Ecuador Accommodation,
Galapagos Islands

Isamar Hotel


The Isamar Hotel is situated as close to the beach as you can get, in the charming village of Puerto Villamil, the primary population hub of Isla Isabela. The small port village is home to the vast majority of Isabela’s 2,200 resident galapagueños.

This small hotel has plenty of character and a delightfully laidback feel. It is conveniently situated only a five minute walk from the main port and jetty, and likewise to the shops, cafes and restaurants of the village centre. There are relaxing communal lounge and balcony areas, with unobscured Pacific Ocean views and a restaurant and bar on site.

Rooms come as either a double, twin or superior triple room, all with a range of amenities and facilities, including air conditioning and private bathrooms.


Restaurant (breakfast included with every stay, as well as select drinks all day), bar, complimentary Wi-Fi, room service, communal balcony, deck with seated lounge areas, lounge area, private entrance onto beach.

Rooms have private bathrooms with hot and cold water, safety deposit box, high-definition TV, hair dryer.

Local Wildlife

Galapagos sea lions, giant tortoises, Darwin's finches, Galapagos doves, blue-footed boobies, pelicans, whitetip reef sharks, flamingos, iguanas

John Melton

Area Specialist

If you have any questions regarding our Ecuador tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965

Here is the report on the trip I have just finished, visiting Ecuador and the Galapagos… The [AMAZON RAINFOREST LODGE] is delightful. The rooms are very comfortable with a view over the lagoon spectacular and we woke to the sound of howler monkeys every morning…We spent a couple of nights at [THE CLOUD FOREST LODGE], an extraordinary place with the most amazing accommodation… The atmosphere was terrific and the staff wonderful, food excellent, the ambiance was great.

The [GALAPAGOS CRUISE] was without doubt the highlight of the tour and it is difficult to describe how much pleasure we all got from this leg of the trip. We were accompanied again by an English speaking guide, Franklin Ramirez who was extremely knowledgeable and very good company. We saw a host of wildlife including Sei whales, dolphins, manta rays, hammer-head sharks and all the birds and reptiles one expects to see on these islands. However the impact of seeing them close and seeing such a diversity of habitat on the different islands is simply unbelievable…The crew were excellent, the chef performed wonders in a small galley kitchen and we were all extremely happy with this accommodation.

Mr Q B - Jersey