Echoland is a bit of an odd set-up, wedged into the back corner of a clustered development that was obviously paddy a year or so ago.
The three-storey venture has fan rooms on the ground floor, air-con a floor up and a restaurant up top. The rooms, even the deluxe ones, are very compact affairs and the windowless room we were shown first wasn't too much to get excited about. The hotel surrounds on three sides a long thin swimming pool, but it all just felt a bit too cramped in for our taste. There's also a dorm on-site (which we were not shown) but given the size of the other rooms, we'd imagine it would also be pretty compact. The one part of the place that isn't compact is the top floor restaurant which enjoys airy views of the surrounds. If you can stump the extra money, Ecosfera down the road is better value.
Last updated on 17th September, 2013.
Type of room, low and high season prices
Room: Dorm air-con, low season: US$18, high season US$18. Notes: euro
Room: Standard double room, low season: US$47, high season US$47. Notes: euros fan cooled, add EU8 for air-con
Room: Deluxe double room, low season: US$52, high season US$59. Notes: euros fan cooled, add EU7 for air-con