Had a three night stay as part of our two week trip to Ecuador. Our guides were very knowledgeable, pleasant and professional. We stayed off site from the main house at a two bedroom lodge. Simply beautiful, cozy and private. Meals were excellent.
Sachatamia Lodge (and the reserve in which it's located) was the primary destination and highlight of our recent trip to Ecuador. Each of the two couples in our group stayed in a "bungalow superior" and found the accomodations comfortable and clean. Decent nature observation…
It used to be a great place to stay but on our last family visit, the service and specially the rooms and other areas have deteriorated and show a lack of maintenance and care. Furthermore, there is no accessibility to older people. It is a safety concern. Food is fairly good.
The hummingbirds were amazing. The room was peaceful and quiet. The staff were very friendly. I wish they had screens on the windows so you could open them at night. Information or a map of the property would have been to nice to have had in the room. (Or some basic info…
The Lodge is set in magnificent grounds, full of trees and feeders from which hummingbirds and tanagers among others flit and display. The view across to the mountains is lovely. We stayed three nights and stayed in Room 1 in the main lodge. It is at the top of the main building…
"Bungalows Superior" are great options"
"Ask for a room in the main lodge; otherwise, you stay in cabanas that require you to walk a trail to get to them."
"Check the cabanas for damp!"
"Stay in the cabins not on the main house, cabins are much much nicer...."
"Cabins 6, 7, 8 and 9 are the best for their location, inmersed in the forest."