Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Amazon All InclusivePosted Aug 30, 2013
Pros: The staff really tries to help you to get the most out of your stay by encouraging you to participate in the different tours and trips.
Cons: WiFi is not ideal, but then again this is the Amazon.
Location: There are a lot of activities to do in the vicinity of the hotel.
With its constant activities and tours the Ecopark offers you a nice way to get to know the Amazon in a short period of time. In the 4 days we stayed in the resort the staff kept us busy with entertaining trips. Food and facilities are fine. In general a nice place of a short stay in the Amazon.
for Everyoneby Yianni from Athens, Greece
The closest to jungle a "white collar" can getPosted Apr 15, 2013
Location: Relaxing,mild, safe and peaceful.
This is the closest to Manaus very old and overused mild jungle lodge if you just want to see how does it look like to sleep overnight in the Amazon Rainforest. Once you get there you have the feeling of being far away from civilization although there is electricity and socializing between the guests in the lobby. Another good thing is that there is no tv in the rooms and the place is quiet, safe and peaceful in general terms. There are moskitos so one must use repelants. Two or three days are enough and acomodation plus meals plus drinks plus excursions plus souvenirs plus transfers will cost you more or less 700-800 brazilian reais per person each day.The very bad thing is the coordination of the transfers in and out of the hotel and there is certain confusion because the operations office is in Rio de Janeiro and the hotel is outside Manaus so confusion with the coordination is not uncomon. It happened to me too when I got there so one must make the arrangements withbthe hotel ahead of time. The personell was very polite and friendly with everyone.
for Everyoneby chiksie from San Francisco
Good ambiance, pleasing setting, ok tours.Posted Mar 18, 2013
Pros: Rustic Ambiance
Cons: Tours were a bit hyped/ overpriced
Location: Good location that still felt like a jungle, although only 20 mins by boat.
I went with my parents - so didn't want to get too adventurous. This hotel, was not too far from Manaus city, and yet gave us a good flavor of jungle living, without compromising too much on urban comforts. We found the cottages quite pleasing, the setting lush, with a couple of birds that lived there. We enjoyed our stay and the tours we took from the hotel. We also enjoyed the camaraderie with the other tourists and you get to know them all after a tour together. It felt nice and cozy, comfortable hammocks, decent food, wonderful ambience. Many of the tours actually don't offer much - I would just recommend the meeting of the waters and perhaps the jungle hike and monkey forest.
Not Recommendedby A verified traveler from Bogota Colombia
Not imprrssionPosted Nov 21, 2011
In not ecological at all