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Set in Cumbayá, 6.2 mi from Quito, Casa Magnolia views of the mountain. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property and private parking is available on site. Casa Magnolia and the owner Carola was fabulous! She answred all my questions about the area, and very much made me feel like I was at home! I can’t wait to visit again!
Offering a terrace and views of the mountains, Villa ilalo is set between Cumbayá and Tumbaco. The center of Quito is 9.3 mi away. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property. Liked Everything. It’s quiet, feels like a mountain retreat, speckles clean, and in close proximity to everything you need while not being right in the center of it all. Staff is very caring and family like. Great place!
With a garden and a fitness center, La Aldea Bed & Breakfast is located in Cumbayá and provides free WiFi. It is a great place to stay, the owner Monica was wonderful, walking distance to Cumbaya center of town, but about 45 minutes to Quito historical area by taxi. If you are going to Cumbaya it is definitely a great place to stay.
Located in Cumbayá, La Primavera Apart Hotel has free WiFi, and guests can enjoy free bikes, a garden and a fitness center. There's a seating and/or dining area in some units. Personal owner’s attention, Ronnie and servers ...cleanness decoration tranquillity of the location
Located 3.7 mi from Quito, Balcones de Cumbayá features a terrace. San Francisco University is located 5 minutes walking from the property and the main square where a variety of restaurants and... Daniela was really sweet and kind. She was very relaxed and accommodating and super helpful in helping you get situated. Overall, this was a good place to spend the night before moving onto Quito.
I have family in Cumbaya so it was pretty easy knowing where to start. Definitely try the local food by the bowling alley, delicious! Don't try driving unless you know someone. Public transportation is pretty straight forward and cheap. Always carry change on you and 5 or 10 dollar bills because the local food spots have a hard time giving change for big bills.