Hampton Inn by Hilton Guayaquil-Downtown
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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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Arrived in Guayaquil at 1:30am and to our amazement, were waved through customs despite carrying numerous packets of suspicious powders for Lyndis' shakes :)
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... listen to music. For me they would be invaluable on flights, where I always struggle to listen to movies with the noise of the engines, the air conditioning and the screaming kids! Sadly the shop only sold the Apple compatible version, so we left empty handed and headed to the airport.
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