Ratings based on 13 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Close to Guayaquil airportPosted Sep 5, 2014
Cons: Lack of hot water in shower
The hotel was clean. I never figured out the hot water, so took cold shower. Don't know if there wasn't any hot water or I didn't wait long enough for it to be hot. Hotel staff not very friendly. Breakfast was scrambled egg w/ white toast and coffee. Milk for coffee was curdled. We paid $66. The hotel didn't have our reservation, so I was glad to have reservation printed out from internet. The cost of rooms at the desk was slightly higher. It was not worth the $66.00 paid, but it was not bad.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Jeff from Denver
Posted Mar 8, 2014 on Hotels.com
Good clean rooms close to airport, not alot of dining choices, but the staff very friendly and helpful
for Business Travelersby Romel Tintin from Quito Ecuador
They still have to improve a lotPosted Mar 5, 2014 on Hotels.com
When I arrived I was informed that they changed me to other Hostal whitout prior advice, because Muralli Hostal Guayaquil has no vacancy, though I had confirmed my reservation. They offered free breakfast but I have to return paying taxi the next morning, because the other Hostal have no restaurant. One positive thing: they returned me one lost thing I remain at the room. They still have to improve a lot to give good quality of service to customers.
for Everyoneby Jean from Olympia, WA
Good location close to airport and bus terminal.Posted Jan 22, 2014
Pros: Big rooms and good location
Location: didn't do anything but go to the store to buy some snack. It was raining and we were only there as a stopover from Galapagos to Cuenca.
The staff were friendly and the room was spacious compared to other hostels we have stayed in. The bathroom was also large and everything seemed clean. The breakfast was also good. There was a man sort of hanging out there that apparently was a taxi driver, and when we were ready to leave in the morning, he took us to the van company to catch our ride to Cuenca. When we arrived at the desk of the van company my husband realized that he had dropped his wallet in the taxi. The lady at the desk called back to Murali and told them the story. Within 5 minutes the driver was back to us with the wallet, all contents intact. We were very lucky he hadn't had a fare after us, but we felt very fortunate to have encountered such an honest person after what we had read about taxi drivers in Guayaquil.
for Everyoneby Charlie & Terry from Samborondon
Good Location Close to Airport & ShoppingPosted Aug 10, 2013
We chose the for its relatively low cost, its convenient location and available amenities such as wi-fi and a refrigerator. It was a pleasant surprise to find the staff very friendly, kind, accommodating and helpful. When we needed photocopies, scans and printouts of various documents they were happy to provide them at no cost. When we need a driver and interpreter to look for a rental house, they knew just the guy to call. Nice new bath and very clean. Great wood doors and wood touches. Lovely place. All in all, it turned out to be a great choice for us.
for Everyoneby Charles from San Francisco, CA, USA
Clean, well maintained hotel near the airportPosted Apr 14, 2013
Pros: Free Internet available in the lobby. Free, five-minute calls to the US/Canada.
Cons: Need to pay for the entire stay when checking in
Location: Very well-located, near Av. Las Americas and about one kilometre from the Airport.
While nothing luxurious, this is a clean, secure hotel to stay at and the hotel staff is helpful and kind. In addition, it is relatively reasonable and is not far from the airport. Also, the Bus Rapid Transit terminal (Rio Daule) is about 10-15 minutes on foot and buses go from there to the downtown for only US0.25.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Feb 18, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel staff was very helpful regarding getting a cab, a place to eat, and changing money. And the breakfast was very nice. However, there was no restaurant as the website stated. It was very hard to find because there was no hotel sign nor were there a lot of street signs in the area; our driver spent over 30 minutes trying to find the hotel.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Bonnie
Great hostal for airport conveniencePosted Jan 30, 2013 on Hotels.com
Very hospitable. Took our bags to our room for us. Nice breakfast in the morning and easy access to the airport. Secure in neighborhood setting.
for Getaway With Friendsby Jeremy
Friendly service and very convenient to the airporPosted Jul 13, 2012 on Hotels.com
We stayed one night at the Murali Hostal in Guayaquil, Ecuador on our way to the Galapagos. Our flight got in late in the evening and our next flight was at 10:00 the next morning so we wanted a place very close to the airport where we could crash for the night. You could probably walk to the Hostal from the airport but we had big bags and it was 11:00PM so we took a taxi. The cab ride lasted all of 2 minutes and only cost a couple of dollars. We were greeted by the friendly staff and taken to our room which was upstairs on the third floor. It had a double bed with a private bathroom and shower. The bed and bathroom were clean and functional; just remember that this is a hostel and the accomodations will be barebone. We got a good nights sleep and were given a complimentery breakfast in the morning of juice, coffee, toast and eggs. There was a taxi driver hanging out in the lobby who was able to take us to the airport. I would recommend this hostel to anyone else looking for a place to stay near the airport in Guayaquil.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Close to airport, good breakfastPosted Jun 8, 2012 on Hotels.com