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Oro Verde Hotel
Located an 8-minute drive from the airport, within walking distance of popular tourist attractions, entertainment and shopping, and cultural and historical sites
Where European Service Meets Warm Ecuadorian Hospitality
In the Hotel Oro Verde in Guayaquil a Timeless- European Service is promised and the ultimate comfort is offered to you.E-mail usUSA: 1 877 4367512Contact us
Services and Facilities
- High-Speed wireless Internet access throughout the entire hotel
- Business Center (Monday through Friday 7 AM to 11:30 PM and Saturdays from 8 AM to 3:30 PM)
- State-of-the-art Fitness Room (equipped with a full range of the latest cardio-vascular exercise equipment as well as free-weights)
- Spa (open every day from 6:30 AM to 10 PM)
- Turkish bath
- Swimming Pool
- On-site beauty parlor
- Full-service travel agency
- Ecua Arte shop featuring Ecuadorean arts and crafts
- Private Parking with 24-hour Security
- Dry Cleaning and Laundry Services
- Complimentary Airport Transfers
The Hotel Oro Verde in Guayaquil features 230 beautiful guest room accommodations, 28 business tower suites, 5 sumptuous club floor suites, including 1 Oro Verde suite and 1 Presidential Suite, all generously proportioned and furnished in an elegant residential style.
Discerning travelers will be pleased to find all the amenities they have come to expect of a luxury hotel:
- Supremely comfortable beds
- In-room safe
- Cable TV
- Reading light over the bed
- Hair dryer
- Multi-line telephones
- Functional desk
- Natural light
- Fitness Center
- El Malecon 2000: Is the most important civic-touristic-commercial center of South America
- Mercado Artesanal: Is the largest artisan market in the city. Its many vendors sell indigenous crafts, jewelry, paintings, and more!
- La Rotonda: A monument commemorating the historical meeting between Simon Bolivar, the liberator, and Jose de San Martín, which determined the formation of the great Colombia (integrated by Venezuela, Colombia, and Ecuador) and the farewell of San Martín, who would leave the continent after that.
- Barrio Las Peñas, where the city was founded, was actually rebuilt and painted bright colors where most of Guayaquil's colonial buildings are.
- Church of Santo Domingo: It is the oldest church in the city. Its original construction dates from 1548, but had to be restored 390 years later.
- Parque Bolivar: It is the botanical garden of the city and it has less than a century of existence. In it´s green areas and pools, you can find turtles and iguanas that are used to being in contact with the public.
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Rate per person in double room. Includes: Taxes and breakfast
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