Eco Resort Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEco Resort Inn Paramaribo
This is a nice spot. It is tied to an adjoining property so you can you some facilities at a higher end venue. The rooms were fine. The a/c was good. The buffet was more than ample, including an omelette chef. The restaurant was a nice surprise: try the bang bang fish! Saving the best for last, a five minute walk has you at Fort Zeelandia, part of the World Heritage Site area of Paramaribo.
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Needed the alarm clock today as only 4.5H sleep. Ablutions and a bit of computer time before Omar summoned me to reception.
Brekkie options were decent. Any place that offers a fresh omelet is fine by me. The bacon was also good. The java seemed a bit weak. Also had some lemon-type juice, meats and cheeses. The place seemed to be mainly …
Up by 0615, tending to ablutions and getting some computer time in before brekkie. Similar options were on hand but I did tend to favour the bacon [along with the ubiquitous omelette]. Pauline d/n like people who are late, holding up the group.
A surprise that our tour today was with Jurgen, a happy reunion. Today is a national holiday for …
Got up at 0615 for ablutions. Big surprise no hot water outside. Some was at least available in the dining area before our 0700 walk. Everything in the room had a bit of a damp feel; welcome to the rain forest.
Jordan took us for a perimeter walk around the island. What handful of details can I recall? There was the distinct shape of the …
... and famous for its Sunday morning bird-song competitions.
The mix of cultures certainly provided a rewarding culinary experience including many hearty Creole dishes washed down with a few Parbos and a chicken roti at 10am on our way out to the plantations...
In true Dutch fashion, we rented a couple of back-pedal-brake bicycles for a day. We explored the banks of the Commewijne River which were lined with old coffee, cacao and cane plantation ...
... we couldn't take many more interviews because all the answers were the same.
Around 14 hrs we were done (waiting) and were quite thirsty. What do you know; no shop in this village. Our logistics manager is quite the explorer. Brilliant man; funny, outdoor, explorer and knows all local birds by local and Latin names. Impeeressive!
Anyway, I was saying he was quite the explorer, so he wanted to drive down to ...