Anahi was the daughter of a Guarani tribe chief in Latin America. When they were attacked by another tribe, Anahi was taken hostage, tied to a tree and burned. Legends say that where the ashes blew, red flowers grew.
Similarly to our name, our hotel was inspired by centuries of Latin American and Ecuadorian culture and history. Derived from a traditional colonial style home, Anahi Boutique Hotel provides the perfect combination of history, luxury, and style. Each of our rooms were thoughtfully designed using a different theme to give guests a unique and unforgettable experience in Quito. Enjoy wonderful amenities including a restaurant, bar, terrace, and business center.
The colonial home which is now the Anahi Boutique Hotel is built in the residential aristocrat neighborhood of La Mariscal
Renovations start on the colonial home always keeping the antique chimney intact.
Anahi Boutique Hotel opens its doors to its first guests.
Anahi Hotel merges with its neighbor, Fuente de Piedra I, and is partly renovated.
Tamayo N23-95 y Wilson - Our hotel is located in the trendy La Mariscal district of Quito, just a 10 minute drive from downtown.
Reviews from recent guests:
Let me start with the service, which was impeccable from start to finish, from allowing us to check in early to calling a taxi to get us to the bus station. Always helpful and happy from the cleaning service to the breakfast crew. Top notch. The room was large and accommodating with lots of places to put clothes and other items away. Two sinks in the bathroom, a fridge stocked with three water bottles a day. The papaya-lime lotion and shampoo stayed with us all day. The feel of the hotel is unique and the stone entry area is quite attractive. We did not eat dinner in the restaurant, though we did have breakfast everyday, and they had the standard Continental fare but they augmented it every day with different Ecuadorian specialities, from jugos to bombas.
Very friendly staff that actually helped us out with a big problem!! Beautiful, clean rooms. I stayed in this hotel for 3 nights in total and enjoyed every minute of my stay. The hotel is very clean, the rooms are large and the bathrooms well equipped. Perfect to enjoy the "Quito-Experience". The location was great too!
This is a small and charming boutique hotel (15 rooms). Behind an unassuming frontage on an unassuming street lies a modern hotel, beautifully designed, where each room is whimsically and tastefully decorated on a particular theme. The staff are friendly, welcoming, helpful and speak good English, and there is a small restaurant with a good buffet breakfast (included) that is also open for dinner. The Mariscal area and the Casa Cultura are all within easy walking distance.
Our suite was lovely, the Vega. Front desk staff were very helpful, arranged for a breakfast to go for an early Sunday morning tour. The jacuzzi was nice on a cool rainy day. Continental breakfast was good. Very safe neighborhood, not in the 'party scene'.
We liked the Metal Fusion Room, the artist did an amazing design. We loved the black out shades behind the sun shades for a view during the day and total privacy at night. Slept in later than usual because we didn't realize the sun was up. Loved having the mini frig in the room and the option of having coffee or hot tea on the fourth floor all day.