Red Mangrove Aventura Lodge
AddressAv. Charles Darwin S/N Y PIiqueros Puerto AyoraSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Nestled in a shady mangrove cove, this charmingly designed red-adobe inn at the northern end of town feels like a secret hideaway. While the standard rooms are suitably comfy, it’s quite a step up to the next level of accommodation in terms of size, luxury and sunniness with its outdoor porches and tiled bathrooms. There's an attractive waterside restaurant, and all manner of day and overnight trips can be arranged.
Our independent authors have visited Red Mangrove Aventura Lodge and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Puerto Ayora.
Description provided by property
Overlooking the Ocean, Red Mangrove Aventura Lodge offers stylish accommodation with free Wi-Fi and breakfast in Puerto Ayoras, the largest town in the Galapagos Archipel. A restaurant and a bar are featured. Santa Cruz Island Dock is a 5-minute walk away.
Decorated with stylish furniture, air conditioned rooms at Red Mangrove Aventura Lodge have tiled floors, plasma TVs and seating areas with upholstered armchairs.
A buffet breakfast including bread, yogurt, fruits and eggs is served daily. The restaurant serves a wide variety of international dishes. Drinks can be enjoyed at the bar.
Massage sessions are available and bikes can be rented to explore the island. Excursions can be booked at the tour desk. Charles Darwin Scientific Station is 200 metres away.
Transfers to the continent and to the other islands can be arranged. Red Mangrove Aventura Lodge is a 45 minutes from Baltra Airport on boat.
Services & facilities
- Designated smoking area
- Tour desk
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Bicycle rental
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
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