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Welcome to Casa Gangotena

A TRULY ICONIC HOTEL IN QUITO

Step into the elegance and luxury of a bygone era at our Boutique Hotel in Quito, Casa Gangotena. Situated in the heart of Quito’s Old Town, our beautifully and eclectically-appointed mansion sings with the history of the city. Whether it be the rooms, suites, restaurant, terrace or gardens, each is a space for you to unwind, discover and dream.

Rooms & Suites

With their rich carpets, towering window frames, flowing curtains and Art Deco furniture, our rooms add elegance and refinement to the comfort of being in your own home away from home.

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Restaurant

Inspired by the biodiversity of Ecuador’s ingredients and developed together with our trusted suppliers and farmers, we have created our very own signature cuisine: cocina mestiza. Based on ongoing research into flavors, scents, textures and ancestral cooking techniques, it’s our tribute to Ecuadorian gastronomy.

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Experiences

Casa Gangotena is a vecino, a neighbor that actively engages with its community. We are proud to offer cultural immersion in activities and visits to the unique, and, above all, authentic locations that surround us.

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The treasures of Old Town – right at our doorstep!

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Reviews & Testimonials

Forbes

Old Quito has regained its luster, with so many ways to mix luxuries à la Casa Gangotena with simple pleasures. The hotel can arrange for a Live Quito Like a Local tour that takes in visits to artisans, sweets makers, and even a traditional miller in the San Roque area.

Financial Times

The hotel is known among business clientele for its wonderful afternoon tea, which is served either in the restaurant or in a quiet internal patio facing the garden. Some of the tea infusions are made with fresh herbs from the orchard and there is also a blend of Ecuadorian coffee roasted exclusively for the hotel.

Robb Report

The three-story Renaissance-inspired structure, originally built as a home in 1534, combines neoclassical elements with modern custom-made furniture, and its rooftop terrace offers wrap-around views of Quito’s Old Town.

The telegraph

This is the prettiest part of the city and the hotel is easy walking distance from sights such as the gilt Jesuit church of La Compañía, Museo de la Ciudad and the Franciscan monastery as well as excellent restaurants.


99.6% of guests rate our hotel as “outstanding”, 99% of them would recommend our hotel!

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