This suite replicates the great Inca Empire with stone walls and niches that shelter original pre-Columbian artwork.
Decorated with details in Chonta and Olive wood, this Suite is inspired by the Ecuadorian ethnicities and designed by the artist Simon Ordoñez.
This room uses Totora, a plant from the Andean region of Ecuador, in many delicate details to create a cozy ambience.
The Hacienda Suite represents the arrival of the Spanish in the XVI century and displays original artifacts of the conquest as well as pieces of Quito’s former art schools.
The Andes Suite takes you to the Ecuadorian mountain range with its decorations in vibrant red and cozy colors.
This Suite transports you to the sunny region of the Ecuadorian coastline with its bamboo details in every corner.
Representing the culture and heritage of Quito, the Colonial Suite has an antique and religious decoration characteristic of the XVI century bourgeoisie.
This suite combines the esthetics of modern decoration with elements in metal, wood, and artwork from the Ecuadorian artists Edgar Carrasco.
Inspired by the Ecuadorian jungle, the Glass Suite is delicately decorated with tropical designs in glass created by the artist Alexandra Moshenek.