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Pikaia Lodge

94 Editor Rating
Scale of 90-100

Luxurious, sculpture-filled resort on the island of Santa Cruz, set on a hilltop amid 75 acres that have been replanted with some 9,000 native trees. Twelve rooms with either patios or balconies, plus two larger suites, one of which has a private plunge pool. Opt for a slightly more expensive Balcony Room, which has higher ceilings and unobstructed views toward the distant coast through floor-to-ceiling windows. All suites have a simple but plush décor with dark bamboo floors, large Peruvian travertine-clad baths, walk-in closets and comfortable living rooms. Airy lobby-lounge, satisfying (if inconsistent) cuisine in Evolution Restaurant, wide infinity pool, small Sumaq Spa. Unforgettable excursions with Pikaia’s yacht to nearby islands (private charters can be arranged), as well as land-based tours on Santa Cruz. 

Pikaia Lodge Features:

  • Bar
  • Beach
  • Biking
  • Birding
  • Children welcome
  • Hiking
  • Meal plan offered
  • Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Room service
  • SCUBA
  • Spa
94 Editor Rating
Scale of 90-100

Luxurious, sculpture-filled resort on the island of Santa Cruz, set on a hilltop amid 75 acres that have been replanted with some 9,000 native trees. Twelve rooms with either patios or balconies, plus two larger suites, one of which has a private plunge pool. Opt for a slightly more expensive ...

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Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):

Balcony Room for two, $3,000 (all meals, airport transfers and excursions included).

Standard Inclusions:

All meals and non-alcoholic beverages; Fruit plate on arrival; Welcome amenities; Pikaia Lodge backpack and water bottle; Access to VIP lounge at Seymour Airport; Scheduled guided excursions aboard Pikaia I and Pikaia II; Use of sports equipment; Round-trip airport transfers

Contact Pikaia Lodge :

To learn more visit their or call +(593) 4-371-1670. Contact Andrew Harper Travel to book this hotel as part of your next vacation.


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