eclectically-appointed, the hotel invites its guests to explore and to relax, whether in the dining room, glassed-in patio, garden redolent with the perfume of native flowers, wood-panelled library, or else atop its panoramic third-floor terrace. Beyond its doors of this Quito Hotel, the world heritage wonders of Quito, as well the vastly-different and diverse worlds of Ecuador itself, await. Sophisticated and eclectic, historic yet contemporary, at Casa Gangotena style, passion and service blend seamlessly and delightfully. Casa Gangotena's rooms, with both double and king-size beds, are arrayed across all three of its floors. Due to the property's heritage character, rooms vary in size, although all are comfortably ample, averaging 35 square metres (377 sq. ft.) in area. All benefit from the mansion's elegant, tall ceilings, drawing the bright Andean sunlight into their interiors. Their decoration plays off rich carpets, towering window frames, flowing curtains and Art Deco-style furniture such as desks, armoires, tables and armchairs. All the rooms are air-conditioned, carpeted, non-smoking and sound-proofed, with en-suite bathrooms (nearly all with separate bathtubs and showers), and with telephones, intelligent key-cards, wireless internet and flat-screen TVs with international cable channels. On the ground floor, two Luxury rooms give onto the garden. On the first floor, the Balcony Junior Suite overlooks the garden with views south, while there are nine Luxury rooms and four Plaza View rooms. One floor up, we have eight Luxury rooms and four Plaza View rooms. Two Luxury rooms complete the picture on the third floor. On both the first and second floors, one suite can beseparated to make two connecting or individual Luxury rooms. A newly-commissioned ceiling mural by contemporary Ecuadorian artist Lucía Falconí adorns the ground-floor restaurant, creating a colourful focal point for the hotel's range of classic Ecuadorian dishes and fine international cuisine. Dining at Casa Gangotena is an experience for all the senses, crowned by the impeccable 'old school' service of its wait staff. The menu celebrates Ecuadorian cooking from the Andes and the Coast, whether meat, fish, poultry or vegetarian, reflecting the country's amazingly rich and diverse ingredients. Soups are a particular favourite. These change daily and according to season, served from traditional clay terrines with the extra ingredients Ecuadorians love to add as toppings arrayed as side dishes.


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