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If I had to imagine what Heaven would look like, it would be covered in green mountains, like the Andes outside of Riobamba and would have bunnies that you can feed carrots to with rooms filled with lovely old world antiques and a five star...More
Public areas full of antiquities, fabulous building, great gardens. Overlooking traditional farm. Food is really good, service good.
Room was enormous, bathroom good
Would liked to have stayed longer, only downside is the highway outside but you can’t hear the traffic from the rooms
My boyfriend and I stumbled across La Andaluza quite unexpectedly, after a long day of changed plans, and could not have been happier to discover it. Everything was lovely, comfortable, and memorable. I particularly enjoyed learning about the history of the Hosteria from Francisco during...More
This hotel impressed me from the minute I arrived on the property. It an is absolutely interesting property with pristine rooms and comfortable beds. The food and its presentation was superb. They had a local band that played Ecuadorian music which had us up dancing....More
My husband and I have been traveling in Ecuador for 5 weeks and thought we’d splurge for our last nights in country. We hiked Chimborazo and wanted to stay nearby. This hosteria is an amazing place to stay. The location is great, even though it...More
Yes, you can let the long-distance bus driver know where you need to get off, and he will stop in front of the hotel if he knows where it is. Tour operators may do the same out of courtesy, but Julio Verne--for... More
Yes, you can let the long-distance bus driver know where you need to get off, and he will stop in front of the hotel if he knows where it is. Tour operators may do the same out of courtesy, but Julio Verne--for instance--won't do a pick-up unless the tour passes by the hotel anyway. If you're going to Chimborazo with them (i.e., different direction), you'll need to flag down one of the regular buses (US$1.50, if I recall correctly) or take a taxi (US$10 one-way) to their downtown office.