Step right onto the beach from your room at the Finch Bay Galapagos Hotel positioned on the south side of Santa Cruz Island in the heart of the Galapagos archipelago. Direct, intimate contact with wildlife is inevitable: we’re surrounded by a protected national park whose feathered and scaly residents like to drop in on us from time to time…
Six Finch Bay Suites all offer direct ocean views with private balconies to provide you with your own space to appreciate this privileged environment. These Galapagos luxury hotel rooms are a fresh, relaxing retreat, where crisp bed linens, stylish interiors and balconies with space to sling a hammock are standard.
Enchanting memories flourish on the Galapagos Islands, the land that inspired Charles Darwin: of exotic and prehistoric-looking creatures within touching distance; of white beaches and extraterrestrial landscapes; of stirring voyages by land and by sea.
Finch Bay, a secluded eco-hotel accessible only by boat. The lodge sits outside Puerto Ayora and overlooks a small, sandy beach surrounded by mangroves, which chirp with the sound of finches from which the hotel takes its name.
The Finch Bay satiates the growing trend for land-based Galapagos exploration; perfect for those that have not found their sea legs or who wish to explore the Galapagos archipelago independently without following the regimented itineraries of a cruise.
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The only beachfront hotel in all Puerto Ayora on Santa Cruz Island, the Finch Bay Eco Hotel delights with seclusion, beautiful natural surroundings, a sun-splashed swimming pool, and fine dining prepared from the freshest ingredients by a Le Cordon Bleu-qualified chef.
Since opening, The Finch Bay has continually led the way in sustainable practices, implementing a number of key energy-saving measures throughout the hotel.
Finch Bay Eco Hotel is a chance for some terrestrial luxury.
Finch Bay, a luxury eco resort that overlooks an idyllic white sandy cove where sea iguanas scurry past sun bathers into the waves.
The Galapagos archipelago is located 1,000 kilometers (621 mi) west of mainland Ecuador, in the Pacific Ocean. Conveniently located in Punta Estrada, Finch Bay Galapagos Hotel is a 5-minute water taxi ride across the bay from Puerto Ayora on the south side of central Santa Cruz Island. It occupies a privileged location next to the only public beach in Puerto Ayora, as it has its own entrance. Find us on this map!
We always encourage guests to consider our transportation services, which take care of all the arrival and departure logistics. If you choose one of our programs, your first day’s itinerary will vary depending on the day of the week, please contact us so we can send you the correct documentation.
Finch bay hotel located near Puerto Ayora combines activities with relaxation to bring an exclusive experience of the Galapagos Islands. As the hotel has direct access to the beach in Santa Cruz, it offers guests a variety of private activities. All our operations are carbon neutral making it an environmentally friendly hotel.
When in Finch Bay Hotel, with a range of private tours and unique activities at your fingertips, you ought to stay for longer than a day or even two. Because we want to help you experience Galapagos at its fullest, we recommend you spend at least four nights in Finch Bay Hotel. That will give you time to see and do as much as possible!
Our Finch Bay Hotel Rooms and Suites offer comfortable interior and exterior spaces that unite guests with the natural and peaceful setting. You can pick between having an ocean view, private balconies, or shared porches with hammocks. See our rates here.
Yes! We have special offers for this year and the next, plus two tour packages that combine the Finch Bay Galapagos experience with two National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World™: Mashpi Lodge and Casa Gangotena.
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