Discover a variety of things to do in Quito

Ecuador’s capital offers so much to explore, from the colorful stalls that make up the Mariscal Craft Market to the tree-lined walkways and pop-up art shows at El Ejido Park. With so many things to see and do, the Park Inn in Quito is the ideal base for your city visit. Discover the history of Plaza Grande, the nightlife of Plaza Foch, and the beauty of San Francisco Church, all within walking distance of your hotel room or suite. Among the popular attractions you'll find are Quito’s Historic Center—the world’s first UNESCO World Heritage city—as well as the Middle of the World monument that marks the earth’s equator, where the divide between the Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere stands.

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Basílica del Voto Nacional

1.4 mi / 2.26 km from the hotel
One of the most popular tourist attractions in Quito, Basilica del Voto Nacional offers fabulous views of the city and impressive architecture.

Parque La Carolina

1.52 mi / 2.45 km from the hotel
The largest park in Quito has lots of activities to offer. Explore the botanical gardens, roam the sensational orchid buildings, admire the fuchsias flowers, and be enchanted by the bonsai and Japanese gardens.

Mercado Artesanal la Mariscal (Mariscal Craft Market)

0.13 mi / 0.21 km from the hotel
Be prepared to haggle in one of the most visited markets in Quito. Stall after stall and aisle after aisle you will find plenty of Ecuadorian souvenirs at great prices.

Plaza Foch (Foch Square)

0.04 mi / 0.07 km from the hotel
Enjoy the entertainment district of Quito. Explore an active and energizing setting with a wide variety of bars, restaurants, and cafes, and a great nightlife scene.

Parque El Ejido

0.72 mi / 1.16 km from the hotel
Take your kids to play on the extensive playgrounds, and visit during the weekend for regular markets, art exhibitions, and theatrical performances.

Quito’s Historic Center

2.26 mi / 3.64 km from the hotel
This well-preserved colonial center, which the French once called the “center of the world,” is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The area is home to beautiful churches, museums, and Plaza de la Independencia.