In addition to the many ritzy shopping centers in Malécon 2000, you can delve into Guayaquil’s history and culture at the Museo Antropológico y de Arte Contemporaneo. This museum is only a 6-minute walk from the hotel. Other sights in the area include La Rotonda, a monument that features a famous statue of General San Martín and General Bolívar. These two leaders had instrumental roles securing Ecuador’s freedom. When you reach the end of Malécon 2000, you’ll have arrived at Las Peñas, Guayaquil’s lovely historic district. From here, you can make the trip to the top of Cerro Santa Ana, a popular summit overlooking the city. On the way to the top, you’ll pass by a busy craft market with plenty of souvenirs for sale.
When you arrive at Hotel Ramada, the staff will greet you with a welcome cocktail. You can visit the bar and lounge to sample more of the hotel’s drink menu. The lounge’s design scheme incorporates natural textures and layers of neutral colors, to create a calm and comfortable shared space. There are several event rooms of varying sizes – let the staff know if you’re interested in arranging a meeting or an event.
For breakfast, help yourself to the hotel’s ample buffet. The most important meal of the day is included in your room rate. When you’re ready to sample Guayaquil’s cuisine, you’ll find some of the area’s most popular restaurants just minutes from your accommodations.
Rooms at Hotel Ramada have air conditioning, an important detail in Guayaquil’s tropical climate. The private bathrooms are equipped with hair dryers. You’ll also find a safety deposit box for storing valuables. There’s a cable TV included in every room.
Hotel Ramada is 100% non-smoking. You’ll have access to Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, as well as in your room. Be sure to get in some poolside relaxation, and feel free to bring a snack or a cocktail from the lounge. Guests are also invited to unwind in the steamy hotel sauna.