Park Inn® by Radisson, the upper midscale hotel brand that delivers stress-free experiences, good food and upbeat environments, is proud to announce the opening of Park Inn by Radisson Quito, Ecuador following an extensive $4.5 million renovation, which included upgrades and a fresh new design throughout the entire hotel. Guests can enjoy the hotel’s excellent location near the popular Zona Rosa section of the city at Reina Victoria Avenue and Calama. This places guests within walking distance of the upscale shopping, restaurants and nightlife at Foch Square, in addition to the city’s fast-growing financial and business districts.
“We are thrilled to re-introduce one of our excellent brands in the great city of Quito, while exemplifying our growth strategy for Latin America,” said Frances Gonzalez, vice president of Operations for Radisson Hotel Group in Latin America. “This fantastic hotel embraces what the Park Inn by Radisson brand is all about with its vibrant colors, unique design and amenities, along with the dedicated staff that provides our ‘Happiness Guarantee.'”
The hotel features 55 guest rooms and suites. Guests have access to an onsite fitness center, business center and free Wi-Fi, as well as access to nearby public transportation. The hotel also features two onsite meeting spaces ideal for breakout sessions or social gatherings. Before heading out for the day, guests are welcome to stop by the lobby for a complimentary breakfast. The hotel’s onsite restaurant, LP’s and Grill, features international cuisine, along with a full bar and live music on select nights. Room service is also available.
“We are delighted to bring the Park Inn by Radisson brand to Quito,” said Alejandro Bonilla, the hotel’s general manager. “Our hotel’s great location in the center of one of the city’s most dynamic areas combined with our warm hospitality and variety of amenities is sure to create a loyal following of guests.”
“It is an honor to open the doors of this hotel following a $4.5 million investment to renovate the property, which will also positively impact Quito,” said Juan Carlos Galindo, CEO of oxoHotel, the hotel’s operator. “We are proud of the hotel’s modern and fresh design that allows guests to feel comfortable as soon as they walk in the door.”