Casa Gangotena’s rooms, with both double and king-size beds, are arranged across all three of its floors. Due to the property’s heritage character, rooms vary in size, although they are all comfortably ample, averaging 35 m2 (377 ft2) in area. All benefit from the mansion’s elegant tall ceilings which draw the bright Andean sunlight into their interiors.
Their decoration plays with 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 private bathrooms (nearly all with separate bathtubs and showers), and with telephones, intelligent key-cards, in-room safe boxes, wireless internet and flat-screen TV sets with international cable channels.
Enjoy Casa Gangotena’s luxury accommodation
On the ground floor, two Luxury rooms have garden access. On the first floor, the Balcony Junior Suite overlooks the garden with views towards the south of the city and the winged Virgin on her hilltop. The Junior Suite occupies a unique location, connected the two wings of the mansion on the first floor, decorated with fine murals.
There are nine Luxury rooms and four Plaza View rooms on the first floor. On the second floor, we have eight Luxury rooms and four Plaza View rooms. On both the first and second floors, one suite can be separated to make two connecting or individual Luxury rooms. Finally, two Luxury rooms complete the picture of our third floor, with easy access to the wonderful terrace.
The Junior Suite is one of the most special rooms in the house. This room used to be the “tea room” of the Gangotena family, where society women would come to gossip about the city’s great and good. Situated on the first floor, the spacious Junior Suite features an original, 360-degree restored mural depicting the Casa de Zorro. The Junior Suite overlooks the garden and the Panecillo hillside.
SIZE: 48,75 m2 / 516,66 ft2
Balcony Junior Suite
At the end of the southwestern wing of the property, on the first floor, the Balcony Junior Suite is undeniably romantic: with a balcony overlooking the inner garden and picturesque views of the Virgin of Quito atop her hillside. Neoclassical stucco columns adorn the room. The bathroom is hugely inviting, with two large windows that draw in the Andean light, while beautiful columns and black-and-white veined marble complete the picture.
SIZE: 29,39 m2 / 312,15 ft2
Plaza View Rooms
Located along the house’s northern facade, these rooms grant stunning views of the Historic Centre, with the most treasured being that of Plaza San Francisco and its namesake church and convent. The rooms are graced with ample amounts of natural light and a rich, sophisticated décor.
SIZE: 31,87 m2 / 222,68 ft2