Hotel Rizzo

Address: Clemente Ballen 319 y Av Chile, Guayaquil, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Rocafuerte area of Guayaquil, is near Malecon 2000, Cerro Santa Ana, Parque Historico Guayaquil, and Playas (General Villamil).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rizzo Guayaquil

    Reviewed by nautijesse

    Hotel Many Issues

    Reviewed Apr 28, 2011
    by (1 review) San Diego , United States Flag of United States

    No wifi, no change for large bills, no English in a hotel with international clients. If you want change to pay your bill they point you to the bank.

    Great location, but understanding the client needs is poorly understood.

    If you want wifi you need to go to the accounting office and share the desk with the accounting land, very nice but crowed and no privacy.

    I can't open my pictures from all my friends,

    Would I stay here again, yes even with the above issues it is near the water and some clubs the I enjoyed, read about one in my blog.

    But understand the problems, and try to keep smiling.

    Nautijesse's over all rating 2.

    The rating system is based on 1-5 five being the best. I live in hotel almost 6 maybe 8 months out of the year, things I look for can be read in the blog Nautijesse;s hotel rating guild.

    Keep searching and enjoy1day.


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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Rizzo Guayaquil

    3.00 of 5 stars Good

    Travel Blogs from Guayaquil

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    A travel blog entry by kerrygally on Jul 31, 2015

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... sunshine and breeze, new friends, sparkling blue water, sunning iguanas, bonfires, shared coconuts and dancing on the beach all night that I reached this serene space of calm and peace. I didn't check my phone or email, and I also didn't spend the days being sad about leaving - I was simply present, enjoying every second of every moment. As I processed with a friend on the phone about my time here, I started to cry describing how happy I was, how carefree and calm ...

    Guayaquil - apparently a dangerous place

    A travel blog entry by sandjtravels on Jun 23, 2015

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    ... town by the guide. We started at the Cathedral and then onto the Parque Bolivar where there are numerous iguanas around the park. Then we walked past the clocktower. Onwards along the waterfront El Malecon towards Las Penas. We walked to a set of steps which led to the lighthouse but we were turned away by the police who were stood on the steps as apparently it was not safe. So we were redirected to a different set of steps up to Fortin del Cerro, a mere 444 ...


    A travel blog entry by lyndisnbob on Jun 13, 2015

    42 photos

    ... his phone for $16 so he could use his translator. However, free WiFi is available almost everywhere.
    By evening of the first day, having avoided a nap to help us sleep that night, I was too tired to eat and Bob went to a local chicken place and ordered a take-away. The girl couldn't understand his Spanish, giggled uncontrollably and ended up getting the manager. Fortunately, he understood and arranged the order. When a bewildered Bob asked her 'Es correcto?' she just ...

    Iguanas in the park

    A travel blog entry by aquest on Nov 29, 2014

    20 photos

    ... buildings. Once checked in we go for a walk along the Malecon and then to the cathedral park.

    The park has a number of huge bronze sculptures wild boars fighting and the highlight is the Iguanas living in the trees.



    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Aug 24, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... regulations on what they can do to them and there is now security on every corner. The people there are still poor but it's getting better for them now that they have the tourists. At the top of the 444 steps there is a small church and light house with views over the river and city. Back at the bottom we treated ourselves to yet another ice cream, it's very warm and humid in Guayaquil so we felt like ...