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Ocean Blue Hotel, Crucita Manabi
3 stars

Data of interest

  • Double room:$ 50 USD
  • Triple room::$ 50 USD
  • Quadruple room:$ 60 USD
  • Taxes and services:Not included
  • Breakfast:Not included
  • Transportation:Not included
  • Sector:South
  • Address:Los Arenales street 69 and Carretero
  • Capacity:120 people
  • Rooms: 36 rooms
  • Restaurant:Available
  • Wireless Internet:Not Available
  • Parking:Available
  • Gym:Not available
  • Meetings room:Available
  • Business center:Available
  • Laundry:Available
  • Phone:Available
  • Safety boxes:Not Available

 

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Information of Ocean Blue Hotel

Ocean Blue Hotel is located in a strategic point Crucita beach in the province of Manabi. Directly on a magnificent beach of gray sand, turquoise sea and gentle breeze caressing the palms. The hotel staff is committed to on your vacation can really rest in the midst of a unique and unrepeatable and enjoy the Ecuadorian coast.

It is a company dedicated to hotel service with a warm style, surrounded by natural beauty and exotic adorned with the sunset holding its sunrises and sunsets.

Accommodation:

Ocean Blue Hotel can accommodate 120 people. All rooms are beautifully decorated and equipped with air conditioning, TV and dresser. Besides the double rooms has a refrigerator, bathrobe and DVD.

Also in the Ocean Blue Hotel restaurant you can taste the exquisite cuisine manabita the best seafood.

Ocean Blue Hotel, Crucita Manabi

 

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