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Casa Foch Hotel
Located in Mariscal Sucre, the commercial, tourist and banking area.
A boutique hotel in the heart of Quito’s tourist area.
Casa Foch Boutique Hotel is located in the heart of Quito's tourist district, just one block from Quito's newest hotspot, Plaza Foch, and within walking distance of several popular museums, dozens of restaurants, the downtown historical district, and the city's two major universities. Casa Foch has easy access to public transportation.
Casa Foch was built in the 1930s, when residents of the downtown colonial area began moving out into prestigious neighborhoods like La Mariscal. Casa Foch is located on the street Mariscal Foch, which is at the heart of the Mariscal district, Quito’s main tourist area. Casa Foch Boutique Hotel’s recent two-year renovation closely followed the original design of the building, leaving the exterior facade identical to the original and keeping the warmth of the home intact.E-mail usUSA: 1 877 4367512Contact us
Services and Facilities
Expect to be able to tuck yourself away with a book in one of Casa Foch Boutique Hotel’s several intimate social spaces, like the back sun porch, the interior garden patio, or the cozy, sun-filled living room in the lobby area.
- Mini-spa with sauna, Jacuzzi and Turkish steam bath
- Free wireless internet
Inspired by themes from nature, the rooms have been lovingly designed to include original art and photography that relate to each room’s name. The 15 uniquely decorated rooms, including the generous family suites, hold 35 guests.
First and second floor rooms have wood stoves or balconies with the original restored hardwood floors and cedar doors. The spacious third floor suites have beautiful sloped wood-paneled ceilings that provide cozy warmth on brisk Quito nights.
- 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