Airkeep | Luggage Storage Network in Latin America

Visiting Quito and you don't know what to do with your luggage?


If you have to do a long stopover or if you have already checked out where you were staying, the fact of having to travel around a city carrying your luggage does not allow you to enjoy your trip as you should. You will take longer having to carry the weight of the suitcases and also for the space they occupy, making it difficult for you to travel through popular tourist places.

At Airkeep we have a network of keepairs with which you can store your luggage in Quito. Our keepairs are hotels, hostels, cafes, shops and restaurants, perfect for you to leave your luggage and enjoy carefree.

How to store luggage with Airkeep?

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Step 1

Find and choose the best place for you
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Step 2

Store your bags in our network of hotels and local stores in Quito. Quote, book and pay online!
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Step 3

Drop your your luggage with our keepairs
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Step 4

Keep traveling without unnecessary weight!
Each Airkeep's booking has an insured of US$ 200 per luggage

How much cost store your luggage with Airkeep?

Precios
1 day US $7 by item per day
2 a 13 days US $5 by item per day
13 a 30 days US $65 by item
+30 days US $2,20 by item per day

Quito


Quito is the capital of Ecuador. It was declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. This because it has the best preserved colonial architecture in Latin America. It is also the most globalized city in Ecuador. Its heritage ranges from historic streets such as the Historic Quarter of Quito, which is the largest in South America, religious sites, monasteries, museums, restaurants, and art. The temperature in the city varies approximately between 9 ° C and 25 ° C during the year

Quito offers you a colonial, modern and even bohemian experience that can be enjoyed by anyone of any age. You can visit parks and places with breathtaking views of nature, local markets and shops, try exquisite national and international dishes, shop in modern malls and take advantage of the nightlife.

What to visit in Quito?

  • Quito's Historic center
  • Huecas gastronómicas del Centro Histórico
  • Ciudad Mitad del mundo
  • Teleférico
  • El Panecillo
  • La Capilla del Hombre
  • Botanical garden
  • Museo de Sitio La Florida
  • Catedral Metropolitana
  • Plaza de la Independencia de Quito
  • Convento de San Francisco
  • Basílica del Voto Nacional
  • Iglesia de la Compañía de Jesús
  • Calle García Moreno
  • Calle La Ronda

Where to stay in Quito?

If you prefer to stay in a colonial area, the Historic Center is the ideal place to do so. This is the heart of the city and you can find cultural activities, theaters, museums, churches, among others. On the other hand, if you want a more lively and modern experience, it is recommended to stay between La Carolina Park to El Ejido Park, where you can find different hotels and hostels in the most lucid areas of the city surrounded by nightlife, gastronomy of all kind and fun activities. Here is a list of the best sectors to stay in the city:

Where to store luggage in Quito?

Tips to facilitate your stay in Quito

What currency is used in Quito?
The currency in Ecuador is the United States Dollar. If you travel with other currencies such as euros, reales, soles or bolivianos, for example, you can exchange them at exchange houses and banks.
What plugs (eletricity) are used in Quito?
Ecuador's plugs are compatible with A and B type plugs. Common voltage is 120V with a frequency of 60Hz. You can use electronic equipment in Ecuador if the standard voltage in your own country is between 100V-127V.
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How to move in Quito?

Quito's Mariscal Sucre International Airport is approximately 45 kilometers from the Historic Center. This transfer could take between 45 minutes and 1 hour, depending on the traffic, the route taken and the means of transport you choose. At the airport you can opt for the yellow taxis that drive to anywhere in the city. Likewise, you can use transports such as Uber and Cabify that are available to reach any destination. These options can cost between $ 20 and $ 35 USD.

Another option can be the public bus, either from the SOTRANOR Consortium that connects the airport with Avenida Río Coca where the Ecovía Metropolitan Transportation System is used to get to the city center. On the other hand, COSIBO buses link the Quito Airport with the Quitumbe Interprovincial Terminal to take the Metropolitan Trolleybus Transportation System that connects with the city center. This way of transportation costs around $ 2 USD.

Lastly, aeroservices are a private transportation option that goes from inside the airport to the Old Mariscal Sucre International Airport located in the north of the city. This type of bus leaves every 30 minutes and costs around $ 8 one way.