Wyndham Hotel Guayaquil
Located the banks of the Guayas River this modern hotel is about 15 minutes from both the airport and downtown Guayaquil.
The 179 rooms and suites are equipped with a/c, satellite TV, safety deposit box, and complimentary coffee making facilities. There is complimentary WiFi throughout, and a laundry service is available.
The Rio Grande Restaurant offers a buffet breakfast from 0630 (coffee bar with bread and cakes before 0630), a buffet lunch, and a la carte dinner. The NuMa bar is open from 1600 until late (except Sundays), and 24 hour room service is available.
On the 9th floor rooftop there is a gym, two jacuzzis with a panoramic view of the river, steam bath and sauna, outdoor pool, and two massage rooms (additional cost).
Outside there is a riverside walk which passes around the base of Las Peñas and connects with the Malecon.
There are two restaurants, an outdoor pool and two bars with lounges. Free WiFi in all areas, free airport shuttles, a health club, a poolside bar and a spa tub are on-site. Laundry service is also available.
Explore Guayaquil and its colourful historic houses, the famous lighthouse, art galleries, museums, cafes, bars and restaurants. The hotel is close to Malecon 2000, the well known city boardwalk which is a lovely to take a stroll down at sunset.
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Here is the report on the trip I have just finished, visiting Ecuador and the Galapagos… The [AMAZON RAINFOREST LODGE] is delightful. The rooms are very comfortable with a view over the lagoon spectacular and we woke to the sound of howler monkeys every morning…We spent a couple of nights at [THE CLOUD FOREST LODGE], an extraordinary place with the most amazing accommodation… The atmosphere was terrific and the staff wonderful, food excellent, the ambiance was great.
The [GALAPAGOS CRUISE] was without doubt the highlight of the tour and it is difficult to describe how much pleasure we all got from this leg of the trip. We were accompanied again by an English speaking guide, Franklin Ramirez who was extremely knowledgeable and very good company. We saw a host of wildlife including Sei whales, dolphins, manta rays, hammer-head sharks and all the birds and reptiles one expects to see on these islands. However the impact of seeing them close and seeing such a diversity of habitat on the different islands is simply unbelievable…The crew were excellent, the chef performed wonders in a small galley kitchen and we were all extremely happy with this accommodation.