Hotel Pinsaqui

Panamericana Norte km. 5, Otavalo, Ecuador.

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4.3 of 5 guest rating

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Very Good

100% of guests recommend

4.3 of 5 guest rating

based on 2 reviews

Hotel Description

Hotel Pinsaqui

The Hotel Pinsaqui suitably located nearby Imbabura volcano and centre in the province of lakes in Ecuador. In proximity to the famous handicraft market of Otavalo, Cotacachi leather city, and the people of San Antonio recognised for its handicrafts made of wood.

The Hotel Hacienda Pinsaqui is the best choice of hotels in Otavalo.

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Hotel Facilities

  • 24 hours Reception
  • Bike Hire(£)
  • Laundry
  • Lounges/Bar
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Wi-Fi Internet(£)

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    "WONDERFUL"
    This hacienda-turned-into-hotel has been owned by the same family for 300 years. It is authentic (with modern bathrooms!). They came and lit the fireplace in our room, and ASKED if there was anything else they could do for us. The grounds are lovely, with beautiful flowers, ducks, other birds, etc. From MTnative46 Missoula, Montana. Stayed October 2015, travelled as a couple.
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    "Delightful historic hacienda converted to hosteria"
    First built in the 18th Century, this large,historic, beautiful place has had many lives under one aristocratic family. Simon Bolivar stayed here; a treaty with Colombia was signed here. After urban growth made a large cattle ranch impossible, the hacienda was a textile factory. The current owner converted it to a hosteria in the 1990s. Hospitality is personal; service is excellent; rooms are commodious; the food is very good. Wifi is available only near reception. Unfortunately, we stayed only one night. From Chip G Portland, Oregon. Stayed February 2016, travelled with friends.
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