The perfect location of
Hotel del Parque in Guayaquil
Guayaquil is now known as the home of the most gregarious and fun-loving Ecuadorians, it is a melting pot of European and Latin American cultures. Samborondón, the exclusive neighborhood where the Hotel del Parque is located, is a residential and commercial area of the wealthiest class in the city. Our location also makes us the perfect portal for those who travel to the Galapagos Islands.
Close to the airport and popular attractions
The Hotel del Parque is located just ten minutes from the José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport in Guayaquil, which means that as soon as you land you are already in a tropical paradise.
Here, you are in the ideal location for easy access to tourist attractions such as the colorful Las Peñas neighborhood, the Guayaquil Metropolitan Cathedral, Santay Island, and the Anthropological and Contemporary Art Museum.
When you are ready to venture outside the privacy of our hotel, there is so much to see and do. The colonial city of Cuenca, the impressive “Avenida de los Volcanes”, the rides aboard a historic train, or the unspoilt beaches of the “Ruta del Sol” along the Pacific Coast are all nearby. Equally close and incredible is the biodiversity of the Amazon that stretches east of the Andes.
Feel free to ask one of our staff experts about the best way to travel anywhere, or about any of the attractions listed here.
Las Peñas, 6.4 km – Local neighborhood with a unique architectural style, known for its colorful, narrow and cobbled streets, and for its romantic and bohemian atmosphere.
Malecón 2000, 7 km – A beautiful riverfront walk past green areas and modern shops.
Museo Del Bombero, 7.3 km – This museum has historical importance since Guayaquil has been affected in the past by several fires that destroyed the city on several occasions. The museum honors the heroes who helped those in need.
Iglesia San Francisco, 7.4 km – A sacred site and one of the symbols of the Catholic faith.
Parque Centenario, 7.5 km – A place that follows the traditional architectural lines of the sacred forests of classical Greece, this area has several attractions, including monuments that are surrounded by beautiful gardens.
Parque de las Iguanas / Seminario Park, 7.7 km – Parque Seminario entertains visitors with iguanas that look like dinosaurs and that hang from the trees.
Isla Santay, 10.6 km – This island is accessible on foot or by bicycle. Its mangrove environment is testament to the island’s constant relationship with the river and our waterfowl habitat.
Jardín Botánico, 16.3 km – These botanical gardens have approximately 324 species of plants that can be observed in their natural habitat, as well as wood trees, fruit trees, and ornamental and exotic plants.
Museo Antropológico y de Arte Contemporáneo – The modern MAAC houses an excellent collection of pre-Columbian pieces and videos that show the artistic techniques of the first settlements.
Museo del Cacao y Chocolate, 600 m – located within the Historical Park.
Teatro Sanchez Aguilar, 650m – Theater that holds concerts and entertainment for visitors.
Museo El Fortín Del Cerro Santa Ana, 5.9 km – An open-air museum displaying 21 preserved objects dating from the 16th century and others from the modern era to the 20th century.
Museo De Los Equipos Del Astillero, 6.2 km – The museum pays tribute to the two most popular soccer teams in Guayaquil, Sporting Club de Barcelona and Emelec, Ecuador’s biggest rivals!