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Establishment located in Av . Charles Darwin cross Hernan Melville St. Diagonal to eco-tourist dock in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, San Cristobal Island , Galapagos. We focus on the nautical-sport tourist as diving, snorkeling, surfing, SUP, kayaking, eco-fishing ... because we have the...
I stayed there for 4 days, the staff is great, breakfast outstanding, rate perfect. You are close to everything.
Thank you very much for everything!!!
Erick who rent kayaks next door is a very cool guy.
It's not really the best place to stay in San Cristobal although it's right on the dock. There are others that are better in the same location. The staff was very helpful though. Special mention to Max who was extremely helpful. The hotel is really...More
We looked out our window to the busy harbor and stepped out to watch seals, pelicans and black marine iguanas. The rooms are nothing fancy, but clean. The owners and staff are very nice and the breakfast is good. It is a friendly place in...More
We made the mistake of booking this hotel online. The basic room for two was $90 without tax (through booking.com), but when we were sitting downstairs in the lobby the owner told a walk-in traveler that the same room was only $60. Imagine my shock...More
The hosts were nice and very welcoming. The location is great. The entrance and lobby is very dark and basic. The room was a “deluxe” with a good view. Just really basic amenities not super. The bathroom was miniature. Reasonable value for the money but...More
Response from LaZayapa | Property representative |
Of course, yes, we are located in the best area of the malecon where you can find the tourist agencies for excursions and activities. We will send an email so you can make your reservation.
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"Get a room facing the ocean. I got one that looked out into the backyard and onto a rooftop."