Oro Verde Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
TripAdvisor Reviews Oro Verde Hotel Manta
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... we had had since we left home. Time to skype and catch up. We set up times for skype calls. We were at the beach but to be honest, not really a swimming or surfing beach and it was incredibly steep so going for a casual walk was not applicable. We tendered to find comfort by reading and catching up on lost television time.
... lining vessel, but was so jealous when he heard that the captain had gotten an invite aboard, saying "Why didn't I get an invite". Of interest is that we are at the equator and the water temperature is only around 19-20 degrees whereas in the Atlantic off South Carolina the water was an incredible 29 degrees due to the warm Gulf Stream. According to Mick the colder water here holds more nutrients coming up from the Southern Hemisphere winter. As ...
... for my first American chain food in six weeks. On the way back I chatted with the driver, practicing my Spanish while he practiced his English. In the morning the owner and his wife made a big delicious breakfast and I was off to the airport for the quick flight to Quito. A quick good stay, and I recommend La Victoria if you find yourself in ...
... a mall. But it was not to be. The hotel we considered did not want to give us a room with a "vista del mar" so we said "adios" and went to find another place.
It was so worth the wait because we ended the day in paradise. What a beautiful location we found in the village of Canoa. Our room was huge, with a balcony facing directly over Palm trees and a lush poolscape, to view the Pacific. Wow.
Immediately upon our arrival ...
... but we did check it out. In November sometime, they are offering three days and two nights for $100.00. We saw on TripAdvisor that their rooms normally go for $138.00 per night.
To flag down a yellow taxi from the street was absolutely not a problem. (In Guayaquil, one should never flag down a taxi). We took several each and every day, as they only cost $1.00, sometimes $1.50 to $2.00 depending on distance. None of them were crazy drivers. And, on at least ...