For those who want the chance to marvel at the wildlife of the Galapagos, the seals, the penguins, dolphins and more and to explore the marine reserve – one of the seven underwater wonders of the world – to be active and adventurous and at one with nature, Pikaia Lodge on the island of Santa Cruz is definitely the place to be….
Holiday resort information
All rooms make maximum use of natural light and have optimal cross ventilation and thermal insulation. There is air conditioning and ventilation. Rooms have 40’ 3D,HD, LED TVs and DVD plus mini bar. Bathrooms are spacious and beautifully designed with Peruvian travertine marble.
Terrace RoomThere are six terrace rooms situated on the ground floor of an adjacent block to the main building. Each room has huge floor to ceiling windows and furnishings are purposefully in neutral colours to maximise the drama of the magnificent view and the splendour of nature’s colours.
With 61 sq m the rooms have bamboo wood floors so they are kind to bare feet. There is a choice of a king size bed or two Queens and there is an attractive living area with soft armchairs, coffee table and rug. The spacious bathroom has two under counter vanity basins, a shower area and bath. Outside there is a private shaded terrace with comfortable furniture.
Balcony RoomThere are six beautiful balcony rooms situated on the first floor with floor to ceiling panoramic windows and large balconies offering breathtaking views. The balcony room is 61 sq m and is contemporarily decorated in neutral shades with one king size or two Queen beds. The sizeable bathroom is elegant and dominated by the wonderful views from its window.
Pool SuiteAbsolutely fabulous is the best way to describe the Pool Suite as there is a beautiful private plunge pool on the shaded terrace as well as comfortable furniture for just relaxing and soaking in the magnificent views across to Sante Fe. Inside the 74 sq m room there is a king size bed and sofa bed, living area and fine looking bathroom.
In the hotel garden there is an attractive gazebo with outside lounge and in the garden corner an ornamental fire pit where logs are burning at sunset and it is a very special place to be at this special time of day...
The RestaurantThe cuisine for the dinner menu is a fusion of Peruvian and Ecuadorian and the dishes are creatively presented by the dynamic team of Chefs. Fresh vegetables and fruits are locally grown and the meat is organic, fish is always ‘catch of the day’ from local fishermen. There is a walk in wine cellar where guests can choose the wine to accompany their meal and the wines are the very best South American ones including excellent Malbecs, Chardonnays and Carménères from Chile.