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Ecohabs Tayrona Park

Address: Tayrona Park- entrance of Cañaveral, Santa Marta view map

The ecohabs are the most exclusive accommodation within the Tayrona Park in Santa Marta. These bungalows have been inspired by the indigenous constructions of the ancient Tayrona tribe. They are built aloft so that you can enjoy privileged views of the Caribbean Sea and the rich vegetation of the park. The buildings are based on wood, with high roofs, which are covered with palm leaves, to reach an ideal temperature. These beautiful installations integrate you in the magic of the Tayrona Park.

A great advantage is that you are already within the Tayrona Park and you can walk from Cañaveral to discover the other beaches of the Tayrona Park like Arrecifes, la Piscina and Cabo San Juan del Guía.

Caring For The Customer

The "caring for the customer" rating is an aggregate score for the five parameters we survey (welcome, the service, charm, cleanliness/maintenance and overall experience/value for money. There must be a minimum of 3 traveller ratings we can average before we display a rating for the property. We also age traveller ratings and discard any that are over twelve months old.

Ecohabs Tayrona Park   has an average customer care rating of 4.35 (out of a possible 5). The scores for each parameter are:
  • 4.45
  • 4.30
  • 4.35
  • 4.50
  • 4.15
Traveller Feedback

Mr Thien A.
- Switzerland
on 07 Jul 2013
Mr Lucey E.
- Ireland
on 12 Jun 2013
Mrs Elizabeth L.
- United States
on 18 May 2013
Mr Tanja S.
- Switzerland
on 17 Apr 2013
Mr Gregory R.
- Spain and Canary Islands
on 02 Apr 2013
Good place, nice experience.
Mr gonzalo p.
- Chile
on 19 Mar 2013
Mrs Sebastiao C.
- Portugal
on 04 Mar 2013
Mr Erik M.
- United States
on 23 Feb 2013
Mr Barbara R.
- Chile
on 22 Feb 2013
Mr Nathan H.
- United States
on 18 Feb 2013
Ecohabs staff are fantastic! We are extremely pleased.
Ms Gail M.
- United Kingdom
on 03 Sep 2012
Mr Chris S.
- United Kingdom
on 14 Aug 2012
It must be said that the Ecohabs "hotel" (that's what it is) is very expensive for Colombia in respect of both accommodation and food - it's only outdone in this respect by the best hotels in Cartagena.
However, there's no denying it's a great location, the "rooms" are amazing, and the food is very good. Staff were also friendly and helpful.
Minor things: (1) They could probably do more to help people explore - surprisingly, the hotel doesn't seem to push this aspect as much as they might, though they will make arrangements when asked. (2) The bit of generator noise from somewhere behind our particular Ecohab slightly interfered with the peace and tranquillity of the place (3) probably best to be aware that with the open nature of the accommodation, local creatures (birds? bats? lizards?) tend to leave little "presents" around the room!
Ms Nina H.
- United States
on 01 Apr 2012
Mr Uriel O.
- Argentina
on 13 Feb 2012
Mr Magnus K.
- Germany
on 03 Jan 2012
Ms Rosana M.
- Brazil
on 22 Nov 2011
The hot water wasn´t working. Nobody told us that, and when we asked about it, we simply got the answer: "yes, it´s not working", without any apologies nor effort to solve the problem. When I stay in a cheap place, I don´t expect it to be comfortable, but for 205 dolars a night I didn´t thing I would have to take a cold shower.
Mrs Lynn H.
- United States
on 28 Sep 2011
The Ecohabs are very nice but also very expensive. While I don't regret staying there in any way, I don't think that it was worth the money and there are probably other resorts that are all-inclusive that are more luxurious or afforable than the Ecohabs. The Ecohabs are probably nicer than other resorts because you get a lot of privacy.

We loved our stay at the Ecohabs but had left accidentally left one important item in our room. It was a little difficult to get connected to the hotel front desk but once we did, we were able to locate our item.
Mr Colin D.
- United Kingdom
on 12 Feb 2011
Mr Martin G.
- Switzerland
on 02 Feb 2011
The view is absolutely great from all de ecohabs, what is missing is a good light at night for reading.
As well you have to be prepared to find some small insects in your room - well it is really in the jungle.
Mr Ethan D.
- United States
on 29 Jan 2011
We stayed in the cabanas at Arrecifes. I would recommend the cabins for groups of 4 or 5 (families) because there were 2 beds upstairs and 2 beds downstairs. It is a bit expensive for just a couple, but the only other option is camping or renting a hammock.

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