The central Unipark is a smart business-like mid range hotel opposite Guayaquil's unique Parque de los Iguanas.
A short walk from both the Plaza de la Administration - adorned with statues, fountains and impressive architecture - and the Malecon 2000 beach promenade, the Unipark Hotel sits opposite the Parque de las Iguanas (yes, there are plenty of these laconic creatures wandering around) right in the centre of Guayaquil’s lively commercial district.
This business-like, mid-range property’s smart, modern guest rooms include contemporary, marble-fitted bathrooms, queen or king size beds and views across the city. With two separate dining rooms you can savour either Ecuadorian-fused international cuisine or Japanese gastronomy, whilst the buffet breakfast offers a high quality choice. With efficient room service, warm hospitality and additional amenities including events salons and a gym with whirlpool and sauna the hotel offers reliable service to both business-people and travellers.
What our clients say
Two parts: Seeing cotopaxi and the surrounding area for the first time, and stepping off the boat onto floreana and having to avoid sea lions and iguana, magical.HT, Conwy
We had a wonderful time…we thought the guides we had were among the best we have known anywhere; we went for the Galapagos and would admit to mainland Ecuador being a bit of an “add on”, but we thought it was fabulous and would return-Quito was so much better than we expectedPW, Lambeth
Probably the Tren Crucero (was the top experience) but too many highlights to mention.SB, Cambourne
Ecuador is perhaps a most underrated country for a great visitor experience. The people are great and helpful and, for anyone with an interest in the natural world, there is so much variety to see and enjoy.IB, Kendal
We had a wonderful holiday to Quito and Galapagos with Journey Latin America. We just wish it had been longer!HS, W4
We had a wonderful time… we thought the guides we had were among the best we have known anywhere; we went for the Galápagos and would admit to mainland Ecuador being a bit of an “add on”, but we thought it was fabulous and would return - Quito was so much better than we expected.PW, Lambeth
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