Hotel La Herradura
Lonely Planet review
An old Spanish home with antiques and artwork brimming from its nooks. The cheaper rooms are smaller with funky old chenille spreads; you’ll find better options upstairs, where the ambience is more airy and contemporary. Look for the upper-level balconies and the two rooms with ocean views.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel La Herradura and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Bahía de Caráquez.
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