Homestay

Experience “Full spanish immersion”
with an Ecuadorian Family!

Our homestays provide you with reinforcement of what you have learned during the day, in a family-like atmosphere. Living with an Ecuadorian family is perhaps one of the nicest ways to learn Spanish and to get to know the culture of Ecuador.

Our families are carefully screened to ensure a comfortable environment in which to live while attending our school. All families reside in short walking distance or bus ride away, in quiet and safe residential sectors of the city. The families, like you, look forward to meeting someone from a different culture.

Try it and you will find it one of the most rewarding experiences! You get a very comfortable and private bedroom, three meals per day (breakfast, lunch and dinner), laundry service, and the opportunity to learn about our customs and improve your Spanish.

Any particular needs, be it dietary, rooming arrangements (for couples or singles), private bathroom, or non-smoking environment, we have a suitable family for you.

Other Accommodation

Special Arrangements

If such arrangements do not meet your requirements, we could arrange you stay in apartments, hostels, hotels and other budget arrangements.

All arrangements are possible with at least four-weeks notice, in order to find something that meets your particular needs. Our staff are more than willing to help you in locating accommodations or at least in making recommendations in order to facilitate your stay in Quito and Ecuador.

If you would like to have another kind of accommodation in Quito (not homestay), we can help you making your reservation in the following options in Quito:

  • Hostels
  • Hotels
  • Apartments

Ask for more information and prices!

Contact

Phone:  (+593) (2) 2548223

WhatsApp: +593 9 83280302
+593 9 83211923

Email: info@spanishclasses.net

Skype: amazonas.education

LOCATION

Address:
Jorge Washington E4-59 and Amazonas Ave.
Building Rocafuerte, Washington Tower, 3rd floor
Quito, EC.

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