12 de Octubre Ave., and Cordero 444 St.
Quito  Equador
LAT: -0.205410 LONG: -78.48479
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Radisson Royal Quito Hotel

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Stay at the Radisson to See Top Quito Attractions

Ideally located 15 minutes away from the historic Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Radisson Royal Quito is near the best attractions in the city, including corporate offices, entertainment venues, shopping malls and a wide variety of cultural sites. Take a tour of Iglesia de San Francisco, La Basílica del Voto Nacional and the famous artisan market, Mercado Artesanal La Mariscal. The hotel is connected to the World Trade Center, which holds numerous corporate offices and provides a range of business services. For an exciting day trip, make your way to the surrounding countryside to get the flavor of Ecuador's small towns. The hotel is proud to provide executive taxi cabs at special rates for guests. Book your spacious hotel room or suite online today, and see what makes the Radisson one of the top hotels in Quito, Ecuador.

Hotel guests enjoy easy access to these attractions:

  • El Panecillo
    Named "El Panecillo" because it is shaped like a dinner roll, this hill is home to the Virgin of Quito statue, almost 100 feet tall. Look up from the middle of the city to catch a glimpse.
  • Iglesia de San Francisco
    Begun in the 16th century, Iglesia de San Francisco is a can't-miss attraction during your stay in Ecuador. This exquisite structure was the first church to be built in Quito.
  • La Basílica del Voto Nacional
    Construction started more than 100 years ago at this already stunning, though unfinished cathedral. Towers here allow you to look out in awe over the entire city, and the cathedral's gargoyles, shaped like monkeys, tortoises and other animals, offer views of their own.
  • La Capilla del Hombre
    In addition to his own modern creations, this museum houses the collection of Ecuadorian artist Oswaldo Guayasamín. The pieces on offer are primarily pre-Columbian and colonial in nature.
  • La Compañía de Jesús
    It took more than 160 years to complete the intricately detailed La Compañía de Jesús. Today the cathedral is widely recognized as one of the most extraordinary works of  Baroque art on the continent.
  • Mariscal Sucre International Airport (90 minutes)
    This international airport is located 44 km from the city. Ask the hotel about coordinating transportation to and from the airport for your visit.
  • Mercado Artesanal La Mariscal
    Handmade Ecuadorian goods are the real draw to this immense market. Browse more than 100 stalls by local artists and craftspeople. Open seven days a week, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Museo Nacional de Banco Central del Ecuador
    Learn about Ecuador's history, culture and art as it has progressed since 11,000 B.C. Children love the musical instruments section of the museum.
  • United States Embassy/Consulate
    Take note of this helpful website for travel tips, important alerts and assistance during your trip to Ecuador.
  • World Trade Center (connected to hotel)
    This building houses major corporate offices that include Aventis Pharmaceuticals, Bayer, Interamerican Development Bank and International Monetary Fund.

Map of Quito
View directions from the hotel to Mariscal Sucre International Airport.

View the hotel's Quito tours brochure in English and Spanish.

Local Companies:

  • Abbott Laboratories (0.25 miles)
  • Alcatel (1.24 miles)
  • Bago Laboratories (0.25 miles)
  • Bayer (0.25 miles)
  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-days Saints (1.0 mile)
  • Cooper Gay (0.25 miles)
  • Ernst & Young (0.1 miles)
  • Helmerich & Payne (0.1 miles)
  • International Development Bank (located in the World Trade Center)
  • Mitsubishi (located in the World Trade Center)
  • Nestlé (0.31 miles)
  • PricewaterHouse Coopers (0.93 miles)
  • Repsol YPF (0.25 miles)
  • Telefonica (1.24 miles)
  • World Bank (located in the World Trade Center)