Cuenca Hotels

Hotels, resorts, and vacation rentals homes - your guide to accommodations while traveling in Cuenca.
Hotel Oro Verde Cuenca is located in Cuenca, Ecuador. It has comfy, modern rooms and several good restaurants.
Staying at the Hotel Victoria, when you leave your hotel you’ll immediately find yourself in the loveliest neighborhood in Cuenca. Rooms here face either a historic street or the Río Tomebamba, the idyllic river that drew the Inca to settle here many years ago.
Many of the 70 rooms at Hotel Presidente look out over Cuenca’s renowned historical district. This hotel has some of the best views of the city.
Located near the center of Cuenca, Hotel Morenica del Rosario is a boutique hotel with 16 beautifully decorated guest rooms. With the city’s most renowned attractions a few steps from your door, staying at Hotel Morenica will help ensure you don’t miss any of Cuenca’s treasures.
Hotel El Dorado is located near the main square in Cuenca. The rooms here are modern and well appointed, and breakfast is included.
Hotel El Conquistador is located in Cuenca, Ecuador. Guests of this hotel are treated to well appointed rooms and a tasty breakfast buffet.
Hotel Cuenca is a large hotel with spacious rooms. Built in the 1940s, this hotel has has a classic look that embodies the historic appeal of downtown Cuenca.
Hotel Casa de Las Rosas is a lovely bed & breakfast in Cuenca. The hotel is small and has nice rooms and inviting common areas.
Hotel Carvallo is a historic home, built in the late 19th century and recently transformed into a boutique hotel. Its will serve as a charming home base for your exploration of historic Cuenca.
Hotel Boutique Santa Lucia is centrally located in Cuenca. This hotel is utterly charming and has a delicious restaurant.
Hotel Boutique Los Balcones is set within a restored colonial building in the heart of Cuenca. The hotel is charming and has good food and a friendly staff.
Hotel Vieja Mansion is replete with antiques, there to remind visitors of Cuenca’s rich history. This restored, 20th-century building sits on Calle Larga, Cuenca’s oldest road and a relic of the time the Inca ruled this city.
Staying at this ranch, you’ll get the best of both the city and country in Ecuador. Hacienda Caballo Compana offers its guests 28 acres (11 ha) of pastoral beauty, a short distance from downtown Cuenca.