Location: Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos, Ecuador
Address: Av. Charles Darwin and Thomas de Berlanga, Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos 200350 – Ecuador
Solymar Galapagos Hotel is a first class hotel, owned and owned by Galapagueño. It is our pleasure to assist our guests in planning their trip to the Enchanted Islands. If your desires are to enjoy the beautiful beaches of Santa Cruz, swim with sea lions, take a hike up high to see giant turtles or simply relax in front of the sea, you have come to the right place!
We value diversity, therefore our staff is from different places such as Ecuador, Israel and the United States, who contribute to personalize and give an international touch to your stay.
The hotel offers a la carte lunch and dinner service in the restaurant, pool area and in the rooms restaurant. Our chef has prepared a delicious menu based on the fruits of the sea. We offer our guests from the requested Piqueo de Mar, which includes fish, squid and shrimp, to the exquisite Prawns Gratin.
If you prefer something more casual we have some options such as fish and chicken nuggets, the unique Shrimp Burger and the fish, shrimp and mixed Ceviches that are the favorites of the local people.
Our buffet offers a variety of options each day to select such as: fruits, cereals, cheeses, sausages, breads, eggs, pancakes, and a sample of national food (Ecuadorian) with delicious cassava and banana bolones. As for drinks, the buffet includes: fresh juices, coffee, tea, milk and yogurt.
Solymar Galapagos Hotel has an exclusive Oceanfront Bar next to the terrace and pool. The Bar serves the best national and international cocktails and is the perfect place to chat, relax after the adventures in Galapagos and watch the most beautiful sunsets on Santa Cruz Island. Also in the Bar you can order all kinds of snacks and dishes from our restaurant.
Solymar has a pool with an excellent beachfront location that allows you to enjoy the unparalleled landscape of Pelican Bay. Lazy commodes are available for our guests who will be able to coexist with the occasional visitor to the pool, a sea lion that is the protagonist of this Galapagos scene.