Hostel Revolution
Los Rios N13-11 y Julio Castro, San Blas, Quito, Quito, Ecuador


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Welcome! Bienvenidos to Hostel Revolution - a friendly, small, chilled Backpacker hostel in the historical part of Quito. Created by Backpackers for Backpackers, who would prefer to stay in the Old Centre of Quito.

Hotel Revolution is a small capacity (24 people) chilled out hostel in the historical part of Quito. HR is in a colonial type house with wooden floors & decorative plaster ceilings. We have a rooftop terrace with great views, ample clean & modern bathrooms and common area/bar to hang out and have a few beers with other guests.

HR is owner operated by Matt and Maria, an Australian/Ecuadorian couple. We provide a comfortable base to visit Quitos best asset - its beautiful Historical Center - and all the main attractions are within 30 minutes walk!. Our location near Alameda park also gives us easy access to the 3 main bus lines, trolley, ecovia and metro.

We have a higher ratio of bathrooms to guests than most other hostels due to our smaller overall capacity. We have several common areas: a TV lounge with 100s of DVDs, Rooftop terrace with tables, foosball, bbq and a great view, a bar/common room with book exchange to have a few beers including daily happy hour.

We also provide a clean, fully equipped kitchen; customised map and information, free internet & Wi-Fi throughout the house, and a non-smoking indoor environment.

La Mariscal area with some cool bars and international restaurants is only 10 minutes by cab or bus (although we think el Centro is way better!)

Important information
Earliest check-in is normally 8.30am and latest is 11.30pm only as we do not have 24 hr reception (we do make exceptions for late arrivals for more than 1 night stay but this needs to confirmed BEFORE booking so we can organise someone to wait for you) only late check-ins confirmed by us are admitted.
* There is some noise from passing traffic
* Luggage store 25c a day
* We are officially within the historical centre of Quito which is quieter at night. (With the exception of La Ronda which is a best kept secret!). If you want to stay where the discos and higher priced restaurants are consider staying in Gringolandia/La Mariscal (but it is only 10 minutes bus/cab ride away if you want to visit)
* Valid passport required by all guests
Volunteer needed

Facilities

  • Adaptors
  • Airport Transfers
  • Bar
  • Book Exchange
  • Breakfast Not Included
  • Cable TV
  • Common Room
  • DVD's
  • Free City Maps
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free WiFi
  • Foosball
  • Hairdryers
  • Hot Showers
  • Housekeeping
  • Internet Access
  • Kitchen
  • Linen Included
  • Lockers
  • Luggage Storage
  • Meeting Room
  • Outdoor Terrace
  • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
  • Tours/Travel Desk
  • Towels for hire

Directions

We are on the corner of Los Rios and Julio Castro. Look for the sign 'Revolution Backpackers' . HR is also on both sides of the balcony.

Getting from the Airport
NEW AIRPORT OPENS FEB 29 2013 options presently taxi around $26 or Aeroservicio bus shutte to Rio Coca station $8, then taxi o ecovia bus to hostel (bus 25c or taxi $6). Travel time airport to hostel aprox 1 to 1.5 hrs (day) or aprox 45 mins (late night) until roads improve

Local Bus
We are one block from the Ecovia bus stop at Alameda Park. The new ecovia has a dedicated lane which allows for quick and cheap transport from the north to the south of Quito (25c) along 6 de deciembre (Mariscal is just 5 minutes away). Also a few minutes walk is the trolley bus system, similar to the ecovia, it runs north to south in quito valley along 10 de Agosto. The Metro Bus, additionally, is very close and runs along Avenida America

National Bus
There are now (from July 2009) TWO main bus terminals in Quito, one in the North (Carcelen) and one in the South (Quitumbe) Quitumbe is just under an hour in the trolley bus to the Alameda stop near the Hostel. You need to take the trolley to El Recreo, and then change bus to get to Alameda. From the Carcelen station, take a bus to La Y trolley stop and then take the trolley to Alameda stop.
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