Apartment for rent from € 85/day in Guayaquil

Name/Address: Modern and beautiful suite
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57sq. m.
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Luxury and executive Suite, near to downtown and north-side of Guayaquil city. A beautiful view of Cerro de Santa Ana's hill and its lighthouse. Fully furnished with central air conditioning, private room, kitchen, laundry and living room. Outside: Pool, jacuzzi, sauna, sun area, gym, karaoke room, and more.

The suite is totally new, there are 57 square meters in which area you'll have a bedroom and living room, breakfast place. It is fully furnished.

The living room has two sofas and one armchairs. There is a table for four and a fully-equipped kitchen with cooking and dining utensils, refrigerator, microwave, and a blender. The apartment does not have cable TV, but It has Internet Service (in actual instaling process). The building has 24/7 security and a public parking garage.

The Riverfront II building is located in one of the most traditional places of Guayaquil. The most interesting things to see in Guayaquil are in the Malecon 2000. The best part of its charms is to stay in the place where you are able to walk and avoid the traffic.

A safe and modern area located near hotels, malls, restaurants, parks, and public transportation.

The modern Suite is located in front of the Malecón, on Puerto Santana's place and close to Las Peñas hill, which is a neighbourhood in the northeast corner of the city centre; is the artistic centre of the city. Many of the area's houses has about 400-year-old and they have been converted into art galleries and several notable artists have studios all around this place.

Typical Guayaquil cuisine includes mostly seafood dishes such as encebollado and ceviche. The most traditional dish of Guayaquil is Arroz con Menestra y Carne Asada (Rice with lentils and grilled beef). Churrasco is also a staple food of Guayaquil.
During breakfast, Patacones and Bolon de Verde (fried plantain with cheese mashed and given a rounded shape) play a big role. Pan de yuca is a typical snack in Guayaquil. Local cuisine is heavily influenced by the diversity of Guayaquil's ethnic groups which includes Italian, Spanish and Eastern African origins.

Finally, here is a sample of the various activities you can get near to this area (Salinas Beach in 1hoo and 40 Mins in a car) :?- Buque Morgan (a perfect replica of most beautiful Captain's Morgan Ships which courses the Rio Guayas river in about 2 hoo). you can visit natural protected parks all on the coast taking the Ruta del Sol which implies a few days of touristic places, beautiful beaches and magical scenaries. 


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