The Santa Cruz Divers Lodge began construction in 2008 and was completed in 2010. Its design is known as "galapagoenian design", because its walls and floor were constructed from native lava rock taken from the island. The tiles all around the public areas are recycled ceramic artwork depicting sharks, rays, and dolphins. The gardens and Jacuzzi are available to maximize your comfort and relaxation. Every corner of the hotel reflects the love and affection of the "galapagoenian" style.
The lodge consists of 9 rooms, some of which stand out from the volcanic rock details of the islands. They all have a private bathroom, hot water, hair dryer, safety box, air conditioning, cable TV, amenities, mini bar, wireless internet access, and laundry service. Five of the rooms have a beautiful view to the garden and Jacuzzi.
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