My-Quito.com : Hostels in Cuenca
- See our page on Cuenca
for things to see and do in this beautiful city.
- Cafecito -European operated hostel and café that
is part of the Cafecito chain.
- Honorato Vásquez 7-36
y Luis Cordero
tel: (5937) 832-337
La Casona -set in
a beautiful area of the city, between the rivers Tomebamba and
Yanuncay in a restored house, the hotel offers rooms with private
bath, tv, telephone, wireless internet, hair dryer, along with
restaurant and parking facilities inside the hotel.
- Miguel Cordero 2124
- Tel : 593 (072) 810823
in the colonial heart of Cuenca. Macondo offers a peaceful atmosphere
in a secure, central location with easy access to museums, restaurants
and other tourist facilities. The hostal is set around a cosy
garden courtyard. All rooms are private (some ensuite) and the
price includes continental breakfast, guest use of the kitchen
and laundry service. The staff can assist in arranging Spanish
classes at the nearby CEDEI language school or daytrips within
- Tarqui 11-64 y Mariscal Lamar
- Tel: (593-7) 282-1700
Naranja -a restored
Colonial House, located in the heart of Cuenca and only a 2 minute
walk from the main plaza. They offer private and shared rooms
around two open indoor 'patios'. Facilities include a secure
luggage room, motorbike and bicycle parking. Spanish classes
can be arranged with private teachers or in the nearby language
- Mariscal Lamar 10-38 y Padre
Aguirre Centro historico, Cuenca
Tel (593 9) 4077484
Posada del Angel -a restored
colonial house situated in the historical center of the city
, offering 22 rooms (singlesup to quadruple with private bathroom).
TV, parking, breakfast and internet included.
Bolívar 14-11 and Estévez de Toral (old town)
Phone: (593 7) 2 840695 / 2 821360
Limon Hostal -located
in a quiet area of the City Center of Cuenca, just 7 blocks from
Calderon Park. The hostel has private and dormitory rooms, and
has TV, DVD player, games and café.
Juan Jaramillo 4-89 y Mariano Cueva, Cuenca.
- Phone: 593-7-2820300
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