Head to the tony Samborondon neighborhood for an elegant sleep at Guayaquil’s Hotel del Parque, which has a distinctly European aesthetic. The 44 rooms and suites have classic colonial-style furnishings and marble clad bathrooms.
Located in downtown Guayaquil, this hotel has an outdoor pool flanked by chaise lounges, along with five restaurants and bars. Rooms here have fine linens and a soothing color scheme accented by hardwood or tiled floors. Wash the day’s adventures away in the spa-like baths, which feature revitalizing rainfall showers.
One of the most celebrated luxury properties in Ecuador, Casa Gangotena occupies the site of former presidential mansions, and the aesthetic is appropriately posh: Art Deco and Art Nouveau design elements are prominent throughout the property, including hand-painted murals and friezes, crystal chandeliers, restored tin ceilings, and Egyptian and Statuarietto marbles throughout the property.
This plush hotel opened its doors in 2017 and offers a unique cultural experience for guests. Located in the creative San Marcos neighborhood, home to artists, writers and musicians.
Behind oversized copper-clad doors is a sleek, contemporary property with buzzy public spaces like a chic lounge and lively rooftop. Rooms, meanwhile, all have separate sleeping and lounging areas, and deep soaking tubs.
A boutique property in a converted historic home, the heart of Quito’s colonial center, Hotel Patio Andaluz centers around a grand, glass-covered atrium with a charming courtyard restaurant on the ground floor. Elegant rooms feature dark wood furnishings and antiques.
Modern, comfortable rooms with a number of amenities—free high-speed Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, an iPod docking station — guests at the Wyndham will enjoy this sleek and convenient place to bed down near the international airport.