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Anahi Boutique Hotel
Located in Mariscal Sucre, the commercial, tourist and banking area.
A charming and stylish boutique hotel that prides itself on its superior hospitality.
Anahi Hotel is located in the neighborhood of La Mariscal, within walking distance of the financial and commercial centre. It is surrounded by the best gastronomic, cultural and leisure facilities in the city.
For those special moments of relaxation, the hotel offers its wellness zone. To create inner peace and physical well-being guests can enjoy the Jacuzzi, Turkish bath and aromatherapy. After a long day of business or a sightseeing tour guests are pampered with relaxing massages.
In the "hidden" Cava-bar guests can enjoy their favorite drink, ranging from cocktails and brandies to a wide selection of high quality wines accompanied by a variety of small appetizers.E-mail usUSA: 1 877 4367512Contact us
Services and Facilities
- Laundry & dry cleaning
- Taxi service
- Welcome drink
- Breakfast Buffet
- Luggage storage
- Business center
- Jacuzzi & steam room
- Cava bar
- La Piedra Restaurant with international and Ecuadorian cuisine
Every suite in the hotel has been uniquely decorated to emphasize the history, different regions and culture of Ecuador. Each suite features one of the different aspects of Ecuador such as the history, the regions or the richness of this beautiful country. Guests can read more about the theme of their suite in the information provided.
All rooms offer:
- Digital safe
- 32” plasma TV with cable
- Private bathroom
- Broadband internet & telephone
- Use of the business centre
- Use of the Jacuzzi and steam suite
- Historical and cultural trips in Quito and beyond
- La Mariscal, the commercial and financial district of Quito, with facilities to meet all your needs
- The historical centre of Quito, with colonial architecture, attractive churches and fascinating museums
- The equator at the ‘Middle of the World’
- Pululahua Geobotanical Reserve
- Papallacta hot springs
- Cotopaxi national park
- Otavalo's indigenous markets