Mar 24, 2019 - Mar 25, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Guayaquil is a port city in Ecuador and serves as the gateway to the Pacific Ocean beaches and the Galapagos Islands. With some tall buildings giving the town a big-city feeling, it's the riverfront town square that tourists flock to. Las Penas is the downtown area that houses a rising theater, film, and arts scene, joined by vibrant bars and some nearby large universities.
You can spend under $100 a night and find a nice, three-star, cheap hotel in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Check out the Skyscanner site to help you choose a hotel that's within your budget. Some choices for a safe, cheap hotel in Guayaquil that place you within a mile of the center of town include:
If you wish to stay in the center of Guayaquil but are used to having a bit more luxury at a hotel, consider these more upscale accommodations:
20 yrs has taken for this city to transform from a connection hub to a tourist spot. Well worth exploring Guayaquil on your next adventure. Summertime can be grueling hot best weather is July to Nov. Food is amazing if in a restaurant or a food cart. My favorite dish Arroz con menestra y carne asada nothing more than rice lentils and bbq beef but the flavor is out of this world
Guayaquil is the largest city in Ecuador and definitely feels that way. It can often be a passing through point due to its hub status.
Wasn't in the city for long, just passing through on my way down to the beach and back up into the mountains.
While Quito is the capital of Ecuador, Guayaquil is Ecuador's largest city, and it's financial capital. Also, unlike landlocked Quito, Guayaquil is a seaport town.