Hampton Inn by Hilton Guayaquil-Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn by Hilton Guayaquil-Downtown
Very centrally located and convenient. Comfortable rooms, friendly and polite staff, breakfasts. provided in the tariff offered a good variety of options. Suited our needs.
Would suggest requesting a room to the rear as traffic can be noisy at night.
Think 3.5 stars is where it would sit but option not available.
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Sunday 4 Oct - I should have researched blogs and practised on one before this trip - have spent some time on this entry and still have no idea how it's going to turn out so will publish it as is. Our morning tour of Guayaquil with guide Jorge was a mix of walking and driving. Walking from our hotel we passed a large group of locals outside a …
A quick recap of our arrival at Guayaquil almost 24 hours after leaving Sydney at 11.30am on Saturday 3 October. Margot had completed her coast to coast walk of England (300 kms) and was meeting me in Santiago after an overnight stay in Madrid. I landed at 11.00am and Margot's flight got in a few hours earlier. We had multiple plans for contacting …
0700 wake up, vacate room by 0800 for slide show of cruise at 0830 before disembarking at 0930 on Baltra Island for our 1250 flight to Guayaquil, Ecuador's largest and most populated city. We arrived at 1440 and were met by our guide and escorted to our hotel where we had the remainder of the afternoon to ourselves. We went for a little wander …
We flew 1 hr 50 minutes back to the mainland, taxied to hotel, dropped our bags and ran up 164 stairs to the Guayaquil Statue of Jesus above the city. Then we also climed 444 stairs to summit the El Faro Lighthouse above the city through the Las Penas district. Thatīs 608 stairs! Along the way we attracted a few teen agers, who appeared to be too …
... large with many stain glass windows although a lot less
ornate than the churches in Quito. We then found the post office to try and get
stamps for our postcards after the debacle of our attempts on Galapagos. For
some reason the cost was a dollar more than Quito which meant it cost $3.75
each: 10 times the cost of the cards!! Lost in translation happened at a nearby
coffee shop where I thought I was ordering what looked ...