An easy and efficient way to find an apartment to rent in Quito, Ecuador, is to look on the Internet. Numerous Web-based companies specialize in finding long- and short-term apartment rentals throughout the world, and their websites provide information on dozens of apartments currently for rent in Quito. TripAdvisor and other apartment rental sites allow apartment-seekers to reserve properties, work out pricing and other details, and pay for the rental entirely online.
As of early December 2015, Sublet.com had 29 listings for apartment rentals in Quito, including a 2-bedroom, 1 bath apartment near downtown Quito that was listed for $300 a month or $18 a day. The apartment included such amenities as Wi-Fi, flat screen TV, cable and laundry. All utilities were included in the rent.
Also in December 2015, Airbnb had listings for more than 300 apartments and rooms for rent in Quito, with prices beginning as low as $14 a night for a two-bedroom apartment. A 936-square-foot, one-bedroom, top-floor loft in a Swiss-style villa was listed at $85 per night.
During the same time period, TripAdvisor, a company that specializes in apartment and vacation rentals, listed more than 150 houses and apartments for rent in Quito, ranging in price from $10 to $325 per night.