The owners of Casa Foch Boutique Hotel have been active hosting international study abroad programs for American universities over the past 20 years, and more recently as founding members of Ecominga, a conservation nonprofit that combines education with conservation to save Ecuador’s Amazon and Andean forests. A percentage of your room fee will go to conserve Ecuador’s most vulnerable forests, which hold a high diversity of endemic plant and animal species. If your interests lie in art, culture, education, or conservation, you’ll certainly find kindred spirits in Casa Foch Boutique Hotel. To find out more about how you can become involved in saving Ecuador’s Rain Forests, click here (link to Ecominga).

Casa Foch was built in the 1930s, when residents of the downtown colonial area began moving out into prestigious neighborhoods like La Mariscal. Casa Foch is located on the street Mariscal Foch, which is at the heart of the Mariscal district, Quito’s main tourist area. Casa Foch Boutique Hotel’s recent two-year renovation closely followed the original design of the building, leaving the exterior facade identical to the original and keeping the warmth of the home intact.