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This hotel has the history of the Angermeyers, among the first settlers in Santa Cruz. It's right on the waterfront and you see the yachts and cruise boats that dot the bay. My room was bright and cheery.. The food was terrific, as was the...More
We stayed here 3 nights during our Galapagos holiday and wished it could be more. The warm welcome, excellent staff service and delicious breakfasts and dinners plus the location on the water away from the hussle and bussle of Santa Cruz yet just 70c to...More
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Response from Sune A, Owner at Angermeyer Waterfront InnResponded 11 July 2017
Thank you very much for taking the time to leave your feedback. It's very much appreciated.
I'm happy to hear you enjoyed your stay with us. I will make sure to pass on your kind words to the staff.
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Transport: You cannot get here by road. To get to the Angermyer resort you’ll stop at the water taxi pier from downtown. It costs 80 cents per person during the day and $1 at night. When you walk on the pier, it’s the first dock...More
Reserve a waterfront table! We saw stingrays, sharks, and turtles while enjoying our dinner. The food was very good. We had seafood pasta medley. The mojitos were awesome! My husband also had a blue footed booby which tasted quite like a pina colada.
We stayed three nights at the Angemeyer and were very pleased.
The Mockingbird room was great for a family of four and very quiet.
The restaurant is beautiful and set next to the water overlooking the harbour. Lots of fish swimming to look at.
I assume it is no smoking. I don't smoke so I didn't pay attention to any signage. However, I didn't see anyone smoking during the 5 days I stayed there--inside or outside. In fact, In a two and a half week period in... More
I assume it is no smoking. I don't smoke so I didn't pay attention to any signage. However, I didn't see anyone smoking during the 5 days I stayed there--inside or outside. In fact, In a two and a half week period in Ecuador, I think I saw only three people smoking at all.