Hacienda Manteles

Address: Ecological Route Banos - Patate km. 18.5 (Via Las Antenas), Banos, 0000, Ecuador | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Ecological Route Banos - Patate km. 18.5 (Via Las Antenas), Banos, is near El Cajas National Park (Parque Nacional Cajas), New Cathedral (Catedral de la Immaculada), Central Bank Museum (Museo del Banco Central), and Tungurahua.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHacienda Manteles Banos

      Reviewed by waynepeggy

      A great place to stay with a beautiful view!

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      by (3 reviews) Zelienople , United States Flag of United States

      This was a lovely quaint lodging outside Patate, Ecuador. The new rooms are large with incredible views of the Tungurahua volcano. The open grounds were well manicured and the flowers were beautiful. We even had a beautiful Ecuadorean hummingbird grace us with its presence at breakfast. The main Hacienda is very warm and comfortable. The living room makes you feel right at home. The wine choices were great. Wi-fi is available at the main house. The food for dinner and breakfast was delicious.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hacienda Manteles Banos

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Banos

      Leaving the Amazon rain forest

      A travel blog entry by waynepeggy on Mar 06, 2015

      1 comment, 33 photos

      After a very relaxing afternoon, we enjoyed dinner with friends. Organized our suitcases, closed our account at the resort and hit the bed. About 4am we experienced a Amazon rainforest deluge. It rained very hard and very long. The windows in our room has only screens - no glass - but the roof has such a large overhang that you don't need to worry …

      Actual Cycling & Not Just Rolling Downhill

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Jan 21, 2015

      After a lie in I just rented a bike for $7 and hit the road a little after 9:30am. There are plenty of nearby waterfalls to visit, but so soon after checking out Gatca they seem small fry. Instead I planned to ride the 61km to Puyo (having gotten back google maps says its 63km), which as described in Wikitravel is a mostly downhill jaunty. It's downhill out of Banos at least, but after about 20km it switches into a mix ...

      The Jungle and the Extreme Sports Town

      A travel blog entry by nickandjulie on Nov 16, 2014

      ... being dressed up like Little Red Riding Hood. So, I guess, officially in the Amazon Coops and I are now married – just don’t tell our parents.

      Day two in the Amazon was amazing. We got issued a pair of massive gumboots (or as the poms in our group called them, 'wellies’) and set off into the jungle. We were told not to bring anything as we would be getting very, very wet. And that is exactly what happened – we ...

      Cuenca - Another City at Altitude

      A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Aug 10, 2014

      23 photos

      ... do, and onto the avery. As nice as it was to see the Macaw, Tucan and parrots up close, it was also a little depressing to see them caged up, especially the birds of prey. Up the road from the ruins was a church we had seen earlier in the distance so we decided to check it out. After the church we headed back towards the main plaza to find the Panama hat shop from yesterday but made a quick stop for a hotdog along the way. At the hat shop we both found something ...

      Hello Cuenca, nice to meet up for a night...

      A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Apr 13, 2014

      22 photos

      ... and Kate spotted what they think might have been a condor flying overhead! The journey was typically hair-raising, though, because although the inter-city and inter-provincial roads are very good in Ecuador, the standard of driving is the complete opposite (I think I have mentioned this before) and the driver had to deal with some very tight bends in the road and with driving through clouds as well.

      We arrived in Cuenca in the new town, but walked over to our hostel ...