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Located close to the bus and airline terminals.
Hostal Macaw offers customized and cozy service along with a sample of Coastal culture.
Hostal Macaw is a new and incredibly comfortable hotel a short taxi ride away from all the facilities and tourist attractions of Guayaquil. This quiet, clean and friendly oasis is located conveniently close to the bus and airline terminals, and is also two blocks from a large shopping center.
This hotel is a work of love, designed, built and decorated by the owners and managed with the skill of a five-star Swiss resort. The owners of the hotel are very welcoming and can help you plan what to see and do in Guayaquil.E-mail usUSA: 1 877 4367512Contact us
Services and Facilities
- Pleasant areas for relaxing in a comfortable and familiar atmosphere
- Typical Coastal food
- Free internet
- Remote controlled air conditioner
- Flat screen TV
- Use of environmentally-friendly biodegradable products
The hotel has capacity for:
- 26 people in normal accommodation
- Up to 31 guests in multiple accommodations
- 13 standard rooms
- 5 rooms with full bed + twin
- 8 rooms with twin or king-size beds
- All the rooms are for non smokers
Rooms are equipped with:
- Private bathroom
- Hot water
- Air conditioning
- Hair dryer
Enjoy Guayaquil and the special daily tours service to visit the city and its surroundings.
- The Malecon Simón Bolivar, a long park beside the Guayas with shops, an IMAX theater, gardens, and a beautiful view of both the river and downtown.
- The Malecon del Salado, located next to the Estero Salado (an estuary of sea water), where you can enjoy fresh air and wonderful sunsets, with restaurants offering typical food.
- Museums (Museo Municipal, Museo Nahim Isaias, MAAC and Presley Northon Museum are located in the center of the downtown)
- Santa Ana & El Carmen hills – you can see almost the whole city from here. You can walk up the 400 odd steps to the top from the Malecon Simón Bolivar. There is a lighthouse, museum, small chapel and park at the top. Along the stairs, vendors sell water, ice cream and other snacks.
- Las Peñas, where the city was founded, was actually rebuilt and painted bright colors where most of Guayaquil's colonial buildings are.
- Parque de las Iguanas, home to hundreds of tame iguanas, fish in a pond, black squirrels and turtles
- The Central Bank Building has several giant paintings on the outside of the building
- Mercado Artesanal, where you can buy some very cheap souvenirs from all regions of Ecuador
Prices under request
Rate per person in double room. Includes: Taxes and breakfast
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