3 usd per person to camp in vehicle. Includes shower, kitchen, water, use of common rooms.
Price per night includes a set breakfast and dinner. Internet is available. Restaurant also sells fresh bread and lunches upon request. Hard to miss this place as you drive the Quilotoa Loop counterclockwise into Chugchilan on the right-hand side of the road.
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Good facilities, high pressure hot shower, nice games room with pool and foosball. Slept in van for 3 usd each. Used their big kitchen as well. Unfortunately, trucks start passing at 4 am and you’ll be woken up by thatReport Check-In
Still 3 dollars to camp with tent. Clean and flat area. Friendly staff. Use of clean kitchen, free water, tea and coffee. Pingpong, pool, table soccer, nice and warm chill area!Report Check-In
Very Nice hostel with parking nice room with good hot shower friendly staff we paid 15 $ each person for diner and breakfast include
This place is awesome. Don’t hesitate. Just stay here. Massive private room with bathroom, log burner in the room lit every evening with a huge supply of logs. Friendly staff and nice and clean. The price $20 including a superb and plentiful three course dinner and a hearty breakfast.Report Check-In
3$ pp for camping. Unfortunately the campspot (space for 1 tent) is not very cosy and felt quite dirty. We ended up getting a room insteadReport Check-In
Very good hostel. 15$ pp (including breakfast and dinner). rooms are clean and there are a lot of common areas available. WiFi was quite good and we even had a heater in our room. Meals are good and big portions. What we didn’t like: they want to charge to refill your water bottles. Owners are very friendly and try their best to give you the best service possible. Perfect place for the quilotoa loop. The owner has put up signs and markings on the whole trail so you won’t get lost. Also he will give advice and recommendations to every guest for the next day in the evening.Report Check-In
Very nice place. Still possible to camp for free on the parking. they encourage you to have dinner and/or breakfast. it is 3$ for the dinner and same price for breakfast. Very tasty. The owner are very nice and take care of food allergies. only 3 spots for ioverlander (and one of it is not very flat).Report Check-In
Very good hostel! Two of us stayed in a room with private bathroom for $15 p.p. including dinner and breakfast, the other two could camp on the parking for free and had dinner for $3. They did everything possible to deal with allergies in the group, which is rare in Ecuador. There's a game room with ping-pong and pool tables and several nice places to chill in a hammock. People are very friendly!Report Check-In
super nice place with a lot of backpackers. We camped there for 5 USD and had delicious dinner and breakfast for 2,50 each.Report Check-In
big hostel with nice rooms, each with private bathroom with hot shower. dinner and breakfast are included in the 15 USD pp. free coffee and hot chocolat (we think so) as they didn't ask any money for it (yet?).Report Check-In
Best Hostal in Ecuador I found yet. After cold and windy day of cycling I got hot showers, heated (!) room, nice dinner (soup, main and dessert- all very tasty). Breakfast is a little to early (7-9a.m.), but very good (eggs, tomatoes, bread, marmelade, cheese, yogurt and fruit salad) - coffee and tea is available all day - $15 for single room including breakfast &dinner. Nice, wood heated common areaS. Wifi works well in the morning.Report Check-In
parking in the parking lot, good overnight stop especially if you want to hike the Quilatoa Trail. We left our Van here for one night. Very safe as they close the gate after sunset. The owners are very welcoming and friendly and help for whatever you might need. We paid 5$ pP and if you want to have dinner ( incl. soup, main cause and dessert) you only pay 3$ pP.Report Check-In
This place is a bit rustic, but it does have some nice creature comforts. Hot showers (sometimes, wifi, and large common areas. A great place to meet backpackers. We paid $18 for dinner and breakfast for 2 adults and 1 child. Camping was $5 per adult.Report Check-In
Arrived to find a huge bus in the driveway. They have overflow parking just on the back side of the hostel. Good food. Hot shower!Report Check-In
Very nice hostal and friendly owner. Camping in the parking lot, max two cars. Clean bathrooms with hot showers. Good restaurant. We paid 5 USD pP per night. 3 USD for dinner and breakfast. At laguna Quilotoa it is very chilly and windy, we therefore prefered to stay here.Report Check-In
Parking in the courtyard of the hostal. Very friendly staff and hot showers. Free wifi, dinner and breakfast for 3 Dollars each. Cost: $5 per person. No height restriction (the entrance gate is more than 4 meters high) but big trucks will only fit, if there aren't too many other cars in the lot.Report Check-In
- 5 USD per person
- camping in the yard of a hostel (fits about two smaller vehicles, max three)
- hot showers
- slow wifi
- common room with a wood stove
- pool, table tennis, etc.
- the road to/from Laguna Quilitoa was being paved in March 2014, expect delays in the coming months (we had to wait for about two hours at one point)
Parking on the parking lot of the Cloud Forrest Hostal. Nice surrounding and a really chill-out place.
Price:10 USDReport Check-In
Price per night includes a set breakfast and dinner. Internet was not available, but there were signs for it, so it may have just been offline while we were there. Restaurant also sells fresh bread and lunches upon request. Hard to miss this place as you drive the Quilotoa Loop counterclockwise into Chugchilan on the right-hand side of the road.Report Check-In
Camping in the parking lot in front of the hostel. Hot showers, clean toilets. With wood stove heated lounge, equipped with TV / video combination and many films, table tennis, billiards. Book Exchange 2 for 1.
Good place to stay for the Quilotoa Loop and the Laguna Quilotoa.Report Check-In