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Our bedrooms have:

- comfortable orthopaedic mattresses with 100% pure ecuadorean woven cotton sheets and anti-allergenic blankets 

- good sized private bathroom and a toilet you can flush toilet paper in (a rarity in Ecuador!) 

- plenty of storage (draws and/or shelves) in each room

- natural light with outside windows (no internal rooms) and minimalist, yet beautiful, decoration

 

We have a number of room configurations to suit your needs.

 

single - 1 person $31 (bottom or 2nd floor)

junior twin - 2 people $50   (1 matrimonial bed, 1 twin bed - bottom floor) 

standard twin - 2 people $54   (1 large bed, 1 twin bed - 2nd or 3rd floor) 

junior matrimonial - 2 people $50   (matrimonial bed - bottom floor) 

standard matrimonial - 2 people $54   (queen bed - 2nd or 3rd floor)

superior matrimonial - 2 people $66  (king or queen bed, private balcony with hammock - 2nd floor)

junior triple - 3 people $66   (2 beds - 1 matrimonial bed (to share), 1 twin bed - bottom floor or 3rd floor) 

standard triple - 3 people $78   (3 separate beds - 2nd or 3rd floor) 

family - 4 people $96 or 5 people $115  (queen bed, twin bed and twin bunk - 2nd or 3rd floor) 

 

* all prices are $us per room per night      

* kids 0-4 years stay for free, 5 - 11 years, $12 (if sharing same room with adults)

* minimum 2 night stay

* add $4 per person on ecuadorean holidays

* breakfast and taxes included in price            

* weekly and monthly ECO accommodation discounts available (the longer you stay, the less travel impact you make) 

* 10% ECO discount for those bicycling or walking as their main mode of travelling around the country/continent