Casa de Romero Bed and Breakfast puts guests a short walk from the banks of the Guayas River, where you’ll find the famous Malecón boardwalk. This B&B offers nine guest rooms in what used to be a typical downtown building. If you’re looking to experience Guayaquil’s urban charms, this B&B will make you feel part of the cosmopolitan bustle.
The Malecón is a charming waterfront as well as a busy place to do some people-watching and shopping. It’s also where you’ll find some of the city’s most popular restaurants. A city tour might take you to the artsy neighborhood of Las Peñas, which was restored after many years of disrepair. Many visitors to this part of Ecuador also plan day-trips to Salinas, a whale watching hotspot.
Rooms here come with balconies or windows overlooking the busy street below. They’re comfortably furnished and offer plenty of local character. Guest rooms come furnished with cable TV.
Wi-Fi is available in the cozy communal living room, and each floor of the B&B has a computer where guests can access the internet. There’s also a shared kitchen where guests can prepare their own meals, and a breakfast included in your stay. Inquire after the safety deposit box at the reception desk for any valuables that you want kept especially safe and feel free to make use of the luggage storage after you check out. You can also help yourself to the on-site washer and dryer.
1 Double bed
- Trevor S.
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