This hotel is quaint & cute, but overpriced for what it offers. The room we were given was very nice, but it had frustrating drawbacks. The bathroom sink water was not potable (a little creepy), so a spigoted water container was provided by the sink. Toilet paper was not to be put into the toilet, but into the trash (yuch!). The pool was a bit cold & not heated. A refrigerator was not provided, nor was there an ice bucket or ice machine.
But, by far, our biggest disappointment was the internet service, advertised as free high speed wifi, including in the rooms. In the public areas, the wifi sign-in was touchy & often failed, internet service was very slow & patchy, and, our biggest complaint, the wifi did not work at all in our third floor (walk-up) room, and we were finally told, the second day, that it never worked on that level. To use the weak internet there was, you had to sit in a hot & humid first-floor lounge. After a five-day cruise without internet, this additional two nights of poor/no service was extremely annoying, as we had business matters which needed attention.
At $191 a night plus tax (coming to $233 a night with their steep taxes), this hotel disappointed us. I had wanted to change hotels a few days prior to our stay in Puerto Ayora, but this hotel gives no refund unless you cancel over a month in advance, unlike most others on hotels.com, which you can usually cancel only 1-2 days in advance.