About the Homestay
Apartment located in the north-central Quito, close to everything: supermarket, banks, universities, restaurants, church and the largest city park.
I am a widower, living alone and I love to share my space with foreigners. I always make friends with everyone who comes and beautiful memory of my country and lead.
I have available a room with private bathroom has a shower with hot water.
I offer washer and dryer and breakfast in the morning.
At home, abroad you can make use of the living room, dining room, kitchen, anytime.
For years I've had students in my house: whites, blacks, men, women, ...
I speak perfect English. I studied at the best school in Quito (US) and studied my last year of college in the United States.
- Internet Access
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Non Smoking
Bedrooms available for booking
About the Area
The apartment is located in the northern center of Quito, with bus stops 2 minutes. We are close to one of the best universities in Quito (UDLA). On the same street there are 3 very good restaurants.
Local Area Facilities
- Shopping Centre
- Bus Stop
Hosts can offer a complimentary light breakfast at their discretion. All other meals, including a full breakfast, might incur an additional cost, if offered. Meals and any additional payment should be arranged directly with your host.
Included in the stay
- Complimentary Light Breakfast
- Use of Kitchen
Smoking is not allowed.
I would possibly give 2 ½ stars because host Santiago is friendly and tries to be helpful. But the room is very basic with a comfortable-enough bed, some closet space with a few hangers, and big windows that let the lights from the neighboring windows shine in at night, which made it difficult for me, at least, to sleep. The room’s bathroom is across the hall, and there is enough hot water. You must provide your own towels, but there is a washer and dryer to clean them. Breakfast of Nescafe coffee, toast and an egg was available. The apartment itself is cleaned twice weekly by a maid, but is verging on the shabby. It is also very noisy – from street traffic and barking dogs (can be typical in Quito) but also from the other apartmentsI left a week earlier than planned because it was so difficult to sleep. Also, there were many problems with wifi connection, and there are not many inexpensive restaurants within quick walking distance.
How do I book?
Contact the host to check their availability and ask them any questions you have about staying with them. Once the host confirms they’re available for your dates, you can complete your booking.
When do I pay?
Once a host confirms they're available, you can go ahead and pay the 15% booking fee (maximum of 250 $£€ for longer term bookings) using a choice of payment methods: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Maestro, Laser, JCB & PayPal (not available in certain countries). You then pay your host on arrival or as stated by your host on their profile and agreed by you on booking. Please be cautious if a host requests advance payment if its not included on their profile. Our hosts have been advised that if they wish to request advance payment they must make this explicit in their profile. We do not recommend the use of Money gram or Western Union.
When can I share my contact details?
Host and Guest email address, phone number and home address will be exchanged in a confirmation email sent to both immediately after a booking is completed. It's against our policy for Guests and Hosts to exchange direct contact details via our messaging system.