Restored Colonial Property Built by Cuenca's First Governor


Facilities & services

  • Twenty guestrooms
  • Two restaurants
  • Lounge
  • Internet access


  • Explore the city

Found in Cuenca’s charming Old Town is the treasured and historical Hotel Santa Lucia. Built by Cuenca’s first governor in 1859, this colonial gem blends nostalgic elegance with modern-day comforts for a lovely place to stay.

Newly renovated, the rooms and suites feature period furnishings, luxurious fabrics, contemporary amenities and of course bundles of comfort.

Meanwhile dining is well covered with an Italian trattoria based in the central patio for a touch of courtyard dining and INTI serving Ecuadorian cuisine. Breakfast is served each day in the beautiful central courtyard and in the evenings head to the plush bar for cocktails and fine wines.

You are ideally situated here in one of the most beautiful parts of the city, just a few steps from the central plaza in the Old Town and the Immaculate Conception Cathedrals are only a short walk away.

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