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Reviewed 15 June 2015

The Santa Ana Port (Puerto Santa Ana) is a nice place to take a peaceful walk during the late afternoon Monday thru Thursday. I was staying the Ramada Inn right across from the Malecon 2000. You could see the Santa Ana Hill from the street...More

Thank Easylivingtravel
Reviewed 17 October 2014 via mobile

My family and I came here after going to the Artesenal market for the second time (as its at the base of Las Peñas.) It was kind of boring with not much to see. Walk along the boardwalk, there are some plants and park benches....More

Thank Jsc6
Reviewed 6 August 2014

Just a neighourhood along the river after Las Peñas. Visibly swanky but except the three small museums located there, there is not much to see and do. Unless you are interested in buying a condo.

Thank centroja
Reviewed 13 May 2014

WE enjoyed a short walking tour of Santa Ana Port, and really enjoyed learning about the area. The upscale housing along the water was beautiful!

1  Thank Colette J
Reviewed 12 May 2013

The concept when created was great. It was supposed to be an area with several high class apartment buildings and markets on a riverfront walk. Unfortunately they constructed it and not too many people bought the apartments and many of the shops where never rented...More

1  Thank Labne
Reviewed 18 November 2012

Tucked in along side San Penas at the top end of the Malecon. Well worth a bit of a stroll, quiet and peaceful; seemed safe enough. Parts still seem to be under construction. Good views of the river.

1  Thank mijbiledal
Reviewed 20 August 2012

After visitng Malecon 2000 and passing by the "Las Peñas" area a new Guayaquil is under development... with great views to the Guayas River this place that offer a great boulevard to walk gives you an idea of the City's new vision...

2  Thank Rodrigo S
Reviewed 20 August 2012

This place is great if you just want to chill, bring a book, but there is in here, I guess you can just walk to the Malecon from here (free parking), and you can go from here to Las Peñas if you so desired. Place...More

4  Thank noreservationec
Reviewed 21 April 2012

It is not finish yet, it looks like no one goes there, beautiful building for the future.

2  Thank Veterinaria U
Reviewed 21 February 2012

We heard so much about Malecon, but we never heard about the Futuristic side of Malecon, at least that's how we called the Santa Ana Port, so many beautiful buildings, and looks like keep on going on and on, we saw the new area that's...More

2  Thank BomJournaliste
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