Hotel Oro Verde
Smart, well-situated hotel with spacious and luxurious rooms, exemplary levels of service and a wide range of facilities.
Situated in the heart of Guayaquil's modern commercial and banking area, not far from the international airport, the smart, business-like Hotel Oro Verde is ideally placed to take advantage of the city's main attractions including the impressive malecón.
Still considered by many to be the best hotel in town, the Oro Verde works hard to maintain its pre-eminent position. All rooms and suites are spacious and immaculate, with a neutral decorative style, and service is exemplary. Facilities include an outdoor swimming pool, fitness centre, bar and four restaurants ranging from the informal El Patio, with its barbeques and buffets, to Le Gourmet with its grand piano and air of bonhomie.
What our clients say
Dramatic hotel! Excellent in all waysJK, Sheffield
"For a large hotel, it was very good - clean and helpful. It was in a good location as we didn't have long there before we were off to the airport so it was excellent for our purpose. Breakfast was amazing! Every choice under the sun! Dinner was either available in a very 'upmarket french restaurant or a fondue Swiss restaurant - that would be my only criticism as we didn't feel like either and it was quite a walk to another restaurant. Service was great - a porter came up to our room to weigh our baggage for the flight to the Galápagos."RJ, Kenilworth
"Modern 5 star business / tourist hotel that met all expectations."PT, London
Spacious rooms, courteous staff, great breakfasts! A little tired-looking and a longish walk from central areas.JG, Sevenoaks
Hotel was a bit business like and the rooms a bit drab although comfortable. The food in the gourmet restaurant although expensive (for Ecuador standards) was outstanding.
Hotel Oro Verde, which we have been to before, earlier this year, is a really excellent place to stay - charming staff, great food, good airport shuttle service and fantastic location. It is hard to imagine anywhere better to stay in Guayaquil.RL, London
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