Eco Resort Inn

A statuesque former colonial townhouse with plenty of period features, situated in the capital of Suriname

Eco Resort Inn

The lovely Eco Resort Inn is a statuesque former colonial townhouse with plenty of period features, situated in the capital of Suriname, Paramaribo. The building has been thoughtfully renovated and rooms have environmentally friendly features such as natural bathroom cosmetics. The hotel has been awarded the Travel Life Gold Award for sustainability because of its green policies.

There is a selection of room types available including 72 standard, 48 riverside and a further 2 executive rooms. All have air- conditioning, comfortable beds, wide windows and private bathrooms.

Facilities include a swimming pool and decking area with bar service, gift shop laundry service, 24 hour desk service and restaurant.

Guests are also entitled to the facilities of the Torarica Hotel and Casino which include fitness and aerobics centres, tennis court, sauna, swimming pool, massage, hair and beauty parlours, children’s play area and gardens.

The Bougainville Terrace restaurant offers delicious European and Suriname regional dishes as a buffet. There is also a bar and breakfast hut at the back of the hotel and seating area surrounded by the attractive gardens to enjoy.

Facilities

Restaurant, breakfast bar, swimming pool with sun loungers and bar service, laundry service, gift shop, 24 hour desk service,

Optional Activities

Guests of the hotel can use facilities at the nearby Torarica Hotel and Casino, including a fitness center, sauna, tennis court, and massage, hair and beauty parlours.

Number of rooms

122

Air Conditioning

No

Swimming Pool

Yes

Ian Loyd
Area Specialist

Request a room facing the river.

If you have any queries about this accommodation please feel free to call me directly on +44 (0)1803 866965 or...

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We really enjoyed this tour – every location was thoroughly enjoyable for different reasons. [WILDLIFE HIGHLIGHTS] River otters at Karanambu (wild and tame); macaws from the top of Turtle Mountain at Iwokrama (nice to look down on them for a change!); St Giles Island, Tobago – literally thousands of birds, frigate, boobies, tropic etc; cock-of-the-rock and golden frog at Kaieteur Falls. We have now taken 5 trips with Reef & Rainforest – all great!

Ms H P - Kent