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Featuring a garden and a patio, Hotel Europa offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and cable TV in central Alausi. Laundry and luggage storage services are provided. The train station is 984 feet away.
great location, the staff were very accommodating, it is a unique hotel with a lot of charm…oh and there was secured parking on site
Featuring a garden, Mi Margarita Chalets offers accommodations in Alausí. Private parking is available on site at this sustainable property.
I love the idea of chalets in de center. It's cosy and yet very modern and well executed. Everything is spotless, the room is spacious and has a nice sitting area. Great location. Nextdoor is a cafetaria of the same owners that does amazing breakfasts that are very affordable. Friendly and caring staff.
An outdoor swimming pool surrounded by gardens and hammocks can be enjoyed in Huigra, 1640 feet from the train station and 656 feet from Panama Cascade. Wi-Fi is free.
The location was very difficult to find, we were travelling from Cuenca and the roads were completely blocked with landslides. We thought we were booking a place in Alausi, but it is located in Huigra.
Cabañas Samay Mágico features city views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Huigra. There's a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and free toiletries.
Perfect stay on the way to Alausi. Very friendly owners. Both dinner and breakfast freshly prepared - it was just delicious. Whole hotel area is wonderful, just some bungalows in beautiful garden, perfect place for evening relax. They've got small shop - beer and some basic products are available.
Offering a restaurant, Chuza Longa Home is located 0.9 mi from Guamote town center and 1969 feet from Guamote River. It features a fireplace and free WiFi access in all areas.
Irma and Diego are very friendly hosts. Our room with the warm fluffy sheets was private and the shared bathroom was very nice. We normally stay away from shared bathrooms but it was not a problem. Nice room upstairs to hang out and play cards. Breakfast was wonderful. Walking distance to everything. The recommended day trip on a local bus to Guano was a highlight for us. We went to the city museum and met Baltizar -The last iceman. We had watched his video on YouTube so we were happily surprised to meet him in person. Irma also recommend Anita's Hornado restaurant. It was very good and a wonderful local experience.
Hostal Flor de los Ángeles is offering accommodations in Guamote. There's a terrace and guests can use free WiFi and free private parking. At the hotel, all rooms have a closet.
The room I had was spacious and the bed was quite comfortable. When I asked for an extra blanket, I got one immediately. Guests could take hot or cold water from the machine to make tea or coffee. The bathroom was also roomy. The main market was just across the street, so it was extremely convenient. I came for the big Thursday market, which was spread all over town and the market for large animals was a bit too far to walk. The woman at the reception was friendly and was able to lug my suitcase up the stairs. Good WiFi reception.
I loved the restaurante in town. EL Mesón del Tren! The owners Lorena & Diego were attentive, friendly, and spent time with us during dinner. Lorena cooked for us a great meal as we requested! It's an old Spanish style restaurante that takes your breath away and the Food is incredible! Alausi can be a bit of a maze to drive around. But the second day, we were pro's!!!
It's a nice little town with a nice spirit . Hiking is great along the nariz del diablo train route - great views. Here you can also see a lot of indigenous ecuatorian people, especially on sundays at the indigenous market. If you want to sleep make sure you pick the right hotel because dogs and roosters are really loud here late at the night and early in the morning and many hotels have no soundproofing at all.
Alausi is a very safe and small town. You can easily walk everywhere in the main town. There are ATMs and lots of restaurants. Two to three days is a good time to explore the town and take the train ride.
Authentic town with cobblestone streets, lots of small restaurants nestled in the mountains. Large indigenous population with artisans and local fare. We were there for the Devils Nose Train ride which did not disappoint. Lots of hiking options for mountain views. Breathtaking scenery.
Alausi is a very peaceful, friendly little town. The focus is the old train parked in town, ready for its regular trips up to El Nariz del Diablo. The streets are all up and down, except for the main treelined boulevard. There are a number of beautifully painted murals around town. We enjoyed grilled meat from the street vendors, as well as a delicious meal in restaurant Tikal. Alausi is a worthwhile destination, even without going on the train.
I spent two nights in Aluasi-- including Sunday, which was "Market Day". It was very un-touristy! Most tourists come just for a day to take the train and leave! The atmosphere in the city is very authentic and exciting! Lots of cheap vegetable, fruit and bread (and other consumer goods) all around the city. The old market and new market are both interesting, and you get a real look at life in the city! The city is very walkable!
I was better then expected. Simple rooms but spacious. Breakfast was ok. Parking our car was super....inside the premises. The hotel was top central located. Just in the middle of the main street. The famous Nariz del Diablo train wasn't running but stille we had a good day in Alausi walking the streets and a part of the railroad. It was just a stop on our way south but liked it. No tourists and only local indigenas !
Hostel and rooms has been clean and well maintained; modern bathrooms; comfortable mattresses; the City Alausi itself. It's really a nice and quiet place and definitly worth it to spend a few days.
10 minutes walk to the center of Alausi! Awesome spot and unique views of the surrounding Andeans mountains! Staff was super helpful! Beautiful short hike around the farm! Great place!
Great little chalets, thoughtfully designed and very centrally located on a pretty street just a few steps from everywhere worth visiting in Alausí.