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Reviewed August 14, 2013

Orilla del Rio ...we were only there for one night and had a very early pick up but...it had a great atmosphere with beautifully laid out patio garden, jacuzzi, soft chairs and sofas, soft contemplative music. The staff were very helpful, organised a taxi for us to visit Plaza Lagos and were very attentive. The food looked great but we wanted to see more of Guayaquil. It would have got excellent but our shower didnt work, no time to mention it we were gone by 4.30 am! Also, they were still building on the next floor up ,which didnt interfere with us but meant there was some scaffolding and a bit of mess on that floor. When its finished it will be great!
Thanks to all staff.
I hope we meet again!

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 26, 2013

We were here for two nights, there was no hot water in the shower in spite of efforts to provide it! Lovely place but poor breakfast service, only one red wine on the wine list and no whites,the dinners offered were ordered out. Too many expensive taxis to town. NOT a boutique hotel. Disappointing.Desk help staff uneven at best.

Stayed: July 2013, traveled with friends
Thank Judith H
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Reviewed July 22, 2013

Quaint boutique hotel (which is what we prefer). Really lovely courtyard for meals or having a glass of wine in the evening (they had excellent wine list!). They had a jacuzzi but we didnt use it but it looked clean and inviting. The hotel is small as it's a converted house and only has 6-7 rooms. Only one room in the attic was a little disappointing as it was very dark and although it was HUGE it was SO sparse and not decorated nicely at all. It also had a tiny ensuite shower room.
They had construction work on but it wasn't disturbing although whenever you wanted hot water you had to call reception to turn it on. However this was only due to the construction work which looked almost finished.
The staff were helpful and friendly. Situated near the lovely Historical Park which was a 5 mins walk. Super safe area with lots of security.
It's not really in Guayquil so relatively far from the action. Taxi's are cheap but they also drive like crazy it Guayquil so you would have to brave them if you want to explore the city more. As we were only there for 1 night this was fine for us.

Room Tip: Check if there is still construction and don't stay in the very top room (i think it was room 6)
  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank Rae_lovestravelling
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Reviewed July 9, 2013

Hotel Orilla del Rio provides you with a home felling with your bedroom on the upper floors, and the kitchen, dining and living room on the first floor. If you are in Guayaquil for business or pleasure, Orilla del Rio offers you an oasis of peace and quiet with top of the line service.

Room Tip: Although the room on the top floor is the most spacious, it does not have space to hang your clothes. I would shoot for any room on the 1st and 2nd floor.
  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled on business
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1  Thank PCA1975
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Reviewed July 7, 2013

Decided to try this bed & breakfast after reading reviews on TripAdvisor. Because there is no elevator, I requested a room on bottom or first floor but was given the one on the top floor so not only had to climb three flights of stairs, had to then go up a very narrow winding staircase (two of the wooden steps are broken and move) to get to the room. The room was nice, the bed comfortable and A/C worked fine.
In the morning we went to breakfast around 8:30 and was surprised to find..no breakfast to speak of. We had to ask for a fresh pot of coffee as the one available was cold and the only food on the 'buffet table' was a few pieces of fruit and cold cereal.
We walked to the close-by Mall del Rio and had some very good coffee, quiche & pastry at the Sweets & Things coffee shop.
Not a bad experience but would not stay there again. For the price they charge I at least thought we would get a good, hot breakfast and not have to go out and pay for one.

Room Tip: Don't know if it would help, I requested a lower floor room only to be put on the top floor and had to climb many stairs. In the morning we had to drag 4 suitcases down the stairs.The spiral stairs that lead to the top floor room are very narrow and rickety and in my opinion not safe.
  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Cece C
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