La Casona de la Ronda

Location: Quito & Northern Highlands | Ecuador & the Galapagos

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

La Casona de La Ronda is located in the cobblestone streets of La Ronda, which are brimming with history, from the first Inca settlers to the bohemian underground of the 1930s. This hotel provides a stylish base to explore Ecuador’s capital, Quito.
Perfect forAnyone who wants to kick off their Ecuadorian adventure in comfort and style, and make the most of Quito’s eclectic culture before jetting off to the Galapagos and beyond.
In the knowLa Ronda is reportedly home to the world’s narrowest bar, Inte Peña (it’s barely an arm-span wide!), so try squeezing in and sampling the Ecuadorian favourite, Canelazo (a hot cocktail with cinnamon).

Recommended for...

  • Boutique Hotel
  • City Hotel
  • Cultural Immersion
  • History & Heritage

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

La Casona de La Ronda is in a historic and charming setting in La Ronda, the oldest part of central Quito.

Rooms at La Casona de La Ronda

The 22 rooms and suites have lively interiors that bring the colour and character of La Ronda inside, including hand-carved furnishings and floors of polished local wood, whilst providing a comfortable haven from the hustle and bustle of Quito’s winding streets. They look out over the hotel's patio or the cobbled streets of La Ronda. The suites offer extra space, including a living area, and have garden views. 

Food & Drink

Not only is La Casona de La Ronda owned by a famous Quito restaurateur, with a restaurant where you can enjoy traditional Ecuadorian cuisine, there are adventurous and rustic places to eat around every corner. Whether you want to grab some empanadas at a chilli-laced eatery, or feast at one of the many international restaurants, Quito has it all.

Facilities

After a day's sightseeing, relax in the leafy courtyard or in the comfortable lounge, where you can enjoy the views over Quito. 

Activities at La Casona de La Ronda

In beautiful and historic La Ronda, once famous for its shadowy artists’ haunts, you will find a myriad of tiny restaurants and bars nestling under the Baroque architecture, as well as quirky shops, art galleries and the local museum. As you explore Quito further you can take in the lavish and ornate interiors of colonial churches and the Plaza de San Francisco, before seeing the city in all its spectacular glory from the top of El Panecillo.

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Hotel location

La Casona de la Ronda is approximately 40 minutes from Quito's Mariscal Sucre International Airport.

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