All over Ecuador, you’ll find plenty of suitable accommodation for tourists. Prices can range from as low as 10 USD per night for a cheap hostel bunk bed. All the way up to a presidential suite at the Marriott hotel in Quito. Reasonable accommodation in Ecuador generally will cost around 20$ – 70$ per person per night.
In cities like Quito, Cuenca and Guayaquil, there are plenty of apartments for rent through Airbnb. Outside of the bigger cities in Ecuador, hotels and hostels are often the only option for tourists. Most hotels and hostels, you’ll find online at websites such as booking.
If you go on a (multi-day) tour. Accommodation is generally included. Therefore, you would not need to worry about renting an apartment or booking a hotel. This particularly applies to the Galapagos Islands. Many travelers go on a multi-day cruise. In this case, you will have your own cabin on the boat. If you decide to stay on one of the islands instead, you’ll find plenty of hotels, hostels and Airbnb’s.
South-Trips can help you to find the best apartments for rent, hotels or hostels in Ecuador. However, if you decide to rent an apartment on your own, we’d be happy to give you recommendations as well. Some locations are more suitable than others and we can easily spot whether you’re getting a good deal.