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!

    Reviewed Mar 6, 2015
    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

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    Travel Blogs from Banos

    From Downpours to Sun

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Apr 01, 2015

    36 photos

    We all slept very well during our second night in the Amazon..that is until around 5:30am. We were all roused from our sleep when we heard the steadily growing sound of what sounded like an earthquake. It was still dark and I was disoriented, so I could not make out what I was hearing or from where it was coming. Just as I was getting out of bed to …

    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 …

    Day 18: Between a Rock and a Wet Place

    A travel blog entry by gregros on Aug 14, 2015

    4 photos

    ... rocks is a reality, but unfortunately it was too late to get out of it! The first waterfall was about 18 meters and we abseiled down it normally. I found it hard to lean back and trust that the harness would hold me, but it was actually good fun once I relaxed. The next one was about the same size and we started to abseil, but then half way down we grabbed hold of our safety rope and zip-lined the rest of the way down. For the third waterfall which was about 30 metres, I had to ...

    Day 135

    A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Jun 16, 2015

    1 photo

    ... gauged what it would be like, but unfortunately we weren't given that luxury. I had to go first and was bricking it. I’ll put my hand up to do most of these things but I still find them terrifying. As I stood on the top of the ledge and looked down I was thinking ‘Why am I doing this’. I got down for a minute to regroup and then on my second attempt I jumped. Well it was kind of a half jump and a half push ...


    A travel blog entry by helen_rae on May 18, 2015

    3 photos

    ... on a different mountain - a 3-4 hour round trip!!! Given that it was humid, hot and really really steep I'm pretty sure Helen hated me! Oh well. After reaching the bottom, after 800ish stairs down we headed for the thermal baths. We opted for the ones in town where there was a muy muy caliente bath (about 45 degrees), a media caliente (38 ish degrees) and a bloody frio and I mean freezing! It was compulsory to wear swimming hats so after enquiring as to whether we could ...