• Explore one of Quito's most exciting districts
  • Relax in the luxe spa with signature treatments
  • Indulge in fine Japanese dining & cocktails
  • Enjoy spectacular city views

Swissotel Quito is one of the city's top luxury hotels. Located in the trendy Floresta neighbourhood, home to some of Quito’s most famous sights, guests are excellently-placed for exploring the city. Return to contemporary rooms that vaunt state-of-the-art technology and sweeping city views alongside multiple dining options, including open-kitchen sushi and teppanyaki and a stylish bar with daily happy hour. Then, any sightseeing aches are soothed at the luxe spa that features a heated indoor-outdoor pool and 'chocolate therapy' spa treatments.

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Bedrooms feature all the modern gadgets, alongside contemporary South American-style furnishings and expansive windows that invite in sprawling views of what is one of the world’s highest capital cities. Suites go one up with the addition of a separate lounge, jacuzzi bath and access to the executive lounge.

When it comes to dining, you’re spoilt for choice, from the Ecuadorian buffet to light bites at the deli. Then, the hotel's Japanese restaurant satisfies any fine-dining needs, with fresh sushi and teppanyaki prepared before you in an open kitchen. It’s the perfect prelude to drinks at the cosmopolitan-feel bar that offers a nightly happy hour.

After long days exploring, head to the Amrita spa for the likes of facials, Indian stone massages and oriental therapies – there's even regenerative chocolate treatments. That’s not forgetting the state-of the art gym, outdoor-indoor heated pool, whirlpool, sauna and plunge pool.

Your city-centre location means you're well placed for some city slicking, whether you want to explore its neo-Gothic churches, while away the hours in traditional cafes and galleries or stroll along the mural-adorned walls that lie juxtaposed against ancient mansions. The city's outskirts are never far away either, from the TeleferiQo cable car that crosses high above the city to the equator line at the Ciudad Mitad del Mundo. Come evening, Quito’s historic centre is just steps away for the likes of jazz clubs and artisan beer bars.


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