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Hotels in Quito near Quito (UIO-Mariscal Sucre Intl.)

Quito (UIO-Mariscal Sucre Intl.) Hotels

Gateway to the "Middle of the World", Mariscal Sucre International Airport (UIO) serves Ecuador’s high up and heritage-rich capital, Quito. One of South America’s busiest international hubs, it provides links all over the continent, with a handful of services to Europe and North America too. Prior to taking off, you can grab a quick bite or indulge your inner shopaholic courtesy of the airport’s Sky Mall. Quito sits just 18 kilometers away, overlooked by the immense Pichincha Volcano.

Hotels in Quito (UIO-Mariscal Sucre Intl.)

The Tababela and Puembo parishes are where you’ll find the majority of hotels near Quito Airport, many of which come affordably priced. They range from locally-owned full-service digs to characterful guesthouses, and usually feature outdoor pools, gardens, and restaurants. Quito has the best accommodation however, with everything from ritzy high rise hotels to historic hostels.

Where to stay

One tourist hotspot is new town’s La Mariscal quarter, home to trendy cafés, a vibrant nightlife, and attractions including the colorful La Mariscal Craft Market. However, the absolute must-see area, and a World Heritage Site, is Quinto's historical center. Packed with colonial architecture, it’s home to a staggering number of churches too, including the Gothic-Mudéjar-style Quito Cathedral and the Neo-Gothic Basílica del Voto Nacional.

How to get to Quito (UIO-Mariscal Sucre Intl.)

The airport provides year-round connections to major South American cities, including Buenos Aires, Lima, Mexico City, Panama City, and San Salvador. There are also non-stop services to Amsterdam and Madrid, as well as Atlanta, Houston, Miami, and New York. A public bus operates between the airport and city, making a stop at Rio Coca terminal. From there, you can switch to services bound for the Historic Center or La Mariscal.

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