Hostal Quil, born and bred in the city of Guayaquil, Ecuador's main port, owes its name to the legend that also gave name to the city, that of the great Huancavilca warrior Guayas and Quil, his wife.
In 2001, the German businessman residing in Ecuador Hans Creter decided to build Hostal Quil, with a large investment in the latest building technologies and features to cover all the needs of tourists and businessmen alike. Thus, on May 5, 2003, the hostel opened its doors to national and international travelers, providing first quality hospitality services.
Its 15 comfortable rooms are decorated in lively colors. There are singles, doubles and triples, all featuring private bathroom with hot water, air conditioning, cable TV, wi-fi internet access, reading lamp, desk and a phone for local and international calls. There's also a cafeteria and bar.
Hostal Quil is always ready to make you feel at home.
Cdla naval norte mz. 6 sl. 10, Av. Luis Cordero & Sufragio Libre, Guayaquil, Southern-CoastView Larger Map
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- All Ages
- Business Travellers
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