Land of the Sun Hotel & Spa was recently purchased and completely refurbished. There are 14 rooms (each with private bathrooms) and a large Suite for two people. (Please see information under Basics)
It is a 180 year old Spanish masterpiece and has hosted such dignitaries as Rafael Correa, the President of Ecuador, and the Ms. Ecuador pageant.
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Land of the Sun Hotel & Spa was built in 1834 and has all the charm of the era with all the modern amenities of today.
No other hotel in this area has a sauna and massage room to pamper their guests, along with a masseuse on call 24/7.
This hotel is regularly visited by past guests just to show their companions the Spanish architecture including the arched doorways and outdoor courtyard with dining for 24 under umbrellas for the sun or the rain. There is also seating for 50 in both the inside dining room and the lecture hall.
In addition we have the Fireplace Room for formal occasions and just plain relaxation. The guests can be served on fine china with gold goblets with champagne flutes to match; perfect for formal get togethers.
FREE FULL BREAKFAST
FREE INTERNATIONAL CALLING
FREE SAFE IN EVERY ROOM
FREE WALK IN CLOSETS IN MOST ROOMS
FREE SAUNA (3RD FLOOR END OF THE WALKWAY)
FREE ONE HOUR MASSAGE WITH EVERY 3 NITE STAY
MASSUSE ON CALL
LAUNDRY SERVICE AVAILABLE
ROSES IN ROOM WITH ADVANCE RESERVATION
CHECK OUT TIME: 12:00 NOON
LATE CHECK OUT:1:00 (URL HIDDEN) LATER, OR YOU
WILL BE CHARGED
Interaction with guests
THIS IS A SMOKE FREE ENVIRONMENT
ANYONE SMOKING IN THEIR ROOM WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE
Other things to note
The most walked street of downtown is affectionately called “leather street”. That’s not it’s official name but leather goods is what nearly every store on the street sells. Cotacachi is well known for it’s leather goods. You can find bags of all sizes and colors, boots, shoes, jackets, ponchos, pants, etc, etc. There are a couple of stores that also carry saddles and tack for horses and chaps, whips and spurs for the riders. Many stores have the workshop in the back and you can meet the person who makes the things in the store.
At one end of leather street is the market and the bus depot. At the market you can find fresh fruits, veggies, and flowers every day of the week.
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