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My friend and I stayed in Ayampe for two days and one night before heading on to Montañita, which I would highly recommend if you are looking for somewhere off the beaten path and far more relaxing than Montañita's party scene. That said, there is...More
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Response from Cabañas L, Gerente at La TortugaResponded 6 April 2017
Thak you for your comments.
Greetings from the Tortuga Staff!!
I spent two days in Ayampe with my boyfriend at La Tortuga. The cabins are nice and you get a great night of sleep because it is really quiet and close to the beach. It is however 50 dollars a night and I think that...More
We loved staying right on the beach and looking out at the ocean. The cabanas were simple if not slightly rustic, especially given the price (we paid almost the same price for a cabana that was brand new and had a private kitchen, AC, and...More
Fantastic place with genuine and nice owner and staff. We where meant to stay two nights but ended up with staying ten. Fish market with everything u need nearby in Puerto Lopez and endless surfing possibilitys on the beach.
Just like in the dream of...More
This hotel is very comfortable, and clean with hot water, fan, and has a pool too.
the people are very friendly, is located in front the beach, this is what i love the most.
you can have breakfast here and the restaurant is good, I...More
US$39 - US$80 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I will be traveling to Montanita; however, I want to stay at a quiet beach just outside of Montanita.
Is your hotel walking distance to Montanita city center?
9 February 2015|
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Response from Louisb333 | Reviewed this property |
Like David A. shared, Ayampe is way too far to walk to Montanita, but one wonders why anyone truly would want to spend time in Montanita....if you don't plan to have a car you can always hop on the local bus...very easy.
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"the wifi connection is always better in the open-air restaurant, and the rooms themselves are not that..."