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Carlota is a renovated turn of the century building, located in the heart of the historic district in Quito, just a few blocks and walking distance from landmarks and heritage sites.

Carlota introduces a new concept for hospitality in Quito, combining a vibrant urban surrounding with unique and bold design for an authentic experience, created for the new traveler, interested in culture, arts and modern lifestyle.

Carlota’s appealing ambiance and concept is complemented by the culinary proposal, where urban ambiance and local products are combined sustainably into an exquisite fusion that captures the senses.

Quito Polo Club

Nestled in the green mountains of the Ecuadorian highlands, the Quito Polo Club is an Andean dream, located in the small neighborhood of La Palma in Puembo, chosen as a place for rest and residence thanks to its privileged climate, environment and proximity to the city.

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Palacio Cordovez

An old Mansion built at the turn of the last Century has been completely restored in order to achieve the former splendor of the Ecuadorian Republican era. The Mansion used to be the home of an Ecuadorian Tobacco Tycoon, who entertained his guests and buyers lavishly in the large spaces on the Ground Floor, while he and his family utilized the First Floor as their private residence.

The property is part of the Architectural Historic Society of the downtown area of the Capital according to the World Heritage Foundation, which considered Quito to be the first city of the organization according to UNESCO.

The Mansion as well as the entire surrounding neighborhood was designed by an Italian Architect, who was influenced by the architectural style of his native country. Many homes and private houses in this particular area show the splendor and the excellent craftsmanship of this bygone era.

Boutique Hotel Mansion del Angel overlooks the well known Alameda Park and when passing through the park, the Historical Part of Downtown Quito may be reached within 10 minutes. The park is also the home of the first Astronomic Observatory.