Ratings based on 86 Verified Reviews
3.9 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
Posted Sep 3, 2017 on Hotels
Hotel staff was not helpful. The tours were expensive and short. Lots of biting mosquitoes, way more than any other spots we were in our Amazon trip.
by A verified traveler from LA
Complete rip offPosted Sep 2, 2017
Going to and from the hotel is an extra 200 RLS which is an extra on top of your hotel charge. The offer limited number of tours - when and if they have enough people. The cost of the tours are 2x that of normal ones you would get else where in manaus. Restaurant and rooms are really filthy, bathroom is really bad especially the shower. No glass windows in the room, only screens on the windows, if you close the shutters you are simply in a box.
Posted May 31, 2017 on Hotels
Great place to stay, away from the city, helps you immerse yourself with the Amazon Jungle.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from J
Nice for first visit in AmazonPosted Oct 4, 2016 on Orbitz
Beautiful a scenery. They had many nice tours available . A bit on the expensive side. Need to update beds for more comfort.
Posted Jul 31, 2016 on Hotels
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Beautiful setting on the Rio NegroPosted Jan 12, 2016
Pros: Excellent location, offers great trips, outstanding guide (Marco).
Cons: The main boat that brings tourists to the Meeting of the waters could be faster.
Location: Jungle trek, fishing trips, swimming w pink dolphins, we booked everything onsite (cheaper that way), not in advance via travel agency or Expda
Has more comfort than expected for a jungle lodge, including AC and showers. Bungalows are small, but the beds are good, windows have nets and shutters. No TVs or WIFI in the room. WIFI at the lobby. Buffet is great w plenty of local fruit, fish and great coffee. A beautiful natural pool from a stream. We arrange the transfers from airport with the lodge, as they can only be reached by boat.
by Fabio from Chivasso
Good to visit to forest. Bathroom to be renewed.Posted Nov 15, 2015 on Hotels
We stayed at this hotel the first week of November and the river in front of the reception (were there is the beach) was completely dry. So the boat for the excurtions and the transfers for/to the airport were leaving us at 15 minutes walk from the hotel. The walk is nice because it is in the forest (it is also safe). The excurtions offered by the hotel were safe and quite convenient (a part of the excurtion to the water meeting point that took the entire day, all the other excurtions were about 60 and 90 minutes). You can write to the hotel to get in advance the price list of the excurtions. The food was good and with enough choice. The room was accetable except for the bathroom that really need a seriuos refurbishment. Overall I recomend this hotel. PS: we were traveling with our baby of 20 months and it was safe for him too and he enjoyed all the excurtions, including swimming with delphins and touching the monkeys.
by Rodrigo from New York
Great place to see the Amazon rivers & forestPosted Sep 13, 2015 on Hotels
The hotel is beautiful and the area extremely nice to experience the Amazon. The staff is great and friendly. The only 2 things that can get better are 1) bedroom - the matresses are a bit hard and the shower curtain need to be longer to avoid the bathroom getting wet and 2) food - food was reasonable but missed more options of fruit
by A verified traveler
Nice time at the Ecopark Lounge!Posted Aug 30, 2015 on Hotels
Great stay! The food was good. The tours were fine. We met a lot of nice people and shared laughs and decent beer! For a hotel in the jungle, I was very satisfied. The room was clean, water warm, and all facilities working. Good choice for those who want a jungle "light" experience!
by Claudia from Santa Barbara
AMAZON LITEPosted Aug 6, 2015 on Hotels
Call this Amazon Lite-- you can still feel the effects of the big city not far away in terms of hearing planes, rock music, TV in the lounge, folks on their devices in the lobby. So if you want the real deal you need to go further. But for me, coming off a Pantanal trip that was hard traveling, I really enjoyed being here and didn't feel deprived as I have travelled Amazon before in Peru. The food here is excellent. Staff super friendly and trying hard to please. Bugs really not a problem since the mosquitos find the acidity of black water not to their liking for egg laying, so it's a blessed relief to get away from Deet and not have to take anti-malarials!!! I hired a guide to canoe me around for birding, and I enjoyed Monkey island enough to go twice. Meeting of the Waters entirely too long of a trip -- 7 hours and you could watch on YouTube. Don't trust the tip box: they give it out once yearly, allegedly. Put the money directly in the hands of those who serve you, and they're so grateful. Be sure to leave your unwanted garments behind -- I always travel planning to leave everything behind and make room for inevitable souvenirs. They'll do your laundry. It's a very comfortable, if busy lodge. Staff is really great.