Named after the wealthy family that once owned this extravagant colonial mansion, Casa Gangotena is now a boutique hotel offering seriously stylish accommodation in the heart of Quito. Fittingly for a hotel that sits within the first city ever to be designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Casa Gangotena's history is on display everywhere you look. Art nouveau and art deco elements like elaborate murals, stuccoed ceilings and wood panelled walls can be seen in both the marbled hallways and lavishly equipped rooms and suites.
Under the direction of Chef Emilio Dalmau, Casa Gangotena's food lives up to its spectacular surroundings. The seven-course tasting menu showcases the best of innovative Ecuadorean cuisine, with dishes like duck breast in spicy banana sauce and Amazonian paiche with smoked coconut and squid ink tuile, each perfectly paired with fine wines from South America and beyond.
Views over to the Plaza San Francisco
Things to do nearby
Explore the UNESCO World Heritage City of Quito on foot
Shop in the galleries and craft shops of Calle de la Ronda
Visit the Museo del Banco Central home to the country’s largest native art collection
Ride one of the highest cable cars in the world – the TelefériQo
The idea for Red Savannah was always based on a clear market need. A small team of the most experienced travel designers, supported by the latest technology and delivered with the lightest touch. In short, a travel company redefined for the 21st century.